SPORTS: Jessica Madison aims for all-time basketball scoring record at Port Angeles High School

PORT ANGELES -- Scoring must be in the Madison DNA. The family just has a knack for lighting up scoreboards for Port Angeles High School… Continue reading

SPORTS: Crescent, Quilcene girls basketball teams earn wins

JOYCE -- Kylie Mitts scorched the nets for 37 points to spark the Crescent girls basketball team to its second victory of the year Monday… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles sinks Sequim in boys swimming to stay perfect; other prep reports

PORT ANGELES -- The Port Angeles boys swimming team still is perfect after dunking archrival Sequim in an Olympic League meet Thursday. The Roughriders won… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College men halt losing streak; women fall

PORT ANGELES -- The Peninsula College men's basketball team rediscovered its winning ways Wednesday night -- barely. Peninsula, down by as many as 10 points… Continue reading

SPORTS: Forks wrestlers split double dual meet; other prep results

ROCHESTER -- The Forks wrestling team split its double dual meet on Wednesday night, beating Toledo/Winlock 47-35 and losing to Rochester 43-26. Tyler Cortani had… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: Of bad news and good news

THIS IS THE winter of Peninsulites' discontent. It was bad enough that the Discovery Bay Salmon Derby was canceled Christmas Eve. Now we're looking at… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN ON GOLF: Ludlow events coming up

SPORTS HAVE ALWAYS served as a mirror on society. Constitutional challenges to strike down Jim Crow laws were working their way to the Supreme Court… Continue reading

Seahawks reportedly pick Green Bay Packers exec as new general manager

By Gregg Bell AP Sports Writer SEATTLE — The Seattle Seahawks have chosen Green Bay Packers executive John Schneider as their new general manager, according… Continue reading

  • Jan 19, 2010

SPORTS: Edmonds shades Peninsula College men’s basketball team 71-67

EDMONDS -- Edmonds shaded the Peninsula College men's basketball team by four points Monday night. Edmonds held off the Pirates 71-67. Peninsula fell to 4-2… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S PREP NOTEBOOK: You’re only a high school senior once

ONE OF THE great tragedies in life: you only get one senior year. It's especially tragic when events unfold like what happened to Port Angeles'… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles girls stay undefeated vs. Klahowya

PORT ANGELES -- The Port Angeles girls basketball team had little trouble justifying its new state ranking Friday night. Putting together one of its more… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim can’t dig out, loses to Olympic 50-44; other prep results including Port Angeles’ win

SILVERDALE -- The Wolves kept putting themselves in a hole and suffered the consequences in Friday night's Olympic League tilt. Sequim rallied from 11- and… Continue reading

SPORTS: Chimacum boys can’t hold onto lead, lose; other prep results

SEATAC -- The Chimacum boys basketball team let a 10-point fourth quarter lead slip away Friday night, allowing the Seattle Christian Warriors to climb back… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College falls in double OT

BELLINGHAM -- The Peninsula College men's basketball team nearly kept its perfect division record intact Saturday night but fell in a double overtime heartbreaker to… Continue reading

SPORTS: Forks girls remain winless; other prep results

FORKS -- The Forks girls basketball team remained winless in the SWL-Evergreen Division after falling to Class 1A's tenth-ranked Toledo Indians 66-33 on Friday night.… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim resident, former Mariners general manager, to receive lifetime achievement award this weekend

SEQUIM -- Former Seattle Mariners general manager Hal Keller dedicated more than half his life to baseball. The Professional Baseball Scouts Foundation will honor the… Continue reading

SPORTS: Veteran North Mason handles youthful Sequim in wrestling; other prep reports

SEQUIM -- The veteran North Mason Bulldogs easily handled the youthful Sequim Wolves in an Olympic League wrestling match Thursday night. North Mason rolled out… Continue reading

SPORTS: Montesano beats youthful Forks wrestling team; other prep reports

FORKS -- A more experienced Montesano team beat youthful Forks 51-22 in a Southwest Washington League wrestling match Wednesday night. "Montesano is fairly solid, they… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College men’s basketball team stays perfect in division; women lose game

PORT ANGELES -- These Pirates age like fine wine. Peninsula College's older roster, led by 22-year-old guard Ryan Rutherford and forward Jason Gamblin, 24, continued… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S PREP NOTES: Money is affecting area tournaments

NOT TO BEAT a dead(beat) horse, but cash keeps coming into play in high school athletics. As I mentioned in a column at the beginning… Continue reading