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Wildcats lose close matches to Snohomish and Cascade
The Wolves earned four Northwest A/B All-League selections, two first-team, two second team.
Younger players will have to fill in support roles
For the Anderson family of Oak Harbor, there’s no better past time than the sport of archery.
It’s the middle of July and that can mean only one thing for Whidbey Island: Race Week 2003 is here. For the 21st consecutive year yachts from all over the United States and Canada will splash down in local waters tomorrow, July 20, with racing set to begin Monday afternoon.
When you think of hobbies for little girls, dolls, playing house and dressing-up sound like a pretty typical day of events. That’s not the case for Oak Harbor’s Kayla Miracle, who at the age of six, has already claimed the state title for freestyle wrestling.
A blink of the eye and the quick start by the Oak Harbor wrestling team could have easily been missed Thursday night.
It wasn’t due to lack of effort that Oak Harbor lost to 4A wrestling juggernaut Lake Stevens, 39-21 on Thursday.
Three Whidbey grapplers among Navy elite
Dominating would probably be the best word to describe the Oak Harbor wrestling team’s first performance of the season.
Some hunters prefer not to hunt within a large sea of blaze orange. These hunters have taken up a “primitive” weapon.
At 13, BMX racer has plans set for a long career
Warren impressive in first USA event
It was fair winds and calm seas for the opening races of Whidbey Island Race Week Monday.
An unknown walk-on walked away with the top trophy in last weekend’s Armed Services Championship Regatta.
The 26th annual Whidbey Island Pony Club Horse Trials were held July 5, 6 and 7 off Zylstra Road with thanks to the Chuck Sapp… Continue reading
The first annual Rubber Ducky Regatta was all that it was quacked up to be.
Gone are the days when being a hunter or angler is “a time for the boys”.
With warmer temperatures, longer hours of sunlight, and the kids being out of school, more people will be taking to local waters to have some fun in the great outdoors.
Oak Harbor’s Kristine Martinez, 11, won her first United States Figure Skating Association gold medal at the Victoria Day Interclub Competition held on May 16.