Sports

Adventure sports events coming to peninsula in 2020

Adventure sports on the North Olympic Peninsula are booming as area event promoter Peninsula Adventure Sports is adding two more outlets to the outdoors beginning… Continue reading

 

Sequim Wolves freshman forward Isaiah Moore, pictured second from right playing against the Klahowya Eagles on Dec. 2, scored 45 points with 32 rebounds and 6 blocks in his first four games of the season. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Boys basketball: Moore, Eaton lead Wolves to PT win

Wolves’ big men help lead team to 3-1 non-league record going into first Olympic League game

 

Sports briefs — Dec. 11, 2019

Pre-Christmas golf tourney set SkyRidge Golf Course will hold a Pre-Christmas 18-hole Golf Tournament on Saturday, Dec. 14. The event has a triple-six format from… Continue reading

  • Dec 11, 2019

 

Winter sports preview: Rebuilding Wolves’ wrestling crew banks on newcomers

After a rebuilding year in 2018-2019, the Wolves’ wrestling crew is back on the mats with a smaller crew and another coaching change. After splitting… Continue reading

Winter sports preview: Sequim boys swim crew to battle some of state’s top teams

A coaching change and a smaller crew hopefully won’t deter the Wolves from a successful season in the pool, new head coach Britt Hemphill says.… Continue reading

Wolf of the Week: Madison McKeown

Class: Sophomore Team: SHS bowling Head coach: Randy Perry Reason for selection: “Madison is the leading scorer on the bowling team and rolled a 191… Continue reading

  • Dec 11, 2019

Glow Run/Walk 5k to light up the night Saturday in Blyn

The fifth race in the Run the Peninsula Series will be held Saturday, Dec. 7, with the Jamestown S’Klallam 5K/10K Glow Run/Walk. The event begins… Continue reading

Sequim Wolves girls basketball head coach Linsay Rapelje observes a preseason practice of her team as they prepare for the first full season of her second tenure as head coach. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Basketball preview: Experienced Wolves girls look to test their strength

Linsay Rapelje coaches a tough and experienced Sequim girls team that is looking to get better

Sequim Wolves girls basketball head coach Linsay Rapelje observes a preseason practice of her team as they prepare for the first full season of her second tenure as head coach. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley
Dallin Despain drives to the hoop during a pre-season practice for the Sequim Wolves boys basketball team on Nov. 21. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Boys basketball: New-look Wolves look to turn up the pace

A younger, faster Sequim boys basketball team is ready to take the court

Dallin Despain drives to the hoop during a pre-season practice for the Sequim Wolves boys basketball team on Nov. 21. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Community scoreboard — Nov. 27, 2019

Basketball Port Angeles Parks & Recreation/Peninsula College men’s league • Nov. 24 Black Diamond Electrical 86, Seven Brothers 62. Leading scorers — Black: Nick Comparini… Continue reading

  • Dec 4, 2019

Sequim High grads compete at the next level

Fall prep sports seasons are wrapping up, and are coming to a close for former Sequim High stars on college athletic fields as well. Here’s… Continue reading

  • Dec 4, 2019

Sports briefs — Dec. 4, 2019

Sequim FC sets indoor soccer season Sign-ups are now open for Sequim FC Soccer’s Indoor Adult League, with games starting in January. Wednesdays feature an… Continue reading

  • Dec 4, 2019

Winter sports preview: PC men hoopsters look to run in 2019-20

This year, the Pirates’ Davien Harris-Williams has help. Harris-Williams was the Pirates’ leading scorer last year at 16.8 points per game. But he got to… Continue reading

  • Dec 3, 2019

Winter sports preview: PC women’s basketball has speed, experience

The Peninsula College women’s basketball team bring back a lot of firepower from last year’s North Division champion squad and the team has set its… Continue reading

Freshman forward Isaiah Moore, second from right, passes the ball out from under the basket while under pressure from Klahowya Eagles forward Deven Patch during the Sequim Wolves’ 45-37 win over the Eagles on Dec. 2. Moore had eight points, eight rebounds and two blocks in his first high school game. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Boys basketball: Wolves come from behind to beat Klahowya

Sequim boys dig a hole in the second quarter, but Christiansen, Chen and Moore help bring them back

Freshman forward Isaiah Moore, second from right, passes the ball out from under the basket while under pressure from Klahowya Eagles forward Deven Patch during the Sequim Wolves’ 45-37 win over the Eagles on Dec. 2. Moore had eight points, eight rebounds and two blocks in his first high school game. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley
Sequim Wolves forward Hope Glasser, center, goes up for a layup against the Klahowya Eagles during the Wolves’ 73-17 win over the Eagles on Dec. 2. Glasser scored 11 points on the night, and was a key part in keeping the Eagles’ offense quiet on the night. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Girls basketball: Wolves dominate in win over Klahowya

Sequim earns 73-17 win over the Eagles in season opener

Sequim Wolves forward Hope Glasser, center, goes up for a layup against the Klahowya Eagles during the Wolves’ 73-17 win over the Eagles on Dec. 2. Glasser scored 11 points on the night, and was a key part in keeping the Eagles’ offense quiet on the night. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Bowling: Wolves score first point in loss to North Mason

Sequim High’s bowling team score its first point of the season but the Wolves still seeking their first win after a 6-1 loss at home… Continue reading

Men’s basketball: Pirates split two to open season

It was a tale of two different kinds of basketball styles for the Peninsula men in their season openers at the Tritons/Pirates Classic, as the… Continue reading

Prep sports: Wiker leads Wolfpack on all-league lists

An impressive fall season saw five Sequim High teams see postseason action and four of those earn team or individual berths to state tourneys. Coaches… Continue reading

College soccer: PC men take NWAC title, women are second

Peninsula College’s soccer squads nearly pulled off a title double, but settled for a NWAC championship for the PC men and a second-place finish for… Continue reading