The Mountlake Terrace High School boys basketball team picked up the pressure in the second quarter to overcome an early Oak Harbor lead, defeating the visiting Wildcats 65-53 in Wesco 3A crossover action Friday, Jan. 4.
The Coupeville High School boys basketball team put up its second highest point total of the season against Archbishop Murphy Wednesday, Jan. 2, in Everett, but it wasn’t enough to carry the Wolves to a win.
The Cascade Conference and Coupeville High School came to an agreement to allow the Wolves to play a partial league football schedule in 2012, dropping the larger schools.
Coupeville’s Dalton Engle signed a letter of intent to play college football for Montana Western University.
John Morelock often uses the phrase “run gently out there.”
He said the phrase is “yet to be defined.” And it is not because he hasn’t had time to think it over. He often goes on solitary runs — long solitary runs.
The Coupeville High School boys basketball team lost at home to Sultan Tuesday, Dec. 18, and at Friday Harbor Thursday, Dec. 20, but the loss at home to Orcas Island Saturday may be the most bitter.
After letting the games at Sultan Tuesday, Dec. 18, and Friday Harbor Thursday, Dec. 20, slip away in the fourth quarter, the Coupeville High School girls basketball team wasn’t about to let it happen again. The Wolves used a 19-0 run in the second half to defeat visiting Orcas Island 39-31 Saturday.
Members of the Oak Harbor High School varsity girls and freshman boys basketball teams are receiving a unique gift this holiday season: the expertise of two of Oak Harbor’s most celebrated athletes.