Sports

Another near miss for Coupeville pair / Tennis

It was another near miss for Coupeville High School senior tennis players Joey Lippo and William Nelson. The pair, for the second straight year, finished… Continue reading

Blau, Bristow lead Wildcats into volleyball postseason

Coming off five wins in its last six matches, the Oak Harbor High School volleyball team hopes to use that momentum to carry it deep… Continue reading

Perfect ending to conference season for Wolves / Volleyball

9-0. 27-0. Can’t get much better than that. The Coupeville High School volleyball team won 3-0 at Port Townsend Saturday, Oct. 28, in the regular-season… Continue reading

Coupeville-Chimacum football game to start at 5:30

The starting time for Coupeville High School’s football game with Chimacum Friday, Oct. 27, has been moved up to 5:30 p.m. The change was requested… Continue reading

Wolves win two more; eye perfect league season / Volleyball

Receiving little resistance from Chimacum and Klahowya, the Coupeville High School volleyball team added two more wins this week. The Wolves won 3-0 at Chimacum… Continue reading

Wolves nip Chimacum; head to playoffs / Soccer

With the regular season out of the way, the Coupeville High School soccer team can now focus on the district playoffs. The Wolves wrapped up… Continue reading

Oak Harbor finishes season in familiar fashion / Soccer

Another one-point loss. The Oak Harbor High School soccer team ended its season with a 4-3 loss in overtime to visiting Mountlake Terrace Tuesday, Oct.… Continue reading

Win over Everett gives Wildcats home district play-in match / Volleyball

After its second five-set win in two days, the Oak Harbor High School volleyball team is ready to enter the district tournament. The Wildcats won… Continue reading

Wildcats rally for win over Scots / Volleyball

After dropping the first two games, the Oak Harbor High School volleyball team roared back to snare the next three in a dramatic win over… Continue reading

Klahowya continues mastery over Wolves / Soccer

The Coupeville High School soccer team has lost three league matches this season — all to Klahowya, the latest 6-0 Monday, Oct. 23, at Mickey… Continue reading

Injuries mount as Wolves fall to Eagles / Football

It was bad news on two fronts for the Coupeville High School football team Friday, Oct. 20. The Wolves lost 34-12 to visiting Klahowya and… Continue reading

Lippo, Nelson win league title; four others also qualify for district / Tennis

Coupeville High School seniors Joey Lippo and William Nelson completed their climb to the top spot in Olympic League tennis by winning the doubles title… Continue reading

Smith, Gasper lead Wildcats at Wesco championships / Cross country

Running through the muck of a rain-soaked course, Oak Harbor High School junior Alexis Smith produced the top finish by a Wildcat runner at the… Continue reading

Northwest Board looking for new basketball officials

Anyone interested in officiating high school and middle school basketball is invited to attend a meeting of the Northwest Board of Basketball Officials at 6… Continue reading

Big D earns OH a W in three OTs / Football

Triple overtime. The weather. Those are the things the casual fan will most remember about Oak Harbor’s 13-7 win at Arlington Friday, Oct. 20. For… Continue reading

Wildcats grab playoff spot with win / Volleyball

The Oak Harbor High School volleyball team honored its seniors by clinching a spot in the postseason with a 3-0 win over visiting Marysville-Pilchuck Thursday,… Continue reading

Conlisk 25th in league meet / Cross country

Junior Danny Conlisk led Coupeville at the 11-team Olympic League championship meet Thursday in Sequim. Conlisk ran the 5,000-meter course in 18:08.67 to finish 25th… Continue reading

Coupeville stays unbeaten on Dig Pink Night / Volleyball

With two of the three trips through the conference round-robin schedule complete, the Coupeville High School volleyball team is on its way to defending its… Continue reading

Wolves collect windy win / Soccer

The Coupeville soccer team battled Port Townsend and Mother Nature in a 1-0 win over Port Townsend Thursday, Oct. 19, at Mickey Clark Field. The… Continue reading

M-P uses big second half to beat Wildcats / Soccer

Marysville-Pilchuck used a big second half to stop the visiting Oak Harbor High School soccer team 5-1 Thursday, Oct. 19. The Tomahawks (6-5, 6-7-1) led… Continue reading