Dennis Browne

Dennis Browne is a longtime local interior designer, husband and father of two great sons in Gig Harbor. Dennis grew up in Manchester, often fishing or bicycling with the Seattle skyline as his backdrop. After his high school and college basketball career ended, he found the love of sports never would. He moved to Gig Harbor after college, found a beautiful girl and never left. He is a outdoor loving, river running, sunset man and Supersonic fan, who loves to play tennis and shoot hoops with his sons, from their home overlooking a local park. He is a member of the National Sports Media Association and is ready to provide a deserved, fresh take on current and former athletes from the vibrant Gig Harbor sports scene.

Seahawks, Tides clash tonight in basketball doubleheader

Jan 21, 2022

Times have been changed so fans can watch both the boys and girls games.

Gig Harbor football coach George Fairhart resigns

Jan 19, 2022

George Fairhart guided the Tides to a 26-18 record in five seasons. Gig Harbor High will quickly begin the search for his replacement.

Seahawks girls in basketball playoff hunt

Jan 16, 2022

Peninsula’s three conference losses, to the league leaders, came by a combined total of 15 points.

Tides roll through week with three more boys basketball wins, 10-0 record

Jan 10, 2022

The Gig Harbor boys expect to face stiffer competition this week, especially at Timberline which it beat in a thriller earlier in the season.

Tide’s Cedarland, Seahawks’ Schmidt sign to play football at Division 1 schools

Jan 05, 2022

Hudson Cedarland will play outside linebacker for Washington State University while Hall Schmidt mans the offensive line at Boise State.

Versatile Tides remain unbeaten in South Sound League girls basketball play

Dec 27, 2021

All-league guards Taylor Schwab and Baylee Young had paced the well-rounded squad to a 4-0 league mark and 4-1 overall.

Tides boys storm to 7-0 record, sit atop state basketball rankings

Dec 17, 2021

Coach Billy Landram’s Gig Harbor squad has scored at a 74-point-per-game clip while clamping down defensively on most of its early-season foes.