Sports

No upset this time; Wildcats lose district opener / Soccer

Unable to muster an upset of Arlington for the second time in a week, the Oak Harbor High School soccer team was eliminated from the… Continue reading

4 collect wins / NWAC

Four North Whidbey Aquatic Club members picked up first places in a three-team meet Oct. 26 and 27 at John Vanderzicht Pool. The Bellingham Bay… Continue reading

Wildcats eliminated at district / Tennis

It was two and through for the Oak Harbor High School tennis players at the district tournament Tuesday, Oct. 29, at Snohomish. The Wildcats’ doubles… Continue reading

Wolves stop Sultan, head to district / Volleyball

The Coupeville High School volleyball team heads into the postseason on a winning note as the Wolves shutout host Sultan 3-0 Monday, Oct. 28, in… Continue reading

Getchell takes ‘Cats on wild ride / Volleyball

The Oak Harbor High School volleyball team took a ride on the emotional roller coaster Monday, Oct. 30. There were highs: The Wildcats celebrated Senior… Continue reading

Storm blow by Wildcats / Football

The Oak Harbor High School football team dropped its final divisional game 56-21 to Squalicum at Bellngham’s Civic Stadium Saturday, Oct 26. The Wildcats (0-6,… Continue reading

Photos: Plenty of Coupeville, Oak Harbor action over the weekend / Football, cross country, volleyball

I was out of the office for a few days, and while I am away, I can write and post stories online but I can… Continue reading

Coupeville collects historical win / Soccer

Winning a playoff match for the first time in school history, the Coupeville High School girls soccer team blanked Mount Baker 4-0 Saturday, Oct. 26,… Continue reading

Wildcats run in Wesco championship meet / Cross country

The Oak Harbor High School boys cross country team finished 13th and the girls 15th at the Western Conference championship meet Saturday, Oct. 26, at… Continue reading

Coupeville surprises foes at conference meet / Cross country

Running better than their ratings, the Coupeville High School girls and boys cross country teams put in a solid effort at the Cascade Conference championship… Continue reading

Wolves stop Seahawks, clinch winning record / Football

An 18-6 win over visiting Anacortes on Senior Night, Friday, Oct. 25, guaranteed that the Coupeville High School football team will finish with a winning… Continue reading

Oak Harbor, Coupeville each win critical matches / Soccer

Thursday, Oct. 24, was a good day for Oak Harbor and Coupeville high school soccer. Oak Harbor upset Arlington 2-1 at Wildcat Memorial Stadium to… Continue reading

Eagles add Wildcats to their victims list / Volleyball

After going unbeaten in its first 10 matches, the Oak Harbor High School volleyball team dropped its second straight Thursday, Oct. 24, when league-leading Arlington… Continue reading

King’s locks up crown with win over Wolves / Volleyball

King’s clinched the North Sound Conference volleyball crown by beating Coupeville High School 3-0 Thursday, Oct. 24. Had the Wolves (7-2, 12-2) won, they would… Continue reading

Wildcats fall to Bearcats / Swim and dive

Monroe won all but one event on the way to defeating the Oak Harbor High School swim team 98-68 at John Vanderzicht Pool in the… Continue reading

Coupeville girls place 5th, boys 6th at league meet / Middle school cross country

The Coupeville girls finished fifth and the boys sixth at the Cascade Conference middle school cross country championships Wednesday, Oct. 23, at South Whidbey High… Continue reading

Franklin, Krantz win divisional doubles title; 3 Wildcats qualify for district / Tennis

Oak Harbor High School’s Micah Franklin and Nick Krantz won the doubles championship at the Wesco North Divisional Tournament Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 22 and… Continue reading

Coupeville hosts tie-breaker tonight / Soccer

The Coupeville High School soccer team will try to keep its season alive when it hosts Sultan in a tie-breaker match at 5 p.m. Thursday,… Continue reading

Bruins defeat Wildcats / Swim and dive

The Cascade High School swim team, coached by Oak Harbor graduate Eric Smith, defeated the Wildcats 112-66 at John Vanderzicht Pool Tuesday, Oct. 22. Oak… Continue reading

Wildcats suffer 1st loss / Volleyball

Snohomish handed the Oak Harbor High School volleyball team its first loss of the season Tuesday, Oct. 22, but the Wildcats can still move into… Continue reading