For the third consecutive year, Oak Harbor High School football player Tyler Adamson, cross country runner John Rodeheffer and swimmers Mollie Briddell and Marissa Morris earned all-league, first-team honors when the Western Conference announced its awards this week.
The Oak Harbor High School boys and girls basketball teams will host "Late Night with the 'Cats" at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 21.
The Whidbey Wildcat Wrestling Club competed in two tournaments at Anacortes last weekend, producing five champions.
The U-17 Islanders played to a 2-2 tie at Issaquah Sunday, Nov. 16.
The Cascade Cyclocross Series visits Oak Harbor's Fort Nugent Park Saturday, Nov. 22.
Molly Vagt, Marissa Morris and the 200 medley relay team all scored points for Oak Harbor High School at the 3A state swimming championships at Federal Way Friday and Saturday, Nov. 14 and 15.
Josh Bayne leads a group of 10 Coupeville High School athletes who received 1A Olympic League first-team honors for the fall of 2014.
These Seahawks wore a different shade of green, but their performance was reminiscent of the world champions from Seattle.
It seems even Olympic medalists have to do their own laundry. Oak Harbor High School graduate Marti Malloy, who won a bronze medal in judo in the 2012 London Olympics, discussed her career during a phone interview last month in between folding clothes at a San Jose laundromat.
Though Coupeville High School football coach Tony Maggio resigned last week after three years directing the program, he won’t disappear from the Central Whidbey athletic scene.
Oak Harbor High School senior Jonalynn Horn signed a letter of intent Thursday, Nov. 13, to run for Idaho State University next year.
The Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association selected Coupeville senior Josh Bayne as their 1A Athlete of the Week.
Neither Federal Way nor a muddy field could slow down the Islanders U-17 soccer team in its 8-2 win Sunday, Nov. 9.
Seniors John Rodeheffer and Jonalynn Horn made Oak Harbor High School cross country history with their performances at the state 3A meet at the Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco Saturday, Nov. 8.
Stanwood scored midway through the fourth period to come from behind and defeat the Oak Harbor Youth Football League peewee team for the North Cascade League championship Saturday, Nov. 8, at Mount Vernon High School.
Unable to solve the Ferndale puzzle, the Oak Harbor High School volleyball team fell 3-0 to the Golden Eagles in the District 1 tournament at Marysville-Pilchuck High School Saturday, Nov. 8, and was denied a return trip to the state tournament.
Seven Oak Harbor High School swimmers qualified for state and helped the Wildcats place second in the district meet at the Snohomish Aquatic Center Saturday, Nov. 8.
Oak Harbor Youth Football League players learned this season that football, brutal as it can be, is just a game, and that life sometimes hits much harder than a tackle.
Sophomore Princeton Lollar gutted the Kennedy Catholic defense for 214 yards and three touchdowns to lead Oak Harbor to a 34-14 win over the visiting Lancers Friday, Nov. 7, in a quad-district game.
It was a going away party for coach Tony Maggio, and Josh Bayne and his Coupeville High School football teammates made sure it was an eventful bash.