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PREP ROUNDUP: Sequim girls basketball roars back to beat Neah Bay

In a battle between two good Olympic Peninsula girls basketball teams, Sequim scored 25 points in the fourth quarter to come from… Continue reading

 

Tyler Hunter, Port Angeles basketball

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Tyler Hunter, Port Angeles boys basketball

The Port Angeles boys basketball team is off to a 2-0 start and averaging 89.5 points a game heading into Olympic 2A League action this… Continue reading

 

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Port Angeles' Isaiah Shamp, right, leans into the defense of Foster's Liam Glanville, left, and Ronnie Toms on Saturday at Port Angeles High School.

PREP BASKETBALL: Roughrider boys overwhelm Foster 92-69

PA girls lose to tall W.F. West squad

 

PREP ROUNDUP: Crescent boys move to 2-0 on the season

The Crescent Loggers boys basketball team moved to 2-0 on the season, getting 24 points and 10 steals from Conner Bauers in a… Continue reading

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Forks Matthew Montes wrestles Cayden Beauregard of Sequim in the Forks Invitational held Saturday. Montes won his match and his 113-pound weight division.

WRESTLING: Forks boys win home tournament

The Forks boys won their season-opening invitational wrestling tournament, edging out Port Angeles, East Jefferson and Sequim. The Spartans finished with 186.5 points… Continue reading

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Forks Matthew Montes wrestles Cayden Beauregard of Sequim in the Forks Invitational held Saturday. Montes won his match and his 113-pound weight division.
Neah Bay's Jodell Wimberley runs with the ball against Liberty Bell in the state 1B football championship game. Neah Bay lost 50-12. (Maria Dorsten/for Peninsula Daily News)
Neah Bay's Jodell Wimberley runs with the ball against Liberty Bell in the state 1B football championship game. Neah Bay lost 50-12. (Maria Dorsten/for Peninsula Daily News)

PREP COLUMN: Today’s the day for Neah Bay

Longtime Forks coach Rick Gooding steps down

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Forks' Landin Davis attempts a layup during a game against North Beach last season. Davis is set to start for the Spartans this season.
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Forks' Landin Davis attempts a layup during a game against North Beach last season. Davis is set to start for the Spartans this season.
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Port Angeles' Isaiah Shamp, left, goes up and over the head of East Jefferson's Stuart Dow on Thursday night in Port Angeles.
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Port Angeles' Isaiah Shamp, left, goes up and over the head of East Jefferson's Stuart Dow on Thursday night in Port Angeles.

AREA SPORTS: Peninsula College hosts First Federal Pirate Classic

Men’s and Women’s basketball tourney runs through Sunday

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Neah Bay head coach Kane Bachelor instructs his players during the Red Devils' 66-14 state quarterfinal win over Wellpinit. 
Neah Bay faces Liberty Bell for the 1B state championship at noon Saturday at Mount Tahoma High School.
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Neah Bay head coach Kane Bachelor instructs his players during the Red Devils' 66-14 state quarterfinal win over Wellpinit. 
Neah Bay faces Liberty Bell for the 1B state championship at noon Saturday at Mount Tahoma High School.
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Forks' Kyra Neel (35) hauls in a rebound in a Class 2B District IV playoff game against Rainier last February at Castle Rock High School. Neel returns as a four-year starter for the Forks varsity.

GIRLS BASKETBALL PREVIEW: Talented trio will lead Forks once again

Keira Johnson, Kadie Wood and Kyra Neel all ready to compete

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Forks' Kyra Neel (35) hauls in a rebound in a Class 2B District IV playoff game against Rainier last February at Castle Rock High School. Neel returns as a four-year starter for the Forks varsity.
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East Jefferson's Alyssa Vandenberg drives to the rim while defended by Annie Wright’s Leah Kearns during a December 2021 game played at Port Townsend High School. Vandenberg, a second-team All-Nisqually League selection last season, returns for the Rivals.
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East Jefferson's Alyssa Vandenberg drives to the rim while defended by Annie Wright’s Leah Kearns during a December 2021 game played at Port Townsend High School. Vandenberg, a second-team All-Nisqually League selection last season, returns for the Rivals.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Tuesday prep games canceled or postponed

Several Tuesday prep basketball games were postponed or canceled because of snow and ice forecast Tuesday night and this morning. Neah Bay… Continue reading

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Neah Bay quarterback Julian Carrick is facemasked by a Liberty Christian defender on one of his big runs Saturday in the state 1B semifinals held at Mount Tahoma High School in Tacoma. Carrick scored six touchdowns as Neah Bay won 82-24. The Red Devils will face Liberty Bell next week in the championship game.

STATE 1B FOOTBALL SEMIFINAL: Neah Bay crushes Liberty Christian

Red Devils will face Liberty Bell in championship tilt

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Neah Bay quarterback Julian Carrick is facemasked by a Liberty Christian defender on one of his big runs Saturday in the state 1B semifinals held at Mount Tahoma High School in Tacoma. Carrick scored six touchdowns as Neah Bay won 82-24. The Red Devils will face Liberty Bell next week in the championship game.
Kaeden Butterfield, Neah Bay football

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Kaeden Butterfield, Neah Bay football

The duo of Julian Carrick and Jodell Wimberley got all the headlines in Neah Bay’s 82-24 state 1B semifinal football victory over Liberty Christian. And… Continue reading

Kaeden Butterfield, Neah Bay football

PIERRE LaBOSSIERE COLUMN: Neah Bay football returns to prominence

Other than navigating a treacherous icy stretch of highway between the Elwha River and Lake Crescent, I really enjoyed going out to Forks last weekend… Continue reading

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The Queen of Angels boys basketball season has gotten off to a 2-1 start this season with wins over Stevens Middle School and Clallam Bay.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Queen of Angeles returns to hosting hoops

After trailing by six points at halftime, the Queen of Angels boys basketball team went on to beat Stevens Middle School 44-30… Continue reading

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The Queen of Angels boys basketball season has gotten off to a 2-1 start this season with wins over Stevens Middle School and Clallam Bay.
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The fledging Port Angeles girls bowling team celebrates its first match, a win over Olympic, on Monday. From left are team members Zoey Van Gordon, Abby Rudd, Izzy Spencer, Kenadie Ring, Taylor Worthington, Violet Mills and Sophie Constant.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Port Angeles bowlers lose a close match with Olympic

The Port Angeles High School bowling team Tuesday traveled to All Star Lanes in Bremerton and was narrowly defeated by Olympic High… Continue reading

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The fledging Port Angeles girls bowling team celebrates its first match, a win over Olympic, on Monday. From left are team members Zoey Van Gordon, Abby Rudd, Izzy Spencer, Kenadie Ring, Taylor Worthington, Violet Mills and Sophie Constant.