Championship caliber: Peninsula College men’s soccer team savors first conference title

PORT ANGELES -- Nothing beats the feeling of being better than the rest. And there's no squad better than the Peninsula College men's soccer team… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: A PGA year painful to recall

WHO KNEW THAT one year ago Friday the world of professional golf would have been turned on its head? And that the cause would have… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College men’s basketball team tunes up for season with exhibition victory

PORT ANGELES -- The Peninsula College men's basketball team showcased speed, quickness and shooting ability in its 87-83 victory over the Blue Angels. The team… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College men’s soccer wins conference championship

TUKWILA -- The Peninsula College men's soccer team earned the first NWAACC championship in school history Sunday. The Pirates beat Highline 1-0 in a shootout… Continue reading

BRAD LABRIE’S BAKER’S DOZEN: Is nothing sacred in NFL anymore?

THE SEATTLE SEAHAWKS are back. And the Seachickens are gone. At least for one week. Is nothing sacred in the NFL anymore? In this topsy-turvy… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S PREP NOTES: Great coaches, great performances

THIS FALL TURNED out to be quite a season for North Olympic Peninsula coaches. Throw a football around these parts and you just might hit… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College men’s soccer advances to championship game today

TUKWILA -- The Peninsula College men's soccer team finally found itself on the right side of a 1-0 game at the NWAACC Final Four. Miguel… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Snider Creek steelhead review

THE CONTRACT IS almost up on the Snider Creek broodstock. After nearly 25 years, the steelhead supplementation program for the Sol Duc River tributary is… Continue reading

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

• Sol Duc salmon -- Time is running out for anglers hoping to throw a few more salmon into the freezer this fall. There are… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay set for state Class 1B football playoffs

WASHOUGAL -- The gameplan for Lyle/Wishram is hardly a secret. Henry Mattai is going to get the ball early, often and even more after that… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College men’s soccer team ready for Final Four

PORT ANGELES -- The Peninsula College men's soccer team returns to the NWAACC Final Four for the third time in four years this weekend. The… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: Winterfest returns to the Vern Burton

DON'T BELABOR THAT blown-down fence. Don't fret over the days getting darker and darker. Such wintry weather is but a mere signal for what lies… Continue reading

SPORTS: Accolades pour in for Peninsula College men’s soccer program

PORT ANGELES -- The trophy case at the Peninsula College gymnasium is running out of space. School administrators are actually thinking about buying a bigger… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S PREP NOTES: Another Sequim classic ends in playoff loss

IT WAS HARD not to feel a little ripped off after Saturday night's Sequim vs. Burlington-Edison game. Part of the fun of covering an Erik… Continue reading

SPORTS: Bumpy roller coaster ride of the Seattle Seahawks may be over

THE GOOD NEWS is the roller coaster ride known as the Seattle Seachickens is finally over. The bad news: The roller coaster crashed, is crumpled… Continue reading

SPORTS: Diver sparks Port Angeles at state swimming and diving meet; Sequim and Port Townsend also compete at state

FEDERAL WAY -- Port Angeles diver Allison Hodgin sparked the Roughriders to a 17th overall finish at the Class 2A-1A state swimming championships Saturday. Hodgin… Continue reading

SPORTS: Injuries doom Sequim in state playoffs against Burlington-Edison

POULSBO -- Football is often a game of attrition. In Saturday night's Class 2A state playoff against big and physical Burlington-Edison, it caught up to… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay beats Quilcene in Class 1B football playoffs

SILVERDALE -- The Neah Bay football team qualified for the Class 1B state playoffs for the third straight year. In a state preliminary game, the… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles’ magical football season finally ends in state playoffs

BELLEVUE -- Tom Wahl's dignity did not dissipate amid a sea of Green-and-White. His Port Angeles Roughriders, done in by a disastrous first quarter, had… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim and Port Angeles both go 0-2 at state volleyball

KENNEWICK -- Port Angeles and Sequim both went winless in the Class 2A volleyball state tournament Friday and Saturday at the Toyota Center. The two… Continue reading