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The East Jefferson Rivals lost 20-19 in their season opener against the Granite Falls Tigers Friday, Sept. 3. With three touchdowns in the last eight minutes of the fourth quarter, the nail-biter … more
For the second year in a row, Port Townsend and Chimacum high schools will have a joint team consisting of players from each school.  Once heated competitors, Port Townsend and Chimacum high … more
Jasper Bitzer, 14, caught a 2.13-pound, 21-inch-long rainbow trout at Gibbs Lake recently. Jasper, a rising freshman at Chimacum Junior/Senior High and is the son of Carmen and Joshua Bitzer of … more
Port Townsend Women’s Golf Club competed for the lowest putts during their day on the links Tuesday, Aug. 3.  Dee Sweeney was the winner with 12 putts. Lynn Pierle placed second with 14 … more
On Feb. 22, 1918, the first recorded athletic contest between Port Townsend and Chimacum high schools took place. The boys’ basketball game was a hard-fought, low-scoring affair won by Port … more
This might be a big dill. Or a bit jarring to local tennis aficionados. Jefferson County commissioners have agreed to convert the tennis courts in front of the county courthouse in Port … more
Jefferson County wrestlers wrapped up the season in the Washington State Wrestling Association’s WSWA Folkstyle State Championship in Centralia. The championships featured High School Super … more
The rain did not discourage 26 diehard golfers from playing a nine-hole “Players Club” Scramble at Port Townsend Golf Club on Sunday, June 13.  First-place winners were Jim Fultz … more
A virtual workshop is planned this week to help crabbers get ready for the season. The workshop is 6 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 30. Want to learn more about crabbing in the Puget Sound? Need … more
If local students have their way, they will be dragon a mascot on the field next year. The Chimacum and Port Townsend school boards have both agreed to meld their sports teams together in the … more
Nick Twietmeyer ntwietmeyer@ptleader.com   Racers in the Seventy48 this year fought against gusting winds, choppy seas and uncooperative tides through the night as they used only their … more
The High Seas Drifters were crowned the champions of the first-ever Washington360 race. The Olson 30 monohull sailboat rounded Point Hudson shortly before 1 p.m. Thursday, June 10, less than four … more
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