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The Chimacum Cowboys baseball team was defeated in a recent doubleheader bringing their season record to 4-7 on March 30. more
The Port Townsend Little League’s opening day jamboree March 23 offered an opportunity to reflect on the progress the Little League has made over the years, as the Port Townsend American Legion put the new flagpole over the play fields at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds to good use. more
The Port Townsend Redhawks beatout Bellevue Christian for their first win on the season ending with a 4-0 score. more
Quilcene fastpitch-softball player Madison Coffey hit a grand slam in the fourth inning of a doubleheader March 22, giving the Rangers a 2-3 record overall. more
The Chimacum tennis team won one and lost one during back-to-back games March 20 and March 21. more
The Port Townsend Redhawk baseball team was able to complete at home against Forks on March 22 after a rainout of their second game against North Kitsap on March 18. more
Port Townsend • The Port Townsend Redhawks started the season with a win against Kingston March 15 during their season opener 6-1 at Kingston. The team’s second game against North Kitsap on … more
Port Townsend Little League will kick off its spring season with the return of its opening day jamboree at 10 a.m. March 23, complete with an opening ceremony and some informal games at the PTLL fields on the Jefferson County Fairgrounds. more
The Chimacum Cowboys baseball team hit one home after winning their opening game of the season. more
TACOMA — The Port Townsend High School wrestlers spend most weekends together each winter, traveling to invitational events. Last weekend was one of the best in school history. more
In the fourth quarter, when the stress of a tough season was coming to an end Feb. 13, the Port Townsend Redhawks let their guard down. They smiled up and down the court, and players who hadn’t been bold enough to be offensive forces relaxed and let their shots fly. more
The fourth time was the charm. The Quilcene High School girls basketball team overcame three nights of cancellations due to bad weather before it finally hosted Northwest Yeshiva of Mercer Island on Feb. 7. And with their seasons on the line in the loser-out SeaTac League tournament game, the Rangers prevailed. Sophomore post Marissa Kieffer scored 28 points and her sister, senior forward McKenzie Kieffer, blocked nine shots as Quilcene (8-14) qualified for the Class 1B tri-district tournament. more
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