SPORTS: Port Angeles beats W.F. West by 10 points in boys basketball action

CHEHALIS — The Port Angeles boys basketball team opened the season with a solid 54-44 victory over W.F. West on Wednesday night. Easton Napiontek led… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles girls basketball loses opening game while Chimacum teams split

LAKE STEVENS — The youthful Port Angeles girls basketball team didn’t bother with the frying pan. The Roughriders jumped right into the fire. Class 4A… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim boys basketball team beats 3A Bainbridge 56-52

SEQUIM — The Class 2A Sequim boys basketball team knocked off the 3A Bainbridge Spartans for the second year in a row Wednesday night, riding… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Holiday events set for area courses

TRIMMING THE CHRISTMAS tree awaits me this weekend but more than 150 pro golfers can get the best early present around: a place on the… Continue reading

SPORTS: Chimacum boys and girls basketball teams open season by splitting with Klahowya

The Chimacum boys and girls basketball teams of the Nisqually League split with Olympic League’s Klahowya to open the season Tuesday night. The Chimacum boys… Continue reading

SPORTS: Class 4A Lake Stevens beats 2A Port Angeles in girls basketball

LAKE STEVENS — The youthful Port Angeles girls basketball team didn’t bother with the frying pan. The Roughriders jumped right into the fire. Class 4A… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay seeking elusive Class 1B state football championship

TACOMA — Neah Bay has never won a state championship in football. The Red Devils (11-2) have a good opportunity to get over that last… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay football team eyeing Class 1B championship

By Steven Smith for Peninsula Daily News MOSES LAKE — Neah Bay’s football team entered its state Class 1B semifinal game with two main objectives… Continue reading

  • Nov 28, 2011
  • By Steven Smith For Peninsula Daily News

SPORTS: Port Townsend runner Grant, always on the move, receives cross country MVP honors

PORT TOWNSEND — Brittany Grant has a lot of interests. The Port Townsend junior sails, mountain bikes, snowboards and, of course, runs. The one thing… Continue reading

UPDATED PENINSULA POLL BACKGROUNDER: Decision on Washington State football coach within 24 hours, athletic director says; Neuheisel fired at UCLA

Peninsula Daily News sports sources SPOKANE — Washington State coach Paul Wulff may be out after the Washington Huskies destroyed the Cougars in the Apple… Continue reading

  • Nov 28, 2011
  • Peninsula Daily News sports sources

SPORTS: Football MVP: Keenen Walker of Port Angeles walking his own path

PORT ANGELES — Keenen Walker began his Port Angeles football career as “Stefan Walker’s little brother.” That’s what happens when you share the same last… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay headed to Class 1B football state championship game

MOSES LAKE — Neah Bay is headed to the Class 1B state championship. The Red Devils knocked off Odessa-Harrington 74-34 in a mercy-rule victory that… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College men’s basketball team wins second straight game to start season

C’OEUR D’ALENE — The Peninsula College men’s basketball team was still perfect two games into the season. The Pirates (2-0 overall) opened the North Idaho… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: Steelhead season off to slow start

GET THOSE BAG-holding hands ready. Start practicing those half-hearted nods, weak smiles and parallel-parking skills. Thanks to all the rain that fell on the North… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: Thankful for . . .

IF I HAVE one vice, it’s my full-fledged fixation with fantasy football. As my special ladyfriend can attest — albeit, unenthusiastically — it is an… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Apple Cup Tournament set for Peninsula Golf Club

APPLE CUP WEEKS haven’t ended well in my time as a Cougar fan. My fandom turned in 2000 when I started attending the finest university… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay tries to get grounded and not let down for state semifinal game

NEAH BAY — Don’t let down. That’s the message coach Tony McCaulley is giving his Neah Bay football team this week as the Red Devils… Continue reading

SPORTS: Dream season for Peninsula College women’s soccer team

TUKWILA — Kanyon Anderson was kicking himself after the match. His Peninsula College women tested top-ranked Walla Walla as much as any other soccer team… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College men’s soccer team just misses out on history

TUKWILA — The Peninsula College men’s soccer team saw its shot at history slip away Saturday night. Fourth-ranked Chemeketa dealt the Pirates their first loss… Continue reading

SPORTS: Walla Walla ends Peninsula College’s dream of a women’s soccer NWAACC championship

TUKWILA — The Peninsula College women’s soccer team finally ran into an offense it couldn’t contain. Top-ranked Walla Walla cut short the Pirates’ bid for… Continue reading