Sports: Chimacum boys advance in state playoffs; Forks boys, Chimacum girls lose

YAKIMA -- Sophomore Steven Gray came within one point of a state single-game scoring record as he sparked the Chimacum Cowboys to a huge upset… Continue reading

Sports: Forks, 2 Chimacum teams advance to state tournament

UNIVERSITY PLACE -- The Chimacum girls basketball team picked up third place in the Class 2A West Central District Tournament on Saturday and a berth… Continue reading

Sports: Sequim girls win postseason game

PUYALLUP -- The Sequim High School girls basketball team remained alive in postseason play after defeating Hazen 66-53 in Class 3A West Central District play… Continue reading

Sports: Revered swimming coach to be inducted into hall of fame

PORT ANGELES -- Like father, like son. Don Fairbairn will receive an honor Saturday morning that few sons can claim. The 73-year-old former longtime Port… Continue reading

Sports: Sequim boys, girls both enter postseason play at home tonight

By Joshua Washburn SEQUIM -- For most schools, getting one of your varsity teams to the postseason is a job well done, but for the… Continue reading

  • Feb 17, 2005
  • JOSHUA WASHBURN

Sports: Forks girls qualify for playoffs

FORKS -- The Forks High School girls basketball team solidified third place in the Southwest Washington League and picked up a pass to the postseason… Continue reading

Sports: Port Angeles girls lose game at last second

PORT ANGELES -- South Kitsap's Megan Gilbert sank a running jump shot with two seconds to play and time ran out on the Port Angeles… Continue reading

Sports: Forks wins easily in game with Tenino

FORKS -- Great defense and a second half blowout led Forks to an easy 65-34 Southwest Washington League boys basketball victory over Tenino on Tuesday.… Continue reading

Sports: Quilcene girls romp over Puget Sound Adventist

QUILCENE -- Erin Burlingame sank 18 points and Blair Bloomfield was right behind with 16 to spark the Quilcene Rangers to an easy 54-31 romp… Continue reading

Sports: Port Angeles swimmers show well at season opener

By Joshua Washburn POULSBO -- The Port Angeles High School boys swimming team tacked up 13 district qualifying times in its season-opening meet Thursday, defeating… Continue reading

  • Dec 3, 2004
  • JOSHUA WASHBURN

Sports: Peninsula College women capture third in tourney

OREGON CITY, Ore. -- The Peninsula College women's basketball team captured third place at the Clackamas Community College Tournament on Sunday. The Pirates, 2-1 on… Continue reading

Sports: Clallam Bay loses playoff football game, but there’s always basketball

CLALLAM BAY -- There is good news and bad news about the Clallam Bay loss to LaCrosse-Washtucna in the state Class B-8 football semifinals Saturday… Continue reading

Sports: Clallam Bay High in state football semis on Saturday

CLALLAM BAY -- The Clallam Bay High School football team takes on Lacrosse-Washtucna at 1 p.m. Saturday in the semifinals of the Class B-8 state… Continue reading

Sports: Port Townsend girls look toward another championship season

PORT TOWNSEND -- The Port Townsend High School girls basketball team looks to make a fourth straight trip to the Class 2A state tournament as… Continue reading

Sports: Peninsula College loses season opener

TWIN FALLS, Idaho -- Sophomore Brandon Lord led five Peninsula College players in double-digit scoring on Thursday night but late mistakes cost the Pirates in… Continue reading

Sports: Sequim alumni tourney set later this month

SEQUIM -- The sixth annual Sequim High School boys basketball alumni tournament is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 27. Teams that want to register must do… Continue reading

Sports: Port Townsend’s championship dream dashed by Archbishop Murphy

SILVERDALE -- Port Townsend ran into the state's longest football winning streak on Saturday night at Silverdale Stadium and added to the count. Craig Duncan… Continue reading

Sports: Cross country stars from Peninsula high schools to compete at state

Runners from four North Olympic Peninsula high school cross country teams will be competing in the state meets this Saturday at Sun Willows Golf Course… Continue reading

Sports: Forks volleyball team inches closer to state tourney

WOODLAND -- The Forks Spartans volleyball team moved one step closer to state after taking one of two matches in Class 2A Southwest Washington District… Continue reading

Sports: Wolves end season on unhappy note

SEQUIM -- The Sequim Wolves ended their girls soccer season with a 2-1 loss to Klahowya in Nisqually League play on Tuesday. "I"m not happy,"… Continue reading