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

• Plunkers' paradise -- As soon as these rivers drop, get out the Spin-N-Glo and head to the Sol Duc. From all accounts, there are… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles and Sequim boys swimming teams pick up wins; Port Townsend and Quilcene boys basketball squads earn victories

SILVERDALE -- Tyler Burke won two events to spark the Port Angeles boys swimming team to an Olympic League win against Klahowya on Thursday. The… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles wins boys basketball double-overtime thriller against archrival Sequim; Roughriders romp in girls basketball game vs. Wolves

SEQUIM -- It might take another 100 years for Port Angeles and Sequim to match Thursday night's epic boys basketball showdown. If so, it will… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL: Clallam Bay hangs on to beat Crescent 57-52

JOYCE -- Jacob Portnoy wasn't about to let early foul trouble get to him. The Clallam Bay junior scored 16 of his game-high 26 points… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS: Sequim’s centennial makes today’s Port Angeles confrontation above-average

SEQUIM -- This isn't your regular Sequim-Port Angeles basketball doubleheader. With Sequim High School will holding its 100th anniversary celebration today, a rivalry that needed… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: Going deep for the flatties

SOME OF YOU might remember the fallout from the state's release of the Revised Puget Sound Rockfish Conservation Plan last year. The magnificently mammoth document… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Program helps players with their game

I CAN THINK of one terrible golfer and Auburn alum who was pleased with his Tigers' 22-19 BCS title game victory over Oregon on Monday… Continue reading

SPORTS: Chimacum boys and girls basketball teams split with tough Life Christian; other prep reports

CHIMACUM -- Life Christian ran away from a tight game in the third quarter to beat Chimacum 69-48 in Nisqually League boys basketball action Tuesday… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim girls basketball team comes back to top feisty Port Townsend

SEQUIM -- Even with a four-point lead after one quarter of play, Port Townsend girls basketball coach Randy Maag didn't feel comfortable. As the next… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim holds off fired-up Port Townsend in boys basketball action

SEQUIM -- The Sequim boys basketball team is starting to get a target on its back. With all the weapons the Wolves (7-2 in league,… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sites for regional prep basketball tournament announced

RENTON -- The road to state promises to be a lot more treacherous this winter. The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) executive board voted to… Continue reading

Did the Earth move for you? It did for the 12th Man at Qwest Field

By Tim Booth The Associated Press SEATTLE -- John Vidale didn't get to see Seattle's upset of New Orleans in the first round of the… Continue reading

  • Jan 10, 2011
  • By Tim Booth The Associated Press

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: Neah Bay rolls over Crescent

NEAH BAY 80, CRESCENT 33 NEAH BAY -- The Red Devils (1-0, 8-2) blasted the Loggers Friday night in their NOL opener. Titus Pascua and… Continue reading

PREP WRESTLING: Port Angeles ‘rains’ supreme over Rainshadow Invitational

SEQUIM -- A small grin crept across Erik Gonzalez's face as the announcement was made inside Rick Kaps Gymnasium. That was about all of the… Continue reading

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL: Port Townsend runs over Klahowya

PORT TOWNSEND -- The Port Townsend girls basketball team's defense was solid as it ran over the Klahowya Eagles for a 63-33 Olympic League victory… Continue reading

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Bellevue falls to Peninsula College

PORT ANGELES -- The Bellevue men's basketball team pulled out to a 3-0 lead in Saturday's NWAACC North Division showdown with Peninsula College. That was… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL: Port Angeles boys run out of steam

PORT ANGELES -- The Kingston Buccaneers were given one objective on defense against the Port Angeles Roughriders: Protect the paint. With a big assist from… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Ski and snowboard school opens Saturday

TO SKI OR to snowboard? That, my dear Peninsulites, is the question. The answer might seem inconsequential for some. But for those little tykes getting… Continue reading

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

• Ski school -- If Hollywood has taught me anything, it's that people are 10 times cooler when they know how to ski. Just watch… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College sweeps Olympic in men’s and women’s basketball

BREMERTON -- The Peninsula College men's basketball team ripped Olympic 73-57 on the road in the NWAACC opener Wednesday night. Mitrell Clark led the Pirates… Continue reading