Sports: Forks boys, girls continue play today in state tournament

YAKIMA -- The Forks High School boys and girls basketball teams survived to play another day in the Class 2A state tournament by doing the… Continue reading

Sports: Neah Bay loses to Republic in state tournament

SPOKANE -- The Gianukakis brothers were too much for Neah Bay High School. The two brothers combined for 53 points, leading Republic to a 71-47… Continue reading

Sports: Neah Bay wins first game of state playoffs

SPOKANE -- The Neah Bay Red Devils have moved one step closer to a state title after the first day of the Class B boys… Continue reading

Sports: Forks beats Ridgefield to advance to state playoffs

MONTESANO -- Three players combined for 33 points to lead Forks High School to the state Class 2A tournament. The Spartans defeated Ridgefield 45-39 in… Continue reading

Sports: Forks one step from state tournament

MONTESANO -- With a suffocating defensive performance against Castle Rock, the Forks High School boys basketball team has put itself one game away from its… Continue reading

Sports: Neah Bay makes state playoffs for third straight year

PUYALLUP -- Neah Bay High School is headed to the State Class B basketball tournament for a third consecutive year, closing out Tri-District playoffs with… Continue reading

Sports: Forks loses playoff game

MONTESANO -- Julie Steveson scored 10 points and had seven rebounds and seven steals but it wasn't enough for the Forks High School girls basketball… Continue reading

Sports: Peninsula College women lose to Olympic

By Julius Macker PORT ANGELES -- The Peninsula College women's basketball team continues to play hard, but once again were unable to gain any head… Continue reading

  • Feb 23, 2006
  • JULIUS MACKER

Sports: Well-matched teams go down to the wire — Port Townsend wins

CHIMACUM -- How evenly matched was the Chimacum High School and Port Townsend High School girls basketball teams? With just a minute to go in… Continue reading

Sports: Archrivals in showdown game tonight

CHIMACUM -- This is about as good as it gets. The Chimacum High School girls basketball team will host archrival Port Townsend in a do-or-die… Continue reading

Sports: 18 from North Olympic Peninsula in state wrestling championships starting today

Eighteen North Olympic Peninsula high school wrestlers are competing for hardware and honors at the state championships starting today. All levels will compete at the… Continue reading

Sports: Port Angeles High wrestlers dominate match

TACOMA -- The Port Angeles High School wrestling team dominated its Narrows League crossover match to win just their second dual meet of the season… Continue reading

Sports: Peninsula College women’s basketball coach quits suddenly

PORT ANGELES -- The Peninsula College women's basketball team, under interim head coach Kathy Langston, fell to the Skagit Valley College Cardinals 63-56 in Northwest… Continue reading

Sports: Port Angeles, Sequim, Port Townsend to unite in athletic league

PORT ANGELES -- After nearly eight months of phone calls, meetings, rumors and speculation the Olympic League is back. Since the Washington Interscholastic Athletics Association… Continue reading

Sports: Sequim boys basketball team launches season with new coach

SEQUIM -- It doesn't take long to hear what's on new Sequim High School basketball head coach Matt Thacker's mind; just sit around a team… Continue reading

Sports: Neah Bay to play powerhouse team in Pasco

NEAH BAY -- The surprising Neah Bay Red Devils are one win away from the Class B-8 state football championship game. The Red Devils, 4-3,… Continue reading

Sports: Crescent helps set new state scoring record

JOYCE -- The Crescent High School Loggers helped to set a new state record in combined score for eight man football on Saturday with a… Continue reading

Sports: Neah Bay graduate returns to coach football team

By JOSHUA FEJERAN NEAH BAY -- Nate Tyler has been hired as the head football coach at Neah Bay High School, Tyler confirmed Tuesday. Tyler,… Continue reading

  • Aug 10, 2005
  • JOSHUA FEJERAN

Sequim High grad returns as soccer coach

By JOSHUA FEJERAN SEQUIM -- What Nathan Davis lacks in coaching experience, he makes up for in enthusiasm. Davis, a 28-year-old, 1995 Sequim High School… Continue reading

  • Jul 13, 2005
  • JOSHUA FEJERAN

Sports: Sequim basketball coach recommended

By JOSHUA FEJERAN SEQUIM -- A North Olympic Peninsula native is coming back to take over the boys basketball program at Sequim High School. Matt… Continue reading

  • Jun 22, 2005
  • JOSHUA FEJERAN