MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Area Christmas bird count starts Monday in Sequim

THE ANNALS OF science are calling. It is up to you, my dear Peninsulites, to answer the hoot. One can give future generations an invaluable… Continue reading

SPORTS: Chimacum boys basketball snaps 26-game losing streak; other prep reports

CHIMACUM -- The monkey is off the Chimacum boys basketball back. The Cowboys (1-4) won for the first time in 27 games by beating Jefferson… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S PREP NOTEBOOK: Reclassification should help Port Angeles, Quilcene high schools

PERHAPS THERE IS one silver lining to declining enrollments. A pair of schools that have been competing above their heads for a long time --… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: SkyRidge tourney a fundraiser for high school business club

PORT ANGELES HIGH School's DECA business and marketing club will host its first four-person team DECA Scramble fundraiser at Sequim's SkyRidge Golf Course on Saturday,… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles boys basketball smashes Olympic; other prep reports

PORT ANGELES -- Steve Rogers sparked a balanced scoring attack with 13 points as the Port Angeles boys basketball team won its second game of… Continue reading

PENINSULA POLL BACKGROUNDER: Holmgren would like to talk return to Seahawks

By Gregg Bell AP Sports Writer SEATTLE -- Mike Holmgren wants to talk to the Seahawks about coming back. Seattle's former coach and one-time general… Continue reading

  • Dec 8, 2009
  • By Gregg Bell AP Sports Writer

SPORTS: Clallam Bay, Port Townsend girls basketball lose games

CLALLAM BAY -- Taholah rallied in the second half to hand the Clallam Bay girls basketball team its first loss of the season Saturday night.… Continue reading

SPORTS: Forks wins both parts of doubleheader with Chimacum

CHIMACUM -- It wasn't hard to tell it was the first week of the season during the Forks-Chimacum basketball doubleheader Friday night. Between all of… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles top Peninsula team at Forks wrestling tourney

FORKS -- Port Angeles captured second with three individual champions at the Forks Invitational wrestling tournament Saturday, finishing as the top North Olympic Peninsula team… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: A film that’s ‘real and now’

OLD TIMERS TELL stories of so many salmon in North Olympic Peninsula rivers that "you could walk across the backs of them." They say how… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: SunLand to host second Peninsula Cup in May

WHAT BETTER TIME than these wet and windy fall days to begin planning and preparation for this spring's 2010 Peninsula Cup golf tournament? The second… Continue reading

SPORTS: Wrestlers square off at Port Angeles High School; other prep reports

PORT ANGELES -- Three of the four wrestling teams on the North Olympic Peninsula wrestled in a non-counting tournament Tuesday night at Port Angeles High… Continue reading

SPORTS: Chimacum beats Sequim 41-39 in girls basketball

CHIMACUM -- Class 1A Chimacum High School opened the girls basketball season with a close victory over 2A Sequim on Monday night. Freshman post Krysta… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College men’s basketball now 2-2 after Red Devil Classic games

LONGVIEW -- The Peninsula College men's basketball team fell to a record of 2-2 by losing to the Spokane Sasquatch 85-76 on Sunday at the… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay’s football team falls one game short of state title contest

TACOMA -- The Neah Bay football team's bid for a Class 1B state championship game berth came up one win short Friday night. The Red… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay eliminated in playoffs, 64-36

TACOMA — The Neah Bay football team’s bid for a Class 1B state championship game berth came up one win short Friday night. The Red… Continue reading

SPORTS: Lynden, stormy weather combine to beat Sequim Wolves in state football quarterfinals

SILVERDALE -- The Sequim Wolves had to deal with two opponents in their Class 2A state quarterfinal football game: the Lynden Lions and the elements.… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay advances to state semifinals with 20-14 win over Lake Quinault

SILVERDALE -- The Red Devils are right on schedule. Neah Bay survived four turnovers and a whole lot of penalties to squeak past Lake Quinault… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College men’s basketball team opens season with a victory

By Brent Sorenson Peninsula Daily News PORT ANGELES -- The Peninsula College men's basketball team tipped off the new season with an impressive 87-72 victory… Continue reading

  • Nov 22, 2009
  • By Brent Sorenson Peninsula Daily News

Neah Bay advances in playoffs, 20-14

SILVERDALE -- Neah Bay survived four turnovers and a whole lot of penalties to squeak past Lake Quinault 20-14 in Saturday's Class 1B state quarterfinals… Continue reading