Sequim Wolves.

PREP BASKETBALL: Sequim girls remain unbeaten

The Sequim girls basketball team didn’t play its best game, according to coach Joclin Julmist. But they got great games from Hannah Bates… Continue reading

Sequim Wolves.
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The Forks boys and girls wrestling teams celebrate their second- and fourth-place trophies at the Tony Saldiver Invitational held in Granger on Saturday.

WRESTLING: Forks grapplers second at Saldiver; PA sixth at Larry Brown Invite

The Forks boys wrestling team came in second out of 22 schools at the Tony Saldiver Invitational held in Granger this weekend. The… Continue reading

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The Forks boys and girls wrestling teams celebrate their second- and fourth-place trophies at the Tony Saldiver Invitational held in Granger on Saturday.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Additional razor clam digs set; PC women split two

Razor clam digs have been confirmed through Dec. 23, with more tentative dates planned over the New Year’s Holiday. “These late-winter digs… Continue reading

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East Jefferson's Aurin Asbell, with ball, and Alyssa Vandenberg are blocked by Annie Wright's Jazmyn Stone 21 and Leah Kearns, 22, and Rae Wartell as she goes for the basket during a game Thursday at Port Townsend High School.
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East Jefferson's Aurin Asbell, with ball, and Alyssa Vandenberg are blocked by Annie Wright's Jazmyn Stone 21 and Leah Kearns, 22, and Rae Wartell as she goes for the basket during a game Thursday at Port Townsend High School.
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Port Angeles' Parker Nickerson, right, outpaces North Mason's Clay Alverts on Thursday night in Port Angeles.
Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News
Port Angeles' Parker Nickerson, right, outpaces North Mason's Clay Alverts on Thursday night in Port Angeles.
Fundraising is underway for the Peninsula Baseball and Softball Barn, an indoor pitching, hitting and defensive skills facility near Port Angeles for Clallam County youth ages 9-18.
Fundraising is underway for the Peninsula Baseball and Softball Barn, an indoor pitching, hitting and defensive skills facility near Port Angeles for Clallam County youth ages 9-18.
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Forks' Dylan Micheau drives the lane against North Beach's 6-foot-7 Tre' Vaughn Greene during the Spartans' home opener Wednesday.
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Forks' Dylan Micheau drives the lane against North Beach's 6-foot-7 Tre' Vaughn Greene during the Spartans' home opener Wednesday.

West End fishing rules clarified

Gamefish and migratory salmon fishing seasons and steelhead limits have been updated for a number of West End rivers. The updates clarify rules on coastal… Continue reading

East Jefferson running back Logan Massie has been selected as the Nisqually League MVP after helping lead the Rivals to a league championship and the Class 1A State Football Tournament. (Photo courtesy Lisa Jensen)
East Jefferson running back Logan Massie has been selected as the Nisqually League MVP after helping lead the Rivals to a league championship and the Class 1A State Football Tournament. (Photo courtesy Lisa Jensen)
Sequim wolves

PREP ROUNDUP: Sequim basketball girls improve to 3-0

The Sequim girls basketball team went up by 20 points in the first quarter and remained perfect with a 73-51 win over Class… Continue reading

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Forks Spartans

PREP WRESTLING: Forks beats 2A Aberdeen in dual

Forks earned a nonleague match win over the Class 2A Bobcats. The 2B Spartans beat Aberdeen 48-27. “It was an exciting event. Both… Continue reading

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Wyatt Dunning, Port Angeles basketball

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Wyatt Dunning, Port Angeles basketball

Port Angeles’ Wyatt Dunning has already served notice that he’s going to be a force to reckon with this season. Leading a shorthanded team against… Continue reading

Wyatt Dunning, Port Angeles basketball

Cougs prepare for Sun Bowl

One perk that comes with qualifying for a bowl game is the “winter camp” that precedes it. “Any time you can stay together, it’s an… Continue reading

Seahawks show resolve

Team sends message: ‘We ain’t dead yet’

Peninsula College's Roosevelt Williams Jr. (12) looks to pass against Tacoma as he's guarded by Jared Franklin (33) and Daniel Mordi (21) on Sunday night in Port Angeles. Peninsula won the game 76-61.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Pirates clamp down on ‘D’ to beat Tacoma

The Peninsula College men’s basketball team relied on a ferocious defense to win its Pirates Classic game 76-62 Sunday night against Tacoma.… Continue reading

Peninsula College's Roosevelt Williams Jr. (12) looks to pass against Tacoma as he's guarded by Jared Franklin (33) and Daniel Mordi (21) on Sunday night in Port Angeles. Peninsula won the game 76-61.
Peninsula Pirates

WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula wins Sunday, improves to 4-1

If not for a bad 10 minutes Saturday night, the Peninsula College women might be 5-0. As it is, they are a… Continue reading

Peninsula Pirates
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Port Angeles' Paige Mason, center, tries to break through the Bonney Lake defense of Kaylie Hellner, left, and Ava Rice on Saturday in Port Angeles.

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Riders can’t overcome slow start vs. Bonney Lake

The Port Angeles girls basketball team is off to an 0-2 start, but they’re getting ready for league by playing some tough… Continue reading

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Port Angeles' Paige Mason, center, tries to break through the Bonney Lake defense of Kaylie Hellner, left, and Ava Rice on Saturday in Port Angeles.
Port Angeles Roughriders.

BOYS BASKETBALL: Port Angeles wins at the buzzer

Missing six players, the Port Angeles boys basketball team relied on a huge game from Wyatt Dunning and some gritty play from bench… Continue reading

Port Angeles Roughriders.
Forks' Jake Weakley, right, pinned East Jefferson's Gabe Evans in the 160-pound class during the Forks Wrestling Invitational held Saturday in the Spartan Gym. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)

WRESTLING: Forks boys win at home invite

The Forks boys and East Jefferson girls wrestling teams won against teams from southwest Washington and around the Olympic Peninsula in the Forks… Continue reading

Forks' Jake Weakley, right, pinned East Jefferson's Gabe Evans in the 160-pound class during the Forks Wrestling Invitational held Saturday in the Spartan Gym. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)
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Peninsula's Hope Glasser, front, looks for the basket while defended by Chemeketa's Marri-Ann Martinez and Erin Counts, right, during Saturday's game in the Pirate Classic tournament in Port Angeles. Looking on is Glasser's teammate Madison Cooke.

Women, men lose openers at Pirate Classic

The Peninsula College men and women both lost close games in their openers of the Pirate Classic on Saturday. The men lost… Continue reading

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Peninsula's Hope Glasser, front, looks for the basket while defended by Chemeketa's Marri-Ann Martinez and Erin Counts, right, during Saturday's game in the Pirate Classic tournament in Port Angeles. Looking on is Glasser's teammate Madison Cooke.