Sports

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

Coupeville goes home happy on Senior Night / Volleyball

Putting the finishing touches on the Senior Night celebration, the Coupeville High School volleyball team blanked visiting Granite Falls 3-0 Tuesday, Oct. 22. All senior… Continue reading

Wolves fall at SW but still in playoff hunt / Soccer

The Coupeville High School soccer team began what could be a busy week with a 4-0 loss at South Whidbey Monday, Oct. 21. With the… Continue reading

Grove grabs only Wolf win at bi-district / Tennis

None of the Coupeville High School entries in the Emerald City League/Bi-district Tennis Tournament survived the first day of action at Redmond Saturday, Oct. 19.… Continue reading

Mistakes sting Wolves in homecoming loss / Football

Unable to overcome a cascade of miscues, the Coupeville High School football team lost 35-7 to South Whidbey on homecoming Friday, Oct. 18, at Mickey… Continue reading

Oak Harbor falls just shy, loses heartbreaker to Getchell / Football

It is so cliché, but it is so true – football is a game of inches. And the Oak Harbor High School football team needed… Continue reading

Strong defense leads to Wildcat win / Soccer

Behind a strong defensive effort, the Oak Harbor High School soccer team blanked Everett 3-0 Thursday, Oct. 17, at Wildcat Memorial Stadium. “The entire defense… Continue reading

Oak Harbor, Coupeville win; set up battles for 1st next week / Volleyball

Both the Oak Harbor and Coupeville High School volleyball teams won 3-0 road matches Thursday, Oct. 17, setting the stage for title-deciding matches next week.… Continue reading

Coupeville boys take 3rd in final regular season meet / Cross country

The Coupeville High School boys cross country team placed third out of four schools at the final regular season meet Thursday, Oct. 17, at Granite… Continue reading

Eagles take down Wolves / Soccer

Cedar Park Christian stopped the Coupeville High School soccer team 5-0 Thursday, Oct. 17, in Bothell on a wet and windy night. The Wolves (1-7,… Continue reading

Oak Harbor pushes Wesco record to 9-0 / Volleyball

Marysville-Pilchuck was no match for the rolling Oak Harbor High School volleyball team as the Wildcats blanked the visiting Tomahawks 3-0 Tuesday, Oct. 15. The… Continue reading

Coupeville collects crucial win / Soccer

Getting a critical win in its effort to secure a postseason berth, the Coupeville High School soccer team nipped Sultan 1-0 Tuesday, Oct. 15, at… Continue reading

Wildcats split final 2 matches / Tennis

The Oak Harbor High School tennis team concluded its regular season by splitting a pair of non-league matches. The Wildcats beat visiting Mariner 7-0 Monday,… Continue reading

Wolves overcome inconsistent play to beat CPC / Volleyball

Overcoming an uneven performance, the Coupeville High School volleyball team won 3-1 at Cedar Park Christian Tuesday, Oct. 15. The Wolves (4-1, 9-1), second place… Continue reading

Oak Harbor collects 4 firsts at Mount Vernon / Swim and dive

The Oak Harbor High School swim and dive team won four events in a 102-65 loss at Mount Vernon Tuesday, Oct. 15. Grace Chargualaf (200-yard… Continue reading

Coupeville loses to 1st-place Seattle Academy / Tennis

Seattle Academy remained in a first-place tie with University Prep in the North Sound Conference tennis standings by beating visiting Coupeville High School 5-0 Monday,… Continue reading

Oak Harbor wins pool at Bearcat Invitational / Volleyball

After winning its pool, the Oak Harbor High School volleyball team lost to host Monroe in the championship bracket of the Bearcat Invitational Saturday, Oct.… Continue reading

Wildcats place in top 10 at Kehoe Invitational / Cross country

The Oak Harbor High School boys placed sixth and the girls 10th at the Bill Kehoe South Sound Cross Country Invitational Saturday, Oct. 12, at… Continue reading

Coupeville runs through Hole in the Wall / Cross country

The Coupeville High School cross country team competed in the largest meet in the Pacific Northwest when the Wolves ran at the Hole in the… Continue reading

Wolves rally in second half for win / Football

Overcoming big plays by Northwest Christian, the Coupeville High School football team won 32-24 Friday, Oct. 11, at Tenino High School. The win was Coupeville’s… Continue reading