Coupeville High School's young volleyball team put together a strong, all-around performance to defeat visiting Port Townsend 3-0 Thursday, Oct. 8, in a non-league match.
The Oak Harbor High School volleyball team wasn't able to hold a big lead in the first game with visiting Edmonds-Woodway Thursday, Oct. 8, and that set the tone for a 3-1 loss.
Meadowdale scored in stoppage time to down the Oak Harbor High School soccer team 2-1 Thursday, Oct. 8, at Wildcat Memorial Stadium.
For the seventh time in 11 matches this season, an Oak High School tennis match was decided by one point when the Wildcats fell 4-3 to visiting Stanwood Thursday, Oct. 8.
The only thing consistent about the 2015 Oak Harbor High School volleyball team is its inconsistency.
The final 3-0 scores seemed to indicate that host Bellevue Christian dominated its volleyball match with Coupeville High School Tuesday, Oct. 6; that was not the case.
For the second time this fall, the Arlington High School tennis team trimmed Oak Harbor 4-3 Tuesday, Oct. 6, at Arlington.
Wildcat United continued its strong middle school cross country season with impressive showings in two meets this week.
Coupeville High School soccer coach Troy Cowan understands that every match includes many more "wins" than the big one on the scoreboard.
First Mother Nature drenched the Oak Harbor High School football team, then host Arlington's passing attack rained down on the Wildcats. Oak Harbor built a 21-3 lead before the Eagles exploded for 35 unanswered points to win their homecoming game that was peppered by a steady rain.
The six-day wait was worth it. Behind three goals by Caylie Etherington, the Oak Harbor High School soccer team won 3-1 at Anacortes Friday, Oct. 2, in a non-league match.
The Coupeville High School tennis team moved closer to capturing the Olympic League 1A title with a 6-1 win over Klahowya in Silverdale Friday, Oct. 2.
Seahawk superstitions run deep in the Abercrombie family and they’ll be on display again when the couple attends Seattle’s next game against the Detroit Lions on Monday Night Football.
Flags were flying at Mickey Clark Field in Coupeville Friday night, but it wasn't a patriotic demonstration but a penalty-marred football game. Klahowya defeated the Wolves 29-13 in a contest that featured more than 20 penalties, many major.
Pushing aside mistakes and handling tense situations, the Oak Harbor High School volleyball team stunned visiting Glacier Peak 3-2 Thursday, Oct. 1.
In cross country action at Lake Stevens Thursday, Oct. 1, the Oak Harbor High School boys placed third and the girls fourth in a five-team meet.
Kayleigh Harper, a 2014 graduate of Oak Harbor High School now playing volleyball for Western Washington University, was named the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week for Sept. 20-26.
The Skagit Valley College volleyball team will compete at Oak Harbor High School at 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 2, to honor military personnel.
For the third time in three tries this season, the Oak Harbor High School tennis team tripped up Marysville Getchell 4-3, the latest win coming Thursday, Oct. 1, on the Wildcats' courts.
Lake Stevens remained undefeated by stopping the Oak Harbor swim and dive team 115-70 Thursday, Oct. 1.