Jim Waller

Young Wildcats learn lessons on soccer pitch

The Lake Stevens girls soccer team roughed up Oak Harbor in their home opener 5-0 Thursday night at Wildcat Memorial Stadium. The Vikings, who put up a 13-2-1 record last year while tying for the Wesco North championship, are now 2-0. In the preseason coaches’ poll, they were picked to win the conference title this fall.

Coupeville soccer runs over Mount Vernon Christian

Coupeville High School’s girls soccer team cruised by host Mount Vernon Christian 3-0 Thursday to open the season on an easy note.The Wolves outshot MVC… Continue reading

Offense stifled, Wildcat volleyballers lose to Burlington

Lacking the teamwork that helped carry it to a win earlier in the week, the Oak Harbor High School volleyball team lost at Burlington-Edison 3-0… Continue reading

Wildcat spikers tough it out to beat Cascade

Gut check.Mental toughness can be as import as physical talent in athletics and the Oak Harbor High School’s volleyball team displayed both in its 3-2… Continue reading

Wildcats cornered by Bearcats in Monroe

Monroe’s 6-0 soccer win over the visiting Oak Harbor High School girls soccer team Tuesday wasn’t as lopsided as the score indicates, according to head… Continue reading

DeGuzman records singles win as Wildcats lose to Lake Stevens

The Oak Harbor High School tennis team dropped a 5-2 match at Lake Stevens Wednesday.The loss evened the Wildcats’ record at 1-1 for the season.… Continue reading

Wolves on a mission to show they’re better than predicted

Coupeville’s volleyball team tuned up for the start of conference play next week by topping Overlake 3-1 Wednesday night in Coupeville. The Wolves won 26-24, 27-29, 25-19, 25-15. Although Coupeville dropped the second set, coach Toni Crebbin said it was the turning point of the game. “We fought back from being down; we didn’t roll over and die.” She said the momentum of the comeback carried her team through the next two games.