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New coach passing along passion for tennis

Malia Turner dabbled in basketball and ballet while growing up in Lynden, but tennis was her passion. Turner is now sharing her love for the… Continue reading


Prep roundup for Thursday, March 21

Here’s a quick rundown of the athletic contests Coupeville and Oak Harbor high schools played Thursday, March 21. Attached are photos of Coupeville’s track meet… Continue reading


Wildcats nip Falcons / Tennis

Three wins in singles helped carry the Oak Harbor High School tennis team to a 4-3 win over visiting South Whidbey Wednesday, March 20. The… Continue reading


Bulldogs use 3-run innings to top Oak Harbor / Softball

Mount Vernon scored three runs in four different innings to stop the host Oak Harbor High School softball team 12-6 Wednesday, March 20. The Bulldogs’… Continue reading

Golden Eagles clip ‘Cats / Baseball

The Oak Harbor High School baseball team struck first, but host Ferndale struck more often to defeat the visiting Wildcats 7-2 Wednesday, March 20, in… Continue reading

Late Eagle rally sinks Wolves / Baseball

Cedar Park Christian defeated the Coupeville High School baseball team 12-3 Wednesday, March 20, on the Wolves’ diamond, but the game was anything but one-sided.… Continue reading

Oak Harbor overwhelms Getchell, Shorecrest / Boys golf

Posting the five best scores of the afternoon, the Oak Harbor High School boys golf team dominated a three-team meet Tuesday, March 19, at Marysville’s… Continue reading

Oak Harbor takes 13th at Shootout / Girls golf

The Oak Harbor High School girls golf team teed off the 2019 season by placing 13th in the 17-team Whidbey Shootout Tuesday, March 19, at… Continue reading

Short-handed Wolves almost stun King’s / Soccer

The Coupeville High School soccer team nearly upset perennial power King’s despite being a man short much of the contest Tuesday, March 19, at Mickey… Continue reading

Wildcats, Turner claim 1st win / Tennis

It was a first on two fronts for the Oak Harbor High School tennis team when it beat visiting Arlington 5-2 Tuesday, March 19. The… Continue reading

Cedarcrest slices up ‘Cats / Soccer

Cedarcrest cut through the defense of the Oak Harbor High School soccer team for a 4-0 win Tuesday, March 19, at Wildcat Memorial Stadium. Oak… Continue reading

Stanwood stops Oak Harbor 6-1 / Tennis

Stanwood clipped the Oak Harbor High School tennis team 6-1 Monday, March 18, on the Wildcats’ courts. Oak Harbor claimed its point in third singles… Continue reading

Eagles soar by Wolves / Baseball

Cedar Park Christian scored runs in all but the first inning to top the visiting Coupeville High School baseball team 10-0 in five innings Monday,… Continue reading

Wolves knock off Oak Harbor / Softball

The Coupeville High School softball team won only one of three games over the weekend, but the Wolves got the one they cherished the most.… Continue reading

Wildcat Battalion earns 2nd at regional meet / JROTC

The Oak Harbor High School NJROTC drill and rifle teams finished second to Shelton at the regional championships Saturday, March 16, at Oregon City, Oregon.… Continue reading

Ground Zero competes in 3 events

Oak Harbor athletes for the Ground Zero artistic and trampoline/tumbling teams competed in several competitions over the weekend. The artistic team participated in the Washington… Continue reading

Cougars take 5th in league tournament / Middle school wrestling

North Whidbey finished fifth out of seven teams at the middle school league wrestling tournament Saturday, March 16, in Oak Harbor. Nine Cougars placed among… Continue reading

Coupeville crushes Nooksack Valley / Soccer

Derek Leyva scored four goals and registered two assists to help the Coupeville High School soccer team bury Nooksack Valley 9-1 Saturday, March 16, in… Continue reading

Coupeville loses pair / Baseball

The Coupeville High School baseball team dropped two games over the weekend; one was close, the other not so much. The Wolves were edged 2-1… Continue reading

M-P uses OH errors to scoot by the Wildcats / Baseball

Marysville-Pilchuck used mistakes by the Oak Harbor High School baseball team to defeat the visiting Wildcats 8-3 Friday, March 15, in the Wesco opener for… Continue reading