MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: Double Demo Days coming to Peninsula Golf Club in Port Angeles

AS A FAN of golf and alliteration, I'm pleased with Peninsula Golf Club's Double Demo Days event from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday at the… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles, Port Townsend win important boys basketball Olympic League games; other prep reports

Port Angeles and Port Townsend won important Olympic League boys basketball games Tuesday night. The Roughriders ripped North Kitsap 70-40 while the Redskins used a… Continue reading

SPORTS: WIAA misses reclassification deadline; schools on wait-and-see mode

THE GREAT ENGLISH author Douglas Adams said it best. "I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by." Indeed, many… Continue reading

SPORTS: Ace pitcher Cliff Lee to become a Seattle Mariner?

Peninsula Daily News news sources SEATTLE -- Reports are swirling that the Mariners are part of a blockbuster trade that will see one, possibly two… Continue reading

  • Dec 14, 2009
  • Peninsula Daily News news sources

SPORTS: Quarterback Locker to remain with Huskies for senior year

The Associated Press SEATTLE — Jake Locker says he will not make himself available for the NFL draft and will return to Washington for his… Continue reading

  • Dec 14, 2009
  • The Associated Press

SPORTS: Port Townsend, Sequim swap victories

SEQUIM -- Same game, opposite result. The Sequim boys basketball team topped Port Townsend 39-36 on Friday, claiming an offensively challenged Olympic League affair that… Continue reading

SPORTS: Short-handed Port Townsend takes third at own wrestling tourney; Port Angeles, Forks results

PORT TOWNSEND -- A short-handed Port Townsend wrestling team took third at its own round robin duel tournament on Saturday. Missing their top wrestler (160-pounder… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Five best bets to do this week

• Pysht River -- The Quillayute system is sure to be crowded this weekend. Might as well try out one of the smaller streams on… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles sinks Sequim in boys swimming; Sequim wrestling wins

SEQUIM -- Port Angeles dominated archrival Sequim in Olympic League boys swimming action Thursday at Sequim Aquatic Recreation Center. The Roughriders placed first in all… Continue reading

SPORTS: Preview of wrestling teams on the North Olympic Peninsula

Last year's high school wrestling season was magical on the North Olympic Peninsula. There probably has never been a season like that in the area… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Area Christmas bird count starts Monday in Sequim

THE ANNALS OF science are calling. It is up to you, my dear Peninsulites, to answer the hoot. One can give future generations an invaluable… Continue reading

SPORTS: Chimacum boys basketball snaps 26-game losing streak; other prep reports

CHIMACUM -- The monkey is off the Chimacum boys basketball back. The Cowboys (1-4) won for the first time in 27 games by beating Jefferson… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S PREP NOTEBOOK: Reclassification should help Port Angeles, Quilcene high schools

PERHAPS THERE IS one silver lining to declining enrollments. A pair of schools that have been competing above their heads for a long time --… Continue reading

MICHAEL CARMAN’S GOLF COLUMN: SkyRidge tourney a fundraiser for high school business club

PORT ANGELES HIGH School's DECA business and marketing club will host its first four-person team DECA Scramble fundraiser at Sequim's SkyRidge Golf Course on Saturday,… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles boys basketball smashes Olympic; other prep reports

PORT ANGELES -- Steve Rogers sparked a balanced scoring attack with 13 points as the Port Angeles boys basketball team won its second game of… Continue reading

PENINSULA POLL BACKGROUNDER: Holmgren would like to talk return to Seahawks

By Gregg Bell AP Sports Writer SEATTLE -- Mike Holmgren wants to talk to the Seahawks about coming back. Seattle's former coach and one-time general… Continue reading

  • Dec 8, 2009
  • By Gregg Bell AP Sports Writer

SPORTS: Clallam Bay, Port Townsend girls basketball lose games

CLALLAM BAY -- Taholah rallied in the second half to hand the Clallam Bay girls basketball team its first loss of the season Saturday night.… Continue reading

SPORTS: Forks wins both parts of doubleheader with Chimacum

CHIMACUM -- It wasn't hard to tell it was the first week of the season during the Forks-Chimacum basketball doubleheader Friday night. Between all of… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles top Peninsula team at Forks wrestling tourney

FORKS -- Port Angeles captured second with three individual champions at the Forks Invitational wrestling tournament Saturday, finishing as the top North Olympic Peninsula team… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: A film that’s ‘real and now’

OLD TIMERS TELL stories of so many salmon in North Olympic Peninsula rivers that "you could walk across the backs of them." They say how… Continue reading