Sports

Fall high school athletes receive awards

Oak Harbor and Coupeville high school wrapped up the fall season by awarding team letters for participation recently. Oak Harbor Football Coach: Jay Turner. Record:… Continue reading

Phay wins title, qualifies for national meet / Powerlifting

Sherry Phay displayed both her strength and quickness while winning her division in the Sleighin’ Weights powerlifting meet Saturday at Dungeon Fitness in Bremerton. That… Continue reading

Seven place at Walley Invitational / Wrestling

Seven Oak Harbor High School wrestlers reached the podium at the 14-team Spud Walley Invitational in Sedro-Woolley Saturday, Dec. 9. Blake McBride (145 pounds) paced… Continue reading

Tough weekend for Wolves / Boys basketball

It was a weekend the Coupeville High School boys basketball team would like to forget. On Friday, Dec. 8, Coupeville lost 59-35 to visiting Sequim,… Continue reading

Sequim, South Whidbey cut down Coupeville / Girls basketball

Struggling to get its offense going, the Coupeville High School girls basketball team lost twice over the weekend, falling 39-35 to visiting Sequim Friday, Dec.… Continue reading

Hot Cubs burn ‘Cats / Boys basketball

The Sedro-Woolley High School boys basketball team put on an offense show in defeating visiting Oak Harbor 70-41 Friday, Dec. 8. The Cubs scored in… Continue reading

Coupeville to change athletic leagues

Coupeville High School found what it was looking for in the Olympic League — athletic success. Missed class time and the cost of travel, however,… Continue reading

Oak Harbor loses twice / Wrestling

The Oak Harbor High School wrestling team lost both ends of a double dual meet at Marysville-Pilchuck Thursday, Dec. 7. Kamiak beat the Wildcats 48-27… Continue reading

Wildcats compete in scramble / Girls wrestling

Five female members of the Oak Harbor High School wrestling team took part in a “scramble” Wednesday, Dec. 6, at Mount Vernon High School. The… Continue reading

Inconsistency sinks Wildcats / Boys basketball

Slow starts to both halves doomed the Oak Harbor High School boys basketball team in its 63-41 loss to Mount Baker in Deming Tuesday, Dec.… Continue reading

Oak Harbor back to its winning ways / NJROTC

The Oak Harbor High School Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps continued were it left off last year in the opening drill meet of the… Continue reading

Oak Harbor drops two / Girls basketball

Two Whatcom County schools handed the Oak Harbor High School girls basketball team a pair of losses over the past three days. The Wildcats got… Continue reading

Coupeville gains more than a win / Girls basketball

Sports, like music, transcends all boundaries. The Coupeville High School girls basketball team discovered that when it faced Flinders Christian Community College Saturday, Dec. 2,… Continue reading

Wolves, coach get first win / Boys basketball

First win times two. Behind a relentless defense, the Coupeville High School boys basketball team picked up its first win of the season 49-37 over… Continue reading

Two Wildcats place at Edmonds Invitational / Wrestling

Oak Harbor High School had two wrestlers place at the 29-team Edmonds Invitational at Edmonds-Woodway High School Saturday, Dec. 2. Kelso won the tournament with… Continue reading

Hot-shooting Cougars defeat Wildcats / Boys basketball

Lakewood racked up at least 18 points in each quarter to race by the Oak Harbor High School boys basketball team 78-51 Friday, Dec. 1,… Continue reading

‘Cats win first match with helping hand from MV / Wrestling

Taking advantage of a handful of forfeits, the Oak Harbor High School wrestling team whipped visiting Mount Vernon 52-28 in the first match of the… Continue reading

Oak Harbor comes back to win in overtime / Girls basketball

Down 4 points in overtime, the Oak Harbor High School girls basketball team roared back to defeat visiting Mountlake Terrace 49-45 Wednesday, Nov. 29. Sophomore… Continue reading

Wolves’ rally comes up short / Girls basketball

Half-time adjustments helped the Coupeville High School girls basketball team get back into the game, but visiting Blaine was able to hold on for a… Continue reading

Big front line helps Blaine beat Coupeville / Boys basketball

Blaine used its height and a big third quarter to defeat the visiting Coupeville High School boys basketball team 50-41 in the season opener Wednesday,… Continue reading