BOYS SWIMMING: Roughriders dominate North Kitsap in dual

The Port Angeles swim team this weekend dominated North Kitsap 111-64 in its last home meet of the year, winning nine out… Continue reading

The Port Angeles-Sequim gymnastics team competed this weekend against Bainbridge and will compete at home Saturday against North Kitsap and Kingston. From left are Scarlett Sullivan, Shavari Epps, Susannah Sharp, Madison Ripley, Lucy Spelker, Faith Carr, Maddie Adams, Summer Hirst-Iowe and Ryah DeLeon. (Courtesy photo)

GYMNASTICS: Port Angeles/Sequim gymnasts hang tough with Bainbridge

The Port Angeles/Sequim gymnastics team competed against Bainbridge this weekend, with several area gymnasts placing in their events. Overall, the team competed well… Continue reading

The Port Angeles-Sequim gymnastics team competed this weekend against Bainbridge and will compete at home Saturday against North Kitsap and Kingston. From left are Scarlett Sullivan, Shavari Epps, Susannah Sharp, Madison Ripley, Lucy Spelker, Faith Carr, Maddie Adams, Summer Hirst-Iowe and Ryah DeLeon. (Courtesy photo)
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Peninsula's Javon Ervin makes the slam dunk over the head of Olympic's Christian Parrish on Saturday in Port Angeles.

COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL: Pirates tied for first after romp over Olympic

The Peninsula College men’s basketball team got monster games from Ese Onakpoma and Javon Ervin and shot nearly 60 percent from the… Continue reading

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Peninsula's Javon Ervin makes the slam dunk over the head of Olympic's Christian Parrish on Saturday in Port Angeles.
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Peninsula's Jelissa Julmist, right, looks for her chance at the goal as teammate Jenilee Donovan, center, fends off the Olympic defense, including Nohea Morrison, left, on Saturday at Peninsula College.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Peninsula women bury Olympic early

The Peninsula College women’s basketball team scored 30 points in the first quarter and went into the fourth with a commanding lead… Continue reading

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Peninsula's Jelissa Julmist, right, looks for her chance at the goal as teammate Jenilee Donovan, center, fends off the Olympic defense, including Nohea Morrison, left, on Saturday at Peninsula College.

SATURDAY’S BOYS PREPS (Updated): Forks gets back on the winning track

The Forks boys basketball team bounced back from a rough road loss earlier in the week, taking care of business Saturday against… Continue reading

East Jefferson Rivals.

SATURDAY’S GIRLS PREPS: Rivals stun Cascade Christian on the road

The East Jefferson girls basketball team had what coach Lorraine Rimson said was the “biggest win in the history of the program” with… Continue reading

East Jefferson Rivals.

WRESTLING: Forks boys second at River Ridge Classic

The Forks wrestling squad got four champions at the River Ridge Rumble this weekend, getting one of its best results of the season… Continue reading

BOYS PREP BASKETBALL: Sequim loses to red-hot Bremerton on the road

Neah Bay snaps Crescent’s 13-game winning streak

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Port Angeles' Paige Mason, front, steps into the lane past the defense of North Mason's Tanza Tupolo on Thursday at Port Angeles High School.
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Port Angeles' Paige Mason, front, steps into the lane past the defense of North Mason's Tanza Tupolo on Thursday at Port Angeles High School.
Port Angeles powerlifter Maggie Doyle set four U.S. Powerlifting Association age group records while winning her first powerlifting competition in Bremerton in December. She is shown with her coach, Ryan Fontana of the YMCA of Port Angeles.
Port Angeles powerlifter Maggie Doyle set four U.S. Powerlifting Association age group records while winning her first powerlifting competition in Bremerton in December. She is shown with her coach, Ryan Fontana of the YMCA of Port Angeles.
Peninsula’s Ese Onakpoma, left, eyes his opponent, Bellevue’s Mehki Alexander, during Wednesday’s game at Peninsula College. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Hot-shooting Peninsula wins second straight North Region game

Peninsula College received excellent production from its starting five to outshoot Bellevue in an 89-71 NWAC North Region men’s basketball victory on… Continue reading

