Since moving to the area in 2007, Erin Bull has had an eye on the head coaching position for the Oak Harbor High School girls swim team.
The cooperative effort of Jenny and Howard Park carried the pair to the 2014 Couples Chapman Tournament title at the Whidbey Golf Club Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 23 and 24.
It is a homecoming of sorts for 2011 Oak Harbor High School graduate Yale Rosen.
The majority of prep sports begin the 2014-15 athletic year with their first practices Monday, Aug. 25.
You could hear them before you could see them. Hydroplanes, with their distinctive whiny roar, rattled eardrums in Oak Harbor for the first time in nearly 40 years Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 16 and 17.
Professional football fans have had their itch for the beginning of a new season scratched as the Seahawks and the other clubs began practice weeks ago and completed a pair of preseason games. Now, high school fans can join the fun as prep football starts Wednesday across Washington state.
A strong feeder program is the key to success, according to new Coupeville High School volleyball coach Breanne Smedley.
People interested in hunting on NAS Whidbey Island property during the 2014-15 season are invited to attend one of two “One-Stop-Shop” meetings in August and September.
This weekend’s revival of the Oak Harbor hydro races is for a good cause.
Laura Luginbill and Johnathon Janowiecki produced the best finishes among local runners in the featured event of the Race the Reserve in Coupeville Saturday, Aug. 9.
Olivia Tungate of the North Whidbey Aquatic Club added another impressive effort to an already strong year of swimming by finishing in the top 12 in seven events at the Western Zone Championships in Federal Way Aug. 6-9.
Kimberly Cherry is going back to step one. And, in this case, she has no problem with that.