Jim Waller

Oak Harbor pastes Panthers / Baseball

After spotting Snohomish a three-run lead, the Oak Harbor High School baseball team exploded for 15 runs over three innings to thump the host Panthers… Continue reading

Oak Harbor captures 4-team match / Boys golf

Paced by medalist Nick Krantz, the Oak Harbor High School boys golf team won a four-school non-league match Tuesday, April 9, at the Whidbey Golf… Continue reading

‘Cats win conference opener / Tennis

The Oak Harbor High School tennis team opened Western Conference play with a 4-3 win at Arlington Tuesday, April 9. In addition to picking up… Continue reading

Errors allow T-birds to escape with win / Softball

Errors ruled the day in Oak Harbor’s 11-8 loss to the visiting Shorewood High School softball team Tuesday, April 9. The Wildcats out-hit the Thunderbirds… Continue reading

Wolves fall to Falcons / Tennis

Playing just its second match of the season, the Coupeville High School tennis team lost 4-1 to visiting South Whidbey Tuesday, April 9. Jaimee Masters… Continue reading

Marathon Man: Mendoza to complete 100th 26.2-mile race this weekend

For recreational runners, completing a marathon is often a bucket list item. Oak Harbor’s Willy Mendoza has checked off that box — 99 times. Mendoza… Continue reading

Coupeville drops series opener / Baseball

It was a bad matchup for the Coupeville High School baseball team. The Wolves, whose offense has been stuck in the mud all season, had… Continue reading

Wildcats take 12th in 23-team tournament / Boys golf

The Oak Harbor High School boys golf team placed 12th out of 23 teams at the 18th annual Tom Dolan Memorial Invitational Monday, April 8,… Continue reading

League leaders top Oak Harbor / Soccer

First-place Meadowdale stayed atop the Western Conference with a 10-1 win over the Oak Harbor High School soccer team Monday, April 8, at Wildcat Memorial… Continue reading

Mahelona finishes 11th at state / Gymnastics

Oak Harbor’s Ashlynn Mahelona from Ground Zero Gymnastics finished 11th at the Washington State Level 5 Championships Sunday, April 7, in Seattle. Mahelona placed eighth… Continue reading

Sabertooth Shooting Squad takes 3rd at regional competition / Shooting

Teams representing Oak Harbor’s Sabertooth Shooting Squad finished third and 10th at the Civilian Marksmanship Program’s Regional Championship April 4-6 at the Mountain America Exposition… Continue reading

Fast-starting Seagulls soar by Oak Harbor / Baseball

This one was pretty much over before the Oak Harbor High School baseball team got a chance to bat. The first 10 Everett batters all… Continue reading

Knights blank Coupeville 8-0 / Baseball

After dropping the series finale 8-0 to King’s at Shorewood High School Friday, April 5, things won’t get any easier for a Coupeville High School… Continue reading

CWSA hosts benefit match / Shooting

Sharpshooters can win an Easter ham and help a worthy cause at the same time at the Central Whidbey Sportsmen’s Association Charity Benefit Match 9… Continue reading

Oak Harbor, Everett split / Baseball

After beating Everett in a 3-2 thriller at home Tuesday, April 2, the Oak Harbor High School baseball team booted away a chance to upend… Continue reading

Rally runs dry, Wolves lose 3-2 / Baseball

A seventh-inning rally came up one run short and the Coupeville High School baseball team fell 3-2 to visiting King’s Wednesday, April 3. Down 3-0… Continue reading

Murphy outslugs Oak Harbor / Softball

Both teams scored in every inning, but visiting Archbishop Murphy put up more crooked numbers in a 16-6 win over the Oak Harbor High School… Continue reading

Wildcats whip Warriors / Softball

The Oak Harbor High School softball team scored seven runs in the first inning and then played add-on in an 18-8 thumping of host Edmonds-Woodway… Continue reading

Murphy pulls away after break / Soccer

Archbishop Murphy exploded for three second-half goals to break open a close contest and win 5-1 over the Oak Harbor High School soccer team Monday,… Continue reading

Rise Academy, Ground Zero athletes gather gold at state championships / Trampoline and tumbling

Whidbey athletes representing Oak Harbor’s Rise Academy of Arts and Mount Vernon’s Ground Zero Gymnastics collected a bushel of gold medals at the Washington State… Continue reading