There was no shortage of goals in the past three soccer matches for Oak Harbor High School; unfortunately for the Wildcats, in two of the contests it was their opponents doing most of the damage.
The U-17 Islanders snapped a two match losing streak with a 1-0 win over the visiting Santos Football Club Sunday, Sept. 28, at Fort Nugent Park.
The Oak Harbor High School football team rolled to a 42-0 win at Everett Friday, Sept. 26, scoring all of its points in the first half, but the most impressive statistic belonged to the defense.
Its offense dominated early, and its defense took over late. The result was a 29-21 win for the Coupeville High School football team over Port Townsend Friday, Sept. 26, at Mickey Clark Field.
The Oak Harbor High School cross country teams did not capture their four-team meets at Hamlin Park in Shoreline Thursday, Sept. 25, but they did produce the individual winners.
Mount Vernon swept the relays, and that was enough to lift the Bulldogs over the Oak Harbor High School swim team 96-74 Thursday, Sept. 25, at the Skagit Valley YMCA Pool.
The Oak Harbor High School tennis team evened its Wesco record at 2-2 with a 6-1 win at Marysville-Pilchuck Thursday, Sept. 25.
After winning the first set, the Coupeville High School volleyball couldn't keep the momentum and lost 3-1 to visiting Mount Vernon Christian Thursday, Sept. 25.
Despite showing improvement, the Coupeville High School tennis team lost twice this week in nonleague matches, falling 6-1 to visiting Archbishop Murphy Wednesday, Sept. 24, and 4-1 at South Whidbey Thursday, Sept. 25.
Withstanding every charge by visiting Shorecrest, the Oak Harbor High School volleyball team trimmed the Scots in three close games Wednesday, Sept. 24.
Stanwood, which has dominated Wesco 3A North tennis for years, continued its mastery over Oak Harbor High School with a 5-0 win Wednesday, Sept. 24, on the Wildcats' courts.
Wildcat United, the combined Oak Harbor and North Whidbey middle school cross country team, opened the season with an eight-team meet at Mount Vernon Wednesday, Sept. 24.
Battling through wind and rain, the Oak Harbor and Marysville Getchell high school soccer teams settled for a 1-1 tie Tuesday, Sept. 23, at Wildcat Memorial Stadium.
The U-17 boys Islanders soccer team fell 6-1 in its home opener with Puyallup Sunday, Sept.21.
Powered by wins in 11 of 12 events, the Oak Harbor High School swim and dive team crushed Monroe 126-39 Monday, Sept. 22, in the home opener at John Vanderzicht Memorial Pool.
Arlington rolled in the decisive fifth game to edge the visiting Oak Harbor High School volleyball team 3-2 Monday, Sept. 22.
The Oak Harbor High School cross country team took its yearly trip to Seaside, Ore., for the Three Course Challenge Saturday, Sept. 20, and returned with its usual impressive medal haul.
The Coupeville High School volleyball team finished eighth out of 16 teams at the South Whidbey Invitational Tournament Saturday, Sept. 20.
Breaking into the win column, the Oak Harbor High School tennis team stopped visiting Marysville Getchell 5-2 Friday, Sept. 19, in a match that was rained out earlier in the week.
The Coupeville High School football team found what it was looking for. Chimacum, not so much.