SPORTS: Port Angeles boys and girls basketball teams sweep Port Townsend

PORT ANGELES -- The Port Angeles boys basketball team exorcised some demons in Tuesday night's Olympic League game against Port Townsend. Slow starts, free throw… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim boys basketball upsets Bremerton 71-70; other prep reports

SEQUIM -- John Textor sank two free throws with five seconds left to lift the Sequim boys basketball team to a 71-70 upset of Olympic… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend splits with Chimacum in boys and girls basketball; gymnastics report

PORT TOWNSEND -- Senior guard Eric Thomas sank 19 points to spark Port Townsend over archrival Chimacum in nonleague boys basketball action Monday night. The… Continue reading

SPORTS: Thomas paces Port Townsend to 54-40 win; other North Olympic Peninsula prep basketball results

PORT TOWNSEND -- Looks like Eric Thomas is accurate on the basketball court as well. The Port Townsend shooting guard, also a prolific passer for… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College men preserve perfect division record

PORT ANGELES -- The Peninsula men's basketball team kept its hot shooting and tough defense going Saturday night to preserve its perfect NWAACC North Division… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula pair casts (Rain)shadow

SEQUIM -- They came into this winter as the North Olympic Peninsula's top state wrestling championship hopefuls. As the season crossed its midway point at… Continue reading

SPORTS UPDATE: ‘Not so fast’ on Pete Carroll becoming Seahawks coach

By Gregg Bell The Associated Press SEATTLE — Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks do not have an agreement despite widespread reports but are closing… Continue reading

  • Jan 9, 2010
  • By Gregg Bell The Associated Press

SPORTS: Rainshadow wrestling tournament attracts top competitors in state

SEQUIM -- The buck stops at the bridges. At least that's the way it's been during these fiscally tight times in high school sports. Thus,… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend shades Sequim in wrestling; other prep reports

PORT TOWNSEND -- Port Townsend rode four pins to nudge Sequim in an Olympic League wrestling match Thursday night. The Redskins held off the youthful… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay varsity boys basketball team nips Port Angeles junior varsity in overtime

PORT ANGELES -- Drexler Doherty scorched the nets for 25 points to spark the Neah Bay varsity boys basketball team to a nonleague win over… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College men’s basketball team upsets sixth-ranked Bellevue

BELLEVUE -- The Peninsula College men's basketball team is undefeated when it counts. The Pirates scored their second straight victory to begin the NWAACC North… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles beats Sequim 46-36 in Olympic League wrestling

PORT ANGELES -- Port Angeles has one of the best 145-pound wrestlers in the state. In the Roughriders' Olympic League dual meet against archrival Sequim,… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College splits men’s and women’s basketball games with Olympic

PORT ANGELES -- Sequim graduate Ryan Rutherford broke the Peninsula College men's basketball single-game scoring record Saturday night. Rutherford scorched the nets with 41 points… Continue reading

OUTDOORS COLUMN: River fishing still going great guns

RIVER FISHING HAS been going great guns, but if heavy rains hit as expected starting today, it could blow out some area rivers this weekend.… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sonoma Valley, Calif., shades Port Angeles in boys basketball; more prep reports

PORT ANGELES -- Sonoma Valley, Calif., held off a strong Port Angeles High School late-game rally to win 53-45 the nonleague boys basketball game Wednesday… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: 2009 was a good year on links

GOLF CAPTURED THE nation's attention more so in 2009 than in any other year in my recent memory. Normally, this would be worthy of revelry… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles girls basketball rolls over Bainbridge; other prep reports

PORT ANGELES -- The Port Angeles girls basketball team rolled past a tough Bainbridge team Tuesday night in nonleague action. Leading 29-20 at halftime, the… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: Steelhead counts look promising for Christmas weekend

WHO CARES IF the fat man didn't leave a new band saw under the Christmas tree? The rivers are coming back in shape -- and… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Santa, I want artificial turf at Civic Field

A LECHEROUS MAN once said, "The heart wants what the heart wants." Well, Santa, my heart has almost always been set on the wide world… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Full slate of winter events at area courses; gift ideas

GOLF SLOWS DOWN a bit around the Christmas and New Year's holidays, and with good reasons. Family, friends and weather all "conspire" to keep us… Continue reading