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Women’s soccer: Pirates’ depth, precision crucial in 3-0 win over Edmonds

The depth and composition of the Peninsula College women’s soccer roster was on full display in a 3-0 shutout of Edmonds at a sun-splashed Wally… Continue reading

 

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Men’s soccer: Peninsula makes triumphant return in 5-1 win over Edmonds

Three second-half strikes turned a close game into a rout as the reigning NWAC-champion Peninsula College men’s soccer team returned to play in a 5-1… Continue reading

 

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Sequim third baseman Kailin Lopez makes a play to throw out Port Angeles' Taylor Worthington in the fifth inning of PA's 11-6 win over Sequim on March 30.

Fastpitch: SHS falls to Riders, rebounds with wins

Sequim produced a five-run fourth inning to catch up to Port Angeles only to see the Roughriders’ bats break the game back open late in… Continue reading

 

Golf: Wolves play tough on links, pick up wins

Sequim’s Ben Sweet and Pryce Glasser tied for match medalist honors with rounds of 7-over-par 43 to lift the Wolves to a 183-234 boys golf… Continue reading

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Track and field: SHS girls, PA boys prevail in dual meet

Sequim swept the girls sprints and jump competitions on its way to a 71-51 track and field victory over rival Port Angeles on March 31… Continue reading

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Bucs sweep Wolves for division title

Sequim lost its shot at the Olympic League North Division volleyball title with a 25-17, 25-18, 25-20 loss on the road to Kingston on March… Continue reading

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PA nets another 1-score win in Rainshadow Rumble

Round two of this peninsula rivalry goes to the Roughriders. Both sides came away satisfied with second Rainshadow Rumble girls soccer contest between Sequim and… Continue reading

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Roughriders edge Wolves in rivalry game

With both teams shuttling players into new spots in their respective lineups due to injuries, Port Angeles scored a pair of first-half goals and held… Continue reading

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Cross country runners now free to remove masks during races

Prep cross country runners can all breathe a little bit easier as part of a Washington Interscholastic Activities Association update that will allow athletes to… Continue reading

Following reports of seed-eating songbirds spreading disease from backyard feeders this winter, state wildlife officials are recommending people temporarily discontinue feeding wild birds or take more steps to clean and disinfect their feeders. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

State officials warn about disease spread via seed feeders

Larger than usual numbers of seed-eating songbirds are spreading disease acquired at backyard feeders this winter in what the National Audubon Society is calling “a… Continue reading

Following reports of seed-eating songbirds spreading disease from backyard feeders this winter, state wildlife officials are recommending people temporarily discontinue feeding wild birds or take more steps to clean and disinfect their feeders. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell
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Prep sports: SHS’s Gish signs on to play soccer at Corban University

Way back at the beginning of his club soccer career with Storm King, Sequim senior Eli Gish was placed on the club’s reserve team. “My… Continue reading

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Health officer: Clallam vaccinations speedy compared to rest of Washington state

While continuing to face supply shortages of COVID-19 vaccines that stretch nationwide, Clallam County has been able to coordinate distribution of available doses “faster than… Continue reading

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Elementary school-age designers sought for NODM Kids Medal contest

Students in sixth grade and under are invited to submit designs and artwork for the medal awarded to an expected 500 participants in June’s North… Continue reading

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Path to participation set for peninsula’s prep athletes

SHS preps for prep sports After months of wait-and-see following the shutdown of schools (and athletics) in March 2020, prep sports is tentatively set to… Continue reading

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Prep sports: WIAA revises prep sport seasons, fall sports on deck

Fall sports would be the first to return under an amended prep sports schedule announced by the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association that could see high… Continue reading

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Pyeatt in the midst of a metamorphosis

With her focus centered on running at the collegiate level, Sequim junior Riley Pyeatt has stuck to a workout and training regimen consistently since March… Continue reading

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Health officers: New state plan ties Peninsula from advancing

The new Healthy Washington plan unveiled Tuesday by Gov. Jay Inslee will at least temporarily impede the progress of reopening businesses and activities on the… Continue reading

North Olympic Peninsula COVID-19 cases cross 1,000 mark on Tuesday

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases on the North Olympic Peninsula eclipsed the 1,000 mark Tuesday as Clallam County reported seven new cases, including two… Continue reading

Olympic Medical Center may get COVID-19 vaccine soon

Olympic Medical Center has secured an ultra-low temperature freezer and is set to receive 975 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine as soon as approval… Continue reading

Port Angeles police officer hurt during arrest; Sequim man charged

A domestic violence assault complaint turned into a skirmish that left a Port Angeles police officer with a broken elbow. Brian Alexander Powless, 25, of… Continue reading