Sports

Oak Harbor can’t overcome 1st-half deficit / Girls basketball

Everett outscored the Oak Harbor High School girls basketball team by 15 points in the second quarter, and the cushion carried the Seagulls to a… Continue reading

Seagulls throw wrench in Wildcats’ playoff plans / Boys basketball

Not only did the Oak Harbor High School boys basketball team lose 53-45 at Everett Friday, Jan. 25, it lost its best chance to qualify… Continue reading

Wildcats stun Stanwood / Boys wrestling

Taking advantage of its final chance to collect a conference win, the visiting Oak Harbor High School boys wrestling team upset 12th-ranked Stanwood 39-29 Thursday,… Continue reading

Spartans nip Oak Harbor in regular season finale / Swim and dive

The Stanwood High School swim and dive team went 1-2 in the final event to edge Oak Harbor 88-82 Thursday, Jan. 24, at John Vanderzicht… Continue reading

Wildcats begin postseason push with win / Boys basketball

Getting a much needed win in its hunt for a postseason berth, the Oak Harbor High School boys basketball team defeated visiting Snohomish 50-42 Wednesday,… Continue reading

Oak Harbor shines at final scramble / Girls wrestling

The sixth and final scramble of the season for the Oak Harbor High School girls wrestling team was the the Wildcats’ best. Oak Harbor won… Continue reading

M-P beats Wildcats on Senior Night / Boys wrestling

Marysville-Pilchuck spoiled Senior Night as the Tomahawks defeated the Oak Harbor High School boys wrestling team 53-19 Tuesday, Jan. 22, in the final home match… Continue reading

Wildcats fall to 1st-place Panthers / Girls basketball

The Snohomish High School girls basketball team kept a half-game lead in the Western Conference by clipping visiting Oak Harbor 53-21 Tuesday, Jan. 22. The… Continue reading

League-leading Knights stop Wolves / Boys basketball

King’s, unbeaten in North Sound Conference play, continued its dominance by defeating host Coupeville 76-31 Tuesday, Jan. 22. The tall and talented Knights took control… Continue reading

Deception Pass Sail and Power Squadron offers 3 classes / Boating

The Deception Pass Sail and Power Squadron is offering three boating classes beginning in March. America’s Boating Course This two-day, introductory class is 9 a.m.… Continue reading

Oak Harbor wins suspended game / Boys basketball

It took more than a month in the making, but it was worth the wait. The Oak Harbor High School boys basketball team finished off… Continue reading

2 Wildcat girls place at Everett; boys take 5th at PanCan / Wrestling

Two members of the Oak Harbor High School girls wrestling team placed at the Everett Lady Classic Saturday, Jan. 19. In other wrestling news, the… Continue reading

Wolves shut down South Whidbey / Girls basketball

Once the Coupeville High School girls basketball team settled in, it pulled away from visiting South Whidbey for a 37-16 win Friday, Jan. 18. The… Continue reading

Underdog Wolves don’t go quietly in loss to South Whidbey / Boys basketball

Although the South Whidbey High School boys basketball team defeated host Coupeville 64-43 Friday, Jan. 18, the 21-point win was no cake walk for the… Continue reading

1st-place Tomahawks hold off Oak Harbor / Boys basketball

League-leading Marysville-Pilchuck built a big lead in the third quarter and then held off a charge by the visiting Oak Harbor High School boys basketball… Continue reading

Eagles take down Wildcats / Boys wrestling

The Oak Harbor High School wrestling team lost 51-20 at 15th-ranked Arlington Friday, Jan. 18. The Wildcats (0-4, 4-7), still looking for their first conference… Continue reading

M-P holds off Oak Harbor comeback / Girls basketball

Unable to dig out of first-half hole, the Oak Harbor High School girls basketball team lost 36-32 to visiting Marysville-Pilchuck Thursday, Jan. 17. The Tomahawks… Continue reading

Oak Harbor swamps Archbishop Murphy / Swim and dive

After dropping its first four matches, the Oak Harbor High School swim and dive team has now won three in a row after defeating Archbishop… Continue reading

Quidachay chosen for state all-star match / Volleyball

The Washington State Volleyball Coaches Association selected Oak Harbor High School’s Leah Quidachay to play in the All-State Volleyball Series Saturday, March 9, at Auburn-Riverside… Continue reading

Shots off line: Wildcats come up short / Boys basketball

The Oak Harbor High School boys basketball team couldn’t cash in on its opportunities and missed a chance to upset visiting Stanwood in a 65-55… Continue reading