Sports

Wolves complete sweep of Klahowya / Softball

“We played a sloppy but good game,” Coupeville softball coach Kevin McGranahan said in regard to his club’s contest at Klahowya Monday, April 30. Th… Continue reading

Wolves lose finale, head to playoffs / Soccer

First-place Klahowya Secondary School defeated the second-place Coupeville High School soccer team 6-1 Monday, April 30, at Mickey Clark Field. The Eagles (8-0, 12-2-1) kept… Continue reading

Wildcats finish 4th again / Boys golf

The Oak Harbor High School boys golf team found itself in a familiar spot in this week’s Wesco North match, fourth place. The Wildcats were… Continue reading

Quick start lifts Chargers past Oak Harbor / Softball

Marysville Getchell scored nine runs in the first two innings to put the visiting Oak Harbor High School softball team away early Monday, April 30.… Continue reading

Booster Club hosts annual Sports Physical Night

The Wildcat Booster Club is holding its annual Sports Physical Night 5-7 p.m. Thursday, May 24, at the Oak Harbor High School fieldhouse. Sports physicals… Continue reading

Photos of Whidbey Island Marathon

Here are some random shots of the Whidbey Island Marathon and its companion races.… Continue reading

Coupeville closes in on conference title / Baseball

Tightening its grip on the Olympic League pennant, the Coupeville High School baseball team clipped visiting Chimacum 2-0 Friday, April 27. The teams entered the… Continue reading

9-run 4th inning equals big win for Wolves / Softball

The Coupeville High softball team erupted for nine runs in the fourth inning to race past rival South Whidbey 10-0 in six innings in a… Continue reading

Wildcats give M-P a fight before falling / Soccer

On paper, the match between the Western Conference’s first-place soccer team, Marysville-Pilchuck, and winless Oak Harbor looked like a rout, but the Wildcats held their… Continue reading

Wolves crush Chimacum, qualify for playoffs / Soccer

Clinching second place in the Olympic League along the way, the Coupeville High School soccer team won 11-1 at Chimacum Friday, April 27. The Wolves… Continue reading

Eagles’ late outburst sinks Oak Harbor / Softball

The Arlington High School softball team blew open a close game by scoring 14 runs over the final two innings to stop host Oak Harbor… Continue reading

Wildcats end season with 5-0 loss / Baseball

The Oak Harbor High School baseball team’s 2018 season came to an end with a 5-0 loss to visiting Lynnwood Friday, April 27. The Wildcats… Continue reading

WGC opens tournament season with 2-person best-ball / Golf

The Whidbey Golf Club opened its 2018 major tournament schedule with the Annual Whidbey Dental Associates Two Person Best Ball Tournament Saturday, April 28. In… Continue reading

Oak Harbor stops Stanwood / Track

The Oak Harbor High School track team raced by Stanwood Thursday, April 26, at Wildcat Memorial Stadium. The Oak Harbor boys thrashed the Spartans 95-49,… Continue reading

Wildcats shoot season-best score / Girls golf

The Oak Harbor High School girls golf team carded its best score of the season but still fell 499-606 to Snohomish Thursday, April 26, at… Continue reading

Oak Harbor beats MG / Tennis

Strong singles play pushed the Oak Harbor High School tennis team to a 5-2 win over visiting Marysville Getchell Thursday, April 26. The Wildcats swept… Continue reading

Lucky Jim wins weekly race / Sailing

Lucky Jim, with Jim McAlpine at the helm, won the April 26 edition of the Oak Harbor Yacht Club spring sailing series. Only one heat… Continue reading

Wolves get ready for league meet / Track

The Coupeville High School track team warmed up for the Olympic League 1A Championships by competing in a four-team meet at Sequim Thursday, April 26.… Continue reading

Wolves win 2, set up showdown for 1st place / Tennis

After sweeping two matches at Klahowya Thursday, April 26, the Coupeville High School tennis team now faces a battle for first place when Chimacum comes… Continue reading

Central College honors Vester

Oak Harbor High School graduate Jahleel Vester received the Prins Sportsmanship Award at Central College (Pella, Iowa), the school announced this week. The Prins Sportsmanship… Continue reading