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Oak Harbor pair qualifies for state meet / Cross country

Oak Harbor’s Alex Smith and Dallas Riddle-Stevens earned return trips to the 3A state cross country meet with their efforts at the district finals Saturday,… Continue reading

Coupeville’s season comes to an end / Cross country

Coupeville’s first official cross country season in 20 years came to a close at the Bi-District meet Saturday, Oct. 27, at South Whidbey High School.… Continue reading

Wildcats whip Scots, face Timberline in playoffs / Football

As it did in 2016, the Oak Harbor High School football team will open the postseason in Lacey against Timberline. The set-up is similar, but… Continue reading

Tigers tame Wolves in season finale / Football

With a handful of walking wounded haunting its sidelines, the short-handed Coupeville High School football team lost its final game of the season and final… Continue reading

Wolves head to district play after defeating Sultan / Volleyball

Tuning up for the district tournament, the Coupeville High School volleyball team blanked visiting Sultan 3-0 on Senior Night in the regular-season finale Wednesday, Oct.… Continue reading

Oak Harbor blanks Chargers / Volleyball

A 3-0 win at Marysville Getchell Monday, Oct. 22, helped the Oak Harbor High School volleyball team hold onto third place in the Wesco standings.… Continue reading

Wildcats wrap up season at district / Tennis

The Oak Harbor High School tennis season came to an end at the District 1 tournament Monday, Oct. 22, at Arlington High School. Both Oak… Continue reading

Oak Harbor runs in the middle in Wesco Championship meet / Cross country

The Oak Harbor High School cross country teams finished in the middle of the pack at the Western Conference Championships Saturday, Oct. 20, at Lakewood… Continue reading

Most Wolves PR at league meet / Cross country

Saving their best for the biggest meet so far this season, the Coupeville High School cross country runners posted a handful of personal records at… Continue reading

Storm rain on Oak Harbor’s title hopes / Football

Oak Harbor High School’s dreams of winning the Wesco North football championship were cut down by the thunderbolt of Squalicum’s quick-strike offense. The Storm defeated… Continue reading

Despite loss to CPC, Coupeville still in playoff hunt / Football

Cedar Park Christian - Bothell clinched its first league football title in the school’s 14-year history of the sport by blanking Coupeville 42-0 Friday, Oct.… Continue reading

Wolves bow out early in league tournament / Tennis

The Coupeville High School tennis season came to an abrupt end when all four of the Wolves’ entrants fell in the loser-out first round of… Continue reading

Wildcats win wild one with Eagles / Volleyball

It was not a match for the faint of heart. The Oak Harbor High School volleyball team eked out a 3-2 win over visiting Arlington… Continue reading

Oak Harbor beats Arlington, waits for word on playoffs / Soccer

Winning 2-0 at Arlington Thursday, Oct. 18, in the regular season finale might not be enough to lift the Oak Harbor High School soccer team… Continue reading

Cougars take 2nd in championship meet / Middle school cross country

North Whidbey Middle School placed second in the six-team league cross country championships Wednesday, Oct. 17, at Fort Nugent Park. Anacortes captured the title with… Continue reading

Coupeville girls take 3rd, boys 5th in league meet / Middle school cross country

The Coupeville girls placed third and the boys fifth at the middle school cross country championships Wednesday, Oct. 17, at South Whidbey High School. Eighth-grader… Continue reading

3 Wildcats earn district berths / Tennis

Oak Harbor High School tennis players Nick Krantz, Ezra Franklin and Micah Franklin earned berths in the district tournament by placing in the top four… Continue reading

Short-handed Wolves win / Volleyball

Competing without one of its most talented players, the Coupeville High School volleyball team overcame the absence to win 3-1 at Granite Falls Wednesday, Oct.… Continue reading

Coupeville claims winning record in tough conference / Tennis

A win in its final regular season match enabled the Coupeville High School tennis team finish with a winning record in the powerful Emerald City… Continue reading

Wolves lose, denied playoff berth / Soccer

A loss in its season finale and an upset win by Sultan knocked the Coupeville High School soccer team out of the postseason picture. The… Continue reading