Sports: Record pink salmon taken west of Port Angeles

A state record pink salmon was caught near Pillar Point this week, but the fish will never go down in the history books. The 14-pound… Continue reading

Sports: Roughriders lose opener in final seconds

PORT ANGELES -- Shorewood quarterback Shawn Tracy completed a 65-yard pass to Wade Gurnett with 33 seconds remaining, breaking a 14-14 tie and lifting the… Continue reading

Sports: Gold comes to Port Angeles in form of wrestler Bruce Baumgartner

PORT ANGELES -- World-famous wrestler Bruce Baumgartner will get quite the welcome when his plane lands in Port Angeles on Sunday. Baumgartner, one of the… Continue reading

Sports: Sequim All-Stars win state title — “that was for KayDee!”

By Tim Roach SNOQUALMIE -- The Sequim Junior Little League fastpitch team won the state championship thanks to a dramatic two-run home run by Ashley… Continue reading

  • Jul 25, 2003

Sports: Grieving Sequim All-Stars lose first tournament game; play for World Series berth today

SNOQUALMIE -- With the death of a teammate on their minds, the Sequim Junior Little League fastpitch team lost 4-2 Wednesday, the team's first loss… Continue reading

Peninsula Sports: Visiting Kenyan athletes “learning a lot”

A group of Kenyans is finding the North Olympic Peninsula to its liking, and learning an American basketball lesson at the same time. "We are… Continue reading

Sports: Port Angeles High School graduate signs letter of intent with Peninsula College

PORT ANGELES -- Port Angeles High School graduate Allison Crumb tops the growing list of athletes who have recently signed letters of intent to play… Continue reading

Sports: Kenyan teams to compete against Peninsula high school, college players in basketball

By Tim Roach PORT ANGELES -- The national high school basketball champions from Kenya arrived on Saturday to begin playing a two-week series of exhibition… Continue reading

  • Jul 6, 2003

Sports: Halibut season reopens today — will weather cooperate?

NEAH BAY -- Halibut fishing on the North Coast reopens today after more than three weeks of being closed. But the season -- predicted to… Continue reading

Sports: Marathon participants give rave reviews to first North Olympic event

PORT ANGELES -- One of marathon director Larry Little's main goals was to produce a world-class event that attracts runners from across the country. If… Continue reading

Sports: Port Townsend man wins first-ever North Olympic Discovery Marathon

PORT ANGELES -- Port Townsend's Ian Fraser, in only his third marathon, won the first-ever North Olympic Discovery Marathon on Sunday. Fraser, a fast learner… Continue reading

Sports: Hundreds registering for today’s inaugural marathon

PORT ANGELES -- Hundreds of marathon runners were registering for the North Olympic Discovery Marathon and picking up their packets Saturday, filling up area hotels… Continue reading

Sports: Inaugural marathon Sunday

PORT ANGELES -- The North Olympic Peninsula's first marathon is set to start in two days. The first-ever North Olympic Discovery Marathon, an official 26.2-miles… Continue reading

Sports: Crescent track coach resigns

By Tim Roach JOYCE -- Crescent High School track and field coach Darrell Yount resigned his position on Tuesday, citing the need to direct more… Continue reading

  • Jun 12, 2003

Sports: Peninsula College names soccer coach

PORT ANGELES -- Andrew Chapman of Spokane is the new Peninsula College men's head soccer coach. Chapman is a graduate of Eastern Washington University with… Continue reading

Sports: Sekiu Halibut Derby this weekend

Sekiu is the place for halibut and this weekend is the time to try your luck. The eighth annual Sekiu Halibut Derby will be held… Continue reading

Sports: Development plan for Hurricane Ridge, other Olympic National Park sites stirs debate

The driving force behind installing a chairlift at Hurricane Ridge has again voiced its support of such a device. But critics suggest development at Hurricane… Continue reading

Sports: So ya think you’re tough?

BLYN -- Toughman is bringing its act to town, and fighters from the North Olympic Peninsula are still wanted. The average-man (and perhaps woman) fights… Continue reading

Chimacum sports: Cowboys finish fourth in state

YAKIMA -- The Chimacum High School baseball team finished fourth at the 2A state tournament following a 4-2 loss to Lakeside of Nine Mile Falls… Continue reading

Sequim sports: Brabant takes second in two state track events

PASCO -- Sequim High School track star James Brabant took second place in both the 110-meter hurdles and the 300 hurdles to lead the Wolves… Continue reading