Sports

NW Little League begins evaluations

Evaluations for North Whidbey Little League baseball and softball begin this weekend. All baseball players between 9 and 12 years old are expected to attend… Continue reading

 

Battle on the Island set for Saturday / Taekwondo

Battle on the Island, a taekwondo tournament sponsored by Armstrong’s ATA Martial Arts, takes place at 9 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 24, at Coupeville High School.… Continue reading

 

Oak Harbor takes 2nd in state tournament / Bowling

It wasn’t a perfect finish to Jason and John Youngsman’s coaching careers, but it was close. Their Oak Harbor High School bowling team finished second… Continue reading

 

Wildcats knocked out of state meet / Wrestling

It was a rough go Friday, Feb. 16, for the three Oak Harbor High School wrestlers who qualified for Mat Classic XXX, the state tournament… Continue reading

Photos of Wolves’ season-opening wins / Middle school girls basketball

The Coupeville Middle School girls basketball teams opened play with resounding wins over Chimacum Thursday, Feb. 15. The eighth-graders whipped the Cowboys 56-14 and the… Continue reading

For sail: Oak Harbor Yacht Club provides boating opportunities

“Well, it’s not far down to paradise At least it’s not for me And if the wind is right you can sail away And find… Continue reading

Wildcat Battalion preps for home meet / JROTC

The Oak Harbor High School Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps built some momentum for its only home meet of the season with a solid… Continue reading

Babe Ruth team sets tryouts / Baseball

The Oak Harbor Babe Ruth baseball team will hold tryouts for 13- and 14-year-olds from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 24 and… Continue reading

Oak Harbor sends 3 to state tournament / Wrestling

Three Wildcats will represent the Oak Harbor High School wrestling team at the state tournament, Mat Classic 30, at the Tacoma Dome Friday and Saturday,… Continue reading

First-half problems plague Wolves in district loss / Girls basketball

A first-half blitz carried the Bellevue Christian girls basketball team to a 55-23 win at Coupeville in a loser-out, district play-in game Saturday, Feb. 10.… Continue reading

2 take 1st in latest meet / Trampoline and tumbling

Kaia Crebbin and Allison Lovett from the Ground Zero trampoline and tumbling team each collected a first place medal at the Rock ’n’ Roll Meet… Continue reading

Relays lead Wildcats at district / Swim and dive

A pair of 10th-place finishes in the relays were the best marks by the Oak Harbor High School swim and dive team at the district… Continue reading

Alley ‘Cat: Retiring coach looking for 1 more title / Bowling

Oak Harbor High School bowling coach Jason Youngsman has a tattoo of the team logo on his right forearm, and the image is bracketed by… Continue reading

Coupeville girls basketball team and Oak Harbor wrestling and swimming teams compete in playoffs this weekend

When the Coupeville High School girls basketball team begins district tournament play Saturday, it will enter in an unaccustomed role — underdog. The Wolves aren’t… Continue reading

Etherington signs to play soccer for WWU

Oak Harbor High School senior Caylie Etherington signed a letter of intent Wednesday, Feb. 7, to play soccer for one of nation’s best Division II… Continue reading

Oak Harbor falls in last game / Boys basketball

The Oak Harbor High School boys basketball team hung with host Meadowdale during the middle two quarters, but the first and fourth were a problem.… Continue reading

Wildcats lose season finale / Girls basketball

The Oak Harbor High School girls basketball team ended the season with a 52-26 loss to visiting Meadowdale Monday, Feb. 5. The Mavericks, who led… Continue reading

Update: 14 Wildcats earn trip to regional tournament / Wrestling

Fourteen members of the Oak Harbor High School wrestling team, led by champion Michael Fisken, qualified for the regional tournament after placing in their sub-regional… Continue reading

Wolves nab second seed into playoffs with win / Girls basketball

Although the Coupeville High School girls basketball team failed to win its fourth consecutive Olympic League title, it overcame a drain of players to capture… Continue reading

Coupeville closes out the season by clubbing Chimacum / Boys basketball

Taking some of the sting out of not qualifying for the playoffs, the Coupeville High School boys basketball team finished its season with two “feel… Continue reading