Michael Dashiell

Golf: Sequim squads sweep Chimacum, NK

Sequim’s boys and girls golf squads continue to be no match for Olympic League foes on the links. The squads swept Chimacum on March 20… Continue reading

Track & Field: Sequim boys sweep Bucs, Eagles in first league meet

Sequim’s boys passed their first Olympic League test with proverbial flying colors. The Wovles took first in 11 of 17 events and added nine second-place… Continue reading

Weather — March 28, 2018

Weather Date High Low March 20 49 33 March 21 52 37 March 22 45 36 March 23 48 35 March 24 46 33 March… Continue reading

Baseball: Wolves get wild win in extras versus Coupeville

An extra-inning, come-from-behind win helped Sequim get past a tough loss to an opportunistic Olympic squad last week. The Wolves (0-1 in Olympic League play,… Continue reading

Community members express concern about possible marina sale

Though Port of Port Angeles officials were looking to gather comments from stakeholders about an investor’s offer to purchase John Wayne Marina last Friday morning,… Continue reading

Spring sports preview: Club players make up high-skilled Sequim prep squad

Spring sports preview: Boys soccer Head coach: Dave Brasher (23nd year) 2017 finish: 7-8-2 (6-6-0, tied for fourth in Olympic League) Top returning players: Mathew… Continue reading

Spring sports preview: Revamped lineup looks to take Sequim fastpitch back to state

Spring sports preview: Fastpitch Head coach: Tim Lusk (second year) 2017 finish: 14-12 (8-4, second in Olympic League); 3-3 in playoffs; 0-2 at state 2A… Continue reading

Track & Field: Strong start for Sequim tracksters at PA Invite

If their first meet is any indication, Sequim’s boys are going to be hard to catch on the track. The Wolves took first place in… Continue reading

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Spring sports preview — SHS boys golf 2017 finish: 9-0 (Olympic League champions); four players to state; ninth place at state 2A tournament Head coach:… Continue reading

Clallam’s League of Women Voters celebrates 50 years with schoolhouse event

‘Shattered Ceilings’ drama highlights LWV’s 50th anniversary Presented by the League of Women Voters of Clallam County, “Shattered Ceilings” is a dramatic performance that celebrates… Continue reading

Men’s basketball: Pirates top Cougars, Clippers for Final Four berth

March Madness, Northwest style. With a pair of NWAC tourney wins, the Peninsula Pirates are moving on to the conference’s own Final Four. Peninsula (21-10)… Continue reading

Spring sports preview/Baseball: Wolves look to senior, freshmen class for diamond wins

Spring sports preview: Baseball Head coach: Dave Ditlefsen (13th year) 2017 finish: 14-7 (7-4, third in Olympic League); 2-2 at West Central District tournament Top… Continue reading

Spring Sports Preview/Girls Tennis: Freshmen bolster competitive Wolves squad

Spring sports preview: Girls tennis Head coach: Mark Textor (2009-2013, 2003-2007) 2017 finish: 9-4 (third in Olympic League 2A); one doubles team to state tourney… Continue reading

Spring Sports Preview/Track & Field: Junior class leads way for Sequim boys

Spring sports preview: Track & Field Head coach: Brad Moore (24th year) 2017 finish: Boys — 11-1, 7-0 in Olympic League; fourth at league meet,… Continue reading

Top tumbler finds groove on Olympic Peninsula

For a middle-schooler who’s already traveled much of the country thanks to her U.S. Coast Guard family, the half-hour-plus commute for Alex Schmadeke to her… Continue reading

Basketball: SHS Staff Takes on Seniors

The students may have received the funds but the staff got the last laugh. Sequim High School’s teachers and other staffers knocked off their younger… Continue reading

Prep sports: Glasser siblings headline Wolves’ all-league picks

Their season ended a couple of games short of the state tournament, but Sequim’s Payton Glasser and teammate Nate Despain have some postseason hardware to… Continue reading

Library board votes to consider all-new construction

If the community agrees to back the effort, the Sequim Library will be getting a significant makeover in coming years. On Feb. 22, the North… Continue reading

OPAA offers scholarships for students pursuing art careers

Each year the Olympic Peninsula Art Association offers scholarships to students interested in pursuing a career in visual arts, art education, or commercial art. The… Continue reading

Reandeau Stipe selected Sequim’s Citizen of Year

Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year, past winners 1968 — Peter Black 1969 — Carl Klint 1970 — Virginia Keeting 1971 —… Continue reading