SPORTS: Neah Bay varsity boys basketball team nips Port Angeles junior varsity in overtime

PORT ANGELES -- Drexler Doherty scorched the nets for 25 points to spark the Neah Bay varsity boys basketball team to a nonleague win over… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College men’s basketball team upsets sixth-ranked Bellevue

BELLEVUE -- The Peninsula College men's basketball team is undefeated when it counts. The Pirates scored their second straight victory to begin the NWAACC North… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles beats Sequim 46-36 in Olympic League wrestling

PORT ANGELES -- Port Angeles has one of the best 145-pound wrestlers in the state. In the Roughriders' Olympic League dual meet against archrival Sequim,… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College splits men’s and women’s basketball games with Olympic

PORT ANGELES -- Sequim graduate Ryan Rutherford broke the Peninsula College men's basketball single-game scoring record Saturday night. Rutherford scorched the nets with 41 points… Continue reading

OUTDOORS COLUMN: River fishing still going great guns

RIVER FISHING HAS been going great guns, but if heavy rains hit as expected starting today, it could blow out some area rivers this weekend.… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sonoma Valley, Calif., shades Port Angeles in boys basketball; more prep reports

PORT ANGELES -- Sonoma Valley, Calif., held off a strong Port Angeles High School late-game rally to win 53-45 the nonleague boys basketball game Wednesday… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: 2009 was a good year on links

GOLF CAPTURED THE nation's attention more so in 2009 than in any other year in my recent memory. Normally, this would be worthy of revelry… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles girls basketball rolls over Bainbridge; other prep reports

PORT ANGELES -- The Port Angeles girls basketball team rolled past a tough Bainbridge team Tuesday night in nonleague action. Leading 29-20 at halftime, the… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: Steelhead counts look promising for Christmas weekend

WHO CARES IF the fat man didn't leave a new band saw under the Christmas tree? The rivers are coming back in shape -- and… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Santa, I want artificial turf at Civic Field

A LECHEROUS MAN once said, "The heart wants what the heart wants." Well, Santa, my heart has almost always been set on the wide world… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Full slate of winter events at area courses; gift ideas

GOLF SLOWS DOWN a bit around the Christmas and New Year's holidays, and with good reasons. Family, friends and weather all "conspire" to keep us… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay varsity boys basketball team beats Forks JV; other prep reports

FORKS -- The Class 1B varsity Neah Bay Red Devils made quick work of defeating the 1A Forks JV squad 54-24 in boys basketball nonleague… Continue reading

SPORTS: Quilcene falls to bigger Klahowya 60-50

QUILCENE -- The Class 2B Quilcene Rangers boys basketball team came out flat but ended up giving 1A Klahowya a run for its money in… Continue reading

SPORTS: Holmgren to become Cleveland Browns president

By TOM WITHERS AP Sports Writer BEREA, Ohio — Serious. Credible. A leader. In Mike Holmgren, Cleveland Browns owner Randy Lerner hit the trifecta he… Continue reading

  • Dec 21, 2009

MATT SCHUBERT’S PREP NOTES: 2A classified good for Port Angeles athletics

NO MORE NEED for speculation. Port Angeles High School is headed down to Class 2A. And that's nothing but good for Roughrider athletics. Having moved… Continue reading

SPORTS: Other prep basketball results

By Brent Sorenson Peninsula Daily News TACOMA -- The Chimacum boys basketball team held strong down the stretch, defeating Charles Wright 70-63 in overtime Friday… Continue reading

  • Dec 20, 2009

SPORTS: Roughrider girls run roughshod over Sequim 73-25

SEQUIM -- Welcome to the machine. The Port Angeles girls basketball team continued its march to another Olympic League championship with a 73-25 dismantling of… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim heats up and beats Port Angeles, 45-31

SEQUIM -- It took three quarters for the Sequim boys basketball team's offense to show up. Once it did, the rival Port Angeles Roughriders --… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: A good weekend to go after steelhead in area’s rivers and streams.

OH, THE WEATHER outsideis wet. And the anglers are sure to fret. Because there isn't any place to go. The river's blown, the river's blown,… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Five best bets for things to do around the Peninsula this weekend

• Steelhead season -- Hatchery steelhead season is at its peak. There are clipped steelies swimming all over our happy little hamlet. Tie on a… Continue reading