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Wildcats claim three pins on the night
..... 21-3 run lifts Cats over Shorewood
Girls and boys win and lose
Oak Harbor boys snap their five game losing streak
"In Burlington Friday, girls play Port Angeles less than 24 hours later. "
A year of triumph and defeat for North Whidbey sports
With the absence of two key seniors Chris Good has elevated his game for the Wolves this season
"Oak Harbor, which fell behind by nine, could not complete a comeback against Anancortes "
"Girls trounce Forks, 48-33. "
We just have to keep focusing and not let the losses get to us.
Height disparity hurts the girls during their contest with Bellevue Christian
"Oak Harbor goes 4-of-14 from the line during fourth, loses 59-57 "
Oak Harbor's Brent Rivard's only competition comes from his teammates.
Wildcats take a lead and don't let go
Coupeville boys lose top scorer too
The Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife will reopen recreational and commercial crab fishing in the waters around Oak Harbor from Dec. 9 at 8 a.m. until Dec. 31 at 4 p.m.
"In the second quarter of Wednesday's game between Oak Harbor and Squalicum, 6-foot-3 center Sarah Smith towered over the Wildcats and swatted away a shot by an Oak Harbor player for a thunderous rejection. "
The stands were packed to capacity as the fans erupted with cheers as the Oak Harbor wrestling team stormed out of the mat room Tuesday evening.
"In the final three minutes the Wolves exploded for an 18-6 run that left the South Whidbey Falcons stunned and gave Coupeville boys team its first win of the year, 74-66. "
Last season the coupeville girls' varsity basketball team averaged 43 points per game. On Friday evening the Wolves scored 43 points ... in the first half.