Sports news — September 21, 2022

Sports news — September 21, 2022

Basketball tryout set

The Port Angeles Rams semi-pro basketball team is hosting an open tryout beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday, September 24 at Elwha Gym, 281 Lower Elwha Road, Port Angeles.

Participants must be 18 years or older and have completed high school.

The group of fishermen organizes a general assembly

The North Olympic Peninsula Puget Sound Anglers Chapter will hold a town hall meeting on Wednesday, September 21 at Sequim Elks Lodge, 143 Port Williams Road.

People start gathering at 6:30 p.m. and the meeting starts at 7 p.m. This month’s speaker is club member Bob Jautz, who will share details of the Pebble Mine project on Bristol Bay, Alaska, and why it would be devastating to the bay and the fishery.

Also on the agenda is a short business meeting, fishing reports, a fishing tip for success, and raffles after his conference (raffles are for members only). Join this evening to participate; annual memberships are $25 and include The news from the reel monthly publication.

PC for hosting adult football, volleyball and basketball leagues

The Peninsula Soccer League kicks off on Sunday September 25 with matches throughout the day. Teams and schedules are set, but there may be room for additional players by contacting league manager Jake Hughes at The league holds games on Sundays at Wally Sigmar Field until early November.

The Peninsula Volleyball League, a mixed indoor league for adults ages 16 and older, begins the week of October 17 at the Peninsula College Gymnasium, 1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd., Port Angeles. Games are held on Tuesday and Thursday nights with teams from two divisions. Each division is open to the first eight paid teams. The fee is $400 per team. Captains can reserve their spot by contacting league manager Rick Ross at

The Peninsula Basketball League will also begin in October. The games will take place on Monday and Wednesday evenings at the college. This league is open to the first eight paid teams. The entry fee is $400. Contact league director Donald Rollman at to reserve your spot.

Details of all three leagues can be found on the Pirate Athletics website at

Sunland players win Super Senior titles

Jay Tomlin and Kathy Benedict became two-time title winners at Sunland Golf Club earlier this month.

Tomlin shot 158 ​​over two rounds to win the Super Seniors Club Championship Men’s 70+ Division at Sunland which ended on September 8; he was also the champion of the Sunland club.

Benedict won the Super Seniors Club Championship women’s 70+ division net title from Sunland; she was also Sunland’s net club overall champion.

At the Super Seniors Club Championship, John Sims (144) won the net 70+ division title for men. In the men’s 80+ division, Dan O’Claray (175) was the overall champion and Gene Mattson (151) took the net title. Sandi Gunn (182) won the 70+ Women’s Championship. In the women’s 80+ division, Linda Beatty (196) won the overall title and Alice Myers was the net winner (155).

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