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Wildcats drop a close one

The Oak Harbor High School baseball team traveled to Lake Stevens Tuesday afternoon to play the Vikings in a WesCo North game and came home on the short end of a 3-1 score.

Wildcats’ coach Jim Waller said the contest was well played by both teams, and praised the play of pitcher Bennett Richter.

“Richter threw a good game, we just couldn’t get the big hit when we needed it,” Waller said.

The Vikings took a 2-0 lead with runs in the first and third innings, before Chris Reilly scored Oak Harbor’s only run in the top of the fourth inning on an infield out by Danny Lura.

Lake Stevens scores the final run of the game in the bottom of the fourth.

Pat Higbee was 2-for-3 with a double for Oak Harbor (4-8 league, 6-10 overall).

Newton, Neilon Oak Harbor winners

Kellie Newton, playing second singles and third singles player Erin Neilon won their respective matches, but the Oak Harbor High School tennis team lost a 5-2 decision to Arlington.

Newton defeated Bailey Abdo 7-6 (3) 6-1, and Neilon bested Colleen McElroy 4-6, 6-2, 6-2.

The Wildcats are 1-9 in WesCo North matches.

Wildcats battle Spartans to a draw

A gritty effort at Stanwood High School Tuesday evening earned the Oak Harbor soccer team points in the WesCo North standings, as the Wildcats battled the Spartans to a 0-0 tie in overtime.

Oak Harbor’s record is 1-11-1 in league games.

Unassisted goals sink Coupeville

Archbishop Murphy High School’s Ian Houts scored an unassisted goal at the 34-minute mark of the first half and another solo score 14 minutes into the second half of action as the Wildcats defeated Coupeville 3-0 in Cascade Conference soccer action Tuesday evening.

Kyle Ryan, off an assist from A.J. Manry, put a cap on the scoring with four minutes remaining as Archbishop Murphy upped its season record to 8-4.

Coupeville is 2-10 in Cascade Conference games and 4-10 overall.

Seventh inning rally falls short

Trailing 8-3 in the bottom of the seventh inning, Coupeville’s Nikki Griffin stroked a three-run home run, but that was all the runs the Wolves (1-9 league, 1-10 overall) could score in an 8-6 loss to Archbishop Murphy in a Wednesday Cascade Conference softball game.

The Tigers scored six runs in the top of the fourth inning and two more in the top of the sixth, before the Wolf Pack fought back.

Coupeville scored a run in the bottom of the fifth and two more in the bottom of the sixth, and nearly pulled the game out.

Nichole Wright had a double for Coupeville.

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