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To celebrate America’s Independence Day the Discovery Bay Women’s Club and men’s club brought out the irons for a tournament full of bogeys and barbecue. The annual Fourth of … more
Well, it’s finally over. This year’s Race to Alaska — a sailing competition from Port Townsend to Ketchikan, Alaska involving non-motorized boats— wrapped up as Team … more
Bringing their irons, woods, wedges, and putters out to the golf course, the Discovery Bay Women’s Club gathered Thursday for a game of “Bingo, Bango, Bongo,” named after the … more
Three all-star players from the East Jefferson Rivals football team trekked to Yakima last weekend for another taste of the gridiron over the off-season. Rivals seniors Chris Fair (lineman), Logan … more
The Olympic Dreams tour, hosted by Bicycle Rides Northwest, will be cycling through the Olympic Peninsula region later this month. The week-long, fully supported road-bike event will start and end … more
Ten ladies with the Discovery Bay Women’s Golf Club gathered for an 18-hole game of “Mutt and Jeff” last week. For “Mutt and Jeff,” the only holes that count in … more
To say this year’s Race to Alaska has been an odyssey of its own is an understatement. From capsized vessels to driftwood obstacles to new records and routes to the finish point in … more
Following the first full year of Chimacum and Port Townsend high schools combining their sports programs into the East Jefferson Rivals, officials with the Port Townsend School District recapped the … more
Eight Port Townsend middle school and home school seventh- and eighth-grade boys competed as a team in the Oliveira Classic 5x5 Soccer Tournament at Peninsula College in Port Angeles. Coach Logan … more
The Port Townsend Tennis Club is seeking new players for regular Wednesday and Sunday morning matches.  The group mostly plays doubles and generally uses the courts at Port Townsend High … more
Pickleball is blowing up right now. Whether it’s the meteoric rise in the game’s popularity over the past year or the fact that it’s become Washington state’s official … more
A shocking blowout victory saw Team Pure & Wild take the top spot of the 2022 Race to Alaska as they were the first squad to make it into Ketchikan, Alaska just after 5 p.m. Monday, June … more
Team Pure & Wild are in first place and expected to win the 2022 Race to Alaska Monday. At just before 11 a.m. Monday, June 20, the team entered American waters and were south of Duke … more
The teams Let’s Row Maybe? and Interslice were in a back-and-forth battle for first place in the Race to Alaska shortly after the start of Stage 2 in Victoria, British Columbia. Racers began … more
Eight ladies with the Discovery Bay Women’s Club rode out to the course Thursday for a game of “Blind Nines.” The way “Blind Nines” works is that participants play a … more
The waters of Puget Sound were packed with paddlers aplenty this past weekend as they raced 70 miles from Tacoma to Port Townsend for the fourth  annual rendition of the Seventy 48 nautical … more
Braving the challenging winds and periodical rain all throughout last weekend, sailors participating in the Classic Mariner’s Regatta all managed to finish their races despite the elements. … more
The best of the best in 1A track and field came out for the WIAA (Washington Interscholastic Activities Association) State Championship event, held in Cheney, as the East Jefferson Rivals teams left … more
The Discovery Bay Women’s Golf Club set out for another weekly round of golf, this time playing a game called “Disaster.” Fourteen ladies teed off Thursday, May 26 for Disaster, … more
The Rangers’ bats were hot. But the Wildcats’ bats got hotter. Too hot. Wilbur-Creston-Keller cut short Quilcene’s trip to the 1B State Fastpitch Softball Championships as … more
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