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Courtesy of Christine Halberg
The Momentum One Volleyball Academy U18 Tsunami won the silver division at its first tournament of the season in Auburn earlier in December. From left, back row, are Emi Halberg, Alexis Perry, Jasmine Messinger, Ava Hairell, Sam Robbins and Josephine Edgington. From left, front row, are Keana Rowley, Jayde Wold and Lily Halberg.

Momentum One volleyball teams open season

Momentum One Volleyball Academy directors, coaches and athletes are excited to start their second season on the Olympic Peninsula after missing last year due to… Continue reading

 

Photo courtesy of Michael Miller
The Storm King U15 Crusaders finished as the runner-up in the North Puget Sound League U15 North Division, going up against elite soccer teams from the Seattle area. From left are, assistant coach Michael LaGrange, right defensive back Caleb LaGrange, left centerback Grant Butterworth, right midfield/striker Maxon Stanford, midfield Kasson Pittman, defensive midfield Edmund Garcia, goalie Anthony Jones, striker Matthew Miller, center midfield James Mason, midfielder Raef Beard, right midfield Jake Weaver, left outside back Bryce Deleon and right centerback Jacob Olsen. Not pictured is midfielders Finnian Evans and Guillermo Salgado, and head coach Michael Miller.

Storm King U15 league runner-up; U13 champs of its division

In only its third year of existence and going up against six elite clubs from the Seattle metro area, the Storm King U15 Crusaders came… Continue reading

 

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Women’s soccer: PC’s Pirates ranked No. 1 in the nation

The Peninsula College women’s soccer team is used to NWAC championships, with five over the past decade. The team is used to being ranked No.… Continue reading

 

Sarah Bacica, No. 196, of Sequim leads a group of runners to the finish line at the Jamestown S'Klallam Glow Run on Saturday night in Blyn. (Run the Peninsula)

Head lamps light up path for Jamestown S’Klallam run

This year’s Jamestown S’Klallam Glow Run featured local winners, strong performances by young runners and a neck-and-neck finish in the women’s 10-kilometer distance. The event… Continue reading

Sarah Bacica, No. 196, of Sequim leads a group of runners to the finish line at the Jamestown S'Klallam Glow Run on Saturday night in Blyn. (Run the Peninsula)

Volleyball: Wolves go 0-2 at state

The Sequim volleyball team had some tough competition at the state 2A volleyball tournament, losing a pair of matches to Ridgefield and Enumclaw. It was… Continue reading

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Peninsula College's Kyrsten McGuffey hurdles Columbia Basin goalkeeper RiaJo Schwartz during the first half of the Pirates 2-1 come-from-behind win over the Hawks in the NWAC Semifinals on Friday at Starfire Sports Stadium.

College soccer: Peninsula women win NWAC title again on late goal

The Peninsula College women’s soccer team collected its fifth NWAC championship at the Starfire Soccer Complex on Nov. 14, beating Clark College 1-0 in the… Continue reading

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Peninsula College's Kyrsten McGuffey hurdles Columbia Basin goalkeeper RiaJo Schwartz during the first half of the Pirates 2-1 come-from-behind win over the Hawks in the NWAC Semifinals on Friday at Starfire Sports Stadium.
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Volleyball: Wolves top familiar foes for state tourney berth

Surviving some curious seeding, some erratic serving and a slow start, the Sequim girls rallied in the 2A bi-district tournament on Nov. 13 to qualify… Continue reading

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Girls soccer: Sequim preps for postseason, posts shutout streak

Sequim’s Wolves are hitting their stride… and just in time. SHS’s girls soccer squad picked up a pair of shutout wins — their third and… Continue reading

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Girls soccer: Sequim streaking into postseason

With one game remaining in the regular season, Sequim’s Wolves have a great position for the postseason — amidst a mess atop the Olympic League… Continue reading

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College soccer: Pirate women erupt on offense in 7-0 win

The Peninsula College women’s soccer team has been dominating teams all year in shots, possession and defense. But if there is one crack in the… Continue reading

Hundreds of runners take on Larry Scott Trail

High-schoolers, locals among 264 live-event entrants

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Sequim's Mikiah Winter, left, battles for control with Port Angeles' Piper Williams on Tuesday in Port Angeles.

Girls soccer: Johnson’s goal spree leads to wins over PA, Olympic

Sequim’s Taryn Johnson tallied her second hat trick of the season in a tight, come-from-behind 3-2 victory for the Wolves over Olympic Peninsula rival Port… Continue reading

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Sequim's Mikiah Winter, left, battles for control with Port Angeles' Piper Williams on Tuesday in Port Angeles.
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Football: Spartans exact revenge, rout Wolves

Going up against a 3A school, the Sequim Wolves stayed close until halfway through the second quarter, down just 13-10 after a Kobe Applegate touchdown,… Continue reading

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Girls soccer: Sequim routs Olympic for first win

The Sequim girls soccer team got a hat trick from Taryn Johnson, who scored her flurry of goals in just seven minutes, in a 4-1… Continue reading

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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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