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Matched their strokes with Olympic champions
It was a beautiful day for the Oak Harbor track team’s lone home meet of the season.
Megan Ledford, a seventh-grader at North Whidbey Middle School, has been selected to be a People to People Sports Ambassador this summer in Europe.
In our first part we gave you ideas on how to spend your tax refund in pursuit of the largest of upland game birds. Now… Continue reading
When you talk about turkey hunting, many images come to mind.
Forecasting here in the Pacific Northwest is an iffy job.
Cats aim for first at nationals in Anaheim
Some bowlers wait their whole lives to roll a 300 game. How about one who only had to wait two years?
Oak Harbor’s Jon Garcia might have missed his chance to capture a state title at last weekend’s Mat Classic, but he didn’t let that get him down.
The Oak Harbor wrestling team senior captains came through when it counted the most.
Already having one of the best season’s in team history, the Oak Harbor boys swimming team placed fourth out of eight teams at the 4A Northwest District north sectional last weekend.
The Oak Harbor Wildcats football team might not have taken home the WesCo 4A North Division championship trophy in 2001, but they didn’t walk away from the season empty-handed.
Although the Oak Harbor All-Stars cheer squad has qualified for Nationals, the team is unsure if it will be able to participate. The squad might not be able to travel to Florida for the tournament due to the expenses involved.
Several people stationed at NAS Whidbey make team.
It was cold, wet and windy Thursday at Memorial Stadium and the Wildcat girls’ soccer team loved every minute of it as they were in control from the outset, routing Mount Vernon’s Bulldogs 4-0 on Seniors’ Night.
Elk season opens last weekend in October