Area Sports

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The newly elected officers of the Sequim Grey Wolves Softball Club. From left, Treasurer Joel Hecht, President John White, Secretary Annette Hanson and Vice President Lauren Scrafford.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: East Jefferson girls soccer players make all-league teams

The East Jefferson girls soccer team got two players put on the Nisqually League first-team and midfielder/center back Iris Mattern was named… Continue reading

 

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Lincoln Park BMX track operator Sean Coleman, left, talks with track design assistant Colby Groves last year. Coleman was named volunteer of the year by the Washington Festivals and Events Association.

LINCOLN PARK BMX: Track operator Sean Coleman named state Volunteer of the Year

Several years ago, Sean Coleman took his kids out BMX riding and believed the facilities were not good enough in Port Angeles.… Continue reading

 

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The Queen of Angels volleyball team went 7-3 in its inaugural season. From left, rear, are coach Margarita Lee, Kassi Montero-Lee, Helen Fishman, Ella Desser, Keira Headrick and coach Bill Lee. From left, middle, are Jocelyn Kimball, Peyton Smith, Mariah Traband and Ryah DeLeon. In front is Jessica Rodriguez.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Queen of Angels volleyball 7-3 in first season

The Queen of Angels School had its first volleyball team since the school’s opening in 1926, ending the season with a 7-3… Continue reading

 

(Left) The Klahhane Gymnastics bronze team. From left, front, are McKinlee Thomason, CarlyMae Riggs, Paytynn Lindley and Charlotte Nevil. From left, back, are Raeleigh Thomason, Morgan Smith, Lainey DePiro and Harper Waterkotte.
(Right) The Klahhane Gymnastics gold and platinum gymnasts. In the front is Harper Hilliker. From left, middle, are Gracelyn Goss, Raynee Ciarlo, Kira Hartman, Elyse Brown and Scarlett Sullivan. From left, standing, are Daylen Williams and Lucy Spekler.

GYMNASTICS: Klahhane adds team and begins season

The expanded Klahhane Gymnastics teams had a solid start to their season at the Pumpkin Fest Meet at Metropolitan Gymnastics in Kent… Continue reading

(Left) The Klahhane Gymnastics bronze team. From left, front, are McKinlee Thomason, CarlyMae Riggs, Paytynn Lindley and Charlotte Nevil. From left, back, are Raeleigh Thomason, Morgan Smith, Lainey DePiro and Harper Waterkotte.
(Right) The Klahhane Gymnastics gold and platinum gymnasts. In the front is Harper Hilliker. From left, middle, are Gracelyn Goss, Raynee Ciarlo, Kira Hartman, Elyse Brown and Scarlett Sullivan. From left, standing, are Daylen Williams and Lucy Spekler.

West End streams re-open Monday

NO TRICKS, AND mostly a treat starting Monday for anglers looking to get back on West End rivers. Fishing is reopening on most rivers and… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Port Angeles Wrestling Club holds sign-ups

The Port Angeles Wrestling Club will hold a second round of sign-ups from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Old… Continue reading

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Lincoln Park BMX riders who participated in the Benny’s Lap-a-Thon fundraiser helped raise $71,000 for volunteer David "Benny" Benoff.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: $71,000 raised in Lincoln Park BMX fundraiser

The Lincoln Park BMX Park raised $45,164 for the Benny’s Lap-a-Thon fundraiser. Bruch and Bruch Construction matched the lap-a-thon with $25,000 of… Continue reading

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Lincoln Park BMX riders who participated in the Benny’s Lap-a-Thon fundraiser helped raise $71,000 for volunteer David "Benny" Benoff.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Port Angeles Wrestling Club registration

In-person registration for Port Angeles Wrestling Club’s winter season will be held at the club’s new location on the second floor at… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Volleyball league needs more men

The Peninsula Volleyball League gets under way Oct. 25 and there is a need for a few more male players in both… Continue reading

SPORTS BRIEFS: Port Angeles swim team to benefit from ESP Trick or Treat

The third annual Trick or Treat Trail Walk at Extreme Sports Park on Oct. 31 will benefit the Port Angeles swim team.… Continue reading

AREA SPORTS: Peninsula College soccer earns road sweep

Mud drags and tuff trucks Oct. 15-16 in PT

AREA SPORTS: Time change for Pirates soccer doubleheader

Girls basketball registration coming up in Forks

AREA SPORTS: Parks & Rec Junior Hoops registration underway in Jefferson County

Jefferson basketball leagues for Pre-K through 6th grades

A pair of riders take on the high bank of the Lincoln Park BMX track Sunday at the USA BMX Pacific Northwest Gold Cup finals. (Courtesy of USA BMX/Craig Barrette)

BMX: Lincoln Park BMX hosts over 500 racers at Pacific NW Gold Cup finals

The Lincoln Park BMX Track was exceptionally busy all weekend, hosting more than 500 racers from 11 states who competed in nearly… Continue reading

A pair of riders take on the high bank of the Lincoln Park BMX track Sunday at the USA BMX Pacific Northwest Gold Cup finals. (Courtesy of USA BMX/Craig Barrette)

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Sunland golf results released; BMX event coming

Sunland Golf Club held its 2022 Super Seniors club championship this week. Jay Tomlin was the overall club champion with a 158 (79-79),… Continue reading

Lauren Bailey of Port Angeles, left, and Victoria Hall of Sequim run in the GOAT Run half-marathon along the Great Olympic Discovery Trail west of Port Angeles this weekend.
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ADVENTURE SPORTS: Nearly 300 go the distance in the GOAT Run

Neither heat nor smoke were a factor as more than 300 people from 13 states and four countries raced in this year’s… Continue reading

Lauren Bailey of Port Angeles, left, and Victoria Hall of Sequim run in the GOAT Run half-marathon along the Great Olympic Discovery Trail west of Port Angeles this weekend.
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Driver Kyle Patrick and navigator Darryn Todd, the 151 Psycho unlimited class boat go flying into a fence at the Extreme Sports Park outside of Port Angeles this weekend during the second running of the American Spring Boat races. Both driver and navigator were uninjured and returned to race in the finals.

EXTREME SPORTS PARK: Boat goes airborne; no injuries

Driver Kyle Patrick and navigator Darryn Todd, the 151 Psycho unlimited class boat go flying into a fence at the Extreme Sports Park outside of… Continue reading

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Driver Kyle Patrick and navigator Darryn Todd, the 151 Psycho unlimited class boat go flying into a fence at the Extreme Sports Park outside of Port Angeles this weekend during the second running of the American Spring Boat races. Both driver and navigator were uninjured and returned to race in the finals.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Peninsula soccer women ranked No. 1; men No. 4

The Peninsula College women’s soccer team is ranked No. 1 in the latest NWAC coaches poll while the men are ranked No.… Continue reading