Sports

Sports briefs — April 24, 2019

Run ODT at Railroad Bridge 5k/10k The Railroad Bridge 5k/10k — part of the 2019 Run the Peninsula Road Race Series series — is set… Continue reading

  • Apr 24, 2019

Wolf of the Week: Paul Jacobsen

Class: Junior Team: Sequim High boys golf Head coach: Bill Shea Reason for selection: “Paul shot the low round of the day with a 2-over-par… Continue reading

Baseball: Big innings lead Sequim to league wins

Olympic League standings (as of April 14) Team Lg. Over. Port Angeles 6-0 9-3 North Kitsap 5-1 9-4 Sequim 4-2 8-4 North Mason 3-3 6-6… Continue reading

Basketball: Sequim’s Despain stays on peninsula, to play for PC Pirates

All-league guard Nate Despain of Sequim is keeping it local. Peninsula College announced last week that Despain has signed to play for the Pirates next… Continue reading

Boys soccer: Wolves remain unbeaten with wins over Riders, Knights

Olympic League standings (as of April 15) Team Lg. Over. Sequim 8-0-0 8-0-2 Port Angeles 6-2-0 7-2-0 North Kitsap 5-2-0 5-3-1 Bremerton 3-5-0 5-5-1 North… Continue reading

Community scoreboard — April 17, 2019

Basketball Port Angeles Parks & Recreation women’s league • April 9 Elwha Fire & Ice 46, Cedars at Dungeness 44 (OT). Leading scorers — Elwha:… Continue reading

  • Apr 17, 2019

Equestrian sports: Sequim team posts strong finishes at second meet

The Sequim Equestrian Team brought home more than 20 top-10 placings from its second meet of the season, held April 4-7 in Elma. The meet… Continue reading

Fastpitch: Trojans rally late, edge Wolves

Olympic League standings (as of April 14) Team Lg. Over. North Kitsap 4-1 6-3 Olympic 4-1 9-3 Port Angeles 4-1 5-4 Sequim 3-2 5-3 North… Continue reading

Girls tennis: Wolves rout Eagles, stay perfect on season

Olympic League standings (as of April 14) Team Rec. Sequim 9-0 North Kitsap 10-1 Olympic 6-2 Port Angeles 5-3 Kingston 4-5 North Mason 5-6 Chimacum… Continue reading

Golf: Sequim boys lock up Olympic League title with sweep

Olympic League Boys standings (as of April 16) Team Lg. Sequim 8-0 Olympic 6-2 Klahowya 5-1 Port Angeles 4-3 Chimacum 3-3 North Mason 3-4 Port… Continue reading

Sequim Little League hosts opening ceremony, player parade

Sequim’s Little Leaguers held a parade, chomped some hot dogs and adorned snazzy new hats before the rain hit hard on Saturday. Volunteers for Sequim… Continue reading

Sports briefs — April 17, 2019

Roller derby set for Saturday Port Scandalous Roller Derby takes on The Dockyard Derby Dames (Tacoma) in women’s roller derby action from 6-8 p.m. Saturday,… Continue reading

  • Apr 17, 2019

Track and Field: SHS sweeps Trojans, Redhawks at second home meet

On one of the bigger stages they’ll take this season, Sequim’s boys track squad showed it can compete with schools of any size. With some… Continue reading

Wolf of the Week: Johnnie Young

Class: Senior Team: Sequim High baseball Head coach: Dave Ditlefsen Reason for selection: “Johnnie went 6-for-10 this week with three doubles and five RBIs to… Continue reading

MOUNTAIN BIKING: Two young local riders win at Sunday’s NW Cup

They came from as far away as the cold of Quebec and Vermont and the balmy deserts of Southern California. They even came from as… Continue reading

Sequim AAU hoops squad takes state title

With a four-game sweep of their foes in Spokane in mid-March, Sequim’s fifth grade select AAU boys basketball squad has earned a spot in a… Continue reading

Boys soccer: Funston goal, solid defense lead Sequim to 1-0 win over Port Angeles

In their first meeting, it took an offensive barrage to bring Sequim back from a three-goal deficit. This time around, the Wolves weren’t about the… Continue reading

Sequim’s Schmadeke earns state gymnastics title

With her family moving from one Washington to another, young Alex Schmadeke made a lasting final impression on the state youth gymnastics scene. Schmadeke, a… Continue reading

Sequim equestrians compete in first district meet

With the winter snow finally cleared away, the Sequim Equestrian Team and other District 4 teams kicked off the competition portion of their 2019 seasons… Continue reading

College basketball: PC picks Rollman to lead Pirate men

An interim head coach who hit the proverbial ground running to take Peninsula College’s men’s basketball team to the NWAC tourney in his first year,… Continue reading