Sports

Oak Harbor’s shots off line in loss to Mount Vernon / Boys basketball

Unable to find any offensive rhythm, the Oak Harbor High School boys basketball team lost 47-36 to visiting Mount Vernon in a non-league game Wednesday,… Continue reading

Dorian Hardin named to all-state team / Football

Oak Harbor High School junior Dorian Hardin was voted to the Associated Press All-State Football team last week. Hardin was an All-Western Conference North Division… Continue reading

Coupeville hosts annual Roundball Classic

The Tom Roehl Roundball Classic made its annual appearance at Coupeville High School Saturday, Dec. 23. The event is a fundraiser for scholarships given out… Continue reading

Update: Wildcats win two of four at Storm Duals / Wrestling

(Note: When the results for this competition were first submitted, the individual match results were not included. Below is an updated version.) The Oak Harbor… Continue reading

Happy holidays: Wildcats, Wolves get wins / Basketball

The holiday weekend will be a little happier for the Oak Harbor and Coupeville high school basketball teams. The four clubs have struggled this season… Continue reading

Oak Harbor storms back for win / Girls basketball

Overcoming an 18-1 run by Cascade and a scoreless third quarter, the Oak Harbor High School girls basketball team rallied to beat the Bruins 36-34… Continue reading

Cold-shooting ‘Cats fall at Burlington / Boys basketball

Unable to get its offense on track, the Oak Harbor High School boys basketball team lost 70-39 at Burlington-Edison in a non-league game Monday, Dec.… Continue reading

Fitzgerald takes first, Wildcats eighth at Morin Invitational / Wrestling

Caleb Fitzgerald won an individual championship and Oak Harbor placed eighth as a team at the 17-team Graham Morin Invitational Wrestling Tournament at Bellingham’s Squalicum… Continue reading

Coupeville can’t keep pace with BC / Girls basketball

Playing possibly its best game of the season, the Coupeville High School girls basketball team simply ran out of steam in a 51-29 loss to… Continue reading

Short-handed Coupeville loses two / Boys basketball

Playing without two starters, the Coupeville High School boys basketball team lost a pair of non-league games over the weekend. The Wolves fell 52-27 at… Continue reading

Wildcats can’t quite make up 15-point deficit / Boys basketball

The Wildcats just ran out of time. The Oak Harbor High School boys basketball team, hungry for its first win of the season, rallied in… Continue reading

Unbeaten Snohmish rolls by Oak Harbor / Girls basketball

The Snohomish High School girls basketball team, one of the top programs in the state, defeated visiting Oak Harbor 63-16 Friday. The Panthers, who finished… Continue reading

Coupeville grad receives college honor

Makana Stone, a Coupeville High School graduate and a sophomore on the Whitman College women’s basketball team, won the Northwest Conference’s Student-athlete of the Week… Continue reading

M-P topples Oak Harbor / Wrestling

The Marysville-Pilchuck High School wrestling team won its third straight match, handing Oak Harbor its fourth consecutive loss 51-24 Thursday, Dec. 14, at M-P. Oak… Continue reading

Royal defense stymies Wildcats / Girls basketball

A harassing pressure defense propelled the Lynnwood High School girls basketball team to a 70-25 win at Oak Harbor Wednesday, Dec. 13, in the Wildcats’… Continue reading

Coupeville rebounds for remarkable OT win / Boys basketball

After suffering a nightmarish loss four days earlier, the Coupeville High School boys basketball team bounced back for a dream win, clipping visiting Port Townsend… Continue reading

Port Townsend hands Coupeville first conference loss / Girls basketball

A strong fourth quarter couldn’t make up for a disastrous third, and the Coupeville High School girls basketball team lost its conference opener 38-32 at… Continue reading

Panthers rally past Oak Harbor / Wrestling

The Snohomish High School wrestling team overcame a 22-0 deficit to defeat Oak Harbor 43-28 on the Wildcats’ mat Tuesday, Dec. 12, in the Wesco… Continue reading

Mistakes costly in Wildcat loss / Boys basketball

Turnovers proved to be the difference in Oak Harbor’s 75-62 loss at Lynnwood in the Wildcat boys basketball conference opener Tuesday, Dec. 12. The Wildcats… Continue reading

Wildcats fall in season-opening meet / Swim and dive

The Oak Harbor High School swim and dive team dropped all three ends of a triple meet at the Snohomish Aquatic Center Tuesday, Dec. 12.… Continue reading