A handful of Oak Harbor and Coupeville high school graduates competed in collegiate athletics this fall, and none were more impressive than the cross country runners who helped their schools place among the country’s best in their respective national championship meets.
Here’s a rundown of Oak Harbor and Coupeville high school athletes who picked up awards this fall.
Following are the results from last weekend’s Wildcat Thanksgiving Throwdown results for Whidbey Wildcats Wrestling Club:
I guess it is safe to say that Wiley Hesselgrave is competitive. The senior football and basketball player is also the most accomplished male athlete in his class at Coupeville High School.
The public can get a glimpse of the 2015-16 Oak Harbor High School wrestling team at the Purple and Gold scrimmage at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 1.
Nine North Whidbey Aquatic Club swimmers competed in the 2015 Pacific Northwest Swimming Division 4 Age Group Invitational at Kamiak High School in Mukilteo Nov. 21 and 22 and produced 45 lifetime bests in 47 events.
The Second Annual Saturday Night with the ’Cats tips off at 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 28.
Oak Harbor High School senior Dyllan Harris has some unfinished business.
Two Oak Harbor High School seniors signed letters of intent this week to play volleyball in college next fall.
The Olympic League announced its all-conference volleyball team this week, and three Coupeville High School athletes earned spots on the squad.
Five Coupeville High School football players and three soccer players were named first-team all-conference when the Olympic League announced its awards this week.
Her success as a coach landed her in the Northwest Nazarene University Athletic Hall of Fame; her compassion for her players landed her in the hearts of those she coached.
The name at the top of the roster for the Oak Harbor High School wrestling program is different, but the central principles of the team remain the same. Larry Falcon, an assistant at OHHS since 2003, begins his first year as the head coach when the Wildcats hit the mat room Monday for the first practice of the season.
Sophomore Jillian Pape’s 13th place in the 50-yard freestyle led the Oak Harbor High School swim team’s effort at the state 3A meet at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way Nov. 13 and 14.
Alana Miller earned North Whidbey Aquatic Club Swimmer of the Meet honors for her effort at the Bob Miller Classic Nov. 7 and 8 at Bainbridge Island.
The Western Conference announced its fall all-league honors this week, and Oak Harbor High School seniors Marissa Morris and Dyllan Harris added several more awards to their already impressive piles.
Although the two Oak Harbor teams that reached the North Cascade Youth Football League championship games for their divisions lost Saturday, Nov. 7, they came out winners for the season.
Qualifying five athletes for the state meet, the Oak Harbor High School swim and dive team placed third in the 12-team District 1 meet at the Snohomish Aquatic Center Saturday, Nov. 7.
“Our fuel gauge was on empty,” Oak Harbor High School volleyball coach Kerri Molitor said when the Wildcats lost to Ferndale 3-0 in the district tournament at Marysville-Pilchuck High School Saturday, Nov. 7.
Vashon Island’s Bryce Hoisington rushed for 573 yards and scored nine touchdowns in a 70-31 win over visiting Coupeville High School Friday, Nov. 6.