The Oak Harbor Babe Ruth baseball team collected one win in four games at the Lynden Tournament Saturday and Sunday, June 15 and 16.
The Oak Harbor Legion baseball team knocked off island foe South Whidbey twice this week to raise its record to 8-2.
The work ethic and commitment of seniors Joshua Crebbin and Christina Wicker earned the respect of the Oak Harbor High School coaches, and that respect led to the pair being named OHHS’s Athletes of the Year for 2012-13.
The Oak Harbor Legion baseball team had an unexpectedly easy time with Post 7 of Bellingham Saturday, defeating the visitors 14-0 and 8-2.
Pounding out 24 hits, the Oak Harbor Babe Ruth baseball team took two games, 7-3 and 12-6, from the host Sedro-Woolley 13s Saturday, June 8, at Murdoch Field.
The North Whidbey Little League Rockies and Dodgers each lost in the semifinals and finished third in their respective 10-team tournaments Friday, June 7.
Three consecutive wins in the consolation bracket by the North Whidbey Little League Dodgers earned the local club a spot in the semifinals of the Andrade Tournament at Windjammer Park.
Football fans who can't wait until the fall can get a fix and catch a glimpse of the future as the Oak Harbor spring camp continues 2:45-5 p.m. each day next week at Wildcat Memorial Stadium.
A pair of lopsided loses brought the hot start by the Oak Harbor Legion baseball team to a grinding halt.
The North Whidbey Little League Rockies continued their run through the consolation bracket of the Tesarik Tournament with a 15-5 romp over the Anacortes Blue Sox in Sedro-Woolley Thursday, June 6.
Three Oak Harbor High School soccer players helped the Wesco 3A North come from behind and tie the Wesco 3A South 3-3 in an all-star match at Snohomish High School Wednesday, June 5.
Forty. That’s the number of academic and athletic awards accumulated by Oak Harbor High School graduate and swimmer John Hu in his impressive four-year career at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, N.J.
The Rockies of the North Whidbey Little League remained alive in the Tesarik Tournament in Sedro-Woolley at the expense of another NWLL team, winning 13-2 in five innings over the Mariners Wednesday, June 5.
The Oak Harbor Legion baseball team opened its summer league season with a 5-2 win over visiting Burlington Monday, June 3.
The North Whidbey Little League Dodgers knocked league rival Red Sox out of the Andrade Tournament at Windjammer Park Monday, June 3.
Strong pitching and solid offensive output throughout the lineup carried the North Whidbey Little League Rockies to a 12-2, four-inning win over Alfy's Pizza of Sedro-Woolley in the Tesarik Tournament in Sedro-Woolley Monday, June 3.
Post-season play for North Whidbey Little League teams began this weekend with the Andrade Tournament in Oak Harbor and the Tesarik Tournament in Sedro-Woolley.
The Oak Harbor and Stanwood-Camano Babe Ruth baseball teams each won a close game during a double-header split Saturday, June 1, at Clover Valley Park.
Seniors Amanda d'Almeida and Danny Savalza received Coupeville High School's Athlete of the Year honors at the annual awards night Thursday, May 30.
Mount Vernon took advantage of 17 walks to defeat the Oak Harbor Babe Ruth baseball team 13-7 at Clover Valley Park Thursday, May 30.