Sports briefs – Nov. 11, 2017

Anglers set meeting The next monthly meeting of Puget Sound Anglers-North Olympic Peninsula Chapter is set for Thursday, Nov. 16, at Trinity United Methodist Church,… Continue reading

  • Nov 15, 2017

85 miles on No. 85: Milliman running to raise funds for Sequim Food Bank

“The big thing about ultra distance running is,” Chuck Milliman says, “you’re on your feet a long time. You don’t worry about pace.” With plenty… Continue reading

Community Scoreboard — Nov. 8, 2017

Basketball Port Angeles Parks & Recreation men’s league • Nov. 5 Peterson Rebar Placement 81, Olympic Delivery Service Cougars 9. Leading scorers — Peterson: Woody… Continue reading

  • Nov 8, 2017

Cross country: Wolves take 16th at state 2A final

The challenge at the state 2A cross country meet in Pasco on Saturday proved to be a tough one for Sequim’s boys squad, who finished… Continue reading

Football: Big plays leads Fife over Sequim

Everything about Sequim’s West Central District match-up with Fife on Friday was big, from what was on the line (a state 2A tourney berth) to… Continue reading

Girls swim: Two relays set for state

A small team swam to some big results at districts last weekend. Sequim girls finished eighth overall at the West Central Districts swim and dive… Continue reading

Local rowers host scrimmage to honor Halberg

The Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association recently celebrated its 10th anniversary by holding its very first John Halberg Memorial Scrimmage. Rowers from all OPRA programs —… Continue reading

  • Nov 8, 2017

Men’s soccer: Walla Walla edges Pirates out of NWAC tourney

In the end, the match came down to a crossbar and a ball that trickled inches over the goal line. Wednesday’s Northwest Athletic Conference first… Continue reading

  • Nov 8, 2017

Sequim tops Port Angeles in PKs to take 2017 Super Cup

Bragging rights and the trophy for this cross-peninsula rivalry is back in Sequim hands. Penalty kicks decided the third-annual Super Cup on Oct. 27, with… Continue reading

Sports briefs — Nov. 8, 2017

Hoops tryouts set Sequim Youth Basketball hosts registration for the upcoming basketball season for boys and girls in grades K-4, with registration set for Saturday,… Continue reading

  • Nov 8, 2017

Volleyball: Sequim falls short of state tourney berth

A third consecutive trip to state wasn’t in the proverbial cards for Sequim this fall. After an opening win against Steilacoom, the Wolves ran into… Continue reading

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Peninsula College cruises to semifinals as Pirates improve to 19-0-0

In control throughout, the Peninsula College women’s soccer team knocked off Lane 3-0 in a Northwest Athletic Conference quarterfinal Saturday, Nov. 4, at Wally Sigmar… Continue reading

Annual gear swap, ski/snowboard film screening set for Nov. 4

Are you ready for the winter sports season? The Outdoor Gear Swap is set for noon-3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, at the Vern Burton Community… Continue reading

Boys tennis: Hughes, Wiker net state berth

All the hard work for doubles duo Thomas Hughes and Blake Wiker have paid off. Now they’re getting some time off. The Sequim doubles partners… Continue reading

Community Scoreboard — Nov. 1, 2017

Golf The Cedars at Dungeness • Men’s Club, Stableford Competition, Oct. 25 First flight — Gross: 1. Ron Sather, 32. Net: 1. Jim Jaqubino, 40;… Continue reading

Cross country: Wolves’ boys take third at districts, move on to state

They may have lost one of their top runners in the offseason, but a resilient Sequim Wolves’ boys cross country squad is headed back to… Continue reading

Football: Wolves batter Bucs in prep for postseason

at Sequim 48, Kingston 6 Kingston 0 0 6 0 — 6 Sequim 8 8 22 10 — 48 Scoring: First quarter S — Velarde… Continue reading

Girls soccer: Wolves finish season with a win

Following a banner year, the Wolves’ girls soccer team just missed out on a return trip to districts. Sequim finished its regular season on Oct.… Continue reading

Girls swim: Wolves look for state spots at districts this weekend

Another strong year for Sequim’s girls swim team means another large contingency of Wolves at districts. In total, 14 girls will compete or travel as… Continue reading

Sports Briefs — Nov. 1, 2017

Free boating clinic set The North Olympic Sail & Power Squadron will offer “Emergency Medical Calls,” a free clinic for boaters set for 10 a.m.-noon… Continue reading