SPORTS: Storm postpones North Olympic World Series game

LAMAR, Colo. — Lightning and thunderstorm 1, North Olympic 0. The Colorado weather seems to keep beating the North Olympic 16U softball team at the… Continue reading

SPORTS: North Olympic 16U World Series team hanging on by thread after losing first game [**Gallery from Colorado**]

LAMAR, Colo. — North Olympic's 16U softball team can't afford to lose any more games at the Babe Ruth World Series after falling to powerhouse… Continue reading

SPORTS: Registration deadline coming up fast for Olympic Peninsula Senior Games

PORT ANGELES — It’s one of the most popular events on the North Olympic Peninsula and the deadline to register is approaching fast. The Olympic… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Area connection in LPGA tournament near Portland

GLORY’S LAST SHOT comes this weekend during the 93rd PGA Championship at Atlanta Athletic Club. The event offers that one final chance for players to… Continue reading

SPORTS: North Olympic 16U softball team starts championship tournament action today in Babe Ruth World Series

LAMAR, Colo. — The North Olympic 16U softball team opens Babe Ruth World Series championship bracket play today at 2:30 p.m. PDT. The game against… Continue reading

SPORTS: North Olympic girls wilt under 97-degree heat … but advance to World Series anyway

LAMAR, Colo. — Heat 1, North Olympic 0. One bad inning, partly because of heat exhaustion, doomed North Olympic at the 16U Babe Ruth softball… Continue reading

SPORTS UPDATE: North Olympic team loses, but still goes to World Series

LAMAR, Colo. — Wausau, Wis., scored six runs in the top of the sixth to come from behind and beat North Olympic 8-4 in 16U… Continue reading

SPORTS: North Olympic stars alive in 16U Babe Ruth Softball World Series, play today

LAMAR, Colo. — The North Olympic all-star bats caught fire at just the moment in the first day of the 16U Babe Ruth Softball World… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: King salmon still the monarch of Peninsula waters, but pinks supreme

THE KINGS MAY be the thing in the saltwater salmon fishery, but it’s still awfully pink on the North Olympic Peninsula. All across the western… Continue reading

Thinking about snow in August? Why not! Fundraising party to keep Hurricane Ridge Road open all winter Saturday.

PORT ANGELES — Barrett Christy is a pro snowboarder who participated in the 1998 Winter Olympics and has more X Games medals than any other… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: Rising high in the mountains

EVERY HIKE DESERVES its reward. When I was a wee boy growing up in Arizona, that was usually a handful of Chips Ahoy cookies. Now… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: SkyRidge features new hold designs

I BRIEFLY TOUCHED on the addition of a whole new set of tee boxes to Sequim’s SkyRidge Golf Course in last week’s column but I’d… Continue reading

SPORTS: Crescent hires Scott to coach girls basketball team

JOYCE — Brian Scott beat cancer. Now he’ll try to get the Crescent girls basketball team to beat a few North Olympic League opponents. Scott… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles jumps into softball World Series fire

PORT ANGELES — The North Olympic 16U Babe Ruth all-star team is no stranger to the World Series. The Port Angeles-based team will play in… Continue reading

SPORTS: Dry Hill set for final downhill bike races this weekend

PORT ANGELES — The Dry Hill downhill bike racing course might actually live up to its name during the season’s final action this weekend. Dry… Continue reading

SPORTS: Huskies gather for OMC fundraiser at 7 Cedars Casino

BLYN — Husky fever swept 7 Cedars Casino on Thursday night. A pep band played “Bow Down to Washington,” cheerleaders danced and University of Washington… Continue reading

SPORTS: Washington Husky football legends tee off in Sonny Sixkiller Golf Classic

SEQUIM — Steve Emtman strolled up to the tee, kicked off his sandals and belted a drive down first fairway like he crushed opposing quarterbacks… Continue reading

Jackson will be Seahawks’ starting QB, Carroll declares

Peninsula Daily News sports sources RENTON — Tarvaris Jackson, picked up from Minnesota just last week and unable by NFL rules to practice with his… Continue reading

  • Jul 30, 2011
  • Peninsula Daily News sports sources

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Pinks crashing king salmon’s party

DISASTER IS IMMINENT, my dear Peninsulites. Either we raise the Peninsula pink salmon limit right now, or we threaten the very fabric of this summer’s… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: Smelt season on Peninsula beaches

KEEP AN EYE on North Olympic Peninsula beaches. With the calendar days away from turning over into August, we’re getting awfully close to what is… Continue reading