Oak Harbor drops 4 games at weekend tournament / U18 baseball

After winning all four of its games and a tournament title the previous weekend, the Oak Harbor High School summer baseball team had the opposite result at the 32-team #EarnIt Tournament June 22-24.

The Wildcats dropped four games and saw their record fall to 6-10.

The Seattle Wave used a six-run second inning to jet by Oak Harbor 8-4 Friday, June 22, at Seattle’s Lower Woodland Park.

Donny Kloewer powered the Oak Harbor offense with a double and triple, driving in one run and scoring two.

Thomas Anderson and Kyto Morrow added RBI singles; and Andrew Dixon, Joseph Dixon and Caleb Fitzgerald all singled.

Later that evening, the Wildcats lost 8-1 to the Boys of Summer.

Chase Ogden rapped a double and single, Kloewer singled twice and Austin Boesch had a base hit.

The Northwest Prospects Academy Tugs defeated Oak Harbor 6-4 Saturday at Bellarmine Prep.

Although Oak Harbor out-hit the Tugs 11-8, NPA bunched its hits to overcome a 3-1 deficit and defeat the Wildcats.

Taylor Rummel had a double and single; and Anderson, Morrow and Ogden recorded two singles for Oak Harbor.

Boesch and Kloewer also singled.

The Tacoma NPA Tugs slipped by Oak Harbor 7-6 in eight innings Sunday at Enumclaw High School.

Boesch and Anderson both slugged three hits, including doubles, to pace the Wildcats. Boesch stole two bases and scored three runs, and Anderson drove in two.

Kloewer had two hits, one a double, and added two RBI and stole three bases.

Ogden, Rummel, Fitzgerald and Andrew Dixon singled.

More in Sports

Wildcats to take in state experience / Volleyball

Going to the state tournament will be a special experience for her… Continue reading

Oak Harbor edges Everett, claims state berth / Volleyball

Overcoming a loss in the semifinals of the District 1 3A volleyball… Continue reading

Oak Harbor challenges Everett for state berth / Volleyball

The Oak Harbor High School volleyball team will attempt to extend its… Continue reading

Wildcats beat Mavs, face undefeated Snohomish in district semifinals / Volleyball

After defeating Meadowdale 3-0 in the opening round of the district tournament,… Continue reading

Photos: ‘Little’ Wolves, Wildcats begin seasons / Basketball

The Coupeville Middle School boys basketball and the Oak Harbor and Coupeville… Continue reading

Golf tournament raises $8,000 for WhidbeyHealth Foundation

The third annual Bennett Boyles Memorial Golf Tournament raised nearly $8,000 for… Continue reading

Smith, Riddle-Stevens represent Oak Harbor in state meet / Cross country

Oak Harbor High School senior Alexis Smith placed 35th and junior Dallas… Continue reading

Timberline’s defense stops Oak Harbor’s playoff push / Football

Oak Harbor High School’s defense was good but Timberline’s was better as… Continue reading

Oak Harbor’s season comes to an end at district meet / Swim and dive

The Oak Harbor High School swim and dive team completed its season… Continue reading

Quidachay fills key role for Wildcats / Volleyball

When the Oak Harbor High School volleyball team adopted senior transfer Leah… Continue reading

Wolves knocked out of postseason / Volleyball

A goal for most high school teams is to reach the playoffs.… Continue reading