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From left, Lincoln Park BMX Track operator Sean Coleman, Marsha Robin and Jason Groves show a check for $2,149 raised by the BMX track and riders fro the Port Angeles Food Bank for hte month of October. The track and riders also raised 360 pounds of food. The top earners were Bennett and Bradan Gray, first place, George Williams, second place and Cholena Morrison, third place.

Lincoln Park BMX track comes through for food bank

From left, Lincoln Park BMX track operator Sean Coleman, Marsha Robin and Jason Groves show a check for $2,149 raised by the BMX track and… Continue reading

 

Peninsula College's Davien Harris-Williams drives against Edmonds on Saturday night. Harris-Williams scored 34 points to help lead the Pirates to a 111-98 win over the Tritons to qualify for the NWAC Tournament. (Jesse Major/for Peninsula Daily News)

COLLEGE SPORTS: NWAC gives student-athletes eligibility waivers

They essentially get an additional year of eligibility due to effects on seasons from pandemic

 

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Port Angeles YMCA classes; BMX results

Youth sports enrichment classes for ages 8 through 12 are being hosted by the YMCA of Port Angeles this month. All classes… Continue reading

The WIAA updated its process for schools and regions to proceed with prep sports later this year.

PREP SPORTS: WIAA sets process for starting prep seasons

The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association on Monday approved a process for regions to determine the status of prep seasons during the 2020-21 season… Continue reading

The WIAA updated its process for schools and regions to proceed with prep sports later this year.
The Frosty Moss Relay is being held Feb. 27 from the Sol Duc River to Blyn.

ADVENTURE SPORTS: Registration open for Frosty Moss Relay

Registration is open for teams running in the Frosty Moss Relay on Feb. 27. Because of an Oct. 6 decision by Gov.… Continue reading

The Frosty Moss Relay is being held Feb. 27 from the Sol Duc River to Blyn.
Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association members trained on Lake Crescent this summer while the association's boathouse was relocated on Ediz Hook.

Youth, master rowers enjoy Lake Crescent summer training

Youth and Master rowers with the Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association (OPRA) recently completed a successful summer of socially distanced training sessions on… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association members trained on Lake Crescent this summer while the association's boathouse was relocated on Ediz Hook.

SPORTS BRIEFS: Lincoln Park BMX results

Piper Williams, Port Angeles, first; Trinity Gaither, Sequim, second; Cholena Morrison,… Continue reading

Stormy Custer of Sequim, a member of Peninsula College's esports team, got her first win of the season last week, beating her Smash Brothers opponent from Iowa Central 4-2.

SPORTS BRIEFS: Sequim’s King, Custer win for PC esports team

The Peninsula College esports team picked up more wins last week, led by Sequim’s Kaulin King and Stormy Custer. King won his… Continue reading

Stormy Custer of Sequim, a member of Peninsula College's esports team, got her first win of the season last week, beating her Smash Brothers opponent from Iowa Central 4-2.
Six students from the Bodystrong Taekwon-do Academy in Sequim recently tested for their black belts in Clackamas, Ore., earlier this month. From left, back row are Master Brandon Stoppani, students Craig Fahrenholtz, Linda Allen and Adrian Golbeck. From left front row are students Aron Golbeck, Hunter Muckley and Jessica Golbeck.

Bodystrong Taekwon-do students earn black belts

Six students from the Bodystrong Taekwon-do Academy in Sequim tested for their black belts in Clackamas, Ore., earlier this month. The Monarch Conference… Continue reading

Six students from the Bodystrong Taekwon-do Academy in Sequim recently tested for their black belts in Clackamas, Ore., earlier this month. From left, back row are Master Brandon Stoppani, students Craig Fahrenholtz, Linda Allen and Adrian Golbeck. From left front row are students Aron Golbeck, Hunter Muckley and Jessica Golbeck.
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The design for the Peninsula Adventure Sports' Olympic Oktoberfest race tshirt to be held Oct. 24.

ADVENTURE SPORTS: Olympic Oktoberfest race goes live

With Gov. Jay Inslee loosening restrictions on outdoor activities, Peninsula Adventure Sports has added a new live event — the Olympic Oktoberfest… Continue reading

The design for the Peninsula Adventure Sports' Olympic Oktoberfest race tshirt to be held Oct. 24.
Sunland Golf & Country ClubSunland Golf & Country Club recently held its 2020 Couples Golf Championship last week with, from left, Dan and Geri O'Claray claiming the Overall Net Championship with a two-round total of 134 strokes and Mike Mullikin and Cyndi Carpine teaming to win the Overall Championship with a two day total of 146 strokes.

GOLF: Sunland crowns couples champions

Three card aces in one week and Pro-Am registration

Sunland Golf & Country ClubSunland Golf & Country Club recently held its 2020 Couples Golf Championship last week with, from left, Dan and Geri O'Claray claiming the Overall Net Championship with a two-round total of 134 strokes and Mike Mullikin and Cyndi Carpine teaming to win the Overall Championship with a two day total of 146 strokes.
Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily NewsSequim's Kalli Wiker, right, gets trapped at the line by Port Angeles' Myra Walker as Walker's teammate Jaida Wood, left, looks on during Thursday's game in Port Angeles.

Guidelines set for return of prep sports

Low infection rates key for allowing fans

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily NewsSequim's Kalli Wiker, right, gets trapped at the line by Port Angeles' Myra Walker as Walker's teammate Jaida Wood, left, looks on during Thursday's game in Port Angeles.

SPORTS BRIEFS: Lincoln Park BMX results from Sunday

Taylor Coleman, Port Angeles, first; Veta Cramer, Des Moines, second; Cholena Morrison, Port… Continue reading

Dee Sweeney (L), Captain, Discovery Bay Women's Golf Club and Katherine Buchanan (R), Captain, Port Townsend Women's Golf Club sitting on the newly installed memorial bench in honor of Naomi and Janie Marcus at Port Townsend Golf Course. (photo below)

GOLF: Port Townsend Golf Course bench honors mother, daughter

The Port Townsend and Discovery Bay women recently honored the passing of two of their golfing members who died earlier this year… Continue reading

Dee Sweeney (L), Captain, Discovery Bay Women's Golf Club and Katherine Buchanan (R), Captain, Port Townsend Women's Golf Club sitting on the newly installed memorial bench in honor of Naomi and Janie Marcus at Port Townsend Golf Course. (photo below)

SPORTS BRIEFS: BMX riders raising funds for Port Angeles Food Bank

Free passes to the YMCA; WIAA launching mental conditioning series

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Select softball tryouts slated

Soccer dribbling skills class at Sequim YMCA