Jim Waller

Wolves roll by Friday Harbor / Tennis

Renewing a rivalry with a former league foe, the Coupeville High School tennis team blanked visiting Friday Harbor 5-0 Tuesday, Oct. 9. The Wolves had… Continue reading

Wildcat girls place 5th, boys 9th in 32-team meet / Cross country

The Oak Harbor High School girls placed fifth and the boys ninth at the 32-team Bill Kehoe South Sound Cross Country Invitational Saturday, Oct. 6,… Continue reading

Coupeville runs in big meet / Cross country

Coupeville’s small team was part of one of the largest high school cross country meets in the United States when the Wolves ran at the… Continue reading

Eagles edge OH in OT / Football

In a game with a wild and unorthodox finish, Arlington defeated the visiting Oak Harbor High School football team 48-42 in overtime Friday, Oct. 5.… Continue reading

Turks top Wolves in homecoming game / Football

Sultan spoiled Coupeville High School’s homecoming football game Friday, Oct. 5, by whipping the Wolves 38-6. With that special occasion out of the way, the… Continue reading

Prep roundup for Thursday, Oct. 4

Here’s a rundown on local prep sports for Thursday, Oct. 4, Coupeville Volleyball Coupeville blanked visiting Port Townsend 3-0 (25-13, 25-14, 25-14) in a non-league… Continue reading

Wildcats fall in match of undefeated teams / Volleyball

In a showdown of unbeaten volleyball teams, defending Wesco champion Stanwood ran its conference win streak to 23 matches by beating host Oak Harbor 3-0… Continue reading

Wolves beat Bush / Tennis

With the match in the balance, Jakobi Baumann had to work overtime to help the Coupeville High School tennis team edge host Bush 3-2 Wednesday,… Continue reading

Showdown at the O.H. corral: Oak Harbor, Stanwood meet in battle of unbeaten volleyball teams

The logjam at the top of the Western Conference volleyball standings is about to be blown up. Four teams, including Oak Harbor, are unbeaten —… Continue reading

Wildcats avoid upset / Volleyball

Upset-minded Mountlake Terrace put a scare in the Oak Harbor High School volleyball team before the visiting Wildcats pulled out a 3-1 win Tuesday, Oct.… Continue reading

King’s hands Coupeville its 1st loss / Volleyball

In a battle of unbeaten conference teams, King’s reigned 3-0 over visiting Coupeville Tuesday, Oct. 2. The Knights (4-0, 6-1) are the defending state champions… Continue reading

1st-place King’s crowns Coupeville / Soccer

When it comes to girls soccer, there are few 1A programs that can compare to King’s. The Knights (6-0, 8-1) are the defending state champions… Continue reading

Oak Harbor, controlling ball and clock, clips Golden Eagles / Football

Woody Hayes would be proud. Following the legendary Ohio State coach’s philosophy of “three yards and a cloud of dust,” the Oak Harbor High School… Continue reading

Time runs out before Coupeville can complete comeback / Football

Falling just short in its effort for a stunning comeback, the Coupeville High School football team fell 20-14 to King’s Friday, Sept. 28, at Mickey… Continue reading

U Prep stops Wolves / Tennis

The University Prep tennis team dominated play in a 5-0 win over visiting Coupeville Friday, Sept. 28. The Pumas (5-3) not only swept the team… Continue reading

Back on board: Wildcats return to pool / Swim and dive

Home at last. The Oak Harbor High School swim and dive team returned to John Vanderzicht Memorial Pool this week when the facility opened for… Continue reading

Photos: Oak Harbor alumni compete for Whatcom / Volleyball

Two former Oak Harbor High School volleyball players, Hailee Blau and Samantha Hines, now compete for Whatcom Community College. Photographer John Fisken stopped by Skagit… Continue reading

Oak Harbor boys, girls both 2nd in latest meet / Cross country

Glacier Peak was nearly perfect twice and Oak Harbor nipped Lynnwood for second in both the boys and girls events at a four-team cross country… Continue reading

Late T-bird goal sinks Oak Harbor / Soccer

A late goal helped host Shorewood slip by the Oak Harbor High School soccer team Thursday, Sept. 27. The Wildcats trailed 1-0 at halftime, then… Continue reading

Tigers use big second half to stop Wolves / Soccer

Granite Falls erupted for three second-half goals to beat the Coupeville High School soccer team 4-1 Thursday, Sept. 27, at Mickey Clark Field. The Wolves’… Continue reading