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Coupeville plays two fun games against Koalas, Wallabies
The stage for back-to-back wins was set. Unfortunately for Oak Harbor, it has to wait another day to end the drought.
Four guaranteed to move on to regionals
Oak Harborâ€™s final dual meet couldnâ€™t have worked more perfectly. OHHS not only beat Mount Vernon 43-33, but got a win from every available senior in their final home performance.
As a whole they didnâ€™t come out on top this week, but Oak Harbor wrestling coach Mike Crebbin isnâ€™t really bothered by that.
OH grapplers earn five pins in 51-22 victory over Anacorte
For the first time since 2000 the Coupeville volleyball team will not participate in the 1A state tournament.
Scenarios don’t get much more cut and dry. Win and it’s an automatic ticket to the district volleyball playoffs. Lose and the season is over.
Beat Cascade, lose to number-one Snohomish
Friday Harbor squeaks by with 1-0 victory
Much has been said about the emergence of poker into the glaring spotlight ofmainstream life. Almost too quickly it has emerged out of smoke-filled bars and casinos and into smoke-filled bars and casinos — but now it’s on TV.
Tell Daniel Haigh to go fly a kite and he won’t take offense. In fact, he’ll gladly do it.
The North Whidbey Aquatic Club recently had its best ever Pacific Northwest Championships finish, earning 11th place, 445 points and the honor of the highest-placing team in Northwestern Washington.
Race educates first-time sailor