Sports

Central College honors Vester

Oak Harbor High School graduate Jahleel Vester received the Prins Sportsmanship Award at Central College (Pella, Iowa), the school announced this week. The Prins Sportsmanship… Continue reading

 

Wildcats thump T-birds 17-4 / Softball

The start wasn’t promising but the finish was fantastic. The Oak Harbor High School softball team walloped visiting Shorewood 17-4 in five innings Tuesday, April… Continue reading

 

Coupeville loses 1st league match but eyes conference crown / Tennis

One streak ended but another one is still alive for the Coupeville High School tennis team. The Wolves lost 4-3 at Chimacum Tuesday, April 24,… Continue reading

 

Panthers take 2 from ’Cats / Baseball

The Snohomish High School baseball team completed a two-game sweep of Oak Harbor by defeating the host Wildcats 7-1 Wednesday, April 25. The Panthers (9-5,… Continue reading

Oak Harbor takes 4th in North match / Boys golf

At the latest Wesco North boys golf match Wednesday, April 25, at Everett’s Legion Golf Course, Oak Harbor High School placed fourth. Everett won with… Continue reading

Wolves win, face Cowboys for league lead / Baseball

An overpowering finish easily overcame a bad start as the Coupeville High School baseball team throttled host Port Townsend 17-6 in five innings Wednesday, April… Continue reading

Wolves gain inside track to playoffs / Soccer

The Coupeville High School soccer team picked up a critical win and sophomore Derek Levya picked up a record when the Wolves beat Port Townsend… Continue reading

Spartans stop Wildcats / Tennis

The Stanwood High School tennis team moved to within a half game of league leader Snohomish by defeating visiting Oak Harbor 7-0 Wednesday, April 25.… Continue reading

Wildcat Battalion finishes 2nd at regional Navy meet / JROTC

The Oak Harbor High School Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps placed second at the regional Northwest Navy Drill Meet Saturday, April 21, at Curtis… Continue reading

Hilborn leads Wolves over Chimacum; teams now tied for 1st / Baseball

Behind a three-hit shutout by Matt Hilborn, the Coupeville High School baseball team moved into a tie for the Olympic League lead with a 1-0… Continue reading

Wildcats place 2nd in 6-team match / Boys golf

In one of its better showings of the season, the Oak Harbor High School boys golf team finished second in a six-team match Monday, April… Continue reading

League leaders blank ‘Cats / Tennis

The Snohomish High School tennis team stayed unbeaten by defeating Oak Harbor 7-0 Monday, April 23, on the Wildcats’ courts. The Panthers are now 10-0… Continue reading

MG charges by Wildcats / Girls golf

Marysville Getchell recorded five of the top six scores on the way to defeating the Oak Harbor High School girls golf team 531-628 Monday, April… Continue reading

Warriors trip up Oak Harbor / Softball

The Oak Harbor High School softball team fell 8-1 to visiting Edmonds-Woodway Monday, April 23. The Wildcats, who have now lost six straight games, dropped… Continue reading

Wolves overwhelm Friday Harbor, Lopez / Track

It was a rarity, the Coupeville High School track team competing against teams from a lower classification — and the results were as expected. The… Continue reading

Armstrong, Lee lead local runners in 2018 Whidbey Marathon

Oak Harbor’s Joshua Armstrong and Coupeville’s Bethany Lee were the top local finishers in the 16th annual Whidbey Island Marathon Sunday, April 22. Seattle’s Steve… Continue reading

Coupeville wraps up conference title / Softball

It was a just split over the weekend for the Coupeville High School softball team, but the win was a big one. The Wolves ripped… Continue reading

Wolves set 3 records at Lil’ Norway Invitational / Track

Setting three records, the Coupeville High School track team put in a strong performance at the 20-team Lil’ Norway Invitational in Poulsbo Saturday, April 21.… Continue reading

Wolves’ win sets up 1st-place showdown / Baseball

A 3-1 win by over visiting Klahowya by the Coupeville High School baseball team Friday, April 20, set up today’s battle for first place in… Continue reading

Wildcats slip past M-P / Tennis

Buoyed by its singles lineup, the Oak Harbor High School tennis team won 4-3 at Marysville-Pilchuck Friday, April 20. With the win, the Wildcats (2-4,… Continue reading