Sports

Tigers use big second half to stop Wolves / Soccer

Granite Falls erupted for three second-half goals to beat the Coupeville High School soccer team 4-1 Thursday, Sept. 27, at Mickey Clark Field. The Wolves’… Continue reading

Stanwood defeats Wildcats / Tennis

The Oak Harbor High School tennis team had its modest two-match win streak snapped by host Stanwood 5-2 Thursday, Sept. 27. The Wildcats (3-3, 5-4)… Continue reading

Wolves avoid upset / Volleyball

Hung over from an emotional win the night before, the Coupeville High School volleyball team recovered just in time to defeat visiting Granite Falls 3-2… Continue reading

7th-grade boys pace Cougar win / Middle school cross country

Led by a strong effort from its seventh-grade boys, the North Whidbey Middle School cross country team won a three-school meet at Fort Nugent Park… Continue reading

Oak Harbor clips Chargers / Tennis

The Oak Harbor High School tennis team won its third consecutive match when it defeated visiting Marysville Getchell 4-3 Wednesday, Sept. 26. The Wildcats captured… Continue reading

Wolves cruise by Eastside Prep / Tennis

Moving over .500 for the first time since winning its opening match, the Coupeville High School tennis team upped its record to 4-3 with a… Continue reading

Oak Harbor recovers to beat Murphy / Volleyball

Down 10 points in the first game. No problem. The Oak Harbor High School volleyball team roared back from a 12-2 deficit in the opening… Continue reading

Wolves win battle of unbeaten teams / Volleyball

It had just about everything anyone would want for a rivalry volleyball match. Two undefeated teams battling through five close sets before a raucous crowd.… Continue reading

South Whidbey blanks Wolves / Soccer

South Whidbey scored two first-half goals and the pair stood up as the Falcons defeated the Coupeville High School soccer team 2-0 Tuesday, Sept. 25,… Continue reading

Spartans topple Wildcats / Swim and dive

Stanwood stopped the visiting Oak Harbor High School swim team 113-40 Tuesday, Sept. 25. The Spartans won every event to lift their record to 4-1;… Continue reading

Murphy tops Oak Harbor 3-1 / Soccer

First-place Archbishop Murphy beat the Oak Harbor High School soccer team 3-1 Tuesday, Sept. 25, in Everett. Tiana Jackson scored the Oak Harbor goal in… Continue reading

Coupeville nips South Whidbey again / Tennis

For the second time this season, the Coupeville High School tennis team eked out a 3-2 win over rival South Whidbey. The latest win in… Continue reading

Wildcats shut out Seagulls / Tennis

A couple of close wins in doubles helped the Oak Harbor High School tennis team complete a 7-0 sweep of visiting Everett Monday, Sept. 24.… Continue reading

Wildcats get offensive, dump Chargers / Soccer

Breaking out of a scoring slump, the Oak Harbor High School soccer team recorded its first conference win of 2018 by whipping visiting Marysville Getchell… Continue reading

Cougars begin season / Middle school cross country

The North Whidbey Middle School cross country team began its season Thursday, Sept. 20, at Skagit Valley College. The Cougars boast a team of 70… Continue reading

Photos: Young Wildcats compete on the gridiron / Youth football

Photographer John Fisken filed these photos from the latest Oak Harbor youth football action Saturday, Sept. 22, at Fort Nugent Park.… Continue reading

Oak Harbor steamrolls Spartans / Football

A stifling defense and a relentless ground attack propelled the Oak Harbor High School football team to a 35-7 win at Stanwood Friday, Sept. 21.… Continue reading

Hurricanes blow by Wolves / Soccer

Mount Vernon Christian upped its record to 5-1 with a 3-0 win over the visiting Coupeville High School soccer team Saturday, Sept. 22. The Wolves… Continue reading

Coupeville competes at King’s / Cross country

Seven Coupeville cross country runners competed at the King’s Roller Coaster Trail Run Saturday, Sept. 22, in Shoreline. The meet featured a three-mile course and… Continue reading

Big 4th quarter helps Wolves whip La Conner / Football

Three fourth-quarter touchdowns turned a close game into a one-sided affair as the Coupeville High School football team won 33-12 at La Conner Friday, Sept.… Continue reading