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Prep sports: Pyeatt picks Abilene Christian

Riley Pyeatt has been running down her dream of an NCAA Division I scholarship on Sequim’s track and trails for years now, and all the… Continue reading

 

Peninsula’s Jonathan DeMotta barrels over Rogue’s Jose Gallegos on Nov. 6 at Wally Sigmar field in Port Angeles. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Men’s soccer: Rogue squad upsets defending NWAC champs

A dream start for Rogue turned into a nightmare finish for the Peninsula College men as the Pirates, defending NWAC champions, were ousted from the… Continue reading

 

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Women’s socce: Peninsula dominates Pierce, earn Final Four berth

Three former North Olympic prep soccer stars scored goals as the Peninsula College women breezed to the NWAC tournament semifinals with a 4-0 win over… Continue reading

 

Football: Wolves fall to Trojans in season finale

The Wolves wrapped their season with a 56-0 loss to the Trojans in a downpour on Oct. 28. Sequim finished the season with a record… Continue reading

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Men’s soccer: PC works together, earns win in playoff atmosphere

Peninsula College scored early and defended well late in a 2-0 men’s soccer shutout of Skagit Valley that effectively served as postseason preparation for the… Continue reading

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Volleyball: Wolves edge Bucs, rout Bulldogs

Sequim overcame its own small roster and a second-set serving “meltdown” to get past Kingston 3-1 (25-14, 21-25, 25-19, 25-23) in an Olympic League volleyball… Continue reading

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Girls soccer: Bainbridge edges Wolves in PKs

Despite seeing a halftime lead slip away, Sequim’s girls soccer team eked out an important point in a 2-1 (4-1) penalty-kick shootout loss to Class… Continue reading

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Volleyball: Wolves fall to Spartans, top Knights

Sequim volleyball coach Jennie Webber Heilman put her squad’s performance in a 25-16, 25-16, 25-16 sweep by the Spartans on Sept. 21 in plain terms.… Continue reading

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Wolves edge Riders in Rainshadow Rumble renewal

Starting centers usually don’t switch positions from week-to-week, especially to debut at quarterback as an underclassmen in a rivalry game in wet weather. But Sequim… Continue reading

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College soccer: Peninsula men cycle past Tacoma in NWAC Championship rematch

An acrobatic early goal from sophomore Nicolas Hernandez and a stoppage- time penalty kick lifted the Peninsula College men to a 2-0 non-league win over… Continue reading

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Girls soccer: Riders ride free kicks to rivalry win

By her own admission, Teagan Clark’s skill and touch on free kick attempts isn’t honed by thousands of offseason repetitions in the vein of a… Continue reading

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Volleyball: Wolves top Roughriders in 4 games

Sequim and Port Angeles battled back and forth in a rivalry volleyball match on Sept. 9, with the Sequim Wolves coming out on top 3-1… Continue reading

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Sprint boats return to Port Angeles for second try at ESP

Racing runs from 10 a.m. to late afternoon

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UPDATE: Sequim football home opener canceled

Low on experienced varsity players and dealing with COVID-19 quarantine issues, Sequim has canceled its scheduled home football game for Friday against the No. 6… Continue reading

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Football: Forks, with second-half surge, powers past Sequim

Forks’ football squad surged past Sequim in the second half of the season opener for both teams Friday, breaking open a 14-14 tie by scoring… Continue reading

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Fall sports preview: PC women loaded for another NWAC championship run

Fully aware of the pain inflicted by the absence of the game they love, what may be the deepest Peninsula College women’s soccer team ever… Continue reading

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Fall sports preview: Pirate men’s soccer seeking sixth title

A roster full of “hungry, driven and passionate,” players will work toward securing the Peninsula College men’s soccer program’s sixth NWAC Championship this fall, according… Continue reading

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Masking changes lifted for high school athletes

Mask wearing will not be required for fall sports athletes in high school sports, according to updated health guidelines released last week by the state… Continue reading

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The Ynot Racing sprint boat racing team of navigator Jamie Johnson, left, and driver Dave Brown makes it way around the course in 2019 at Extreme Sports Park in Port Angeles.

Jet-powered action back on the water Saturday in Port Angeles

Racing starts at 10 a.m. at Extreme Sports Park

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News
The Ynot Racing sprint boat racing team of navigator Jamie Johnson, left, and driver Dave Brown makes it way around the course in 2019 at Extreme Sports Park in Port Angeles.
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Boys basketball: Riders prevail in postseason match-up

Sequim ran into a familiar foe on Saturday in the start of postseason play, keeping the final score much closer then a previous match-up in… Continue reading

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