Michael Dashiell

Boys swimming: Sequim swims past Port Angeles for season’s first win

It was not quite a once-in-a-generation victory, but not that far off. A spirited Sequim swim squad posted their first victory of the season last… Continue reading

Girls basketball: PA erupts in second half, stifles Sequim

Sequim’s newest chapter of their rivalry with Port Angeles was a tale of two halves. Unfortunately for the Wolves, it didn’t include a happy ending.… Continue reading

Gymnastics: Sequim-PA squad takes second at home meet

A strong effort from the Wolves and Roughriders in their lone home meet of the season helped them to a second place finish out of… Continue reading

Men’s basketball: Pirates stun Shoreline, fall in OT to Trojans

That’s the way to start off the conference slate. Peninsula’s Pirates weren’t about to get upset in their conference opener to a struggling Shoreline team… Continue reading

Women’s basketball: Everett rolls past Peninsula in Pirates’ conference opener

Already off to a rocky start thanks to a spate of injuries, Peninsula’s women’s basketball squad saw a tough test in its conference season opener… Continue reading

Sequim High School jazz band, Stardust Big Band reunite for dinner-dance event

The Sequim High School Band Boosters host their annual Jazz Dinner Dance on Saturday, Jan. 13, with SHS jazz members joining featured guest Stardust Big… Continue reading

A glass act: Local finds burgeoning business, art career in glass-blowing

Molten Momma’s Hot Shop, glassblowing hot shop Avaialble for: private events, workshops, tours Contact 360-808-3075 On the web: www.facebook.com/moltenmommashotshop The best laid plans sometimes end… Continue reading

2017: The Year in Sports

From the hardwood to the gridiron, from the track and field to fairways and soccer pitches, Sequim athletes and coaches were busy setting records and… Continue reading

Boys basketball: Wolves bounce Bucs, fall to Vikings

The shots weren’t falling, but Sequim used some muscle and elbow grease to make sure they didn’t let a chance to win a league game… Continue reading

Boys swimming: Wolves posts plenty of PRs in loss to Olympic

Never mind the scoreboard: Sequim’s swimmers have more postseason plans. The Wolves posted eight district meet-qualifying marks and more than a dozen personal bests in… Continue reading

Girls basketball: Sequim slips in league games vs. NK, Kingston

Make that a pair of wins from the visitors from northern Kitsap County. Sequim’s Wolves dropped a pair of Olympic League games at home last… Continue reading

Men’s basketball: Pirates start new year with rout of Highline’s Thunderbirds

Home, sweet home. Peninsula’s men got a big win — their third consecutive victory — with an 86-61 trouncing of visiting Highline on Jan. 4.… Continue reading

Sequim Education Foundation puts funding spotlight on students via teacher grants

The Sequim Education Foundation is getting more of a foundation in its aim to help students in Sequim classrooms. For years the foundation has supported… Continue reading

2017: The Year in Review

In the past year Sequim seemed to see it all, from a booming housing market to major road and trail projects beginning and ending, athletic… Continue reading

Men’s basketball: Pirates go 2-1 at Clackamas Holiday Invite

North Region standings* (as of Jan. 1) Team Rec. Everett 12-3 Edmonds 11-3 Olympic 9-2 Bellevue 9-3 Peninsula 9-5 Whatcom 6-7 Skagit Valley 5-7 Shoreline… Continue reading

Women’s basketball: Pirates break into win column, clobber Clark

North Region standings* (as of Jan. 1) Team Rec. Everett 10-3 Bellevue 9-6 Whatcom 5-6 Olympic 3-7 Skagit Valley 3-8 Edmonds 3-9 Shoreline 0-4 Peninsula… Continue reading

Cannon Cummins snowboards at Hurricane Ridge on Dec. 4, 2016. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Time to hit Hurricane Ridge for skiing, snowshoeing and more

With the holidays upon us, it’s a good time to get out of the house and check out the snow at the Hurricane Ridge Winter… Continue reading

Cannon Cummins snowboards at Hurricane Ridge on Dec. 4, 2016. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Men’s basketball: Pirates go 2-1 at Tacoma tournament

North Region standings* (as of Dec. 24) UPDATE UPDATE Team Rec. Everett 10-2 Edmonds 9-2 Olympic 8-2 Bellevue 8-3 Peninsula 7-4 Whatcom 6-6 Skagit Valley… Continue reading

Women’s basketball: PC seeking first win after Centralia tourney sweep

North Region standings* (as of Dec. 24) UPDATE UPDATE Team Rec. Everett 9-1 Bellevue 7-5 Whatcom 5-6 Skagit Valley 3-5 Edmonds 3-6 Olympic 3-7 Shoreline… Continue reading

Carols and cheer from Greywolf youths to Sequim Seniors

Christmas came a bit early to Avamere Olympic Rehabilitation of Sequim, as Greywolf Elementary School fifth-graders make a stop to say hi, sing holiday carols… Continue reading