MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Salmon seem to be shy in Port Townsend

THERE’S SOMETHING UNDERWHELMING about the creel checks that come out of Port Townsend. I could probably count on one hand the number of times during… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula Pirates start quest for two soccer titles

PORT ANGELES — The road to another NWAACC championship begins this Saturday for the Peninsula College soccer program. Except this fall, it could be two… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles, Crescent and Neah Bay head to state volleyball tournaments

Three area volleyball teams will try to make a statement at state tournaments starting today. The potent Port Angeles Roughriders will try to place at… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim Wolves open state play while Neah Bay Red Devils one win away from state

POULSBO — The Sequim Wolves are used to seeing great quarterback play. Wolves senior starter Frank Catelli and junior backup Jack Wiker have taken turns… Continue reading

SPORTS: Walker and Catelli named co-MVPs of Olympic League football

The Olympic League football coaches couldn’t decide between Port Angeles’ Keenen Walker or Sequim’s Frank Catelli. In the end, they didn’t have to. Walker and… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: Razor clam digs OK’d for weekend — but not Kalaloch

THE STATE GAVE the go-ahead for another round of razor clam digs at several ocean beaches this weekend. Conspicuously absent from that list, however, is… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Area courses offering winter rates

THE NEW SNOW dusting the tops of the Olympic Mountains triggered my annual fight-or-flight response to winter weather. Evidence of the inevitable, another La Nina… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Tiger Woods on TV; Hilltop Open in Port Townsend a success

KOALAS AND KANGAROOS won’t take center stage this weekend in favor of what may be a rejuvenated Tiger as the biennial Presidents Cup competition visits… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay pounds Lopez Island, now takes on Mary M. Knight on Saturday

MARYSVILLE — Neah Bay wasted little time on the second leg of its eight-man football playoff gauntlet Tuesday afternoon. The Red Devils scored 60 points… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay battles Lopez Island today in league football playoffs

MARYSVILLE — The Neah Bay football team leaves school at 7 a.m. today for what could be the middle of a grueling three-game marathon in… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College wins men’s and women’s soccer games and men’s basketball contest

BELLEVUE — The Peninsula College men’s and women’s soccer teams ended the regular season by sweeping Bellevue in NWAACC action Saturday. Now it’s on to… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim falls three points short of state 2A volleyball tournament

TACOMA — The Sequim volleyball team came within three points of a trip to the state tournament. The Wolves, who went to state in 2010… Continue reading

SPORTS: Crescent beats Quilcene to advance to 1B playoffs; other football reports

JOYCE — Crescent is going back to the playoffs after beating Quilcene 33-14 in Northwest Football League action Saturday afternoon. It was anyone’s game at… Continue reading

SPORTS: Exciting last-second touchdown pass pushes Sequim past Eatonville in 2A football playoffs

POULSBO — Tyler Forshaw caught a 26-yard pass from Jack Wiker with 11 seconds left to spark the Sequim Wolves into the state Class 2A… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles football falls game short of state playoffs

TACOMA — One team spent the entire fall relying on its power run game. The other was forced to invent one in the final few… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles volleyball team earns No. 2 seed to state championships; other prep reports

TACOMA — Port Angeles earned a No. 2 state seed after winning two of three matches at the West Central District Class 2A volleyball tournament… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend runners top area athletes at state cross country meet

PASCO — Five area runners finished in the top 50 at the 2011 state cross country championships Saturday at Sun Willows Golf Course. Port Townsend’s… Continue reading

SPORTS: Toledo nips Forks in Class 1A football game

TOLEDO — The Forks Spartans couldn’t win a game a year ago. On Friday night, they came within one half of reaching the Class 1A… Continue reading

Statewide prep football scores (including championship rounds)

Peninsula Daily News news services FRIDAY Life Christian Academy 30, Chimacum 28 Toledo 13, Forks 6 Almira/Coulee-Hartline 40, Wellpinit 0 Anacortes 35, South Whidbey 21… Continue reading

  • Nov 5, 2011
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MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Winter steelies starting to show

A LOT OF anglers like to wait until after Thanksgiving to start targeting winter steelhead. That doesn’t mean you have to. There are years when… Continue reading