Preps

East Jefferson goalkeeper Sorina Johnston, center, saves a shot on goal but trips up Sequim's Taryn Johnson while covering the ball during a game on Wednesday in Chimacum. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

GIRLS SOCCER: East Jefferson on the attack in 4-1 win over injury-depleted Sequim

Shiftlett strikes, Hoffman scores, Mattern adds two insurance goals

 

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East Jefferson’s Stephanie Sanchez, 14, and Tadu Dollarhide, 17, jam up Sequim’s Jenny Gomez, in a Wednesday afternoon game in Chimacum.

PREP ROUNDUP: Roughriders hold Kingston shotless

Port Angeles’ Long scores three goals

 

Port Angeles senior Katelyn Sheldon, center, is joined by her parents Melissa and Jeremy Sheldon after signing a letter of intent to compete for the University of Redlands track and field team. (Michael Carman/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Angeles High School’s Sheldon signs with University of Redlands

Track and field, soccer athlete plans to study pre-med

 

PREP SPORTS: East Jefferson swimmers improve times

The East Jefferson swim team posted its second time trials this weekend at Shore Aquatic Center in Port Angeles. “It’s the little… Continue reading

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Port Angeles cross country runners get off to a team start at Port Townsend on Saturday. From left, are Jayden McLarty, Reid Schmidt, Brian Guttormsen, Jason Gladfelter and Kowen Kasten.

PREP ROUNDUP: Riders dominate Olympic in cross country

Sequim’s Pyeatt and EJ’s Allworth-Miles win

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Port Angeles cross country runners get off to a team start at Port Townsend on Saturday. From left, are Jayden McLarty, Reid Schmidt, Brian Guttormsen, Jason Gladfelter and Kowen Kasten.
North Kitsap defenders tackle Sequim quarterback Kobe Applegate in the first half of the Vikings' 28-0 rout of their Olympic League rivals in Poulsbo on Saturday afternoon. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group

PREP FOOTBALL: Sequim unable to keep up with Vikings

Missing a host of starters on both sides of the ball, Sequim’s Wolves kept the score close with the reigning Olympic League champions… Continue reading

North Kitsap defenders tackle Sequim quarterback Kobe Applegate in the first half of the Vikings' 28-0 rout of their Olympic League rivals in Poulsbo on Saturday afternoon. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group
Forks' Hayden Baker (30) runs the ball against Pe Ell-Willapa Valley on Saturday. (Eric Trent/Daily Chronicle)

PREP FOOTBALL: Spartans shut out Pe Ell-Willapa Valley; Quilcene romps

Forks’ Hayden Baker scored four touchdowns as the Spartans romped over Pe Ell-Willapa Valley 49-0 in an easy road victory. Coach Trevor Highfield… Continue reading

Forks' Hayden Baker (30) runs the ball against Pe Ell-Willapa Valley on Saturday. (Eric Trent/Daily Chronicle)
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Port Angeles' Jaziel Livingston, right, tries to slip around the defense of East Jefferson's Nathan Nisbet on Saturday on the Stevens Middle School athletic field in Port Angeles.
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Port Angeles' Jaziel Livingston, right, tries to slip around the defense of East Jefferson's Nathan Nisbet on Saturday on the Stevens Middle School athletic field in Port Angeles.
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Port Angeles' Millie Long, left, fends off the defense of East Jefferson's Sorina Johnston during the first half of their Saturday match-up at Peninsula College in Port Angeles.

GIRLS SOCCER: Port Angeles warms up, shoots past East Jefferson

Long notches hat trick, Clark adds goal and assist

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Port Angeles' Millie Long, left, fends off the defense of East Jefferson's Sorina Johnston during the first half of their Saturday match-up at Peninsula College in Port Angeles.

PREP ROUNDUP: Sequim volleyball outlasts Port Angeles

The Wolves volleyball team beat a much-improved Port Angeles squad 3-1 in the girls’ third match in three days. Sequim won (25-20, 25-14,… Continue reading

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Port Angeles' Anna Petty, left, is defended by Sequim's Natalya James as Petty passes to teammate Bailee Larson.

