With five state qualifiers returning and a deep senior class, it is not unreasonable to think the Oak Harbor High School boys wrestling team can equal its lofty performance of last winter.
The Oak Harbor High School boys basketball season got off to a rugged start as the Wildcats dropped a pair of lopsided home games Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 2 and 3.
A second-half surge carried Anacortes to a 53-36 win over the visiting Oak Harbor High School girls basketball team in the season opener Tuesday, Dec. 2.
The big question heading into the 2013-14 boys basketball season for Oak Harbor High School is whether the Wildcats can continue the success of last winter.
The Oak Harbor High School girls basketball team won’t be shy about shooting, according to first-year coach Jon Atkins.
Three former Oak Harbor High School runners helped their college cross country teams finish in the top 10 in the nation to highlight the athletic efforts of local graduates at the collegiate level this fall.
Local football fans can help Coupeville's Nick Streubel become the Everett Herald's Defensive Player of the Year by casting votes for the Wolf lineman.
Three Oak Harbor High School athletes joined forces with the best cross country runners in the state of Washington to defeat the Oregon all-star teams in the 15th annual BorderClash Saturday, Nov. 23.
Oak Harbor High School freshman Mary Johnston has been selected by the United States Soccer Federation to its U-14 training camp at the national training site in Carson, Calif, Nov. 23-30.
Pay it forward. Peter Esvelt takes over the Oak Harbor High School wrestling program this winter from Mike Crebbin, who resigned after eight years at the helm.
Five building blocks will be the foundation of new Oak Harbor High School girls basketball coach Jon Atkins’ program, and he hopes those tenets will lift the Wildcats back onto a winning track.
Twenty-seven Oak Harbor High School athletes received all-Western Conference honors, including 15 first-team choices, when the league announced its fall awards Tuesday, Nov. 19.
Two weeks ago the Oak Harbor High School volleyball team was in eighth place in the Western Conference standings. Today it is the sixth best 3A team in the state of Washington.
Oak Harbor High School's Marissa Morris placed 13th in the 500-yard freestyle at the Washington State 3A swimming championships Saturday, Nov. 16, in Federal Way.
Five Running Unlimited Fitness athletes qualified for the regional championships through their efforts at the Junior Olympic Association Cross Country Championships Saturday, Nov. 16, at Lower Woodland Park in Seattle.
When Oak Harbor wrestlers return to the mat room Monday to begin another season, the man normally greeting them at the door, Mike Crebbin, will be missing.
Top-ranked Southridge moved one step closer to the state volleyball title by rolling by Oak Harbor 3-0 in the quarterfinals Friday, Nov. 15, at Saint Martin's University in Lacey.
The Oak Harbor High School volleyball team continued its hot streak by defeating Eastside Catholic 3-2 in the opening round of the state tournament Friday, Nov. 15, at Saint Martin's University in Lacey.
The Air Force is getting a new long range bomber. Oak Harbor High School senior Drew Washington agreed Wednesday, Nov. 13, to play basketball for the United States Air Force Academy.