Sports

Mavericks use late surge to defeat Wildcats / Softball

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Terrace tops Oak Harbor / Baseball

Unable to keep up the momentum after winning two games earlier in the week, the Oak Harbor High School baseball team lost 11-0 in six… Continue reading

Leyva ties school record but Wolves fall / Soccer

Despite a record-setting performance by Derek Leyva, the Coupeville High School soccer team fell 5-3 at Port Townsend Friday, April 20. The Redhawks (3-3, 3-7)… Continue reading

Oak Harbor loses at Stanwood / Soccer

The shorthanded Oak Harbor High School soccer team lost 6-2 at Stanwood Friday, April 20. The two teams played to a 0-0 tie March 10,… Continue reading

Wildcats capture 10 firsts / Track

Oak Harbor High School earned 10 first places in a three-team track meet Thursday, April 19, at Wildcat Memorial Stadium. The Oak Harbor boys defeated… Continue reading

Yeah Dogg claims 1st spring race / Sailing

Yeah Dogg 108, skippered by Chad Holcomb, won the initial race of the Oak Harbor Yacht Club Spring Racing Series Thursday, April 19. Holcomb was… Continue reading

Coupeville routs La Conner / Baseball

Scoring early and often, the Coupeville High School baseball team won 14-2 in five innings at La Conner Thursday, April 19. The non-league victory set… Continue reading

Wolves win; important game with Klahowya next / Softball

Warming up for a critical conference clash with Klahowya, the Coupeville High School softball team crushed La Conner 18-3 in five innings Thursday, April 19,… Continue reading

Meffert’s mound work leads Wildcats to win / Baseball

The Oak Harbor High School baseball team found just the medicine for its troubles — Marysville Getchell. After winning only one of their first 13… Continue reading

Coupeville nabs 4 firsts at Sequim / Track

Going against three 2A schools, the Coupeville High School track team claimed four firsts in the four-team meet at Sequim Wednesday, April 18. North Kitsap… Continue reading

Wolves earn easy win over Friday Harbor / Tennis

Winning every set, the Coupeville High School tennis team blanked visiting Friday Harbor 5-0 in a non-league match Wednesday, April 18. The Wolves’ match at… Continue reading

‘Cats make Everett work for win / Tennis

The Oak Harbor High School tennis team put up a fight before falling 5-2 to first-place Everett Wednesday, April 18, at Clark Park. The Wildcats… Continue reading

Getchell sinks Wildcats 4-1 / Soccer

The Marysville Getchell High School soccer team scored off three free kicks on the way to a 4-1 win over Oak Harbor at Wildcat Memorial… Continue reading

Oak Harbor stings Chargers / Baseball

In a season where little has gone right, the Oak Harbor High School baseball team finally had a feel-good game, thumping visiting Marysville Getchell 12-2… Continue reading

Wildcats fight weather, foes to finish 4th / Boys golf

Nasty weather negated any home course advantage Oak Harbor High School might have had in the Wesco North boys golf match at the Whidbey Golf… Continue reading

Wolves nearly knock off undefeated Klahowya / Soccer

Klahowya Secondary School, unbeaten in four years of Olympic League 1A soccer, almost met its match Monday, April 16, in Silverdale. The Eagles slipped in… Continue reading

Photos of NWLL opening ceremonies

North Whidbey Little League held its annual opening ceremonies at Windjammer Park Saturday, April 14. Photographer John Fisken chronicled the event; attached are a few… Continue reading

Roberts sets record, Smith wins twice at Cashmere / Track

Lindsey Roberts’ school record and Jacob Smith’s two wins highlighted the work of the Coupeville High School track team at the Cashmere Invitational Saturday, April… Continue reading

Coupeville pounds Friday Harbor / Softball

An avalanche of offense lifted the Coupeville High School softball team to a 13-4 win at Friday Harbor Saturday, April 14. The Wolves slashed 17… Continue reading

Wolves heading toward another title / Tennis

The Coupeville High School tennis team’s quest for its fourth consecutive conference title is off to a good start. The Wolves defeated visiting Chimacum 5-2… Continue reading