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NAS Whidbey fighters capture medals at Junior Olympics and Junior Nationals.
"One of Race Week's oldest duels involves two orthopedic surgeons, two very similar sailboats, and rum."
North Whidbey Little League's nine and 10 year-old All-Stars beat South Skagit All-Stars 14-10 in Mount Vernon.
Club grabs a number of trophies at the recent Northwest Regional Championships.
Is there enough interest for an indoor tennis court on Whidbey?
North Whidbey Little League hosts two District 11 All-Star Tournaments.
"Tae Kwan Do students learn life lessons, win awards."
More than 130 women gathered to enjoy a sunny day in Oak Harbor at the Whidbey Golf and Country Club for the Ladies' Invitational Thursday and Friday.
Oak Harbor cheerleaders top team for sixth time in seven years.
An Oak Harbor Middle School eighth grader could put Oak Harbor on the Olympic-swimming map.
Erin Monaghan was awarded the 1999 Senior Athlete of the Year by the U.S. Judo Association.
Girls U-15 Whidbey Islanders reach the highest level of youth soccer play in the state.
32 teams compete in the eighth annual Whidbey Island/Skagit Valley College Golf Classic.
A derby for physically and developmentally disabled children rolls down Southeast Barrington Street in Oak Harbor July 15.
Oak Harbor High School's top tennis player to play at Eastern Washington University.
Ten Oak Harbor High School athletes recently made the 4A Western Conference first and second all-conference teams.
Roller hockey team rolls into Roller Barn.
"Oak Harbor's power-hitting, over-30 baseball team, swept the Bellingham Cardinals in a June 11 double-header in Bellingham."
Sheena Darling and Garrett Stone are recognized as the Oak Harbor High School female and male Athletes of the Year.
"Seniors April Bagby, Joe Donnellon and Matt Frost are ending their high school careers with Coupeville High School's highest athletic honor - the Athlete of the Year award."