SPORTS: Peninsula College men’s basketball team opens season with a victory

By Brent Sorenson Peninsula Daily News PORT ANGELES -- The Peninsula College men's basketball team tipped off the new season with an impressive 87-72 victory… Continue reading

  • Nov 22, 2009
  • By Brent Sorenson Peninsula Daily News

Neah Bay advances in playoffs, 20-14

SILVERDALE -- Neah Bay survived four turnovers and a whole lot of penalties to squeak past Lake Quinault 20-14 in Saturday's Class 1B state quarterfinals… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College men’s basketball team will be older this season

PORT ANGELES -- Welcome to the great unknown. This year's Peninsula College men's basketball team comes into Saturday night's home opener against Highline with a… Continue reading

SPORTS: Five best bets to do this weekend

• Winterfest -- Eat some red meat, drink a few brewskis and take in a Warren Miller movie. Sounds like good fun to me. And… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay and Sequim play in football quarterfinals Saturday in Silverdale

SILVERDALE -- North Olympic Peninsula high school football fans have a special treat this weekend. The two area high schools still in the state playoffs… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim High School’s Travis Decker is a small running back who plays big

SEQUIM -- Sequim running back Travis Decker used to be one of the biggest players on the field. He was an offensive guard for his… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN ON GOLF: Before the football game, there’s the Apple Cup tourney

PENINSULA GOLF CLUB'S 18th annual Apple Cup Best Ball Tournament hopes to provide some good-natured, in-state-rivalry trash talk before the 102nd Apple Cup football game… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim, Neah Bay set to play in Silverdale in state playoffs Saturday

SILVERDALE ­-- Class 2A Sequim and 1B Neah Bay will share the same field this coming Saturday as the state prep football playoffs go into… Continue reading

SPORTS: Top-ranked Chemeketa ends Peninsula Pirates’ men’s soccer season

SALEM, Ore. -- Peninsula College men's soccer season came to an end one game short of its third-straight NWAACC Final Four with a 3-2 loss… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S PREP NOTES: Football coach of the year will be a tough decision

HERE'S A DIFFICULT proposition. Try to find the football coach of the year on the North Olympic Peninsula It's not that there's a dearth of… Continue reading

SPORTS: Crescent falls at 1B football playoffs

TUMWATER — The Crescent Loggers ran into a familiar roadblock. The Lake Quinault Elks kept Crescent from its first state playoff appearance since 1996 for… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay 50, King’s Way Christian 0

SILVERDALE — Neah Bay High School’s football team made an awfully long drive for a short game Friday night, flattening King’s Way Christian in a… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend places at swim meet (PA, Sequim compete)

FEDERAL WAY — The young Port Townsend girls swimming team placed in two events and finished 16th overall out of 31 teams at the Class… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim Wolves win first state game, advance in the 2A

POULSBO — Everyone in the stands was surely thinking it. Sequim athletic director Dave Ditlefsen was definitely thinking it. It was even beginning to creep… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Razor clam digging scheduled for this weekend

I'VE NEVER BEEN one to turn down a good old fashioned hole-digging. It's an activity that has captivated thousands of young men, and maybe a… Continue reading

SPORTS: Pirates gain berth in Elite Eight with 3-2 overtime win against Edmonds

PORT ANGELES -- Playing in the muck and mud of Wally Sigmar Athletic Complex, the Peninsula College men's soccer team managed to come out golden… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Apple Cup, Rick Kaps Scholarship tourneys on tap

CONSIDERING THE LENGTHS I went in trying to encourage people to volunteer in a former job, I was slightly stunned when checking out the volunteer… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College in loser-out playoff game today in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES -- The Peninsula College men's soccer team can't look ahead. Although, it sure is tempting. The Pirates (11-4-5 overall) begin their quest for… Continue reading

SPORTS: Powerhouse Meridian ends Port Townsend’s football season

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND -- The little team that could finally ran out of gas. The Port Townsend football team's bid to reach the Class 1A state… Continue reading

PREP NOTES COLUMN: Crescent football on an offensive roll; Port Townsend runners are stellar

DYLEN HEAWARD HAD himself a season . . . in the last two games. The Crescent running back ripped the Lopez and Highland Christian defenses… Continue reading