The Oak Harbor High School track team collected 17 wins in the final dual meet of the season when Stanwood visited Wildcat Memorial Stadium Thursday, April 28.
Aelizah Espiritu and Emma Wezeman won a tight battle in third doubles to help the Oak Harbor High School tennis team slip by visiting Everett 4-3 Thursday, April 28.
It was a loss, but improvement was evident in Oak Harbor High School’s 5-0 softball setback in Everett Thursday, April 28.
The Coupeville High School boys track team finished second and the girls third in a four-team meet at Kingston High School Thursday, April 28.
Oak Harbor freshman Haven Brown finished fourth overall and the Wildcats also finished fourth as a team at the Wesco North boys match at Everett’s Legion Memorial Golf Course Thursday, April 28.
One of the draws to athletics is the unpredictability of the outcomes. A day after the Oak Harbor High School baseball team, owners of a 2-8 league record, played poorly and lost 11-4 at home to division leading Arlington, it rebounded to surprise the Eagles 4-1 in Arlington.
Maybe Coupeville’s 2-0 baseball win over Klahowya last week wasn’t an upset. The Wolves beat the Eagles again, this time 10-2 Wednesday, April 27, in Silverdale to cement its hold on first play in the Olympic League 1A Division.
The Klahowya Secondary School softball team pulled away in the later innings to defeat Coupeville 9-1 Wednesday, April 27, in Silverdale.
Splitting a pair of matches 4-3, the Oak Harbor High School tennis team kept its grip on second place in the Wesco North.
This is why they play the games on the field and not on paper. The Oak Harbor High School softball team, which had won just three of 12 games, upset previously unbeaten Meadowdale 11-2 Tuesday, April 26, on the Wildcats’ diamond.
The Coupeville High School tennis team tripped host Chimacum 6-1 Tuesday, April 26, to clinch its second consecutive Olympic League title.
The Coupeville High School soccer team, coming off a 5-1 home loss to Klahowya Tuesday, April 26, heads to Port Townsend for a 4 p.m. match that could determine second place in the Olympic League.
After losing 2-0 at Stanwood Tuesday, April 26, the Oak Harbor High School soccer team faces a critical run of matches in its quest to qualify for the postseason.
Oak Harbor High School marksman Austin McBride competed against the best schoolboy shooters in the United States at the National Junior Olympics Men’s Air Rifle Championships earlier this month in Colorado Springs.
For the second time this season, the Coupeville High School baseball team clipped Chimacum by one run, this time coming from behind to edge the visiting Cowboys 2-1 Monday, April 25.
The Chimacum High School softball team tightened its grip on the Olympic League lead by beating host Coupeville 19-4 Monday, April 25.
The Oak Harbor High School boys golf team once again finished fourth in a Wesco North meet, this time at Arlington’s Gleneagle Golf Course Monday, April 25.
The Coupeville High School tennis team avenged an early season loss to Port Angeles by nipping the visiting Roughriders 4-3 Monday, April 25, in a non-league match.
A pair of two-out doubles drove in all of Meridian’s runs in the Trojans’ 4-2 non-league win over the host Coupeville High School baseball team Saturday, April 23.
The Coupeville High School softball team was unable to match two late runs by visiting Meridian and fell 10-8 Saturday, April 23.