SPORTS: Recalling Port Angeles High’s fabled 2000 soccer team

PORT ANGELES -- It might be the greatest anomaly in Port Angeles High School sports history: A boys soccer team that couldn't lose. That's exactly… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Hunting season is right around the corner

BETTER GET THOSE broadheads sharpened. Early archery hunting season is but a few days away on the North Olympic Peninsula. Bow hunters get first crack… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Quilcene offers antler display; hunting season right around corner

EVERY SET OF horns has its own circumstances. That's what makes the Quilcene Antler Show such a special event for organizer Mari Phillips. "It's just… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: U.S. Amateur is still a pretty big deal

AT ONE TIME hoisting the Theodore Havemeyer trophy as the year's top U.S. Amateur was the pinnacle of the American golfing experience. The amateur, being… Continue reading

Longtime Forks fishing and hunting guide back in business following severe injury

FORKS -- The outdoors defined Stephen Gordon Gracey. The wooded areas and rivers of the North Olympic Peninsula and Alaska were his life. As a… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Schools of tuna gathering off coast

FORGET ABOUT THE dolphin-free stuff. The North Olympic Peninsula coastline has a few tuna of its own. Schools of albacore tuna are currently swimming some… Continue reading

SPORTS: A new era in prep football in 2010 with four new coaches and different leagues

Prep football season promises to have a different feel on the North Olympic Peninsula this fall. With four new head coaches, seven of nine schools… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: I could be world’s worst tennis player

GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP DEMEANS us all sometimes. These are the moments that lay bare for all to see an undeniably ugly truth: somebody here can't cut… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Count them: 967 bunkers at Whistling Straits

STOP ME IF you've heard this one: an American, an Irishman, a South African and a German walk into a bar . . . And… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College men’s and women’s soccer teams in intense battles for positions

PORT ANGELES -- The template for a successful community college soccer program is no secret to Kanyon Anderson. The right-hand man of Peninsula College men's… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: King fishing a little spotty right now

ANYONE LOOKING FOR a silver bullet better stick with the golden rice beer. Because the North Olympic Peninsula summer king salmon fishery certainly hasn't produced… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Ski lifts not part of road changes

THINGS MIGHT CHANGE for Hurricane Ridge Road this winter. Just don't expect that to affect Hurricane Ridge Winter Sports Club operations that much. Even if… Continue reading

SPORTS: Fall sports set to start at Port Angeles High School

PORT ANGELES -- Port Angeles High School officials are encouraging students to prepare now for participation in fall sports. Activity participation documents are available online… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN ON GOLF: Top courses share bonds

BEAR WITH ME. I "see" a lot of similarities between Whistling Straits, the site of the final major of the 2010 season -- this week's… Continue reading

SPORTS: North Olympic out of Babe Ruth World Series in Va.

VARINA, Va. -- The North Olympic 16U softball team didn't get the breaks it needed Sunday. Thus, the compilation of all-stars will spend the rest… Continue reading

Update: Seattle Mariners fire manager Wakamatsu, pitching and bench coaches

Peninsula Daily News and KOMO SEATTLE -- The Seattle Mariners, mired in a terrible season, have cleaned house among the managerial ranks. Manager Don Wakamatsu… Continue reading

  • Aug 9, 2010
  • Peninsula Daily News and KOMO

SPORTS: Port Angeles barely hanging on at softball World Series

VARINA, Va. -- The North Olympic 16U softball team is hanging on by a thread at the Babe Ruth World Series tournament. The Port Angeles… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Sweet life of Senior Open for Port Angeles native

JERRY JOHNSON SAVORED the sweet life at last week's 2010 U.S. Senior Open and after some reflection decided he wants some more. The Port Angeles… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles softball team bound for Babe Ruth World Series

PORT ANGELES -- After all its hard work of fundraising and practicing almost every day, the North Olympic 16U Babe Ruth softball team is on… Continue reading

SPORTS: Hardy group up early for first Hurricane cycling event

PORT ANGELES -- A hardy group was up at Hurricane Ridge early Sunday morning. The first-ever Ride the Hurricane cycling event took place in ideal… Continue reading