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Oak Harbor 4x100 relay team wins

Oak Harbor High School’s boys 4x100 relay team of Stephen Lewis, Bryce Schulle, DeVante Young and Donovan Hunt raced to victory in Saturday’s Tomahawk Track and Field Classic at Marysville-Pilchuck.

The quartet, ranked second in District 1 in the event, covered the distance in a time of 43.50.

Hunt and Schulle teamed with Greg Goebel and Rashaad Smith to finish second in the 4x400 relay in a time of 3:31.35.

Schulle finished third in the 200-meter dash and Hunt took third in 100 meters and the long jump.

Smith finished in third place in the triple jump.

Tomahawk Track and Field Classic

At Marysville-Pilchuck

Saturday, April 26

(Oak Harbor placers)

Boys

Running events

100 meters — 3. Donovan Hunt 11.52, 8. Stephen Lewis 11.78. 200 meters — 3. Bryce Schulle 23.30, 7. Stephen Lewis 23.93. 400 meters — 5. Rashaad Smith 53.68. 1,600 meters — 5. Alex Nydam 4:33.88. 4x100 relay — 1. Oak Harbor (Stephen Lewis, Bryce Schulle, DeVante Young and Donovan Hunt) 43.50. 4x400 relay — 2. Oak Harbor (Donovan Hunt, Greg Goebel, Rashaad Smith and Bryce Schulle) 3:31.35.

Field events

Javelin — 5. Doug Hughes 139-8. Pole vault — 8. Tyler Elliot 11-6. Long jump — 3. Donovan Hunt 21-2. Triple jump — 3. Rashaad Smith 41-5.50.

Grand slam tops Oak Harbor

Once again the Oak Harbor High School softball team nearly snapped a long losing streak and it took a seventh inning grand slam home run by Snohomish’s Janelle Kash for the Panthers to take an 8-4 victory from the Wildcats on Friday.

Oak Harbor held a 4-3 lead in the top of the seventh inning before Snohomish scored five runs to pull the game out.

Starting pitcher Whitney Osborne threw well for the 2-11 Wildcats giving up 11 hits and her teammates played solid defense behind her committing just three errors.

Oak Harbor scored single runs in the first, fourth, fifth and sixth innings.

Osborne was 2-for-3 at the plate with a run scored, and Anna Skurdal scored a pair of runs.

Cedarcrest too much for Coupeville

Undefeated Cedarcrest rapped out 13 hits and scored 12 runs in a blowout 12-0 victory over Coupeville in Friday Cascade Conference softball action.

The game was called after five inning on the 10-run rule.

Red Wolves’ pitcher Erica Taylor tossed a no hitter and struck out six, and went 2-for-3 at the plate with a triple.

Hillary Baker was 3-for-3 for Cedarcrest with a home run and Betsy Anderson was 2-for-3 and also stroked a home run.

Coupeville is 1-12 in league games and 1-13 overall.

Wildcats drop pair in WesCo

The Oak Harbor High School tennis team lost a pair of matches to Everett and Stanwood on Thursday and Friday.

The match against Everett began Wednesday at Oak Harbor, but was halted by rain and finished on Thursday with the Seagulls claiming a 4-3 victory. Stanwood was a 7-0 winner in Friday’s match.

Jennifer Jansen won the first singles match for the Wildcats defeating Sarah Barber 2-6, 7-5 and 6-2.

Molly Deleon came through with a win in fourth singles topping Tania Asim 4-6 7-6 (3) and 6-1.

Oak Harbor’s No. 1 doubles team of Marilu Morgan and Laurin Rico swept away their Everett opponents Nikki Lauritzen and Lauren Nask in straight sets, winning 6-3, 6-2.

Wolves go extra innings

Nooksack Valley scored a pair of runs in the bottom of the eighth inning off Coupeville relief pitcher Jason Bagby to beat the Wolves 8-6 in a Thursday non-league baseball game.

Nooksack Valley held a 4-0 lead scoring three runs in the bottom of the second inning and one more in the bottom of the fourth before the Wolves came roaring back.

Coupeville plated three runs in the top of the fifth inning and tied the game 4-4 with a run in the top of the seventh.

Alex Evans, J.D. Wilcox and Kyle Wilcox all smacked doubles as part of the Wolf Pack’s 10-hit attack.

Vikings nip Oak Harbor 1-0

Jake Orwiler off an assist from Ethan Stewart scored a goal at the 19-minute mark of the first half and the Lake Stevens Vikings made the lead stand up to defeat Oak Harbor 1-0 in a Friday WesCo North soccer game. The Wildcats are 1-12-1 in league games.

The loss drops the Wildcats’ season record to 1-12-1.

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