If there is question about Haley Borja’s talent, just check the North Whidbey Aquatic Club’s record board.
Strong showings in national and conference championships highlighted the efforts of Coupeville and Oak Harbor high school graduates who competed in collegiate sports this spring.
North Whidbey Aquatic Club’s Haley Borja and Alana Miller earned high-point honors in their respective divisions at the Wine Country Open in Toppenish June 17-19.
The early results of the Whidbey Island Nighthawks baseball experiment are mixed.
Here are a few shots by John Fisken of Oak Harbor High School's spring football scrimmage with Sedro-Woolley Thursday, June 16.
The Oak Harbor High School football team will wrap up spring camp with a scrimmage against Sedro-Woolley at 5 p.m. Thursday, June 16, at Wildcat Memorial Stadium.
Oak Harbor High School seniors Dyllan Harris and AnnaBelle Whitefoot journeyed down different paths to receive the same award: Oak Harbor High School Athlete of the Year for 2015-16.
Oak Harbor’s Patti Miessner placed second and Taryn Hardy third in their respective divisions of the national semifinals of the Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit and Run competition at Seattle’s Safeco Field Sunday, June 12.
The North Whidbey Little League Mariners won the Henry Pope Memorial Baseball Tournament June 3-11 in Langley.
Oak Harbor’s Patti Miessner earned a spot in the semifinals of the national Pitch, Hit and Run contest and will compete at Safeco Field in Seattle Sunday, June 12.
Coupeville High School filled the holes in their coaching staff by looking 10 miles north.
Coupeville High School graduate Tyler King wrapped up his collegiate running career by earning honorable mention All-America honors at the NCAA Division I Championship Track Meet in Eugene Wednesday, June 8.
Makana Stone’s impact on the Coupeville High School athletic program will echo beyond her four years as a Wolf.
The Western Conference and Olympic League recently announced their all-conference teams for the spring of 2016.
While senior Alexa Findley will disappear from Oak Harbor High School when she graduates next week, her name will be stamped on the softball record board that adorns the walls of the athletic complex for years to come.
The 19th Annual Chum Run 5K begins at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 18, at the South Whidbey Community Park.
The North Whidbey Soccer Club’s Deception FC ’07 boys select team is seeking sponsors for the upcoming season.
The Oak Harbor High School girls golf team posted the best score of the four Wesco North schools who took part and finished 11th overall in the 24th Annual Burlington-Edison Girls Invitational at the Skagit Golf and Country Club Monday, April 18.
Edmonds-Woodway’s Kyra Collingridge fired a two-hitter to lead the Warriors to an 11-1 win over the visiting Oak Harbor High School softball team Monday, April 18.
North Whidbey Aquatic Club’s Haley Borja, Jasmine Borja and Alana Miller all won high-point honors at the Might Marlins Madness swim meet in Marysville April 16 and 17.