PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Port Angeles, Sequim swim to victories plus Port Angeles, Port Townsend and Sequim wrestling

Port Angeles’ 200-yard medley relay team of Adam Boyd, Alex Che, Henry Shaw and Carter Droz sparked… Continue reading

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Port Angeles girls stay unbeaten in league play

Port Angeles didn’t shoot terribly well, but relied on a stifling defense to build up a 48-24 lead over North Kitsap in… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL: Friday night’s scores — Sequim teams win, PA girls win, PA boys lose rematch with North Kitsap

BOYS PREP BASKETBALL Friday’s Scores North Kitsap 75, Port Angeles 60 Sequim 52, Bremerton 42 Adna 73, Toledo 46 Auburn 83, Thomas Jefferson 28 Auburn… Continue reading

FOOTBALL: Sharks circling in Sequim as semipro team forms

Team meeting at noon Sunday in Sequim

GIRLS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Greene leads the way as Neah Bay puts hurting on Clallam Bay

The first Battle of the Bays went decidedly in the Red Devils direction as Neah Bay cruised to a 79-38 North Olympic… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Port Angeles youth baseball and softball registration opens Monday online

Online registration opens Monday for North Olympic Baseball and Softball, Port Angeles’ youth baseball and… Continue reading

WRESTLING ROUNDUP: Forks splits dual meet; Port Townsend falls to Vashon in close match

The Forks wrestling team beat Elma 60-12 in a three-way dual with Elma and Montesano. But, for the first time in eight years,… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Rayonier’s purchase of Pope timberlands could have negative impact on public land access

OUTDOOR RECREATION ENTHUSIASTS may soon need a new access permit to visit land previously accessible to the public. Timber landholder Rayonier Inc.’s recent announcement of… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Forks’ Trey Baysinger scores 29 in win over Hoquiam

Forks got back to business after a two-game losing skid last week, getting a career-high 29 points from junior big man Trey Baysinger… Continue reading

YOUTH HOOPS: Port Angeles girls shine at MLK Jr. tournament

The Port Angeles girls showed their strength at the annual Park and Recreation Department’s Martin Luther King Jr. Youth Basketball Tournament. Port… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula women crush Skagit Valley

The Peninsula women won in dominating fashion for the second straight game, crushing Skagit Valley 81-41 on the road Monday. The game… Continue reading

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Bruin girls show their claws in win over Port Townsend

The Clallam Bay Bruin girls held off a comeback from Port Townsend and knocked off the 1A Redhawks 43-37 on Monday. With… Continue reading

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Eve Burke, Port Angeles basketball

Eve Burke is one of the reasons the Port Angeles girls are unbeaten in the Olympic League 2A Division and are in the top 10… Continue reading

PHOTO: Longtime Port Angeles track coach Bob Sheedy inducted into state track coaches’ Hall of Fame

Longtime Port Angeles High School track and field coach Bob Sheedy speaks in Tacoma on Friday as he is inducted into the Washington State Track… Continue reading

GYMNASTICS: Port Angeles/Sequim/Crescent combined team third in host meet

A combined Port Angeles/Sequim/Crescent gymnastics team came in a close third place in the Port Angeles Gymnastics Meet held Monday at Klahhane… Continue reading

ESPORTS: Peninsula College team wins first match

The Peninsula College Rocket League team of Nicholas Charters, Stuart Koehler and Drew Eckard posted a historic first win in the inaugural… Continue reading

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NFL: Chiefs, 49ers to play in the Super Bowl

Patrick Mahomes tip-toed down the sideline for a game-turning touchdown, added three TD passes, and the Kansas… Continue reading

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula College women, men crush Olympic

The Peninsula women used a stifling defense and the men used a high-octane offense with both teams winning in dominating fashion over… Continue reading