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Sports briefs — Aug. 14, 2019

Nally gets ace No. 3 John Nally of Sequim sank his third lifetime hole-in-one on Aug. 12 at The Cedars at Dungeness. Nally used an… Continue reading

  • Aug 14, 2019

Mountain biking: Steven Johnson leads local riders, wins at Silver Mountain NW Cup

Steven Johnson of Port Angeles won his division at the sixth leg of the Northwest Cup downhill mountain bike races held at Silver Mountain, Idaho,… Continue reading

As part of a special Sequim Wheelers ride event at the Tour de Lavender, Vern Frykholm, left, is piloted by Lanie Cates as they ride away from the George Washington Inn. The Sequim Wheelers are an organization that provides bicycle rides to the elderly and disabled who otherwise couldn’t ride. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley.

Tour de Lavender has biggest turnout yet

Nearly 850 riders joined the Tour de Lavender, which also featured rides for the elderly

As part of a special Sequim Wheelers ride event at the Tour de Lavender, Vern Frykholm, left, is piloted by Lanie Cates as they ride away from the George Washington Inn. The Sequim Wheelers are an organization that provides bicycle rides to the elderly and disabled who otherwise couldn’t ride. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley.

Community scoreboard — Aug. 7, 2019

Golf The Cedars at Dungeness • CADWGA, Bronze Tees, July 27 First division — 1. Marine Hirschfeld, 43; 2. Wanda Synnestvedt, 45; 3. Rohani Higgins,… Continue reading

  • Aug 7, 2019

Photo: Bodystrong Academy athletes compete at national event

A trio of athletes from Sequim’s own Bodystrong Taekwon-do Academy brought back medals from the United States Taekwon-do Federation National Championships held in Denver, Colo.,… Continue reading

  • Aug 7, 2019

Sports briefs — Aug. 7, 2019

CASA golf tourney set for Saturday Friends of Court Appointed Special Advocate, known as CASA, is preparing to host its annual golf tournament Saturday, Aug.… Continue reading

  • Aug 7, 2019
Members of the Storm King Cyclones U13-U14 team celebrate a late goal scored against the TCRT Alliance. They went on to win that match 4-3 in a close game that featured four late goals, then faced TCRT again in the division final, winning the championship in a 5-2 match. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley.

Storm King dominates Dungeness Cup

50 teams turn out for biggest Dungeness Cup yet

Members of the Storm King Cyclones U13-U14 team celebrate a late goal scored against the TCRT Alliance. They went on to win that match 4-3 in a close game that featured four late goals, then faced TCRT again in the division final, winning the championship in a 5-2 match. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley.

Baseball: Crosscutters win wild one, stay alive in state tourney

A one-run victory Monday afternoon kept Olympic Crosscutters in contention at the American Legion A State Tournament at Hanford High School in Richland. The Crosscutters… Continue reading

Community scoreboard — July 31, 2019

Golf The Cedars at Dungeness • CADWGA, Odds Are It, July 9 First division — 1. Rohani Higgins, 34; 2. Marlene Erickson, 37.5 Second division… Continue reading

  • Jul 31, 2019

Explore Sequim farms with annual Tour De Lavender

Tour De Lavender What: Group bike rides (Metric Century or Fun Ride options) to area lavender farms When: 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 4 (check-in,… Continue reading

Fast exit for Wilder Junior at American Legion state tournament

Wilder Junior’s tenure at the American Legion AA State Baseball Tournament was cut short in a 4-0 loss to the Pullman Posse on Sunday, July… Continue reading

PHOTO: Port Angeles’ Wicked Racing sprints to a win

The sun came out and so did sprint boat fans as the race boats made their return to Extreme Sports Park on July 27 —… Continue reading

  • Jul 31, 2019

Rowing: SYBC team competes, places at Poulsbo event

Six Sequim Bay Yacht Club rowers took home honors at the Kitsap Invitational Masters Summer Scrimmage hosted by the Poulsbo-based Kitsap Rowing Association on July… Continue reading

Sports briefs — July 31, 2019

Pickleball tourney set for Aug. 8 The Sequim Picklers will host the Sequim Pickler Round Robin (aka Big Dill) tournament Thursday, Aug. 8, at the… Continue reading

  • Jul 31, 2019
Participants of the 2017 Valley of the Trolls race past Troll Haven in Gardiner. Sequim Gazette file photo by Michael Dashiell.

