Kevin Doucette

Kevin Doucette grew up in Olalla before moving to Chimacum at the age of 12. He played much baseball and soccer as a youth, and has always been an avid sports fan. He returned to Olalla after high school and attended Olympic College where he served as sports editor of the school newspaper. After living in Bellingham for nearly eight years and working as a freelance sportswriter for the Ferndale Record, Kevin moved back to Olalla last year and doesn't plan to leave again. He loves the area and the strong community of people who comprise it.

Tides trim sixth-ranked Timberline to improve to 3-0 in boys basketball

Dec 10, 2021

Will Landram scored 25 points, Luke Browne 24 and Christian Parrish 15 to pace the Tides in the league-opening thriller.

Undefeated Peninsula volleyball team sets sights on state championship at SunDome

Nov 18, 2021

Family-like squad hopes to finish perfect season with a state title.

Strong second half helps Peninsula advance in playoffs

Nov 07, 2021

Seahawks overcome 12 penalties to defeat Edmonds-Woodway 28-21 in opening round, host Rainier Beach on Saturday.

Tides win final regular-season game against River Ridge, stay alive in playoffs

Oct 30, 2021

The Tides’ effective passing game and stiff defense propelled them to a 28-6 defeat of the Hawks and into a mini-playoff Tuesday.

What a weekend to be a Mariners fan

Oct 05, 2021

Seattle didn’t reach the postseason again, but the final games had a playoff atmosphere that hasn’t been felt in decades.

Second straight come-from-behind victory keeps Peninsula undefeated in league play

Sep 25, 2021

After falling behind 14-0, Peninsula scored four unanswered touchdowns and then hung on for a 35-33 defeat of Timberline.

‘Unbelievable’ comeback leads Seahawks to sixth straight Fish Bowl victory

Sep 19, 2021

Peninsula stormed back from a 28-0 halftime deficit and, in the driving rain, tied the game in regulation and prevailed in overtime, 35-28.

Tides look to end Fish Bowl losing streak Friday night

Sep 16, 2021

Gig Harbor has lost five straight Fish Bowls, but have been impressive in winning their first two games of the year. Peninsula also looked good last week in springing back from a season-opening loss.

Filkins: Seahawks ‘tremendously disappointing’ in season opener

Sep 04, 2021

After more than a year without fans filling the seats, Peninsula’s season-opener against the 3A powerhouse Bellevue Wolverines was not how the Seahawks envisioned their return to Friday night lights in front of a packed home crowd. On paper, the non-league football matchup appeared enticing. The Seahawks and Wolverines entered the contest ranked No. 6

Seahawks Football ready for normal, and fun, season

Sep 03, 2021

The eight-ranked Seahawks open the season at home Sept. 3 against No. 4 powerhouse Bellevue. They’re coming off five straight winning seasons.