PREP NOTEBOOK: Port Angeles makes fast work of second coaching vacancy

IT DIDN'T LONG for Port Angeles to fill its other vacant coaching position. A few days after announcing the selection of its new football coach… Continue reading

SPORTS: Chimacum softball ties its best-ever state finish

PASCO -- Chimacum tied its best-ever finish at the 1A state softball tournament after finishing fourth in an 11-10 extra inning loss to Connell on… Continue reading

SPORTS: Chimacum baseball claims third place in state 1A tournament

YAKIMA -- The Chimacum Cowboys team didn't get what they came for. But don't expect them to give back the team's second Class 1A state… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim tennis teams combine for two trophies

SEATTLE ­-- Sequim's girls and boys tennis teams combined for a pair of trophies at the Class 2A state tournament at the University of Washington… Continue reading

SPORTS: Chimacum baseball team claims trophy

YAKIMA -- The Chimacum Cowboys baseball team had no problem rebounding from a Class 1A state semifinal loss on Friday. The Cowboys blasted Cashmere 18-4… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim tennis pair’s hopes dashed at state tourney

SEATTLE -- The Sequim boys doubles tandem of Reed Gunstone and Mallory Maloney had their state title hopes dashed at the Class 2A state tennis… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim’s LaBeaume takes state title in girls shot put

TACOMA -- Sequim High School's Anna LaBeaume claimed a state title in the girls shot put at the Class 2A meet at Mount Tahoma High… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: River fishing opener delayed

THOSE LOOKING TO head out to their favorite hole on Monday better think twice. The state Department of Fish and Wildlife, in its infinite wisdom,… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles rises to 3A softball tournament

PORT ANGELES -- It took one day for first-year coach Buddy Bear to change the culture of Port Angeles softball. "On the first day I… Continue reading

SPORTS: Eastern Washington heat takes toll on Peninsula prep golfers

The scores stayed low in the final round of the Class 1A boys golf state tournament at Columbia Point Golf Club in Richland on Thursday.… Continue reading

SPORTS: Chimacum golfer fifth in state tournament

RICHLAND -- Chimacum's Adam Barrows has seen this before. He just hasn't experienced it first hand. Barrows sits in fifth place out of 80 golfers… Continue reading

SPORTS COMMENTARY: New Port Angeles football coach has more than a plan

DICK ABRAMS HAD more than a plan. He had a book. The former Stanwood head football coach knows exactly what he wants to do with… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Being lucky counts in fishing for flatties

HERE'S A PIECE of advice for this weekend's much-anticipated halibut derby: get lucky. I'm not talking in the Biblical sense, but rather, the piscatorial one.… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Another 200-pounder caught near Protection Island

LIGHTNING MAY NOT strike twice in the same place. When it comes to mammoth halibut, however, that might just be another story altogether. For the… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim wins baseball playoff game 1-0

BREMERTON -- The Sequim Wolves (10-10) picked the right time to start playing efficient baseball, beating Washington 1-0. Sequim, a team plagued by walks and… Continue reading

SPORTS: Clallam to buy Agnew soccer fields

PORT ANGELES -- A $205,500 matching grant from the state Recreation and Conservation Office has enabled Clallam County to purchase the 7.4-acre soccer fields in… Continue reading

SPORTS: Forks shows soccer muscle in must game against La Center

PORT ANGELES -- The Forks Spartans boys soccer team didn't let up this time against La Center. In a game it needed to win to… Continue reading

Monster halibut caught near Port Townsend

It took almost 60 years, but Ray Frederick finally caught the fish of a lifetime. The Silverdale resident has patrolled Puget Sound's saltwater since the… Continue reading

SPORTS: Port Angeles girls take league lead in golf

SEQUIM -- The Port Angeles girls golf team took over the lead for the Olympic League championship after shading previously unbeaten Olympic on Tuesday at… Continue reading

SPORTS: Sequim, Port Townsend can’t top golf juggernaut Olympic

PORT ANGELES -- The Olympic High School boys golf team won the 15th annual Duke Streeter Scramble Tournament on Monday at Peninsula Golf Club. The… Continue reading