Jim Waller

Wildcats whip Mariner / Boys wrestling

The Oak Harbor High School boys wrestling team picked up a non-league win by beating host Mariner 38-31 Monday, Jan. 14. The Wildcats head to… Continue reading

Coupeville hosts Coaches for Cancer

The Coupeville/South Whidbey basketball games Friday, Jan. 18, in Coupeville have been designated Coaches versus Cancer Night by the island schools and the North Sound… Continue reading

Erikson takes 2nd at Arlington tournament / Girls wrestling

Oak Harbor’s Ella Erikson placed second at the Arlington Girls Rumble Saturday, Jan. 12. The Wildcats were represented by only two wrestlers and finished 14th… Continue reading

Oak Harbor monopolizes podium / JROTC

Wildcat Battalion of the Oak Harbor High School NJROTC unit gathered nine first places at the second regular-season competition Saturday, Jan. 12, at Port Angeles… Continue reading

Wolves overcome setbacks to sink Sultan / Girls basketball

First the good news: The Coupeville High School girls basketball team overcame adversity and came from behind to win 29-27 at Sultan Friday, Jan. 11.… Continue reading

Shorecrest stops Oak Harbor / Girls basketball

Excelling at both ends of the court, the visiting Shorecrest High School girls basketball to defeated Oak Harbor 67-21 Friday, Jan. 11. The win upped… Continue reading

Sultan explodes after break to beat Wolves / Boys basketball

Sultan buried the visiting Coupeville High School boys basketball team with a 27-point third quarter in a 67-28 win Friday, Jan. 11. The Turks held… Continue reading

Scots squeak by Oak Harbor / Boys basketball

In a game that was close throughout, the Shorecrest High School boys basketball team eked out a 69-66 win over visiting Oak Harbor Friday, Jan.… Continue reading

Adamson earns All-American honors / College football

Tyler Adamson, a 2015 graduate of Oak Harbor High School, was named honorable mention All-American by D3football.com last month. The honor is the latest in… Continue reading

Oak Harbor falls in double-dual / Boys wrestling

The Oak Harbor High School boys wrestling team dropped both ends of a home double-dual meet Thursday, Jan. 10. The Wildcats lost to Everett 38-30… Continue reading

Free-throw follies hurt Wildcats / Girls basketball

The inability to hit free throws hurt the Oak Harbor High School girls basketball team in a 42-32 loss at Mountlake Terrace Thursday, Jan. 10.… Continue reading

Late surge too little, Wildcats lose to Chargers / Boys wrestling

The Oak Harbor High School boys wrestling team scored the meet’s final 19 points, but it wasn’t enough as the Wildcats fell 40-31 at Marysville… Continue reading

3 lead Oak Harbor at Lakewood scramble / Girls wrestling

A trio of Oak Harbor High School wrestlers won both their matches at the girls Lakewood scramble Wednesday, Jan. 9. Ella Erikson (115 pounds), Taylor… Continue reading

North Whidbey Little League begins spring registration

Registration for the upcoming North Whidbey Little League season is underway. Players can register at the Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce from 10 a.m. until… Continue reading

Hawks fly by Wildcats / Boys basketball

The Mountlake Terrace High School boys basketball team raced by Oak Harbor a 65-52 for a Western Conference win Wednesday, Jan. 9, on the Wildcats’… Continue reading

Deception Pass Squadron hosts swap meet, jamboree / Boating

The Deception Pass Sail and Power Squadron will host a swap meet and jamboree from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 6, at Catalina… Continue reading

Wolves tame Tigers for 1st NSC win / Boys basketball

Strong at the beginning and end, the Coupeville High School boys basketball team won for the first time in North Sound Conference play, defeating visiting… Continue reading

Mavericks beat short-handed Wildcats / Girls basketball

Down two starters, the Oak Harbor High School girls basketball team was no match for visiting Meadowdale as the Mavericks left town with a 47-25… Continue reading

Despite loss, Wildcats feel like winners / Swim and dive

While the Oak Harbor High School swim and dive team did not win its home opener Tuesday, Jan. 8, the meet, itself, was a victory.… Continue reading

Eagle star leads CPC over Wolves / Girls basketball

It didn’t take the Coupeville High School girls basketball team long to witness the talents of Cedar Park Christian’s Irena Korolenko in the Eagles’ 48-28… Continue reading