Oak Harbor beats Bearcats / Swim and dive

A 100-82 win over Monroe helped the Oak Harbor High School swim and dive team earn a split in a double-dual meet Tuesday, Jan. 28, at John Vanderzicht Pool.

The Wildcats lost to Lake Stevens 134-51. The unbeaten Vikings also topped Monroe 142-39.

Lake Stevens dominated the meet, posting the best time in 10 of the 11 swimming events.

Oak Harbor’s Micah Franklin (2:35.56) and Lawrence Zapanta (2:43.98) went 1-2 in the 200-meter individual medley.

Franklin and Zapanta also swam on the Wildcats’ second-place 200 medley (2:09.31) and 200 free (1:55.31) relay teams with Ridgely Briddell and Chandler Landolt.

Franklin added a second in the 100 butterfly (1:08), as did Zapanta in the 100 breaststroke (1:22.67).

Oak Harbor (4-6) finishes the regular season at Stanwood (5-4-1) at 3 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 30.

Other Oak Harbor results from Tuesday

Fourth: John Blankman, diving, 208.2; Briddell, 100 fly, 1:12.93; 100 breast, 1:28.59.

Fifth: Landolt, 50 free, 31.3; 100 backstroke, 1:24.65; Jordan Fay, diving, 162.1; Aiden Golden, 100 free, 1:13.43.

Sixth: Elias Thompson, 200 free, 2:40.3; Golden, 50 free, 31.54; Cameron Hoppock, 100 fly, 1:18.53; Jacob Swanson, 100 free, 1:13.65; Andrew Lof, 400 free, 6:31.1; Gage Powers, 100 back, 1:31.01; 200 medley relay (Austin Galletta, Swanson, Powers, Tyler Mattson), 2:34.68; 400 free relay (Tyson Neal, Swanson, Jake Mitten, Caden Leckelt), 5:31.65.

More in Sports

OH Cheer Team
Wildcat cheer team claims first place

Oak Harbor High School’s Cheer Competition Team captured first place at the… Continue reading

Passmore
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.

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… Continue reading

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.

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… Continue reading

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.

Members of the Oak Harbor High School Sailing team are, from left to right: Top row, coach Shawn O’Connor, Liam Chapman (‘22), Ryan Metz (‘22), Ben Servatius (‘22), Thomas Buys (‘22), Andrew Buys (‘21). Bottom row, Emelia Boilek (‘22), Anna Servatius (‘24), Allison Bailey (‘23), Shelby Lang (‘23). Photo by Denise Buys
Wildcat sailors 6th in championships

The Wildcats will continue their season with a North Sound fleet race scrimmage next Saturday.

Photo by John Fisken
Wildcats maintain perfect record

Oak Harbor High School junior Luke Vrabel pitches against Mount Baker Mountaineers… Continue reading

Photo by John Fisken
‘Cats trample Lynden Christian

Oak Harbor’s varsity soccer team won Monday’s home non-conference game against Lynden… Continue reading

The Wildcat sailors competed against the Ballard Beavers Saturday. Although the Oak Harbor team suffered their only loss of the season against Ballard, the team is headed to Olympia next weekend to compete for a chance to advance to the National Championships. Photo by Shawn O’Connor.
Wildcat sailors compete in Olympia next weekend

The team is looking for a chance to compete for the National Championships.

Sophomore Anna Myles defense

Coupeville Wolves
Kicking off the season with a win

Oak Harbor High School track and field hosted Anacortes Wednesday. The Wildcats… Continue reading

Wildcat Sailing Club
Riding a wave of wins

Wildcat sailing team maintains its perfect win record