MATT SCHUBERT’S PREP NOTEBOOK: Teams that are going somewhere

BLAME IT ON the state's insanely short 20-game schedule. High School basketball season just seems to fly by in the Evergreen State. Here we are… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles inches toward playoffs; other prep results

POULSBO -- The Port Angeles High School boys basketball team is two wins away from the playoffs after beating North Kitsap on the road Friday… Continue reading

SPORTS: Women’s softball may be eliminated at Peninsula College

PORT ANGELES -- Softball is down to its final strike at Peninsula College. The women's sports program, created 10 years ago along with men's soccer,… Continue reading

SPORTS: Onalaska sweeps Forks in boys and girls basketball; boys swimming update

FORKS -- Frank Noles had a double-double for the Forks boys basketball team but it wasn't enough to upset undefeated Onalaska on Thursday night. Onalaska,… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay boys and girls basketball teams sweep Crescent for league titles

JOYCE -- The biggest game in a decade for Crescent boys basketball was but a mere tune-up for the Neah Bay Red Devils. Playing at… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: May halibut derby may be in jeopardy

COULD IT BE? Another North Olympic Peninsula fishing derby on the chopping block? That might just be the case if harvest numbers collected by the… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S PREP NOTES: Pin or go home for wrestlers

IT'S PIN OR go home time on the state high school wrestling scene. The beginning of February signals the arrival of the postseason for state… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Area winter rates for courses good through February, March

THAT FURRY LITTLE rodent ruined it Tuesday morning for those of us who are hoping for an early end to winter. Truthfully, it doesn't matter… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim boys basketball team sweeps Port Angeles first time in nine years; Port Angeles girls roll

PORT ANGELES -- For something nine years in the making, you knew it had to take something special. And in the final moments of Sequim's… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend’s boys basketball team beats second-place North Mason; other prep reports

PORT TOWNSEND -- Port Townsend's boys basketball team is playing stellar defense right now. The Redskins held North Mason, tied for second place in the… Continue reading

SPORTS: Crescent varsity beats Chimacum JVs; other prep results

CHIMACUM -- The Crescent High School girls basketball team seems to have the Chimacum junior varsity's number. The Class 1B varsity Loggers earned just their… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles wrestlers third in league tourney

SILVERDALE -- The Port Angeles wrestling team placed third overall at the Class 3A Olympic League tournament Saturday afternoon. Olympic won the tournament with 325… Continue reading

SPORTS: Kingston beats Sequim for second time this season

KINGSTON -- The Kingston boys basketball team squeaked past the Sequim Wolves for the second time this season Friday night. With another possible showdown in… Continue reading

SPORTS: Neah Bay’s Doherty paces Red Devils to easy win; other prep results

Compiled by Brent Sorenson PDN Sports Writer MOUNTLAKE TERRACE -- Drexler Doherty must love playing in the north Seattle suburbs. The Neah Bay junior basketball… Continue reading

  • Jan 31, 2010
  • Compiled by Brent Sorenson PDN Sports Writer

MATT SCHUBERT’S PREP NOTES: Lack of local stats — except in Sequim

ANY HISTORICAL ARGUMENT concerning sports usually demands one thing: statistics. You can keep all of your legends and tales of wonder. I want to know… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: Winter Sports Club still has plans for Hurricane Ridge this season

CROSS THOSE FINGERS for Hurricane Ridge Road. Bruch & Bruch Construction Inc. of Port Angeles took on the massive undertaking of rebuilding the washed-out road… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles boys swimming finishes regular season undefeated; Sequim swimmers split with Olympic and Klahowya

POULSBO -- The Port Angeles boys swimming team finished the regular season with a perfect record after sinking Kingston on Thursday. The Olympic League dual… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: Clamming coming to Kalaloch

START BRANDISHING SOME shovels. Digging is officially on at four of five ocean beaches this weekend. The state Department of Fish and Wildlife announced Wednesday… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: Clamming returning to Kalaloch, other Pacific beaches

START BRANDISHING SOME shovels. Digging is officially on at four of five ocean beaches this weekend. The state Department of Fish and Wildlife announced Wednesday… Continue reading

SPORTS: Clallam Bay beats Crescent in girls basketball North Olympic League action; other prep reports

JOYCE -- Jessica Angulo sank 13 points and eight of nine players scored as Clallam Bay turned back Crescent in a North Olympic League girls… Continue reading