GIRLS SOCCER: Port Angeles trips up rival Sequim 2-1

Goals by Reetz and Petty for Riders; Hare for Wolves

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Port Angeles' Anna Petty, left, is defended by Sequim's Natalya James as Petty passes to teammate Bailee Larson.
Forks' Candida-Rose Sandoval, second from left, clears the ball away from the Spartans' net between Ocosta players while Forks goalkeeper Katelynn Wallerstedt looks on. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)

PREP ROUNDUP: Youthful Forks soccer makes strides; Sequim spikers, soccer sweeps Olympic

Forks’ youthful girls soccer squad had trouble catching up to Ocosta’s speed and technique in an 8-0 Pacific League loss at Spartan Stadium… Continue reading

Forks' Candida-Rose Sandoval, second from left, clears the ball away from the Spartans' net between Ocosta players while Forks goalkeeper Katelynn Wallerstedt looks on. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)

MICHAEL CARMAN COLUMN: Return to preps is lifting spirits

A YEAR AND a day. That’s how long it had been since I had last covered a sporting event in person on the North Olympic… Continue reading

PREP ROUNDUP: East Jefferson soccer posts shutout win; PA volleyball improves to 2-0

East Jefferson picked up its first girls’ soccer win in Olympic 2A play, scoring a goal in the sixth minute against Kingston and… Continue reading

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Port Angeles' Millie Long (10) had two goals for the Roughriders Tuesday night against Klahowya in a 3-1 win over a strong team. In the background is the Riders' Paige Mason (15).

PREP GIRLS SOCCER: Port Angeles bounces back in a big way vs. Klahowya

Long nets two goals, Clark scores and adds assist

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Port Angeles' Millie Long (10) had two goals for the Roughriders Tuesday night against Klahowya in a 3-1 win over a strong team. In the background is the Riders' Paige Mason (15).

PREP ROUNDUP: Young Forks soccer team falls to powerhouse Adna

The Forks soccer girls went up against one of the strongest 1B teams in the state and came away holding their heads up,… Continue reading

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Crescent's Brenten Dalton, right, tries to evade Lummi Nation's Jaie Leighton during Satuday's matchup in Joyce.

SMALL SCHOOL FOOTBALL: 1B schools return to the gridiron

The Class 1B football teams have dealt with the same type of scheduling headaches and COVID-19 precautions as their larger North Olympic… Continue reading

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Crescent's Brenten Dalton, right, tries to evade Lummi Nation's Jaie Leighton during Satuday's matchup in Joyce.

PREP ROUNDUP: East Jefferson swimmers post time trials

The East Jefferson girls’ swim team got in its initial time trial at the Shore Aquatic Center in Port Angeles. The team’s… Continue reading

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Quilcene's Bishop Budnek Scampers for a 60-yard touchdown run during a Saturday home game against the Crescent Loggers. In on the play are Crescent's Wyatt Lee (12) and Darren Lee (88).

PREP FOOTBALL: Quilcene, Crescent renew rivalry; Forks nearly knocks off defending champ Onalaska

With small- school football in flux all over the state due to COVID-19 restrictions, just getting an official game together is an accomplishment… Continue reading

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Quilcene's Bishop Budnek Scampers for a 60-yard touchdown run during a Saturday home game against the Crescent Loggers. In on the play are Crescent's Wyatt Lee (12) and Darren Lee (88).
Port Angeles' Jack Gladfelter races in Saturday's dual meet again Sequim on Saturday at Kingston. Gladfelter won the boys' race.

PREP CROSS COUNTRY: Pyeatt, Sequim girls win against PA

In the first showdown of the season between elite cross country runners, Riley Pyeatt of Sequim and Lauren Larson of Port Angeles, Pyeatt… Continue reading

Port Angeles' Jack Gladfelter races in Saturday's dual meet again Sequim on Saturday at Kingston. Gladfelter won the boys' race.