Eagles fly by Wildcats / Football

Taking advantage of good field position all night, the Arlington High School football team defeated Oak Harbor 43-8 Friday, Oct. 11, at Wildcat Memorial Stadium.… Continue reading

Wolves avenge loss, start win streak / Tennis

After winning just one of its first 11 matches, the Coupeville High School tennis team earned its second win in a row when it beat… Continue reading

Wildcats lose to Stanwood in OT / Soccer

A second-half rally fell just short as the Oak Harbor High School soccer team lost 3-2 to Stanwood in overtime Thursday, Oct. 10, at Wildcat… Continue reading

Oak Harbor barely avoids upset / Volleyball

Whew, that was close. Stanwood put a scare into the first-place Oak Harbor High School volleyball team before the Wildcats escaped with a 3-2 win… Continue reading

Wolves make quick work of PT / Volleyball

Taking a break for North Sound Conference play, the Coupeville High School volleyball team ripped host Port Townsend 3-0 Thursday, Oct. 10. The Wolves rolled… Continue reading

Wolves cruise past Friday Harbor / Tennis

Breaking a string of seven consecutive losses, the Coupeville High School tennis team walloped visiting Friday Harbor 5-0 Thursday, Oct. 10. The Wolves lost only… Continue reading

Wildcats lose 2 matches by same score / Tennis

The Oak Harbor High School tennis team dropped a pair of 5-2 non-league road matches this week. Anacortes (6-6) beat the Wildcats Wednesday and Lynnwood… Continue reading

Oak Harbor wins twice at Marysville / Swim and dive

Behind a sweep of all three relays, the Oak Harbor High School swim and dive team captured a double-dual meet at Marysville-Pilchuck Thursday, Oct. 10.… Continue reading

Wolves dig in, top Turks / Volleyball

Showing little negative effects from losing its first match of the season two nights earlier, the Coupeville High School volleyball team stopped Sultan 3-1 Wednesday,… Continue reading

Mihill, Hall pace Wolves / Cross country

Alana Mihill and Mitchell Hall led the Coupeville High School cross country runners at a North Sound Conference meet Wednesday, Oct. 9, at South Whidbey… Continue reading

Bear Creek nips Coupeville / Tennis

The Coupeville high school tennis team suffered another close loss, dropping a 3-2 decision to visiting Bear Creek Wednesday, Oct. 9. The match was Coupeville’s… Continue reading

Oak Harbor still Top ‘Cats / Volleyball

Teams from the opposite ends of the Western Conference volleyball standings met Tuesday, Oct. 8, in Oak Harbor, and the Wildcats held on to first… Continue reading

Panthers whip Wildcats / Swim and dive

Snohomish, one of the Western Conference’s top teams, sunk the Oak Harbor High School swim and dive squad 132-35 Tuesday, Oct. 8, at John Vanderzicht… Continue reading

Oak Harbor grounds Hawks / Soccer

Trying to climb back into the race for a postseason berth, the Oak Harbor High School soccer team slipped past host Mountlake Terrace 1-0 Tuesday,… Continue reading

Wolves fall to King’s / Soccer

King’s took control early, scoring five first-half goals on the way to defeating the Coupeville High School soccer team 7-0 Tuesday, Oct. 8, at Mickey… Continue reading

Island youth spread their spirit at camp / Cheer

Whidbey Island youngsters displayed their spirit at the Coupeville High School Cheer Camp Sunday, Oct. 6. Thirty-five kids from Whidbey Island took part, learning a… Continue reading

Popular hunting seasons begin

Some of Washington’s most popular hunting seasons will get underway Saurday, Oct. 12, when modern firearm deer hunters and waterfowl hunters take to the field.… Continue reading

UW holds softball clinic in Oak Harbor

The University of Washington coaching staff will host a softball clinic at Oak Harbor High School Saturday, Oct. 26. The clinic will feature two all-skills… Continue reading

Knights hand Coupeville its 1st loss / Volleyball

King’s demonstrated what elite 1A high school volleyball looks like in a 3-0 win at Coupeville Monday, Oct. 7. The Wolves entered the evening with… Continue reading

Owls defeat Wolves / Tennis

Overlake blanked the visiting Coupeville High School tennis team 5-0 Monday, Oct. 7. The Owls improved to 6-5 while the Wolves fell to 1-9. Coupeville… Continue reading