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Gideon Ryder, 10, of Lake Forest Park, drives a few balls at The Cedars at Dungeness’ driving range last week. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

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On this bright, shining day, their expressions were closer to smiles than grimaces. With so much of Sequim shut down in recent days and weeks… Continue reading

Gideon Ryder, 10, of Lake Forest Park, drives a few balls at The Cedars at Dungeness’ driving range last week. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Sports briefs — March 25, 2020

Tour de-layed Like the first weekend of competition, the 2020 Tour de Dungeness’ second weekend of racing scheduled for March 21 was canceled. The race… Continue reading

  • Mar 25, 2020

Community scoreboard — March 18, 2020

Basketball Port Angels Parks & Recreation men’s league • March 8 Seven Brothers 91 Smuggler’s Landing 66. Leading scorers — Seven: Kyler Rollness 31, Colton… Continue reading

  • Mar 18, 2020
Gymnastics: Klahhane competitors rack up top spots at Skookum Challenge

Gymnastics: Klahhane competitors rack up top spots at Skookum Challenge

Athletes from Klahhane Gymnastics competed in the inaugural Skookum Challenge, held March 7-8 at the Little Creek Events Center in Kamilche, Wa. Klahhane’s Gold Team… Continue reading

Gymnastics: Klahhane competitors rack up top spots at Skookum Challenge

Sports briefs — March 18, 2020

NWAC basketball tournament After being moved from Everett Community College to two schools in Oregon earlier this week, the tournament was canceled before Peninsula College’s… Continue reading

  • Mar 18, 2020
Through cold temps, Bellingham man wins 2020 derby

Through cold temps, Bellingham man wins 2020 derby

It was a tough situation for the annual Olympic Peninsula Salmon Derby, but numbers were up for this year’s event. The weather definitely did not… Continue reading

Through cold temps, Bellingham man wins 2020 derby

Youths sports on hold: Sequim schools, Sequim Little League, Sequim Junior Soccer delay seasons

Sequim’s practice and sporting venues will be mostly silent for the next few weeks, with concern of the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, effectively shutting… Continue reading

Esports: PC Rocket League team tops UConn

Esports: PC Rocket League team tops UConn

Peninsula College’s Rocket League team came-from-behind to defeat the University of Connecticut 4-2 in a best-of-7 Rocket League match on March 11 — the first… Continue reading

Esports: PC Rocket League team tops UConn

UPDATED: Tour De Dungeness on hold

The Tour De Dungeness, Sequim’s premier annual bicycle racing event, was expected to kick off the first of two weekends of bicycling this weekend, its… Continue reading

Community scoreboard — March 11, 2020

Basketball Port Angeles Parks & Recreation’s Competitive Hoops Tourney youth basketball tournament, March 7-8 • Final standings Girls fifth-grade division — 1. Port Angeles Hoopers,… Continue reading

  • Mar 11, 2020
Hope Glasser, left, is pictured playing against the White River Hornets in the West Central District 3 playoffs on Feb. 20. Glasser and teammate Jayla Julmist were named to the Olympic League All-League first team for their performances this winter. Sequim Gazette file photo by Conor Dowley

Glasser, Julmist rep Wolves in All-League first team

Sequim well represented in Olympic League winter season honors

Hope Glasser, left, is pictured playing against the White River Hornets in the West Central District 3 playoffs on Feb. 20. Glasser and teammate Jayla Julmist were named to the Olympic League All-League first team for their performances this winter. Sequim Gazette file photo by Conor Dowley

Sports briefs — March 11, 2020

Paddlers nix meeting Because of concerns from the potential spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, Olympic Peninsula Paddlers have canceled their meeting and a presentation by… Continue reading

  • Mar 11, 2020
Esports: PC Pirates to take on UConn

Esports: PC Pirates to take on UConn

After months of taking on squads from four-year schools such as Texas Tech, North Carolina State and the University of Oregon, Peninsula College’s Esports team… Continue reading

Esports: PC Pirates to take on UConn

Community scoreboard— March 4, 2020

Golf The Cedars at Dungeness • Men’s Club, Die-Hard Duo, Feb. 24-25 Gross: 1. Jeff Jones-Russ Veenema, 230 (68-162); 2. Brian Anderson-Harry Phillips, 232 (75-157);… Continue reading

  • Mar 4, 2020
PHOTO: Sequim hoopsters take second

PHOTO: Sequim hoopsters take second

The Sequim Select Eight Grade girls basketball squad celebrates second place finish at the 32nd-annual Vernon Youth Basketball Tournament, held Feb. 29-March 1 at Black… Continue reading

  • Mar 4, 2020
PHOTO: Sequim hoopsters take second
Prep sports: Silva signs to compete for Olympic CC

Prep sports: Silva signs to compete for Olympic CC

Emily Silva’s races are far from over. The Sequim High senior in early January signed a letter of intent to run cross country and track… Continue reading

Prep sports: Silva signs to compete for Olympic CC
Sequim equestrians kick off season at district meet

Sequim equestrians kick off season at district meet

They’re off and riding. The Sequim Equestrian Team earned some top individual and team honors at the squad’s first district meet of the season, held… Continue reading

Sequim equestrians kick off season at district meet

Sports briefs — March 4, 2020

Paddlers nix meeting Because of concerns from the potential spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, Olympic Peninsula Paddlers have canceled their meeting and a presentation by… Continue reading

  • Mar 4, 2020
Wolf of the Week: Kianna Miller

Wolf of the Week: Kianna Miller

Class: Senior Team: Sequim High cheerleading Head coach: Tiffani Mote Reason for selection: “Kianna helped lead the Wolves cheer team to a sixth place finish… Continue reading

Wolf of the Week: Kianna Miller
Peninsula College’s Davien Harris-Williams drives against Edmonds on Saturday night. Harris-Williams scored 34 points to help lead the Pirates to a 111-98 win over the Tritons to qualify for the NWAC Tournament. (Jesse Major/for Peninsula Daily News)                                <strong>Jesse Major</strong>/for Peninsula Daily News                                Peninsula College’s Davien Harris-Williams drives against Edmonds on Saturday night. Harris-Williams scored 34 points to help lead the Pirates to a 111-98 win over the Tritons to qualify for the NWAC Tournament.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Peninsula men hold on for dear life to qualify for the NWAC Tourney

In a game that featured 46 personal fouls and 64 free throws and a furious Edmonds comeback in the second half, the Peninsula College men… Continue reading

Peninsula College’s Davien Harris-Williams drives against Edmonds on Saturday night. Harris-Williams scored 34 points to help lead the Pirates to a 111-98 win over the Tritons to qualify for the NWAC Tournament. (Jesse Major/for Peninsula Daily News)                                <strong>Jesse Major</strong>/for Peninsula Daily News                                Peninsula College’s Davien Harris-Williams drives against Edmonds on Saturday night. Harris-Williams scored 34 points to help lead the Pirates to a 111-98 win over the Tritons to qualify for the NWAC Tournament.