The Oak Harbor High School football team will not compete in the Meridian Jamboree Saturday, Aug. 27, as originally scheduled.
Micah Geist won the featured event at the Whidbey Island Swim Championships Tuesday, Aug. 23, at John Vanderzicht Memorial Pool.
David Svien decided it was time to fill in the blanks of Coupeville High School sports history.
Jenny Butler is the Oak Harbor High School girls swim team’s fifth head coach since 2010.
Oak Harbor Youth Football teams participated in a jamboree this weekend, and photographer John Fisken caught some of the action.
The schedules for the Oak Harbor and Coupeville high school football teams will have a different look this fall, and both include a bump in degree of difficulty.
A fundraiser for Bennett Boyles and his family will be held at 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 19, at the Coupeville Recreation Hall.
People interested in hunting on NAS Whidbey Island property during the 2016-2017 season are invited to attend one of two “One-Stop-Shop” meetings being held in August and September.
Hydros for Heroes was a hit. Enveloped by gorgeous Whidbey Island weather, the hydroplane races on Oak Harbor Bay Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 13 and 14, where applauded by fans, drivers and organizers.
Hydros for Heroes zipped across Oak Harbor Bay this weekend. Jim Waller shot some of the action and activities.
Two Central Whidbey runners were among the six winners of the Sixth Annual Race the Reserve Saturday, Aug. 13, in Coupeville.
North Whidbey Aquatic Club’s Lindsay Brown placed at the USA Swimming Zone Championship in Kearns, Utah, this past week, while her Blue Heron teammates Grace and Lola Chargualaf won their divisions at the Ally Fell Memorial swim at Lake Padden Sunday, Aug. 14.
Here are a few shots of the 2016 Race the Reserve taken by Jim Waller Saturday, Aug. 13.
New Coupeville High School football coach Jon Atkins wants to touch Central Whidbey the way his hometown coaches affected Sutter, Calif.
Marti Malloy’s two Olympic games have been filled with surprises. Unfortunately, this time around the unexpected was not pleasant.
Same team, same score, same finish. The quintet of Robert Chrisman, Arik Dahlen, Andrew Fridlund, Willie Sprague and Robert Tercero won its second consecutive Whidbey Golf Club Five-person Best Ball Tournament July 31 by posting the identical score, 378, that won last year’s event.
While the name at the top of the Coupeville High School volleyball program has changed three times in four years, the core values have not. New coach Cory Whitmore will follow the lead of his predecessors.