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What happens when you slap a giant engine in the back of a little boat, set it free in a criss-crossing course where the driver must make hairpin turns at 80 to 90 miles per hour? Sprint Boat Racing. Also, chaos. more
Twice, they came straight at me. Staring down a jetboat doing up to 80-90 miles per hour after it careens out of the water channel is no laughing matter. “You do a dangerous job,” one specatator sitting behind the fence told me after I made like a deer and fled “Blew Bayou” as it missed a turn and launched towards the portion of the fence I was standing in front of. The fence stopped it, but the boat left its mark. That could have been me… more
With the crack of the ball against bat, the last game of the Jefferson County Rec Softball Tournament commenced Aug. 6. more
Matt Pistay, who captained the R2AK-winning Team Angry Beaver has apparently added another win to his summer. Just after 2 a.m. Sunday morning July 21, the Seattle-based monohull “Team … more
Spring athletes from Jefferson County high schools wrapped up their seasons this month with respectable showings for 2019 as Port Townsend’s coach is floating the idea of Port Townsend and Chimacum training together next year. more
On June 3rd, Quilcene High School senior Robert Comstock III signed a letter of intent to play for College of the Siskiyous in California. Siskiyous is the northernmost of the California Community Colleges and a football powerhouse, with a steady stream of football players transferring to Division I programs. In 2017, 17 Siskiyous players signed on to play for Division I schools. more
The Chimacum Cowboys baseball team hit one home after winning their opening game of the season. more
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