Sports

Deception FC captures Federation Cup / Youth soccer

The Whidbey Island Deception FC girls U13 soccer team finished first in the Washington Federation Cup earlier this month. The Federation Cup “is the biggest… Continue reading

Wolves’ good season comes to a close / Girls basketball

A nice-looking season for the Coupeville High School girls basketball team came to a not so pretty end when the Wolves dropped a loser-out, district… Continue reading

North Whidbey Little League schedules evaluations / Youth baseball, softball

North Whidbey Little League has scheduled evaluations for the upcoming baseball and softball seasons. Baseball evaluations for ages 9-12 are 9 a.m to 5 p.m.… Continue reading

Pioneers cut down Coupeville / Girls basketball

It was a rough start in the 1A district tournament for the Coupeville High School girls basketball team. The Wolves lost 61-15 at Nooksack Valley… Continue reading

Wildcats place 2nd at national championships / Shooting

The Oak Harbor High School precision rifle team finished second at the Civilian Marksmanship Program Navy JROTC National Championships Feb. 6-8 at Chandler, Arizona. By… Continue reading

Wildcats win state title / Cheer

It was worth the wait. The Oak Harbor High School cheer squad performed last but finished first in its division to perform but finished first… Continue reading

Oak Harbor sends 5 to regional / Boys wrestling

Five Oak Harbor High School wrestlers placed among the top four at the boys sub-regional tournament Friday and Saturday, Feb. 7 and 8, at Snohomish… Continue reading

2 (maybe 3) Wildcats earn regional berths / Girls wrestling

Maria Dailey and Aly Grose of the Oak Harbor High School girls wrestling team each placed fourth at the sub-regional tournament Friday and Saturday, Feb.… Continue reading

Wolves’ season ends with playoff loss / Boys basketball

Mount Baker brought the curtain down on the Coupeville High School boys basketball season by defeating the host Wolves 69-48 Saturday, Feb. 8. By winning… Continue reading

Getchell pulls away from Wildcats / Girls basketball

A big fourth quarter helped visiting Marysville Getchell secure a 60-35 win over the Oak Harbor High School girls basketball team in the Wildcats’ season… Continue reading

Fast start carries Chargers over Oak Harbor / Boys basketball

Marysville Getchell buried the Oak Harbor High School boys basketball team early on the way defeating the visiting Wildcats 76-34 Friday, Feb. 7. The game… Continue reading

Photos: Wolves begin season with win / Middle school girls basketball

Coupeville Middle School opened the girls basketball season with a 41-15 win over visiting Northshore Christian Academy Thursday, Feb. 6. Photographer John Fisken was there… Continue reading

Wildcats take 4th / JV swim and dive

The Oak Harbor High School swim and dive team placed fourth at the junior varsity championships Thursday, Feb. 6, at Marysville-Pilchuck High School. The Wildcats… Continue reading

Oak Harbor grad signs to play football for UNLV

After a record-setting offensive football career at Oak Harbor High School, 2017 Wildcat graduate Princeton Lollar will play defense at the Division I level for… Continue reading

Wildcats, Wolves start postseason play

Postseason play begins this weekend for Oak Harbor and Coupeville high school winter athletes. Wrestling The Oak Harbor wrestling teams get things started Friday, Feb.… Continue reading

Wildcats fall to Eagles / Boys basketball

Scoring more than 20 points in each of the first three quarters, the Arlington High School boys basketball team raced by host Oak Harbor 86-54… Continue reading

Tryouts set for Cal Ripken, Babe Ruth baseball

Tryouts for the Oak Harbor Cal Ripken and Babe Ruth baseball teams are scheduled for 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays, Feb. 22 and 29,… Continue reading

Eagles use long-range attack to defeat Oak Harbor / Girls basketball

The first-place Arlington High School girls basketball team pelted Oak Harbor with 34 first-quarter points in an 85-31 win over the visiting Wildcats Tuesday, Feb.… Continue reading

Wolves ground Falcons, head to district tournament / Girls basketball

An excellent start spurred by a ball-hawking defense helped overcome a long offensive dry spell for the Coupeville High School girls basketball team in the… Continue reading

Coupeville hosts district play-in game Saturday / Boys basketball

After losing 66-59 at Sultan Tuesday, Feb. 4, in the regular-season finale, the Coupeville High School boys basketball team needs to win a play-in game… Continue reading