Peninsula’s Ese Onakpoma, left, eyes his opponent, Bellevue’s Mehki Alexander, during Wednesday’s game at Peninsula College. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Peninsula’s Shania Moananu, right, is held by Bellevue’s Alicia Morrison on Wednesday night at Peninsula College. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Peninsula’s Shania Moananu, right, is held by Bellevue’s Alicia Morrison on Wednesday night at Peninsula College. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Forks girls reel in Ilwaco

Forks moved a step closer to repeating as Pacific League girls basketball champs by beating Ilwaco at home Wednesday. The Spartans (7-0, 13-3)… Continue reading

Natalie Robinson, center, celebrates signing to play softball at Columbia Basin College with her former high school coach Randy Steinman, left, and her current coach Morgan Worthington. (Pierre LaBossiere/Peninsula Daily News)

PREP SOFTBALL: Port Angeles’ Natalie Robinson taking her big bat and arm to Columbia Basin College

Port Angeles’ Natalie Robinson is taking her powerful arm and bat out to Tri-Cities. Surrounded by friends and family, the power-hitting Robinson… Continue reading

Natalie Robinson, center, celebrates signing to play softball at Columbia Basin College with her former high school coach Randy Steinman, left, and her current coach Morgan Worthington. (Pierre LaBossiere/Peninsula Daily News)

LOCAL SPORTS: Wintry weather prompts prep cancellations; Thursday games on

A winter storm that featured both snow and freezing rain canceled prep sports on the Olympic Peninsula on Tuesday. Schools around the… Continue reading

Professional snowboarder Jason Robinson will introduce the snowboarding film “Flying High Again” at the Field Arts & Events Hall tonight. (Courtesy photo)

OUTDOORS: Pro snowboarder to introduce ‘Flying High Again’

Professional snowboarder and local resident Jason Robinson will introduce Flying High Again, the latest award-winning film from Teton Gravity Research in its… Continue reading

Professional snowboarder Jason Robinson will introduce the snowboarding film “Flying High Again” at the Field Arts & Events Hall tonight. (Courtesy photo)
Neah Bay’s Jodell Wimberley scores a touchdown in 2022 against Wellpinit in a state playoff game in Forks. Wimberley, who gained 1,839 yards rushing and 36 touchdowns for the Red Devils, made the all-state offensive team as a running back. (Photos by Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)
Left, Forks’ Nate Dahlgren made the first team of the 2B state football defensive team as a linebacker. Here, he is running the ball on offense against Friday Harbor in a game that was played in Sequim. Right, Neah Bay’s Jodell Wimberley scores a touchdown in 2022 against Wellpinit in a state playoff game in Forks. Wimberley, who gained 1,839 yards rushing and 36 touchdowns for the Red Devils, made the all-state offensive team as a running back. (Photos by Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)
Neah Bay’s Jodell Wimberley scores a touchdown in 2022 against Wellpinit in a state playoff game in Forks. Wimberley, who gained 1,839 yards rushing and 36 touchdowns for the Red Devils, made the all-state offensive team as a running back. (Photos by Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)
Left, Forks’ Nate Dahlgren made the first team of the 2B state football defensive team as a linebacker. Here, he is running the ball on offense against Friday Harbor in a game that was played in Sequim. Right, Neah Bay’s Jodell Wimberley scores a touchdown in 2022 against Wellpinit in a state playoff game in Forks. Wimberley, who gained 1,839 yards rushing and 36 touchdowns for the Red Devils, made the all-state offensive team as a running back. (Photos by Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)
Susannah Sharp of Sequim, competing for the joint Port Angeles/Sequim gymnastics team, preforms on the balance beam Monday at a meet in Port Angeles against Bainbridge. Bainbridge edged Port Angeles/Sequim 164-139. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

PREP ROUNDUP: Roughriders fifth at Swimvitational

The Port Angeles boys swim team competed this weekend in the 10-team Swimvitational Meet, where each team could only field a maximum of… Continue reading

Susannah Sharp of Sequim, competing for the joint Port Angeles/Sequim gymnastics team, preforms on the balance beam Monday at a meet in Port Angeles against Bainbridge. Bainbridge edged Port Angeles/Sequim 164-139. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)
Dallas Dunning, Port Angeles basketball.

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Dallas Dunning, Port Angeles basketball

Port Angeles’ Dallas Dunning saved his best game of the season for the Rainshadow Rivalry against Sequim. Dunning, a 6-foot-5 forward who causes most teams… Continue reading

Dallas Dunning, Port Angeles basketball.