Klahhane gymnasts and brothers Liam and Conor DeWolf both won all-around state championships earlier this month in Vancouver. (Courtesy photo)

MEN’S GYMNASTICS: Klahhane brothers all-around state champs

Brothers Conor DeWolf, 16, and Liam DeWolf, 14, both won first place in the all-around competition at the Level 9 Junior Nationals Division… Continue reading

Klahhane gymnasts and brothers Liam and Conor DeWolf both won all-around state championships earlier this month in Vancouver. (Courtesy photo)
Wings Up defeated the fall league champion I’d Hit That earlier this month 3-0 (25-18, 25-17, 28-26) to win the Peninsula Volleyball League’s Winter League A Division championship at Peninsula College. Wings Up, made up of players mostly from the Sequim area, finished the regular season atop the standings with an 8-1 record before advancing through the playoffs. Set For Life placed third. From left, back row, are Ben Cowan, Cody Cowan and Jared Fodge. From left, front row, are Tayler Breckenridge, Brittney Gale and Tristen Myers. Not pictured is Allie Gale. (Peninsula College)

 
 

Photo (L-R) Ben Cowan, Cody Cowan, Jared Fodge

Tayler Breckenridge, Brittney Gale, Tristen Myers

Not pictured: Allie Gale

PENINSULA VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE: Wings up, Chewblocka champions and A and B leagues

(Top) Wings Up defeated the fall league champion I’d Hit That earlier this month 3-0 (25-18, 25-17, 28-26) to win the Peninsula Volleyball League’s Winter… Continue reading

Wings Up defeated the fall league champion I’d Hit That earlier this month 3-0 (25-18, 25-17, 28-26) to win the Peninsula Volleyball League’s Winter League A Division championship at Peninsula College. Wings Up, made up of players mostly from the Sequim area, finished the regular season atop the standings with an 8-1 record before advancing through the playoffs. Set For Life placed third. From left, back row, are Ben Cowan, Cody Cowan and Jared Fodge. From left, front row, are Tayler Breckenridge, Brittney Gale and Tristen Myers. Not pictured is Allie Gale. (Peninsula College)

 
 

Photo (L-R) Ben Cowan, Cody Cowan, Jared Fodge

Tayler Breckenridge, Brittney Gale, Tristen Myers

Not pictured: Allie Gale

PREP BASEBALL: Rivals get solid pitching, but lose to Cascade Christian

The East Jefferson baseball team got an outstanding performance this weekend from Brody Moore and Peter Giddens, but could only manage one hit… Continue reading

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PREP SOCCER: [Updated] Port Angeles, East Jefferson both lose to Olympic

The Port Angeles boys soccer team got off to a good start against Olympic, but two second-half goals from the Trojans were… Continue reading

Port Angeles Roughriders
Gonzaga forward Anton Watson (22) dunks against Kansas during the second half of a second-round college basketball game in the NCAA Tournament in Salt Lake City, Saturday, March 23, 2024. (AP Photo/Isaac Hale)

NCAA TOURNAMENT: What under-Bulldog? Gonzaga knocks off Kansas

Washington State’s run ends against powerful Iowa State

Gonzaga forward Anton Watson (22) dunks against Kansas during the second half of a second-round college basketball game in the NCAA Tournament in Salt Lake City, Saturday, March 23, 2024. (AP Photo/Isaac Hale)
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Sequim’s Bryant LaBoy laces a single into left field during the Wolves’ loss to North Kitsap on Thursday.

DIAMOND ROUNDUP: North Kitsap too strong for Sequim

Reid hits 2 homers in Riders’ win

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Sequim’s Bryant LaBoy laces a single into left field during the Wolves’ loss to North Kitsap on Thursday.

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Rider golfers bounce back with low rounds vs. Bremerton

East Jefferson boys soccer plays well in tie with Klahowya

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Port Angeles shortstop Alex Angevine, left, catches Olympic's Landon Nicholson on a second base steal attempt for an out during Thursday's game at Port Angeles Civic Field.

