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Coupeville girls take 1st, boys 2nd in home meet / Track

Overcoming a balky timing system and chilly weather, the Coupeville High School track team put together a strong performance in its only home meet of… Continue reading

Oak Harbor drops game at Meadowdale / Baseball

Meadowdale bunched its offense in one inning to defeat the visiting Oak Harbor High School baseball team 3-0 Thursday, March 29. The Mavericks (2-0, 4-1)… Continue reading

Renaisance wins weekly race / Sailing

Because of light wind, the Oak Harbor Yacht Club Thursday Night Racing Series held only one heat on a short course this week, and Renaisance,… Continue reading

Wildcats overwhelm Everett / Track

Winning every event, the Oak Harbor High School girls track team crushed host Everett 120-22 Thursday, March 29. The Oak Harbor boys also won big,… Continue reading

Wildcats place 3rd at Everett Invitational / Boys golf

The Oak Harbor High School boys golf team placed third in the eight-team Everett Invitational at the Legion Golf Course Thursday, March 29. Nick Krantz… Continue reading

Wolves take big step toward championship / Softball

It’s one down, one to go for the Coupeville High School softball team in its quest for the Olympic League title. The Wolves walloped Klahowya… Continue reading

Besaw to play ball for MCLA

Oak Harbor High School senior James Besaw will play baseball for the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts next spring. Besaw signed with the Trailblazers from… Continue reading

Wolves get into win column / Tennis

The Coupeville High School tennis team dominated doubles play in a 4-3 win over visiting Granite Falls Tuesday, March 27. The Wolves swept all four… Continue reading

Coupeville hammers Klahowya / Baseball

The Coupeville High School baseball team made quick work of Klahowya in the Wolves’ 13-3 league-opening win Wednesday, March 28, in Silverdale. Coupeville scored two… Continue reading

M-P pair tosses perfect game at ‘Cats / Softball

Marysville-Pilchuck’s McKenzie Justice and Lillianne Fischer combined to pitch a five-inning perfect game in the Tomahawks’ 13-0 win in Oak Harbor Wednesday, March 28. After… Continue reading

Oak Harbor blanks Tomahawks / Tennis

Winning every match in straight sets, the Oak Harbor High School tennis team raced past visiting Marysville-Pilchuck 7-0 Wednesday, March 28. The Wildcats (1-1, 2-3)… Continue reading

Wildcats’ Krantz leads way in North meet / Boys golf

Oak Harbor High School’s Nick Krantz tied for medalist honors in the first Wesco North boys golf meet of 2018 at Kayak Point Tuesday, March… Continue reading

Oak Harbor loses at Everett / Girls golf

Everett topped the Oak Harbor High School girls golf team 303-347 Tuesday, March 27, at the Legion Golf Course in Everett. The Seagulls’ Kelsey Robinson… Continue reading

Scots beat Wildcats / Soccer

The Oak Harbor High School soccer team suffered a 12-0 loss to Shorecrest at Shoreline Stadium Tuesday, March 27. “We were missing players, (and) we… Continue reading

Wildcats power past Scots for 1st win / Softball

Rylee Joseph’s first-inning three-run home run ignited an offensive explosion by the Oak Harbor High School softball team and led the Wildcats to their first… Continue reading

Wolves put away Redhawks / Soccer

A hat trick by Derek Leyva spurred the Coupeville High School soccer team to a 3-1 win at Port Townsend Tuesday, March 27. The Wolves… Continue reading

Klahowya continues to rule Olympic League / Soccer

The Klahowya Secondary School soccer team looks like the team to beat again in the Olympic League 1A division. The Eagles (3-0, 3-1-1), gunning for… Continue reading

Seagulls sink Oak Harbor in league opener / Tennis

In a contest of one-sided sets, the Everett High School tennis team defeated Oak Harbor 6-1 Friday, March 23, in the Wesco North opener on… Continue reading

10 hits produce only 1 run in Wildcat loss / Baseball

Although the Oak Harbor High School baseball team had a good day at the plate Friday, March 23, against visiting Marysville-Pilchuck, the Wildcats had little… Continue reading

Good start, bad finish for Wildcats / Soccer

A barrage of second-half goals carried the Edmonds-Woodway High School soccer team to an 8-0 win over visiting Oak Harbor Friday, March 23. “Progress with… Continue reading