Valley of the Trolls race welcomes pirates

The fifth annual race will have a pirate theme on August 17

Participants of the 2017 Valley of the Trolls race past Troll Haven in Gardiner. Sequim Gazette file photo by Michael Dashiell.
The Olympic Crosscutters qualified for the American Legion state A tournament this weekend with a weekend sweep over Stanwood. From left, assistant coach Anthony Koeninger, John Vaara, Trenton Indelicato, Colton Reed, Elijah Flodstrom, Parker Nickerson, Dalton Kilmer, assistant coach Nick Johnston, Elisha Dujue, Zane Glassock, Kole Acker, Hunter Robinson, Kellen Garcelon, Tanner Woodley, Nathan Seelye, Logan Urvina and head coach John Qualls.

Baseball: Crosscutters win two, qualify for state tournament

Forced to play in a 17U AA league even though their players were all 16 and under, the Crosscutters still managed to win a few… Continue reading

The Olympic Crosscutters qualified for the American Legion state A tournament this weekend with a weekend sweep over Stanwood. From left, assistant coach Anthony Koeninger, John Vaara, Trenton Indelicato, Colton Reed, Elijah Flodstrom, Parker Nickerson, Dalton Kilmer, assistant coach Nick Johnston, Elisha Dujue, Zane Glassock, Kole Acker, Hunter Robinson, Kellen Garcelon, Tanner Woodley, Nathan Seelye, Logan Urvina and head coach John Qualls.
Liam Barber, number 58 on the left, cycles with Team USA West ID Talent teammate Dernn Iscan in County Clare, Ireland during a stage race of the Junior Tour of Ireland event in July. Submitted photo

Barber cycles with Team USA in Ireland

SHS senior Liam Barber joined Team USA in the Junior Tour of Ireland

Liam Barber, number 58 on the left, cycles with Team USA West ID Talent teammate Dernn Iscan in County Clare, Ireland during a stage race of the Junior Tour of Ireland event in July. Submitted photo
Katelynn Sharpe on her horse Rip It Up after winning a championship in Western Pleasure Walk Jog at the 4-H horse show at the Clallam County Fairgrounds on July 20. Photo submitted.

Neon Riders host 4-H horse show

Last weekend, the Neon Riders 4-H Club hosted a 4-H horse show, both as an individual competition and as preparation for the 4-H competition coming… Continue reading

Katelynn Sharpe on her horse Rip It Up after winning a championship in Western Pleasure Walk Jog at the 4-H horse show at the Clallam County Fairgrounds on July 20. Photo submitted.
Wilder Junior Baseball Club second baseman Michael Grubb, pictured here playing for Sequim High School in March, “tore it up all weekend” at the American Legion AA Area 1 district tournament according to coach Zac Moore. Grubb and the rest of the Wilder Junior squad will head to the state tournament in Yakima on July 27. Sequim Gazette file photo by Michael Dashiell

Wilder Junior going to state

Sequim’s Michael Grubb, Silas Thomas help lead Wilder Junior to state tournament berth.

Wilder Junior Baseball Club second baseman Michael Grubb, pictured here playing for Sequim High School in March, “tore it up all weekend” at the American Legion AA Area 1 district tournament according to coach Zac Moore. Grubb and the rest of the Wilder Junior squad will head to the state tournament in Yakima on July 27. Sequim Gazette file photo by Michael Dashiell

Brasher leaves Sequim soccer legacy

In the past 24 seasons under head coach Dave Brasher, Sequim High’s boys soccer blossomed from a struggling program to a perennial playoff contender. The… Continue reading