Coupeville High School's Josiah Campbell, Makana Stone and Madison Tisa-McPhee all secured berths for the finals at the tri-district track meet after the preliminary rounds Thursday, May 16, at King's.
Five Oak Harbor High School boys qualified for the state meet after finishing in the top three in their events in day one of the two-day district track meet at Marysville-Pilchuck High School Wednesday, May 14.
With a two-day total of 158, Oak Harbor junior Annie Leete won the girls 3A district golf tournament by 20 strokes Tuesday and Wednesday, May 14 and 15, at Marysville's Cedarcrest Golf Course.
Coupeville High School senior Austin Fields qualified for his third state golf tournament and sophomore sister Christine her second through their efforts at the tri-district meet at Bremerton's Gold Mountain courses Tuesday, May 14.
Three members of the Island Flyers trampoline and tumbling team snared regional titles at Las Vegas May 10-12.
May is National Bike Month and this Friday, May 17, is Bike to Work Day, a perfect time for Whidbey Island communities to recognize and celebrate all the benefits of bicycling.
It took two playoff holes, but Oak Harbor High School's Mac Kerfoot earned a trip to the state 3A boys golf tournament with a strong finish at the district tournament at the Snohomish Golf Course Tuesday and Wednesday, May 14 and 15.
Unable to generate much offense, the Oak Harbor High School softball team lost two games and was eliminated from the district tournament Tuesday, May 14, at Everett's Phil Johnson Fields.
Oak Harbor junior Annie Leete broke a 39-year-old school record by shooting a blistering 70 to scorch the rest of the field in day one of the 3A district girls golf tournament at Marysville’s Cedarcrest Golf Course Tuesday, May 14.
The Coupeville High School softball team’s offense returned from vacation just in time to help the Wolves pick up a win in the district softball tournament at Sedro-Woolley’s Janiki Fields Friday and Saturday, May 10 and 11.
The Oak Harbor Babe Ruth baseball team lost big and won big at the Lynden Spring Fling Tournament Saturday and Sunday, May 11 and 12.
The Oak Harbor High School boys track team captured first and the girls second in the Wesco 3A North Division at the conference championship meet Wednesday and Friday, May 8 and 10, at Shoreline Stadium.
Four individuals and four relay teams from Coupeville High School qualified for the tri-district track meet after qualifying at the district meet at Lynden Christian High School Friday, May 10.
Coupeville High School's Amanda d'Almeida finished third in the 1A Northwest District tennis tournament Thursday and Saturday, May 9 and 11, at South Whidbey High School, just missing a berth in the tri-district tournament.
Coupeville High School's Austin Fields and Christine Fields both qualified for the tri-district golf tournament with top-five finishes in the district meet at the North Bellingham Golf Club Thursday, May 9.
Oak Harbor High School's Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps finished 21st in the Navy National Academic, Athletic and Drill Championships last weekend.
Oak Harbor High School will make its first trip to the district softball tournament in at least 10 years thanks to a 7-4 win in eight innings in a tie-breaker game at Marysville-Getchell Thursday, May 9.
Oak Harbor's Annie Leete continued her dominance over the Western Conference by taking medalist honors at the 3A league tournament Thursday, May 9, at Jackson Park in Seattle.
Oak Harbor High School soccer coach Brian Thompson emphasized the positive after his team was eliminated from the district tournament with a 4-1 loss at Stanwood Thursday, May 9.
The Coupeville High School softball team finished conference play with a 4-1 loss at Sultan Thursday, May 9, and will now look to make a run through the district tournament.