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The Oak Harbor High School sailing team will take a month off before starting their summer season.
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
It was the first time the SWHS boys cross country team finished in first place at the state meet.
The Wildcats will continue their season with a North Sound fleet race scrimmage next Saturday.
Oak Harbor’s varsity soccer team won Monday’s home non-conference game against Lynden Christian 4-1. The Wildcats host Bellingham on Saturday, May 1.… Continue reading
Oak Harbor High School junior Luke Vrabel pitches against Mount Baker Mountaineers on Tuesday. The Wildcats won the home conference game 9-2. On Thursday, the… Continue reading
The team is looking for a chance to compete for the National Championships.
Oak Harbor High School track and field hosted Anacortes Wednesday. The Wildcats came in second in the 4x100 relay with 46.77 to the Seahawks 46.26.… Continue reading
Wildcat sailing team maintains its perfect win record
The Oak Harbor Wildcats sailing team continued its perfect season this past weekend.
Coupeville Hight School’s Ja’Kenya Hoskins rounds the track during the season opener Thursday, March 4 at Mickey Clark Field. The Wolves hosted the meet for… Continue reading
School sports may be starting this month for Island County athletes if COVID-19 conditions are met.
COVID-19 cut a big chunk out of the 2020 sports schedule, but it didn’t stop local athletes from posting strong efforts during this unusual year.… Continue reading
While mainstream media have little time for little towns, David Svien has directed a spotlight on his adopted home of Coupeville, especially capturing the exploits… Continue reading
I doubt there is a person as ingrained in Oak Harbor High School athletics as I. Nearly everyday of my life has been impacted in… Continue reading
(Note: When I returned to the Whidbey newspapers in 2009, then-editor Jim Larsen suggested I do a sports column each week. I said I would… Continue reading
For photographer John Fisken, a popular figure at local sporting events, it’s more about the athletes themselves than getting the perfect shot. “I really get… Continue reading
Santa Claus should stuff a box of new pens in Makana Stone’s stocking this Christmas. The 2016 Coupeville High School graduate continues to write new… Continue reading
For Mary Johnston, a 2017 Oak Harbor High School graduate and a current member of the University of Washington’s women’s soccer team, being recruited to… Continue reading