Sports

Photo by John Fisken
Coupeville High School senior Hawthorne Wolfe jumps for the hoop during a game against island rival Oak Harbor Wednesday. Coupeville came back from a 10-point deficit to win the first game of the year 70-64.

Comeback kids

Coupeville High School senior Hawthorne Wolfe jumps for the hoop during a game against island rival Oak Harbor Wednesday. Coupeville came back from a 10-point… Continue reading

  • Dec 3, 2021

 

Denise Buys photo
The Oak Harbor High School Sailing excelled in this year's season. Pictured are, in back back row, Thomas Buys, Colin Byler, Ben Servatius, Shawn O'Connor, Ryan Metz and Andrew Buys. In the front row are EJ Boilek, Shelby Lang, Anna Servatius and Allison Bailey.

School sailing team finishes 7th

The Oak Harbor High School Sailing team finished their season this month.

  • Nov 16, 2021

 

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South Whidbey swim team earns berth at state

Four swimmers from South Whidbey will be representing the region at the upcoming state swim meet.

 

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Oak Harbor sending 9 to state cross country meet

Several Oak Harbor runners have qualified for the upcoming state cross country meet.

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Falcons soar to the top of soccer league

A tight-knit team is giving South Whidbey High School students something to cheer about.

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Photo by John Fisken
The Wolves tackle a Wolverine during a Oct. 28 heartbreaker.  Coupeville lost 13-6 to Friday Harbor in triple overtime.

Heartbreaker

Coupeville lost 13-6 to Friday Harbor in triple overtime.

  • Oct 29, 2021
Photo by John Fisken
The Wolves tackle a Wolverine during a Oct. 28 heartbreaker.  Coupeville lost 13-6 to Friday Harbor in triple overtime.

Sailing team finished first, fourth overall regatta

The Oak Harbor High School sailing team finished first and fourth overall in a regatta Oct. 9.

  • Oct 26, 2021
Coupeville's Helen Strelow finished in first place in the girls race
with a time of 24:56, 3 seconds ahead of her opponent, Maddy Nielsen of
Mt. Vernon Christian.  Coupeville also won the girls' team title

Run like the wind

Coupeville’s Helen Strelow finished in first place in the girls race during the league championship.

  • Oct 22, 2021
Coupeville's Helen Strelow finished in first place in the girls race
with a time of 24:56, 3 seconds ahead of her opponent, Maddy Nielsen of
Mt. Vernon Christian.  Coupeville also won the girls' team title
Photo by John Fisken
Coupeville junior Alita Blouin passes the ball at a game against South Whidbey High School on Monday, Oct. 27. Blouin had a team-high nine digs during the match, which South Whidbey won 3-0 with scores of 25-21, 25-8 and 25-18.

Pass it on

Alita Blouin had a team-high nine digs during Coupeville’s match against South Whidbey.

  • Oct 1, 2021
Photo by John Fisken
Coupeville junior Alita Blouin passes the ball at a game against South Whidbey High School on Monday, Oct. 27. Blouin had a team-high nine digs during the match, which South Whidbey won 3-0 with scores of 25-21, 25-8 and 25-18.
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Hoofing it

Deer take the field during Coupeville football game

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Melany Alanis, senior

Wildcats set 11 school records for weightlifting after summer training

After a summer of hard work, seven female athletes broke 11 school records by lifting heavy.

Melany Alanis, senior
Photo by John Fisken
Oak Harbor Wildcats go after the ball during the homecoming football game against the Stanwood Spartans Sept. 17. The Wildcats lost 34-14.

Homecoming in Oak Harbor

Oak Harbor High School homecoming football game Sept. 17 had plenty of exciting moments.

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Oak Harbor Wildcats go after the ball during the homecoming football game against the Stanwood Spartans Sept. 17. The Wildcats lost 34-14.
Photo by John Fisken
Coupeville volleyball won against Mount Vernon Christian 3-0 on Sept. 14. Schools are hoping more people sign up to become referees because almost all sports are facing a shortage of officials.

School sports need more refs to step up to the plate

High school sports are back in full swing, but a lack of qualified referees could spell trouble.

Photo by John Fisken
Coupeville volleyball won against Mount Vernon Christian 3-0 on Sept. 14. Schools are hoping more people sign up to become referees because almost all sports are facing a shortage of officials.
football
#9 is Will Rankin, senior.

Fall sports return, with some changes

Traditional fall school sports are already underway after two nontraditional school years.

football
#9 is Will Rankin, senior.
OH Cheer Team

Wildcat cheer team claims first place

Oak Harbor High School’s Cheer Competition Team captured first place at the WSCCA Championships in the Non-Tumbling - Medium Category. This is the second year… Continue reading

  • Jun 11, 2021
OH Cheer Team
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Wrestling Hall of Fame honors Oak Harbor’s Linsenmayer, Passmore

Also among the 10 2021 inductees is Mount Vernon’s Randy Audette, whose officiating career in wrestling spans 52 years.

  • Jun 4, 2021
Passmore
Photo by John Fisken
NWLL softball vs CWLL

The crack of the bat

Photo by John Fisken. North Whidbey Little League and Central Whidbey Little League Juniors softball teams met up for a game Monday.… Continue reading

  • May 14, 2021
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NWLL softball vs CWLL
Photo by Shawn O’Connor

Wildcats finish season with program best

The Oak Harbor High School sailing team will take a month off before starting their summer season.

Photo by Shawn O’Connor
Oak Harbor High School Wildcat sailors compete this weekend in the NWISA Fleet Race Championships. (Photo by Shawn O’Connor Oak Harbor)

Wildcat sailors headed to championships

By Shawn O’Connor for the Whidbey News-Times The Oak Harbor High School sailing team completed its final fleet racing tune-up before district championships on Saturday,… Continue reading

  • May 7, 2021
Oak Harbor High School Wildcat sailors compete this weekend in the NWISA Fleet Race Championships. (Photo by Shawn O’Connor Oak Harbor)
The South Whidbey boys team, from left to right include Aidan O’Brien, Cooper Ullman, Aidan Donnelly, Thomas Simms and Reilly McVay. Photo by Matt Simms.

Falcons cross country make history with state win

It was the first time the SWHS boys cross country team finished in first place at the state meet.

The South Whidbey boys team, from left to right include Aidan O’Brien, Cooper Ullman, Aidan Donnelly, Thomas Simms and Reilly McVay. Photo by Matt Simms.