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The Chimacum Cowboys baseball team hit one home after winning their opening game of the season. more
Chimacum High School senior guard Jada Trafton scored 18 points and sophomore Mia McNair added 11 to lead the Cowboys past Steilacoom 49-48 on Dec. 29 during the consolation final at the Charles Wright Academy girls basketball holiday tournament in Tacoma. Chimacum (3-4) trailed by two at halftime and entered the fourth in a 33-33 tie. Seniors Grace Yaley and Maddie Dowling each added seven points for the Cowboys. more
Poprt Townsend junior Dylan Tracer finds the hole to run the ball in for a touchdown. more
The Port Townsend Redhawks defeated the Chimacum Cowboys during this football season's rivalry game 79-51, which is believed to be the highest combined-scoring game at Memorial … more
Before the Quilcene School District let its students go for the extended Veterans Day weekend, it recognized the contribution one of its high school seniors had made, both to honor his country and to … more
Excitement was high Friday afternoon as Quilcene High School students capped off their Spirit Week with an assembly before a Rangers home football game against Evergreen Lutheran and the homecoming … more
Three Port Townsend wrestlers placed third on Jan. 12 during the 42nd annual Matman Tournament at Central Kitsap High School in Silverdale. more
Despite all the banners that hang on the walls inside the Chimacum High School gym, there is one sport that isn’t represented. more
Port Townsend senior Cole Crawford scored 10 of his game-high 23 points in the fourth quarter, including a pair of 3-pointers, and the Redhawks pulled away from the Chimacum Cowboys on Jan. 8 to win the Widge Black trophy. more
Robert Comstock III was the bad kid in class. As a sixth-grader at Quilcene School, his priorities weren’t always on lessons or homework. “I was a short little fat kid with long hair,” Comstock said. more
The Port Townsend Redhawks boys varsity basketball team out-dueled the Kingston Buccaneers 52-44 in the Redhawks’ home opener Nov. 30 at the Bruce Blevins Gym. “The visiting team rolled to a 13-11 lead after the first frame,” Port Townsend coach Tom Webster said. “The PT boys took offense and rallied back to take a one-point lead into recess, 23-22.” more
The Discovery Bay Women's Golf Club enjoyed the past season, from first-time charity tournaments to near-centennial birthday celebrations. Club spokeswoman Dee Sweeney said each season typically … more
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