SPORTS: Defending champion Peninsula College wins NWAACC Crossover Tournament

SALEM, Ore. — The Peninsula College men’s basketball team ran away from a pesky Columbia Basin squad in the second half to take home a… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles wrestling team hopes to repeat as ‘The Battle of the Axe’ champion Wednesday

PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles wrestling team is coming off its second third-place finish in a major tournament heading into its own popular seventh… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay boys and girls basketball sweeps Shoreline Christian; Clallam Bay boys lose a shootout with Taholah

SHORELINE — The Neah Bay girls basketball team is still looking for a team to challenge it after rolling over Shoreline Christian in nonleague action… Continue reading

SPORTS: Chimacum girls basketball beats Charles Wright from long distance; other girls basketball reports

TACOMA — The Chimacum girls basketball team rained eight 3-pointers down upon the Charles Wright Tarriers and withstood a 26-point night from Cydney Hughes to… Continue reading

SPORTS: Crescent boys basketball rides fourth-quarter heroics to win; other boys basketball reports

JOYCE — Travis Walker picked a good time to score his only basket. The Crescent sophomore scored his only two points of the game in… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay’s boys and girls basketball teams sweep Shoreline Christian on Saturday

SEATTLE — Neah Bay’s boys and girls basketball teams swept Shoreline Christian in nonleague action Saturday. The Red Devil girls ripped Shoreline 74-27 to remain… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay’s Josiah Greene named Class 1B football player of the year

NEAH BAY — The hardware continues to roll in for the Neah Bay football team. Two weeks after the Red Devils won their school’s first… Continue reading

SPORTS: Practice makes perfect as the Neah Bay girls basketball team eyes state title

NEAH BAY — Lisa Halttunen puts a premium on practice. Understandable. Given all the talent on the Neah Bay girls basketball team this winter, and… Continue reading

SPORTS: Preview capsules for Class 1B boys basketball

Quilcene ■ Head coach: Mark Thompson (third year) ■ Last year: 7-7 in 1B Sea-Tac, 10-9 overall; reached 1B tri-district. ■ Returning starters: Jake Pleines… Continue reading

SPORTS: Preview capsules for Class 1B girls basketball

Quilcene ■ Head coach: Tiffany Parks (first year). ■ Last year: 8-6 in 1B Sea-Tac, 13-10 overall; reached 1B tri-district. ■ Returning starters: None. ■… Continue reading

SPORTS: Taholah holds off Clallam Bay boys in a barn-burner Saturday

TAHOLAH — Taholah held off Clallam Bay in a boys basketball barn-burner in nonleague action Saturday. Taholah won 74-62 behind Jimmy Smith’s 28 points and… Continue reading

Neah Bay’s Josiah Greene named 1B player of year in state

NEAH BAY — The hardware continues to roll in for the Neah Bay football team. Two weeks after the Red Devils won their school's first… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Birds to get no privacy in Christmas count

HOOTERS WILL BE out in full force this week. From Hudson Point to Hooker Road, birders will take to the trails to tally our feathered… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles storms past Bremerton in boys basketball; other prep reports

PORT ANGELES — If Tebow time comes only late in the fourth quarter, then Roughrider time takes up the entire second half. For the third… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend to stay put in Olympic League

PORT TOWNSEND — The Port Townsend High School athletic department isn’t going anywhere. Port Townsend School District Superintendent Gene Laes announced to coaches his decision… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: One more time for Sol Duc steelhead program

THE SNIDER CREEK steelhead broodstock program may not be dead. If it were a spawning steelie, however, it would almost certainly be flopping around some… Continue reading

PA boys win, other prep basketball action

PORT ANGELES — For the third game in a row, the Port Angeles boys basketball team ran wild in the final two quarters, this time… Continue reading

Port Townsend staying in Olympic League

PORT TOWNSEND — The Port Townsend High School athletic department isn’t going anywhere. Port Townsend School District Superintendent Gene Laes announced to coaches his decision… Continue reading

SPORTS: Avalanche class starts Thursday and goes through Sunday in Port Angeles and on Hurricane Ridge

PORT ANGELES — Hurricane Ridge Winter Sports Club will host a Level II avalanche class starting tonight and going through Sunday. The course follows the… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Playing at the Toys for Tots tournament in Port Townsend

A GENTLE WARNING for Saturday morning for those in the vicinity of the Port Townsend Golf Club: I’ll be golfing in the club’s annual Toys… Continue reading