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A Sweet victory at the links

Sequim High School golf ace Benjamin Sweet led from beginning to end to win the Clallam County Amateur gross championship. Sweet, who finished 21st at… Continue reading

 

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NODM runners thrilled to be competing again

The rain (mostly) held off and runners — most of whom were thrilled and thankful to be competing again — were greeted by cool weather… Continue reading

 

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Modified slightly, NPDM marathon and related events hit the trails

It won’t be quite the same as past marathons, but the North Olympic Discovery Marathon still expects more than 1,500 competitors to hit the trails… Continue reading

 

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College basketball: Pirates sweep Cardinals on hardcourt

The Peninsula men’s and women’s basketball teams both beat Skagit Valley on Saturday with big offensive games. The men won 87-72, getting 27 points from… Continue reading

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Boys basketball: Wolves stymied by stingy Rider defense

The Port Angeles Roughriders didn’t play their cleanest game, but their defense was impenetrable for Sequim much of the night as the Wolves managed just… Continue reading

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Fastpitch: Sequim places fourth in league tourney

Sequim coach Michael McFarlen said his team played well defensively and pitched well, but simply could never get any offense going against either Port Angeles… Continue reading

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More than 150 riders take on the Hoh Rainforest

Nearly 100 racers and 50 untimed gran fondo participants rode in the Hoh-ly Roller this past weekend, the first race of the Gravel Unravel three-race… Continue reading

Sequim’s Isaiah Moore bats against Port Angeles on April 14 at Port Angeles Civic Field. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Baseball: Port Angeles blends patience with power in win over Sequim

On an absolutely perfect spring day for baseball, the Port Angeles Roughriders showed a young Sequim Wolves team the benefit of patience, and then in… Continue reading

Sequim’s Isaiah Moore bats against Port Angeles on April 14 at Port Angeles Civic Field. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

More than 200 runners hit trails for OAT races

More than 200 runners participated in this year’s Olympic Adventure Trail runs this weekend with near-perfect Olympic Peninsula weather greeting athletes from around the U.S.… Continue reading

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Men’s basketball: Pirates roar back from deep hole against Skagit

The Peninsula College men fell in a deep hole early, but roared back with a huge second half to beat previously undefeated Skagit Valley 76-72.… Continue reading

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Boys soccer: Wolves blank East Jefferson

An undermanned East Jefferson team managed to keep an unbeaten Sequim team to just three goals as the Wolves won 3-0 in Sequim on April… Continue reading

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Sequim caps season with shutout win

On senior night, four Sequim girls moving on to play soccer at the Northwest Athletic Conference next year got their last chance to play one… Continue reading

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Coaches, players prepare for Phase 3

Having a handful of fans in the stands for Seattle Mariners games got plenty of attention in the state of Washington’s recent announcement of moving… Continue reading

ADVENTURE SPORTS: Cyclocross coming to Olympic Peninsula

Peninsula Adventure Sports sets calendar for year’s events

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Funding secured for repairing Spruce Railroad Trail

Funding has been secured and a contractor lined up to repair a 280-foot-long stretch of the Spruce Railroad Trail that was buried under a mudslide… Continue reading

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Brady Simis of Renton, left and Angela Smith of Buckley get started on their 10K runs at the Elwha Bridge Run Saturday morning.

Elwha Bridge Run attracts 221 runners

More than 220 people hungry for competition came out to run in heavily safeguarded conditions in the Elwha Bridge 5K/10K Run, the first event of… Continue reading

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Brady Simis of Renton, left and Angela Smith of Buckley get started on their 10K runs at the Elwha Bridge Run Saturday morning.

Port Angeles chamber presents community awards

Moving to a slick online production to maintain social distancing, the Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce honored local businesses and individuals in the fourth-annual Port… Continue reading

Health officers: Peninsula leads state in per capita vaccinations

Clallam and Jefferson counties are among the leading counties in Washington in terms of numbers of vaccinations, officials say, but getting a predictable and stable… Continue reading

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Elwha River Bridge run this year will make waves

The Elwha River Bridge Run has received approvals from the state and the county and acquired all of the permits required to hold its 5K/10K… Continue reading

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Port Angeles chamber presents community awards

Moving to a slick online production to maintain social distancing, the Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce honored local businesses and individuals in the fourth-annual Port… Continue reading