Attendance at pool swells

Pool director Craig Carlson told commissioners of the North Whidbey Park and Recreation District at their April 19 meeting that 10,328 people used John Vanderzicht… Continue reading

  • Apr 28, 2007

Oak Harbor splits with Lake Stevens

Wildcats score early, fail to hold lead

  • Apr 28, 2007

Wildcats fall to Panthers

Second place Snohomish had little trouble defeating Oak Harbor 7-0 in a Monday WesCo North tennis match.Sunny skies and a lack of wind were no… Continue reading

  • Apr 28, 2007

My Side of the Plate: Red card the refs

When playing soccer against Everett during the 2007 season, the Oak Harbor boys team has had a truckload of problems.The Wildcats were 1-0 winners in… Continue reading

  • Apr 28, 2007

Iffy call beats Oak Harbor

Winning goal waived off in overtime

  • Apr 28, 2007

Eagles score early in 10-3 win

‘Cats play catch-up after five run first inning

  • Apr 25, 2007

Numbers spell victory for King’s

In a dual track meet, having more members on a team means more points scored.That was the problem facing the Coupeville Wolves when they went… Continue reading

  • Apr 25, 2007

Wolves remain winless in league

Coupeville’s soccer team hasn’t lost its spirit and keeps playing hard, but the Wolves have been unable to find the winning combination.Winless in the Cascade… Continue reading

  • Apr 21, 2007

Wolves fall twice to Lakewood

Coming off an 8-4 loss on the road at Lakewood Monday afternoon, the Coupeville baseball team nearly pulled off its second league victory of the… Continue reading

  • Apr 21, 2007

‘Cats make mistakes, lose again

Mental mistakes by base runners and three errors sent Oak Harbor down to its fifth straight WesCo North loss when Stanwood scored two runs in… Continue reading

  • Apr 21, 2007

Fish, Fur, Fowl: Dreaming of halibut in Hawaii

I have to admit I was a bit upset that I wasn’t in town for the halibut opener but after the reports I received, I… Continue reading

  • Apr 21, 2007

Marathon madness hits Whidbey

Sixth annual event largest in history

  • Apr 18, 2007

Two big innings sink ‘Cats

In the second inning Monroe hit the ball and scored seven runs, and in the sixth inning five hits and three errors led to six… Continue reading

  • Apr 14, 2007

Wolves nip Falcons for first win

Falling behind 3-0 after the first half inning of play, the Coupeville softball team was forced to play seven innings of catch up in Wednesday’s… Continue reading

  • Apr 14, 2007

Wildcats lose on late goal

Oak Harbor’s soccer team has made tremendous strides in the first eight games of the season, but is still seeking that elusive second victory.On Tuesday… Continue reading

  • Apr 14, 2007

Lack of execution costly for Wildcats

Failure to execute the fundamentals, particularly when a baseball team knows the score is going to be close even before the first pitch is thrown,… Continue reading

  • Apr 11, 2007

Going places on foot

Anyone who thinks they have a busy schedule or has their dance card filled up for at least the next three months has plenty of… Continue reading

  • Apr 11, 2007

Trouble comes quickly for Wolves

Six-run uprising hands Coupeville its 10th defeat

  • Apr 7, 2007

Wolves throw a scare into Tigers

League-leading Granite Falls had a scare from a determined bunch of Coupeville softball players in Monday’s Cascade League game.Holding a 4-1 league record, the Tigers… Continue reading

  • Apr 4, 2007

Breaks go against Oak Harbor

Oak Harbor soccer coach Steve Barker said all the Wildcats need is to have a few things start breaking their way.Despite having just a 1-4… Continue reading

  • Apr 4, 2007