SPORTS: Sequim slams Port Angeles 42-7

SEQUIM -- The Sequim-Port Angeles football rivalry is in danger of becoming one-sided. The Wolves dropped the Roughriders 42-7 before a packed house Friday night,… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles takes on Sequim in key football game

SEQUIM -- It seems the fortunes of two football programs can be traced back to one game five years ago. It was the second week… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Giant squid may have left area

SOMEBODY CALL CAPTAIN Nemo. We've got some giant squid to deal with in the eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca. Or do we? A massive… Continue reading

SPORTS: Preps roundup, Chimacum beats Forks in volleyball

FORKS -- The Chimacum volleyball team remained undefeated on the year by beating North Olympic Peninsula rival Forks 3-1 in nonleague action Thursday night. It… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Kalaloch Beach should open to clams this fall

KALALOCH MAY BE closed no longer. The North Olympic Peninsula's lone razor clam outpost has been a ghost town each of the last two years.… Continue reading

SPORTS: Dean of the Peninsula’s coaches

SEQUIM -- Jennie Webber-Heilman remembers Port Townsend's new volleyball coach well. . . as a player. Nettie Witheridge, after all, was one of the many… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College wins first league men’s soccer game

PORT ANGELES -- Back home after a long flight back from an early season trip to Ireland, the Peninsula College men's soccer team opened NWAACC… Continue reading

SPORTS: Preview capsules of area volleyball teams

Port Angeles (3A) • League: Olympic • Coach: Christine Halberg (second year) • Last year: 4-7 in league (sixth), 4-10 overall; Eliminated in 3A sub-district… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Area linksters head to nationals

IT ISN'T TOO often that North Olympic Peninsula golfers have the chance to cheer for four of their own in a Professional Golf Association (PGA)… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend football in playoff game tonight; Sequim volleyball just misses state

Port Townsend, Sequim, Neah Bay and Crescent are all still alive in the state football picture with the Redskins in a loser-out preliminary game tonight… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S PREP NOTEBOOK: The Eveready Bunny of clocks

THE CLOCK OPERATOR had it right. After the Sequim Wolves kicked off with a commanding 45-0 lead over the Forks Spartans in the third quarter,… Continue reading

SPORTS: North Olympic Peninsula prep football roundup

JOYCE -- Dylen Heaward scored five touchdowns as Crescent stomped the Mary M. Knight Owl 54-7 in Saturday's opening game. "It's a real good start… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim QB almost perfect in rout of Forks

SEQUIM -- Sequim quarterback Drew Rickerson was almost perfect on opening night. So too, were the rest of the Wolves (1-0 overall). Sequim debuted its… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S five things to do this weekend

• Tuna talk -- John Keizer and Paul Castillo of will speak at the Puget Sound Anglers-East Jefferson Chapter monthly meeting at the Marina… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Cold weather slowing down winter steelhead

IT GOT AWFULLY cold on the North Olympic Peninsula, in more ways than one. Blown-out rivers made for some forgetful fishing during Thanksgiving weekend, the… Continue reading

SPORTS: Prep football season starts tonight

Coaches tend to downplay the importance of the nonleague season in high school football. Yet it's hard to deny the sort of boost starting a… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT OUTDOORS: Crab season winding down

TIME TO COUNT your crabs. The summer recreational crab fishery comes to a close in Marine Areas 6 (eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca) and… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN ON GOLF: His secret is out

I DEBATED ABOUT whether I should let this not-so-secret secret slip so soon. It would have come out eventually, so here goes: I'm a pretty… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Five best bets for things to do this weekend

• Pink pleasure -- There aren't too many times when one is guaranteed a fish. Yet that appears to be the case in Sekiu right… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Hunters have been declining on North Olympic Peninsula

PERHAPS THERE WAS something to that Y2K bug after all. We just weren't looking in the right places. For it was the state's big-game hunting… Continue reading