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King, Hickey record personal bests

Senior Kyle King ran a personal best in the 800-meter run with a time of 2:03.84 for Coupeville, and Erin Hickey had a personal best in the discus with a distance of 103-08 at Thursday’s dual track meet at South Whidbey High School.

South Whidbey won both halves of the meet with the boys taking a 71-52 victory and the Eagle girls winning 94-37.

Other first-place finishers for Coupeville were Steven McDonald in the 200 meters (24.24), Tim Walstad in the 300 hurdles (53.70), Brian Miller in the javelin at 153-09 and Will Hoskins who won the long jump at 15-04.50.

For the girls, Sarah Vass was a double winner capturing the 100 and 300 hurdles in times of 19.10 and 55.34, respectively.

Adrianna Royal won the 3,200 meters in a time of 12:10.30, and Kyra Ilyankoff was the winner in the javelin with a throw of 83-02.

Track

at South Whidbey

Thursday, May 1

Team scores

Boys — South Whidbey 71, Coupeville 52.

Girls — South Whidbey 94, Coupeville 37.

(Coupeville placers)

Boys

Running events

100 meters — 2. Steven McDonald 12.16. 200 meters — 1. Steven McDonald 24.24. 800 meters — 1. Kyle King 2:03.84, 2. Tyler King 2:06.36, 4. Jon Houk 2:19.44. 1,600 meters — 2. Kellen Crebbin 5:36,30, 3. Ken Hopkins 5:48.00, 4. Garrett Franzen 6:15.50. 300 hurdles — 1. Tim Walstad 53.70, 2. Sam Weaver 57.47. 4x400 relay — 2. Coupeville (Kyle King, Brian Miller, Steven McDonald and Tyler King) 3:39.78; 3. Coupeville (Kellen Crebbin, Garrett Franzen, Ken Hopkins and Will Hoskins) 4:36.75.

Field events

Shot put — 4. Curtis Habeck 36-04.25. Javelin — 1. Brian Miller 153-09. Long Jump — 1. Will Hoskins 15-04.50, 2. Tim Walstad 14-04.50, 3. Ty Boonstra 12-06.50, 4. Sam Weaver 12-06.50.

Girls

Running events

100 meters — 3. Tiffany Heckathorn 15.24, 4. Amanda Streubel 15.29. 200 meters — 2. Amanda Streubel 33.29. 3,200 meters — 1. Adrianna Royal 12:10.30. 100 hurdles — 1. Sarah Vass 19.10. 300 hurdles — 1. Sarah Vass 55.34. 4x100 relay — 2. Coupeville (Brittany Johnson, Daisy Kent, Tiffany Heckathorn and Erin Hickey) 56.41.

Field events

Shot put — 4. Kyra Ilyankoff 23-04.50. Discus — 1. Erin Hicket 103-08, 3. Kyra Ilyankoff 82-09. High jump — 2. Sarah Vass 4-02.00. Long jump — 2. Brittany Johnson 14-03.50, 3. Daisy Kent 13-05.50.

Oak Harbor falls in final match

The Oak Harbor High School tennis team ended the 2008 WesCo North season with a 1-15 record losing the final regular season match 6-1 to Marysville-Pilchuck Friday afternoon.

Lauren Ricco, playing in fourth singles, was the only winner for the Wildcats, defeating Sasha Thomas 6-2, 6-1.

’Cats lose another close one

Jessica Kallander had the only extra base hit as the Oak Harbor High School softball team lost a narrow 6-4 decision to Lake Stevens in a Friday WesCo North softball game.

The Vikings held a 4-0 lead with a run in the bottom of the second inning and three more in the bottom of the third, before the Wildcats mounted a rally.

In the top of the fourth inning, Oak Harbor (1-13 league, 2-16 overall) pushed four big runs across the plate to tie the score.

However, the Vikings (5-8 league, 6-9 overall) scored two more runs off losing pitcher Whitney Osborne in the bottom of the fourth inning to win the game.

Oak Harbor battles Tomahawks

A 1-14-1 record is not indicative of how hard the Oak Harbor High School soccer team played during the 2008 WesCo North season — and Thursday’s final game on Senior Night against Marysville-Pilchuck was no exception.

Pitted against the the 13-3 Tomahawks, the Wildcats left everything they had on the field in dropping a 2-1 decision to Marysville-Pilchuck that finished in second place in the league.

“This team is way better than their record looks. That’s about all I can say,” coach Steve Barker said at the conclusion of the game.

The Tomahawks took a 1-0 lead at the 15-minute mark of the first half when Nickolas Burdett beat Oak Harbor keeper Jack O’Neil with a penalty kick.

Oak Harbor stepped things up on defense and O’Neil made eight saves to keep the score 1-0 at halftime.

Six minutes into the second half of action, Brady Ballew made the score 2-0, with a crossing shot from the right side that the diving O’Neil couldn’t tip away.

The Wildcats remained tough, controlling the pace of the game and a bouncing shot by Kevin Flavin at the 69-minute mark got past Marysville-Pilchuck goal keeper Erik Cruz to cut the lead in half.

Oak Harbor had several other scoring opportunities late in the game, but was unable to tie the score.

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