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Zoei Zbaraschuk is getting used to this state tournament thing.
For a team led by underclassmen, the Wolves sure are playing over their heads.
Katie Hedgecock says she hopes to study the sciences: marine biology, astronomy or the environment as a whole.
Memorial Day has come and gone and the camping season is under way, folks, and in a big way for sure.
After another season of dominating opponents in the Olympic League, Sequim's tennis teams ran into much tougher competition at the class 2A state tourney in Seattle last weekend.
The race he's running is much longer than the 26.2 miles marked on the North Olympic Discovery Marathon map.
The high school junior, so focused and stoic during the preliminaries and her first throws of the final round, finally broke into her familiar, inimitable grin.
With a high bank of fog obscuring the morning sun, I was dropped off near the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribal offices at the Blyn rest stop to hike one of the Olympic Discovery Trail's newest segments.
Sequim High School graduate Marquita Espinoza was the lone Peninsula Pirate named to the 2009 Northern Region Women's Fastpitch All-Star second team, as announced last week by the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges.
Offense brings the fans, an old sports adage goes, but pitching and defense win ball games.
On the cusp of their biggest track meet of the season, Sequim's girls showed they're ready.
We're winding down May, folks, and summer can't get here fast enough and the big question of the day is ... is ... will the Hood Canal Bridge open as scheduled?
In their final eight games of the 2009 season, Sequim's Wolves allowed just one goal.