SPORTS: Neah Bay girls bring home trophy

YAKIMA -- The Neah Bay girls basketball team brought back its second trophy in as many seasons from the Class 1B state tournament at the… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Tough choice — Bosworth’s autobiography or this column

THE HAND HATH been forced. For whatever reason, the editors of the PDN found it necessary to publish a letter to the editor concerning yours… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend loses, eliminated from tournament

The dream matchup between the Port Townsend and Chimacum girls basketball teams with a state berth in the balance won't happen. The two teams were… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend basketball team lives to play on by winning home finale

PORT TOWNSEND ¬­-- The Port Townsend boys basketball team's season lived on after a convincing 52-30 victory over Cedar Park Christian in loser-out Class 1A… Continue reading

SPORTS: Wrestling only physical? Just ask the participants about the ‘stress level’

THE ONE WORD that pops up the most at state: mental. No, it's not in reference to how crazy one has to be to put… Continue reading

SPORTS: Do or have-to-do-more for Port Angeles girls basketball team tonight

PORT ANGELES -- The Port Angeles girls basketball team can make its road to the Class 3A state tournament a whole lot easier tonight. Beat… Continue reading

SPORTS: Camp, Dixon win state wrestling titles

TACOMA -- Want a title for Port Angeles heavyweight John Camp's march toward the Class 3A state crown? Let's go with "Done in 60 seconds."… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Townsend girls win No. 3 seed with victory over Chimacum

CHIMACUM -- Port Townsend High School girls basketball team won the No. 3 seed to the Class 1A Tri-district tournament with its second victory in… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Sunny, dry days spook the fish

SOMEONE MIGHT WANT to send out a search party for winter, because I'm not sure where it went. Isn't February on the North Olympic Peninsula… Continue reading

SPORTS: Mat Classic beckons Peninsula wrestlers

TACOMA -- John Camp of Port Angeles is four wins away from closing out his prep wrestling career with a perfect senior season. Meanwhile, several… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Peninsula clams, clamming still sickly

THE MOST PRISTINE, untouched coastline in the state rests on the North Olympic Peninsula. With a few notable exceptions, Peninsula beaches have been controlled by… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim ends season with loss to Olympic

Boys Basketball Olympic 47, Sequim 40 SILVERDALE -- Sequim wrapped up the regular season with a loss to the Trojans on Tuesday. Ary Webb led… Continue reading

Atlanta bound? Griffey says decision hasn’t been made

PDN news sources The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported today that former Mariner Ken Griffey Jr. had spurned the Mariners to sign with the Atlanta Braves, but… Continue reading

  • Feb 17, 2009
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SPORTS: Pirates bumped aside by Skagit Valley

PORT ANGELES -- Valentine's Day delivered a pair of heart-breakers to the Stewart household in Peninsula College's NWAACC North Division basketball doubleheader against Skagit Valley… Continue reading

SPORTS: Clallam Bay one win away from 1B state tournament

SEQUIM -- Forget about style points. Clallam Bay senior forward Jesse Chartraw just wants to get to the Class 1B state tournament. After the Bruins… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Does superstition help at this weekend’s salmon derby? Can’t hurt!

ANGLERS WILL DO anything to turn things around. In the case of Wayne Bibbins of Down Home Charters (360-643-1960) in Port Townsend, it's getting his… Continue reading

SPORTS: Forks loss clarifies path to possible district play

FORKS -- The Forks boys basketball team's playoff picture cleared up after a 69-67 overtime loss to the Rochester Warriors on Thursday night. With the… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Olympic National Park fishing regulation changes proposed

HERE'S TO KEEPING it simple. Olympic National Park has decided to do just that with its proposed changes to fishing regulations on the Queets River.… Continue reading

Roughriders gain share of league championship — at least

PORT ANGELES -- Port Angeles High School's girls basketball team clinched at least a share of the Olympic League championship after blowing out North Mason… Continue reading

Clear view ahead for legally blind wrestler

PORT ANGELES ¬­-- Brian Hergert's nose presses against the computer screen. A wrestling match he'd finished a few hours earlier plays inches from his face.… Continue reading