SPORTS: So long stall ball — shot clock added to high school basketball

The prayers of free-flowing basketball fans have been answered. I couldn't help but do a little jig when I heard the news, reported by TheSeattle… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Stormin’ onto the Peninsula’s lakes for fishing

THERE'S NO DUMBER movie goon than the imperial stormtrooper. You might remember them from "Star Wars." They're the helmeted armor-clad stooges hopelessly chasing around Obi-Wan… Continue reading

SPORTS: Teams facing longer road trips when Hood Canal Bridge out

PRECIPITATION MAY BE the biggest enemy of North Olympic Peninsula baseball and softball teams this spring. With a little less than two weeks left before… Continue reading

SPORTS: North Olympic Peninsula weekend track results — is your name here?

Crescent Logger Invitational Top eight finishers Saturday BOYS Team scores 1. Cedar Park Christian, 144; 2. King's West, 87.5; 3. Mt Rainier Lutheran, 71; 4.… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles dominates weekend track action

PORT ANGELES -- The Port Angeles girls track and field team could do no wrong this weekend. With a win in Friday afternoon's three-way home… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim High School senior Zbaraschuk zips through golf links

SEQUIM -- Sequim High School senior Zoei Zbaraschuk remains scorching hot in girls golf. Zbaraschuk scored even-par 35 on the back-nine at Cedars at Dungeness… Continue reading

SPORTS: Roughriders no-hit, lose 8-0 to Kingston

PORT ANGELES -- Kingston's Tyler Sullivan was nearly perfect against the Port Angeles baseball team Tuesday. The right-hander, who will be playing for the Washington… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles girls remain perfect in tennis

PORT ANGELES -- Port Angeles High School's girls tennis team remained perfect on the year after dominating Kingston in an Olympic League match Monday. The… Continue reading

Ichiro back in Mariners lineup Wednesday

By GREGG BELL AP Sports Writer SEATTLE — Ichiro says he’s playing on Wednesday. The Mariners’ All-Star and Gold Glove outfielder said today, upon rejoining… Continue reading

  • Apr 13, 2009

SPORTS: Sequim blows lead, loses to Kingston

KINGSTON -- Sequim missed out on a chance to knock Kingston out of sole possession of first place in the Olympic League baseball standings after… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Ahhh, spring — and the fish are biting

THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT spring on the North Olympic Peninsula. Each year it smacks me in the face like a wet rag . . . in… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim gets rare win against Port Angeles in baseball

SEQUIM -- In a game featuring 22 walks, the Sequim baseball team pieced together enough hits to hold off a late Port Angeles rally and… Continue reading

SPORTS; Port Angeles girls squeeze out tennis victory

PORT ANGELES -- The Port Angeles girls tennis team outlasted a balanced Bremerton squad in squeezing out a 4-3 victory in Olympic League action Monday.… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles’ Ridgway has elbow surgery; still hopes to get back to major leagues

ORLANDO, Fla. -- Jeff Ridgway isn't ready to throw away the rosin bag just yet. Released by the Atlanta Braves last week, the 1999 Port… Continue reading

Ichiro to miss start of Mariners season with bleeding ulcer

By TIM BOOTH AP Sports Writer SEATTLE — Mariners star Ichiro Suzuki is being treated for a bleeding ulcer and was placed on the 15-day… Continue reading

  • Apr 3, 2009

OUTDOORS: Wind puts damper on Peninsula fisheries

HOLD ONTO YOUR comb-overs. Blustery weather battered the North Olympic Peninsula this week. It's been the kind of stuff that could coax even the most… Continue reading

SPORTS: Forks preseason favorite in Peninsula boys soccer

"Twilight" may not be the only thing drawing a crowd in Forks this spring. The Forks Spartans boys soccer team might just prove to be… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles trounces Port Townsend in baseball, 11-1

PORT TOWNSEND -- Port Angeles erupted for six runs in the fifth inning to overrun Port Townsend 11-1 in an Olympic League baseball game Monday.… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles native Ridgway cut by Atlanta Braves

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- The Atlanta Braves gave former Port Angeles High School standout Jeff Ridgway the chop on Saturday. Atlanta released the 28-year-old… Continue reading

SPORTS: Quilcene softball team dominates North Olympic Peninsula again

There are now two spring traditions on the Quimper Peninsula. Rhododendrons bloom each April on Rhody Drive, and the Chimacum High School fastpitch softball team… Continue reading