PREP BASEBALL: Roughriders’ comeback falls short

PA had rough game but still nearly pulls out victory over Olympic

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Port Angeles shortstop Alex Angevine, left, catches Olympic's Landon Nicholson on a second base steal attempt for an out during Thursday's game at Port Angeles Civic Field.
Members of 7 Cedars celebrate a Peninsula Basketball League title on March 17. Pictured are (from left) Jim Halberg, Dan Horton, Andrew Halberg, Dru Clark, Kyle Benedict, team captain Kasey Ulin, Gabe Long and Garrett Edwards.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: 7 Cedars Casino wins men’s league hoops championship

Led by Jim Halberg’s 21 points and 16 from Dan Horton, 7 Cedars Casino topped Black… Continue reading

Members of 7 Cedars celebrate a Peninsula Basketball League title on March 17. Pictured are (from left) Jim Halberg, Dan Horton, Andrew Halberg, Dru Clark, Kyle Benedict, team captain Kasey Ulin, Gabe Long and Garrett Edwards.
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Forks goalkeeeper Juan Terrones makes a close save on a shot attempt by Montesano's Felix Romero during the Spartans' 3-1 loss to the Bulldogs on Wednesday night.

PREPS: Forks boys soccer can’t tame Bulldogs

Forks knotted the score after halftime but couldn’t find any more offense as Montesano wrestled away a 3-1 Evergreen League boys soccer victory… Continue reading

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Forks goalkeeeper Juan Terrones makes a close save on a shot attempt by Montesano's Felix Romero during the Spartans' 3-1 loss to the Bulldogs on Wednesday night.
Ryana Moss

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Moss wins another MVP

The accolades keep rolling in for Neah Bay’s Ryana Moss. Moss, a two-time state champion basketball player for Neah Bay, has already… Continue reading

Ryana Moss

PREP ROUNDUP: Sequim boys soccer plays well, just can’t score in road opener

Sequim controlled the match but couldn’t break through and score against a stacked defense in a 1-0 Olympic League boys soccer loss to… Continue reading

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Port Angeles' Heidi Leitz tries to steal second base against the Bremerton Knights, but was called out on this play. The Roughriders won 11-1, ending the game on a walkoff two-run home run by Natalie Robinson.

PREP SOFTBALL: Riders end game on walkoff HR by Robinson

Sequim loses in wild slugfest with Bainbridge

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Port Angeles' Heidi Leitz tries to steal second base against the Bremerton Knights, but was called out on this play. The Roughriders won 11-1, ending the game on a walkoff two-run home run by Natalie Robinson.
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Port Angeles pitcher Colton Romero has thrown two straight no hitters.

PREP BASEBALL ROUNDUP: Romero throws second straight no-hitter

Roughriders improve to 5-0 on the season

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Port Angeles pitcher Colton Romero has thrown two straight no hitters.
Port Angeles pitcher Rylan Politika in 2023 pitching at Civic Field. Politika and Brandt Perry combined for a two-hitter Monday against Bremerton. (KEITH THORPE/PENINSULA DAILY NEWS)
Port Angeles pitcher Rylan Politika in 2023 pitching at Civic Field. Politika and Brandt Perry combined for a two-hitter Monday against Bremerton. (KEITH THORPE/PENINSULA DAILY NEWS)
Neah Bay’s Ryana Moss, left, was named the 1B/2A all-state game MVP, while Allie Heino of Mount Vernon Christian was named the 1B MVP. (Courtesy photo)

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL: [Updated] Neah Bay’s Ryana Moss MVP of all-state game and co-MVP for 1B hoops

The accolades keep coming for Neah Bay’s Ryana and Cherish Moss. Ryana Moss was named the 1B/2B All-State girls basketball game most valuable… Continue reading

Neah Bay’s Ryana Moss, left, was named the 1B/2A all-state game MVP, while Allie Heino of Mount Vernon Christian was named the 1B MVP. (Courtesy photo)
Chris Hartman of the Olympic Peninsula Frosty Moss relay team Sub Alpine Tees passes the relay stick off to teammate Chris Cummings as the rest of Sub Alpine team members cheer him on. Sub Alpine Tees was one of 61 relay teams to compete. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

PENINSULA ADVENTURE SPORTS: Frosty Moss was anything but frosty this year

60 teams compete in the big race, another 18 in the Mini Moss

Chris Hartman of the Olympic Peninsula Frosty Moss relay team Sub Alpine Tees passes the relay stick off to teammate Chris Cummings as the rest of Sub Alpine team members cheer him on. Sub Alpine Tees was one of 61 relay teams to compete. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)
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Port Angeles' Faerin Tait runs the hurdles in the Roughriders home track meet Monday at Port Angeles High School. Tait won the 100 and 300 hurdles and the 200-meter sprint.

TRACK AND FIELD: Port Angeles boys win season opener

Nickerson wins four events; Tait three for girls

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Port Angeles' Faerin Tait runs the hurdles in the Roughriders home track meet Monday at Port Angeles High School. Tait won the 100 and 300 hurdles and the 200-meter sprint.