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"The turnover disease that plagued Oak Harbor all night against Snohomish struck again in the fourth quarter Tuesday. Garrett Stone's pass down court sailed out of bounds, and the Wildcats could get no closer in a 49-41 loss."
"Did you see that on the side of the road? I asked Woody. We were on State Route 20 between the towns of Marblemount and Rockport. It almost looked like an arm, or something, I said.It was a salmon, Woody replied.An eagle probably dropped it."
The Oak Harbor wrestling team continued its undefeated run through the conference season with a dramatic 35-28 win at Kamiak on Thursday.
"There are style points, and there are scoreboard points. Bottom line: The Wildcats got more of the latter. It wasn’t exactly pretty, but the Oak Harbor girls basketball team blew past the short-handed Ingraham Lady Rams on Monday, 67-28."
"After coming out on the short end of some dramatic home games this season, Oak Harbor boys basketball coach Frank Hunter was happy to simply grind out a victory. The Wildcats built an early lead and fought off a feisty Stanwood squad down the stretch for a 58-49 win Tuesday night."
"In a season of one close game after another, the Coupeville boys basketball team is winning the ones that matter the most.Pat Bennett scored a game-high 23 points at Concrete to lead the Wolves to a 60-57 win over the Lions."
"If it was any sign of things to come for Coupeville boys basketball fans, strap yourself in. The Wolves lost a 58-54 overtime thriller to St. George this weekend."
"The 4A Western Conference is wasting no time getting into league competition this season, so the Oak Harbor wrestling team got right down to business.The Wildcats dominated Mountlake Terrace 64-7."
"It was all there at the tip of Garrett Stone’s fingers — the roaring crowd, the come-from-behind win. But Stone’s driving, arching shot at the buzzer rimmed off, and the Oak Harbor boys fell to Everett 60-59 Tuesday night."
"The best teams learn from adversity. Chalk up Tuesday night’s game as one big educational opportunity. The Oak Harbor boys basketball team couldn’t hang on to a 12 point half time lead and lost to Sedro-Woolley, 49-44."
"It was about as upbeat an experience as losing can be.The Coupeville girls basketball team hosted Sequim Wednesday and lost a squeaker, 47-45."
Just winning a game was a big deal a year ago. Now it's an expectation.
The strength of Coupeville’s senior class was recognized when the Northwest A All-League Football Team was announced this week.
Dakota Stone is Whidbey's only female boxer
"They talk about finishing in the top five, but the Oak Harbor girls swim team doesn’t do a very good job of hiding their true goal. “Snohomish is going down!” junior Chauntelle Johnson yelled in the lobby of Vanderzicht Memorial Pool this week."
Check here for the latest Oak Harbor and Coupeville sports scores and game results.
"Just like most races this season, Scott Sebens was in the lead heading down the home stretch. Just like most races, Sebens won. But this wasn’t like most races. Sebens, Oak Harbor’s stellar junior harrier, cemented his claim as the top runner in the 4A Western Conference with a first place finish at Thursday’s League Meet at Lake Padden in Bellingham."
"Oak Harbor girls soccer coach Guy Barber was a little worried this week. When the Wildcats tied Kamiak 1-1 on Tuesday — the same Kamiak team that Oak Harbor defeated 6-0 earlier in the season — it was apparent his team wasn’t finding the flow as it did just a couple weeks ago. The Wildcats found it Thursday, as Oak Harbor defeated Marysville-Pilchuck 3-1 at Memorial Stadium."
"The Oak Harbor Wildcats have been waiting all year to put together a complete game, and they did that Friday at Memorial Stadium by blowing away Marysville-Pilchuck 49-7."
The Wildcats got back on the winning track with a 26-24 win at Shoreline Stadium on Friday.