Preps

FOOTBALL: Crescent’s Noah Leonard, Quilcene’s Robert Comstock III and Olin Reynolds selected to The Associated Press All-State team

Crescent’s Noah Leonard and Quilcene’s Robert Comstock III and Olin Reynolds were named to The Associated Press’ Class 1B All-State Football Team… Continue reading

GIRLS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Sequim drops from ranks of unbeaten; Port Angeles wins big; Forks edges Chimacum

Sequim entered the fourth quarter tied with North Kitsap, but the Vikings were able to pull away… Continue reading

BOYS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: North Kitsap beats Sequim in showdown for top spot in Olympic League; Port Angeles tames Trojans; Forks beats Chimacum

Sequim suffered its first league loss of the year, hanging tough with North Kitsap in a battle for undisputed first place in the… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP (UPDATED): Port Angeles swimmers top Sequim and more …

The Port Angeles boys swim team recorded four new individual district qualifying times and won eight… Continue reading

Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News Chimacum’s Grace Yaley, 1, and Port Townsend’s Aurin Asbell, 12, fight for control of the ball as Chimacum’s Jada Trafton watches during action in a Friday night game in Port Townsend.

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Chimacum controls rivalry win over Port Townsend

Chimacum showed balance offensively with three players in double figures in scoring as the Cowboys rolled… Continue reading

Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News Chimacum’s Grace Yaley, 1, and Port Townsend’s Aurin Asbell, 12, fight for control of the ball as Chimacum’s Jada Trafton watches during action in a Friday night game in Port Townsend.

BOYS BASKETBALL: Port Townsend shoots lights out in win over rival Chimacum

The power remained on but Port Townsend still shot the lights out in an 87-38 rivalry… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Forks’ Seth Johnson comes up big as Spartans beat Neah Bay

Seth Johnson scored 25 points, including 18 in the third quarter, as Forks edged Neah Bay 57-51 in a nonleague boys basketball… Continue reading

GIRLS BASKETBALL PREVIEW: Sequim superb so far

Graced with size, depth and athletic ability, the Sequim girls basketball team has opened strongly and appears to be in good position to… Continue reading

GIRLS HOOPS ROUNDUP: Sequim’s Julmist posts triple-double in Wolves’ rout of Bremerton

Jayla Julmist posted a triple-double as the Sequim girls basketball team continued its hot… Continue reading

<strong>Mark Krulish</strong>/Kitsap News Group
                                Port Angeles’ Kyle Benedict goes up for a layup while defended by North Kitsap’s Kobe McMillian. Benedict led the Riders with 14 points in a 58-54 loss to the Vikings on Tuesday night in Poulsbo.

BOYS HOOPS ROUNDUP: Rough ending for Roughriders in road loss

North Kitsap’s Kobe McMillian hit a 3-pointer with 12 seconds left in the game to give the Vikings a hard-fought 58-54 win over… Continue reading

<strong>Mark Krulish</strong>/Kitsap News Group
                                Port Angeles’ Kyle Benedict goes up for a layup while defended by North Kitsap’s Kobe McMillian. Benedict led the Riders with 14 points in a 58-54 loss to the Vikings on Tuesday night in Poulsbo.

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Port Angeles finds form in fourth, beats North Kitsap

Port Angeles proved it’s very much a work in progress, but also showed flashes of a vast potential in a 47-39 Olympic… Continue reading

PREP BASKETBALL PREVIEW: Neah Bay girls experienced, primed for success

A deep and youthful Neah Bay girls basketball squad that rolled its way to a 23-4 record and a sixth-place finish at… Continue reading

GIRLS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Chimacum, Port Angeles and Sequim all win big

Chimacum broke out in a big way to pick up its first win of the season, thumping Klahowya 64-29 in the Olympic League… Continue reading

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula’s Tatiana Hagan signs to play for the University of Kentucky

Peninsula Daily News PORT ANGELES – Peninsula College sophomore midfielder Tatiana Hagan signed a national letter of intent Friday to continue her collegiate soccer career… Continue reading

PREP BOYS: Roughriders crush Kingston in league opener

The Roughriders forced 36 turnovers and scored 42 points in the paint in their Olympic League 2A Division opener to sink the… Continue reading

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Port Angeles wrestlers open with two huge dual-meet wins; Roughrider swimmers splash Klahowya

The Port Angeles boys wrestling squad is off to a fantastic start, with wins over their two biggest Olympic League 2A Division… Continue reading

BOYS BASKETBALL: Forks sizzles inside and out in dusting Port Townsend 60-42

Forks head coach Rick Gooding had good things to say about every one of his players as… Continue reading

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Sequim’s Brown resigns, Rapelje steps up to coach Wolves

A few practices and two games into the 2018-2019 season, Larry Brown’s tenure as Sequim High School’s girls basketball… Continue reading

BOYS BASKETBALL PREVIEW: Port Townsend focused on winning Olympic League 1A

It’s back to the basics for the Port Townsend Redhawks boys basketball team. Some of that focus on the fundamentals is by… Continue reading

Patty Reifenstahl
                                Port Angeles’ Cameron Butler earned two state-qualifying times in the Riders’ season-opening swim meet against North Kitsap.

BOYS SWIMMING: Port Angeles’ Butler qualifies for two state events in season-opening meet

The Port Angeles swim team got two first places from Cameron Butler and a first from its 400 freestyle relay… Continue reading

Patty Reifenstahl
                                Port Angeles’ Cameron Butler earned two state-qualifying times in the Riders’ season-opening swim meet against North Kitsap.