Wiley Hesselgrave, a junior on the Coupeville High School boys basketball team, was named to the first-team, all-Olympic League team for the 2014-15 season.
First, the Coupeville High School girls basketball team dominated the Olympic League, then it dominated the selections for all-conference honors.
Junior Dyllan Harris topped the list of winners when the Oak Harbor High School boys basketball team received its letters and special awards last week.
Jay Long, public address announcer for Oak Harbor High School football and basketball games, will call games at the Washington State 3A and 4A basketball tournaments beginning Thursday, March 5, at the Tacoma Dome.
Evaluations are complete, but North Whidbey Little League is still accepting registrations for all levels of baseball and softball for the spring season.
Central Whidbey Little League is still accepting registrations for this season.
Three Oak Harbor High School Navy Junior Reserve Officer Corp teams wrapped up divisional titles after completing the regular season at Snohomish High School Saturday, Feb. 28.
The teachers and coaches came out the winners, 63-52, in the annual Oak Harbor High School student-staff game Friday, Feb. 27.
Their success in running has earned them trips to California, Kansas, Maryland, New Mexico, North Carolina and Virginia.
The Coupeville High School gymnasium is filled with the sweat and intense competition of prep basketball on Friday nights. On Saturday mornings, that effort and emotion change to the fun-loving play and the smiles of youth basketball.
For the Oak Harbor High School baseball team, the seeds of success in spring are sewn in the winter.
With four of its five representatives placing, the Oak Harbor High School boys wrestling team finished eighth in the state 3A tournament, one of the best finishes ever by the Wildcats.
Oak Harbor High School's lone entry in the 3A state swim meet, the 200-yard freestyle relay team, placed 24th at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way Friday, Feb. 20.
The Oak Harbor High School Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corp rifle and orienteering teams added more medals to their growing collection this weekend.
Although it had its four-year title string snapped, the Oak Harbor High School bowling team still produced an impressive showing at the state tournament at the Kenmore Lanes in Bothell Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 21 and 22.
The Coupeville High School girls basketball team's season ran out of steam when it ran out of players in a 50-44 overtime loss to 10th-ranked Seattle Christian in the District 3 1A tournament Wednesday, Feb. 18.
The Oak Harbor High School Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corp orienteering team finished ninth in the Navy National Championships Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 14 and 15, at Vasquez Rocks Regional Park in Agua Dulce, Calif.
Bellevue Christian used a physical defense to slow the Coupeville High School girls basketball team and hand the Wolves a 50-33 loss in the district tournament at Sumner High School Monday, Feb. 16.
For the Coupeville High School boys basketball team, its 59-36 district tournament loss at Cascade Christian in Puyallup Saturday, Feb. 14, was the end of the season. The game, however, marked a beginning as well.
North Whidbey Little League will hold evaluations for all baseball players ages 9-12 on Saturday, Feb. 21, at Windjammer Park (Field A) and for all softball players ages 9-16 on Sunday, Feb. 22, at Volunteer Park.