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The Oak Harbor High School athletic department was granted an Automated External Defibrillator by WhidbeyHeath Emergency Services. Oak Harbor Athletic Director Jerrod Fleury asked Roger… Continue reading
Oak Harbor High School graduate Elena Flake, a member of the University of Nebraska rifle team, was just hours away from competing for the national… Continue reading
Oak Harbor High School will turn to one of its own to take over the girls basketball program. Eric Collins, a 2000 Oak Harbor High… Continue reading
John Fisken stopped by Coupeville High School’s boys basketball workout Thursday and submitted the attached photos.… Continue reading
The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association revised its guidelines for school sports this week to fall in line with the new policies announced by the governor’s… Continue reading
Offseason workouts resumed for high school athletes last week, and Coupeville volleyball players took advantage of the opportunity Tuesday. John Fisken submitted these photos of… Continue reading
Washington high school athletes were allowed to return to offseason workouts this week. Photographer John Fisken recorded some of the action at Coupeville’s football and… Continue reading
The Oak Harbor High School athletic department has developed a sponsorship program, linking with local businesses, to help supplement the budget of Wildcat sports teams.… Continue reading
Mark and Luke Hodson share more than a last name. First there is the family connection: Mark Hodson is Luke’s uncle. Then there is the… Continue reading
While COVID-19 has put brakes on much of society’s activities, it didn’t slow down the financial support of participants in the fourth annual Bennett Boyles… Continue reading
Shawn P. O’Connor was once the student, now he is the teacher. O’Connor is the new head coach of the Oak Harbor Yacht Club’s youth… Continue reading
The Short and Sweet Challenge usually takes place in March but was postponed because of COVID-19.
Annual event raises funds for Coupeville senior class graduation activities.
“School isn’t going to be the same without football in the fall” said one high school senior.
Volunteers for crew positions do not need to own a boat.
The meeting is on Sept. 11.