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Jefferson County’s only football team with a postseason berth lost in the first round, but team members were upbeat on their first day back at school after the Class 1B football quarterfinal. more
Port Townsend High School’s swimmers placed 10th overall in the District 3 2A Swim Championships at Hazen High School in Renton Nov. 8-9. more
Photographer James Taylor reflects on the fall sports season in a series of photos. more
The Port Townsend varsity Redhawks football team lost Friday’s home game against Sultan by a score of 68-18. more
Port Townsend’s Redhawks defeated the Chimacum Cowboys in a nail-biting last quarter of the home game at Memorial Field on Nov. 1. more
A Port Townsend High School runner won first place at the Class 1A/2A Olympic League Cross Country Championships on Oct. 24. more
Listeners of KPTZ 91.9 FM have the chance to hear history being made Nov. 1, as the radio station hosts its first-ever live broadcast of a local school sporting event, with the Chimacum versus Port Townsend high school football game on Memorial Field kicking off at 6:30 p.m. more
The Jefferson County 4-H celebrated the achievements of its youth during its annual “Celebrate 4-H!” awards at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds Oct. 20, while bidding farewell to 4-H Coordinator Tanya Barnett and welcoming aboard new WSU Extension Director Cliff Moore. more
Chimacum girls volleyball struggled to defeat Klahowya at a match on Oct. 3, but did not take any games. They lost the home match 3-0. more
This September marked the Olympic Peninsula YMCA’s second year of hosting the “Fore the Kids” golf tournament at the Cedars at Dungeness Golf Course in Sequim, and it raised an estimated $13,000 from the event. more
The Chimacum Cowboys varsity football team beat Silverdale’s Klahowya team at a home game on Sept. 27 with a score of 22 to 16. more
Sept. 6 saw the Discovery Bay Women’s Golf Club hold their second annual Scholarship Fundraiser Tournament, in which 31 women (and men) showed up on what club spokeswoman Dee Sweeney called “a beautiful Friday morning” to compete and determine who would also become this year’s champions at the putting contest and KPs (closest to the pin on the par-three holes). more
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