SPORTS: Five stay alive for Port Angeles in boys, girls tennis; other prep reports

TACOMA — Five Port Angeles boys and girls tennis players are still fighting for state berths after three rounds of Class 2A West Central District… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles, Sequim boys soccer teams lose heartbreaking district games; other prep reports

TUKWILA — The Port Angeles boys soccer team’s season ended on a controversial call in the 85th minute of overtime in Saturday’s Class 2A bi-district… Continue reading

SPORTS: Eagles semipro football team loses first game of year

PORT ANGELES — The Olympic Peninsula Eagles were missing a few players, and that was enough to suffer their first loss of the year Saturday… Continue reading

SPORTS: Meridian outlasts top-ranked Chimacum in baseball; other playoff results

MOUNT VERNON — Chimacum finally met a Class 1A baseball team it couldn’t beat. Senior-dominated Meridian of Bellingham, which has been a top-five 1A school… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles boys, Sequim’s Catelli dominate sub-district track and field meet; other track reports

PORT ANGELES — At a time when most track and field athletes are taking events off the table, Cameron Braithwaite keeps chugging right along. The… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles pair wins individual honors at Duke Streeter golf tournament

PORT ANGELES — Shelton may have repeated as overall team champions at the 17th annual Duke Streeter Invitational boys golf tournament Friday afternoon, but Jordan… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim softball still perfect after winning sub-district tournament; other playoff reports

ENUMCLAW — So far so good for Sequim’s powerhouse softball team. The Wolves are still perfect on the year through preseason, regular season and now… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles baseball team upsets Interlake to qualify for state; Chimacum baseball team’s tri-district game moved to today

BREMERTON — The Port Angeles baseball team's season was hanging by a thread just a few weeks ago. Now, after the Roughriders' 7-4 upset of… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Halibut are hit and miss during first week of season

WHENEVER WORD OF a monster flatty caught in the eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca leaks out, more often than not, the location is said… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Matt Schubert’s five best bets to do this weekend

■ Flatty fever — Take your pick on your favorite halibut hole. With the majority of the Peninsula’s saltwater opening to flatty fishing at some… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Clams and oysters waiting for the taking around North Olympic Peninsula

SOME MIGHT SAY I’m doing you a disservice. Spending an entire column writing about clams and oysters in the month of May? For those who… Continue reading

SPORTS: Chimacum baseball team advances to state for fifth time in six years; other playoff reports

CHIMACUM — Finally, the Chimacum baseball team may actually get some competition. “Oh, it’s coming whether we want it to or not,” Chimacum coach Jim… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim’s boys soccer team beats Eatonville in overtime to advance to district playoffs

PORT ANGELES — The Sequim boys soccer team kept coming up empty chance after chance. It took a golden opportunity for the Wolves (9-7-0 overall)… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Sport loses one of its best

ONLY FOUR GOLFERS have been great enough to be referenced simply by their first name: Arnie, Jack, Tiger and Seve. Seve Ballesteros, arguably the most… Continue reading

SPORTS: Class 1A Chimacum softball upsets 2A Kingston in tune-up for playoffs

CHIMACUM — Cydney Nelson pitched seven strong innings to lead the Chimacum softball team to a 2-1 victory over Class 2A Kingston on Tuesday. The… Continue reading

SPORTS: Crescent boys and girls dominate North Olympic League track championships

JOYCE — The month of May is all about survival in high school track and field. The first round of cuts came Tuesday afternoon at… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles beats rival Sequim 12-2 at bi-district baseball tournament

BREMERTON — The third time was the charm for the Port Angeles baseball team. The Roughriders blasted archrival Sequim 12-2 in the first round of… Continue reading

SPORTS: WIAA Hall of Fame beckons Chapman

Howard “Scooter” Chapman has an idea how his career will end. The 76-year-old broadcaster will be doing his morning show on KONP radio someday when,… Continue reading

SPORTS: Forks softball team splits league doubleheader with Tenino

FORKS — The Forks softball team is ending the season on a high note after splitting a doubleheader with Tenino on Monday. Tenino won the… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend boys soccer beats Charles Wright in loser-out playoff game, advances to tri-district action today; other playoff reports

TACOMA — Nick Silberman and Vojtech Krempek scored first-half goals to propel the Port Townsend boys soccer team to the tri-district playoffs Monday. The Olympic… Continue reading