Sports

Wildcats drop final match / Tennis

The Oak Harbor High School tennis team rounded out the 2017 regular season with a 4-3 loss at Marysville-Pilchuck Monday, Oct. 9. The Wildcats finished… Continue reading

Blue Heron are back / NWAC

Maybe the North Whidbey Aquatic Club’s mascot should be the Phoenix instead of the Blue Heron. The club lost its support from the North Whidbey… Continue reading

Smith paces Wildcats at Kehoe Invitational / Cross country

A second-place finish by junior Alexis Smith highlighted the efforts of the Oak Harbor High School cross country team at the Bill Kehoe South Sound… Continue reading

Redhawks fly by short-handed Wolves / Football

Unable to overcome the absence of six injured starters, the Coupeville High School football team fell 61-12 at Port Townsend Friday, Oct 6. Among the… Continue reading

Wildcats rip MG; showdown with Ferndale next / Football

Friday night the Oak Harbor High School football team did what it was supposed to do, now it needs to accomplish the unexpected. The Wildcats,… Continue reading

Coupeville roughs up ’Riders / Volleyball

Port Angeles is still winless after the visiting Coupeville High School volleyball team blanked the Roughriders 3-0 Thursday, Oct. 5. The Wolves won the non-league… Continue reading

Wildcats getting ready for postseason / Tennis

With the regular season nearing an end, the Oak Harbor High School tennis team will soon turn its attention to the postseason. The Wildcats, who… Continue reading

Chargers shutout ‘Cats / Soccer

The Marysville Getchell High School soccer team shutout Oak Harbor 3-0 Thursday, Oct. 5. “We did a decent job of possessing the ball but couldn’t… Continue reading

Coupeville unable to hold onto title / Tennis

Unable to secure the sweep it needed to retain the Olympic League crown, the Coupeville High School tennis team split a doubleheader with visiting Klahowya… Continue reading

Wolves fall at Port Angeles / Soccer

A strong first half carried the Port Angeles High School soccer team to a 9-3 non-league win over visiting Coupeville Thursday, Oct. 5. “A tough… Continue reading

First-place Eagles blank Oak Harbor / Volleyball

The Arlington High School volleyball team continued its undefeated Wesco season with a 3-0 win in Oak Harbor Wednesday, Oct. 4. The Eagles (7-0, 8-1)… Continue reading

Wildcat runners place first / Cross country

Oak Harbor High School cross country runners finished first in both the boys and girls races in a five-team meet Wednesday, Oct. 4, at Arlington’s… Continue reading

Panthers pick up win / Middle school cross country

The North Whidbey Middle School cross country team finished first in a four-team meet at the Northern State Recreation Area in Sedro-Woolley Wednesday, Oct. 3.… Continue reading

Stanwood beats Oak Harbor / Tennis

Stanwood defeated the visiting Oak Harbor High School tennis team 6-1, Wednesday, Oct. 4, to hold onto fourth place in the Wesco North. The Wildcats… Continue reading

Coupeville cruises to 3-0 win / Volleyball

The Coupeville High School volleyball team continued to power through the Olympic League with a 3-0 win over visiting Chimacum Tuesday, Oct. 3. The Wolves… Continue reading

Wolves slide by Chimacum / Soccer

The Coupeville High School soccer team solidified its hold on second place in the Olympic League with a 3-2 win over Chimacum Tuesday, Oct. 3,… Continue reading

Oak Harbor earns initial Wesco win / Soccer

The Oak Harbor High School soccer team gathered its first league win of the season with a 2-1 victory at Arlington Tuesday, Oct. 3. While… Continue reading

SVC holds auction to raise funds for athletics

Former Seattle Mariner Dan Wilson will be the keynote speaker at the 15th Annual Skagit Valley Cardinals Sports Auction Saturday, Oct. 21. The event will… Continue reading

Oak Harbor loses at Snohomish / Volleyball

Snohomish defeated the visiting Oak Harbor High School volleyball team 3-0 Monday, Oct. 2. The Panthers (4-1, 6-1) remained one game out of first place… Continue reading

Arlington tops Oak Harbor / Tennis

Oak Harbor won the top two singles matches, but that was it as the Wildcat tennis team fell 5-2 at Arlington Monday, Oct. 2. Oak… Continue reading