SPORTS: Sequim and Port Angeles both go 0-2 at state volleyball

KENNEWICK -- Port Angeles and Sequim both went winless in the Class 2A volleyball state tournament Friday and Saturday at the Toyota Center. The two… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Fishing starts to slow down

HARD TO BLAME the salmon for feeling a little embarrassed. It's hard enough trying to find love in this mess of a world we call… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Matt Schubert’s five best bets to do this weekend

• Sol Duc salmon -- There are still plenty of fish swimming around the Duc. It's getting them to bite that's the challenge. • Hoodsport… Continue reading

SPORTS: Diver leads Port Angeles group advancing to Class 2A state swimming and diving finals

FEDERAL WAY -- Junior diver Allison Hodgin leads a group of Port Angeles High School athletes who will compete in the finals at the Class… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay plays Quilcene in Class 1B football playoffs

1B Preliminary Playoffs Quilcene (6-3) vs. Neah Bay (8-1) SILVERDALE -- The Red Devils (7-2) will look to clinch their third straight 1B state playoff… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay, Crescent lose first two matches at state volleyball tournament

YAKIMA -- Neah Bay and Crescent were both knocked out of the double-elimination Class 1B state volleyball tournament Thursday at the SunDome. The Red Devils… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles football team aims for first-ever state victory tonight

BELLEVUE -- The Port Angeles football team isn't about to take the Interlake Saints lightly in tonight's Class 2A first-round state playoff. Interlake may have… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles, Sequim open Class 2A state volleyball tournament today

KENNEWICK -- Port Angeles and Sequim are hoping to make some noise at the Class 2A state volleyball tournament that starts today. The Wolves and… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim reserves set to step up for injured starters in state football playoffs

POULSBO -- Same time, same place, almost completely different teams. Sure, a few key players, including both starting quarterbacks, return from last year's 34-32 classic… Continue reading

State mulls potential hunting, fishing license fee increase

THE STATE IS hurting for cash. Soon, the North Olympic Peninsula outdoor community could feel the pain as well. With a possible budget shortfall of… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S PREP NOTES: Port Angeles becoming a Class 2A powerhouse in sports

PORT ANGELES ATHLETICS finds itself in uncharted territory as the fall prep sports season hits the stretch run. The football and volleyball teams broke more… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Winter rates starting in area

THE ADVANCING ONSLAUGHT of wet and wind, synonymous with winter in the Pacific Northwest, is not far away. For me, fall pretty much wraps up… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles High School’s Jessica Madison ready for the next level of basketball

PORT ANGELES -- Jessica Madison, the latest superstar of the Port Angeles High School girls basketball program, will be signing a letter-of-intent to play for… Continue reading

SPORTS: Prep playoffs start in earnest this week

Prep state tournaments start in earnest this week with Port Angeles and Sequim both in Class 2A football and volleyball playoffs, and Neah Bay and… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College men’s and women’s soccer teams advance to playoffs

PORT ANGELES -- It was a first for Peninsula College as both the men's and women's soccer teams earned NWAACC home playoff berths Saturday. It… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim and Port Townsend send athletes to state girls swimming championships

RENTON -- Swimmers from the Sequim and Port Townsend girls swimming teams advanced to the state championships. Swimmers finished in seventh place or better at… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay beats Clallam Bay and Quilcene defeats Crescent in Class 1B football action

NEAH BAY -- The Neah Bay Red Devils (6-1, 7-2) finished their football season strong with a 68-20 win against Clallam Bay (1-6, 1-8) on… Continue reading

SPORTS: Nooksack Valley ends Chimacum’s football season with 21-7 win in playoffs

BELLINGHAM -- The Chimacum Cowboys ran out of tomorrows. After surviving four straight do-or-die games to get into the Class 1A preliminary playoffs, turnovers and… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles and Sequim volleyball teams advance to state; and other district prep reports

TACOMA -- The Port Angeles and Sequim volleyball teams both advanced to the Class 2A state championship. The Roughriders advance as the West Central District… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles football team stays alive with 28-21 playoff victory against Sumner

POULSBO -- Cinderella isn't done dancing yet. One year after submitting their first 0-10 season in school history, the Port Angeles Roughriders are state-bound for… Continue reading