Area Sports

SPORTS BRIEFS: Sunday’s Lincoln Park BMX results

Results of the 2020 Drive for a Cure 18-hole scramble

 

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Basketball bubble awaits returning Peninsula College players

Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce meeting features Pirates women’s basketball coach, men’s head coach

 

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Motorcycle race series planned

Hurricane Ridge partners with 54 other ski areas on Indy Pass

GOLF: Freeman returns, claims Pirate golf title

About $7,500 raised for athletic scholarships

SPORTS BRIEFS: Archery raffle to benefit Caylen Phegley; state parks free day planned

A compound bow raffle to raise funds for medical expenses for Olympic Peninsula fishing and hunting guide Caylen Phegley is underway. Phegley… Continue reading

GOLF: Port Townsend pro claims state tourney title

Plus more golf news from around the Peninsula

PREPS: Fall seasons officially pushed to spring 2021

Cross country, boys tennis join girls swim and dive in season 3

PREP SPORTS: All fall sports for Olympic League moved to spring

All fall prep sports for the Olympic League have now been postponed to late December at the earliest due to the COVID-19 pandemic.… Continue reading

TRACK AND FIELD: Port Angeles’ Sheedy claims virtual world decathlon title

Longtime Port Angeles track and field coach Bob Sheedy recently reached the top of the virtual podium, winning the decathlon in 75-to-79… Continue reading

GOLF: Memorial tourney set for longtime Chimacum coach

Also: Pirate Athletics Golf Tournament slated for Aug. 29

About 30 hardy cyclists from the Victoria area came across on the early Coho ferry Monday to ride up to the top of Hurricane Ridge on Canada Day, the anniversary of the 1867 effective date of the country’s constitution. The cyclists make the round trip in about 4 hours in time for the return ferry ride back home, including this group on First St. in Port Angeles. The yearly trek has been happening for about 20 years and is organized only by word of mouth through various cycle shops in the greater Victoria area.

Annual Ride the Hurricane set for Sunday

Hurricane Ridge will be temporarily closed to motor vehicle traffic

About 30 hardy cyclists from the Victoria area came across on the early Coho ferry Monday to ride up to the top of Hurricane Ridge on Canada Day, the anniversary of the 1867 effective date of the country’s constitution. The cyclists make the round trip in about 4 hours in time for the return ferry ride back home, including this group on First St. in Port Angeles. The yearly trek has been happening for about 20 years and is organized only by word of mouth through various cycle shops in the greater Victoria area.

PREPS: With no fall football or volleyball, Crescent eyes cross country

Class 1B schools were mostly left out last week when the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association announced its plan to hold four prep sports… Continue reading

GOLF: Tisdale, Osterberg win Peninsula Men’s Club

Jade Tisdale shot a 1-over-par 145 to win the 2020 Men’s Club Championship by nine strokes at the Peninsula Golf Club this… Continue reading