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One point. By the slimmest of margins the Oak Harbor High School girls’ cross country team qualified for next Saturday’s state meet at Pasco’s Sun Willows Golf Course.
Local manicurists may want to head to Coupeville and check out anyone connected with the Wolves' volleyball team. It was a nail-biter day for Coupeville at the sub-district Saturday at Lynden Christian High School where the Wolves were eliminated in three matches.
Marysville-Pilchuck whipped up the same recipe – a cram-it-down-your-throat rushing game – it used to stuff all its Western Conference foes the past two years in its 49-28 win over visiting Oak Harbor Friday night.
Coupeville's football team will gladly put the past two weeks in the rear-view mirror and concentrate on the opening round of the playoffs.
Pete Hulswit, a 30-year volunteer for the Oak Harbor School District sports medicine program, was recognized posthumously Friday, Oct. 23, when the new athletic training facilities at the high school were named in his honor.
An injury stopped Oak Harbor's Derek Thomas in the Western Conference district tennis tournament Wednesday in Stanwood.
Snohomish defeated the Wildcat volleyball team 3-0 on Senior Night at Oak Harbor High School Wednesday.
Meridian ended Coupeville's girls' soccer season by defeating the Wolves in the first round of subdistrict 2-0 Wednesday at Mickey Clark Field.
It was a heart-breaker. Cascade pushed in a goal in the final 45 seconds to edge Oak Harbor’s girls’ soccer team 1-0 Tuesday on Senior Night at Wildcat Memorial Stadium.
The Coupeville volleyball team slid by host South Whidbey 3-1 Tuesday to finish third in the Cascade Conference and build up some steam heading into Saturday’s sub-district tournament.
The Coupeville girls’ soccer team begins subdisrict play Wednesday against Meridian at 6 p.m. at Mickey Clark Field.
Coupeville tennis players captured all the available spots to advance to the next round of playoffs by continuing their dominance over Friday Harbor at the District One “A” tournament at Friday Harbor High School Thursday, Oct. 21.
Give an assist to Mother Nature. The Oak Harbor football team and heavy winds upset Lake Stevens 28-14 on homecoming night Friday at Wildcat Memorial Stadium.
The Coupeville girls' soccer team, still missing four senior starters to illness, lost to island-rival South Whidbey 4-1 Saturday on the Falcons' field.
The host Cascade Bruins edged Oak Harbor in volleyball 3-1 Monday. Cascade won 26-24, 24-26, 25-20, 25-18.
Oak Harbor senior quarterback Luke Felkner made his varsity debute when he trotted on the field late in the Wildcats’ second game of the season. At that point his team had gone seven quarters without scoring. His coaches thought they’d give the second-string guy a shot.
The Oak Harbor girls' cross country team, behind a third-place finish of Adrianna Royal, finished second in the Wesco North championship while Tyler King grabbed… Continue reading