Sport briefs

Wright, Johnston play in all-star game

Sequim High School baseball seniors Brett Wright and Nick Johnston were at the 47th Senior All-Star baseball game in Bremerton on June 4. Johnston got the start for the American squad, going three innings and striking out three.

Wright started the American squad’s three-run rally with an infield single in the fourth inning as the American team toppled the Nationals, 3-2.

Wright was one of five players at the game to be included in the All-State series in Yakima on June 13-14.

Bike camps set

A four-day bike camp for youths ages 10-14 is slated for 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m., June 30-July 3, at the Dungeness River Audubon Center at Railroad Bridge Park. Cost is $100.

Campers will learn the basics of bicycle maintenance and ride the trails around Sequim. Campers travel to various places along the Olympic Discovery Trail and beyond.

Bicycle and helmet are required.

Call 681-4076 or see

Fishing classes at P.C. set

Ron Link leads two non-credit upcoming fishing classes through Peninsula College. Both classes meet at Lincoln Center, 905 W. Ninth St., Port Angeles.

“Fly Fishing for Ladies” meets 6-8 p.m. on Wednesdays and noon-3 p.m. on Saturdays, July 9-Aug. 2. Learn the basics of fly-fishing, tackle and techniques that apply. Course is targeted for women but men are welcome.

No equipment necessary, though students provide transportation. One Saturday field trip included. Cost is $93.50.

“Fishing on the Peninsula” is 6-9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 8, and 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 9. Become familiar with the variety of fishing opportunities available. Saturday is a field trip. Cost is $76.50.

Call 477-7017 for more information or register online at

3-on-3 soccer jamboree is June 21 in Sequim

Sequim’s Albert Haller Fields are home to a three-on-three Soccer Jamboree, set for Saturday, June 21.

The event is open to youths 10-18 years of age and adults.


PA BMX hosts ‘Olympic Day’

Port Angeles BMX hosts a USA-BMX Olympic Day on June 21, with pro Josh Klapman putting on a clinic from noon-2 p.m. (cost is $20).

During races, 15-year-old racers may try their skills against the pro for a money pay-out.

Klapman is a two-time amateur national champion and lives in Port Orchard.


Rowing clinics on tap

The Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association is offering summer rowing clinics for youths ages 12 and older.

The clinics are from 9-11 a.m., Monday-Friday, at 1431 Ediz Hook in Port Angeles, starting June 23 and going each week throughout the summer.

Cost for the weeklong camp is $50. Clinics will be held throughout the summer.

Contact John Halberg for more information at or 460-6525.


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