Oak Harbor Youth Football started the 2015 season this week, and photographer John Fisken snapped a few shots of the opening practice.
The Coupeville High School football team hosted Lakeside in a scrimmage Saturday, July 25, at Mickey Clark Field.
Sun and sails glistened on the waters of Penn Cove and Saratoga Passage as Whidbey Island Race Week 2015 wrapped up its 33rd regatta Friday, July 24.
North Whidbey Little League is accepting registrations for fall ball.
For most teenagers, summer vacation feeds two of their favorite things -- sleeping in and kickin’ back.
Photographer John Fisken caught some of the action in Oak Harbor High School's final day of football team camp in Wenatchee Thursday, July 23.
What better way to provide safe and sober graduation activities for Coupeville High School seniors than through an event that promotes good health and well-being?
The Oak Harbor High School football team is in Wenatchee this week for its annual team camp.
East Lake Sammamish ousted the North Whidbey Junior (13/14) Little League team from the state tournament with a 13-3 win Monday, July 20, in Vancouver.
The North Whidbey Junior (13/14) Little League team was a victim of a no-hitter in its first game of the Washington state tournament Sunday, July 19, in Vancouver, losing 11-1 to District 12 in five innings.
North Whidbey Aquatic Club swimmers nabbed 12 top-eight finishes at the Seattle Age Group Open at the Colman Pool Friday and Saturday, June 17 and 18.
The 33rd Annual Whidbey Island Race Week included dinghy/small boat racing for the first time, and 45 boats took advantage of the opportunity.
Oak Harbor native Marti Malloy geared up for the world judo championships next month by winning the gold medal in the 57kg class in the Pan American Games Sunday, July 12, in Toronto.
Although the Oak Harbor Legion baseball team finished its 2015 season with two losses in the district tournament this week, coach Kyle Isaacson saw his team improve over the summer.
A softball player with deep Oak Harbor roots helped a team from the Northwest win a United States Specialty Sports Association tournament title Thursday, July 16, in Orlando.
The Whidbey Islanders girls U12 team started the summer season by placing second in the Seattle Cup July 11 and 12 at the Starfire Complex in Tukwila.
The North Whidbey 11/12 Little League baseball team finished third in the District 11 tournament after losing 10-0 in four innings to host South Whidbey Tuesday, July 14.
Central Whidbey’s protest in the 9/10 Little League state softball tournament in Vancouver was denied late Monday, July 13, and the Coupeville team was eliminated with a 14-11 loss to Northeast Seattle.
Anacortes completed a run through the consolation bracket by defeating North Whidbey 11-0 in four innings in the championship game of the 9/10 District 11 tournament Sunday, July 12, at Windjammer Park.
The North Whidbey Aquatics Club sent seven swimmers to the second annual Mark Prothero Invitational in Federal Way last weekend, and all put in solid performances.