Sports

Wildcats tripped up by Everett / Boys basketball

The Everett High School boys basketball team outscored host Oak Harbor in every quarter en route to a 78-50 win Friday, Jan. 31. Five different… Continue reading

Seagull pair sinks Oak Harbor / Girls basketball

Everett’s one-two punch of Ella Sylvester and Farrah Parrish was too much for the Oak Harbor High School girls basketball team as the pair led… Continue reading

Wildcats drop finale at Stanwood / Swim and dive

The Oak Harbor High School swim and dive team wrapped up the regular season with a 96-73 loss at Stanwood Thursday, Jan. 30. Next is… Continue reading

Forfeits lead to Oak Harbor loss / Boys wrestling

Winning on the mat but not on the scoreboard, the Oak Harbor High School boys wrestling team lost 52-26 at Marysville-Pilchuck Wednesday, Jan. 29. The… Continue reading

Panthers pull away late to beat Wildcats / Girls basketball

The Snohomish High School girls basketball team outscored host Oak Harbor 20-6 in the fourth quarter to collect a 60-38 win Tuesday, Jan. 28. The… Continue reading

Falcons fly by scrappy Wolves / Boys basketball

The South Whidbey High School boys basketball team slipped by host Coupeville 76-65 in a spirited rivalry game Tuesday, Jan. 28. The Falcons (7-1, 15-3)… Continue reading

Wildcats lose final Wesco match / Boys wrestling

For the second match in a row, the Oak Harbor High School boys wrestling team was hurt by forfeits, losing 51-30 at Stanwood Thursday, Jan.… Continue reading

Sail and Power Squadron offers free children’s class / Boating safety

The Deception Pass Sail and Power Squadron is offering a free boating safety class for children ages 5 to 10 from 11 a.m. to 1… Continue reading

Wildcats take down Marysville / Girls wrestling

The Oak Harbor High School girls wrestling team won five of eight matches at Marysville-Pilchuck Wednesday, Jan. 29. Scores were kept only for the weight… Continue reading

Oak Harbor drops game at Snohomish / Boys basketball

Snohomish held off the visiting Oak Harbor High School boys basketball team for a 64-53 win Wednesday, Jan. 29. The two teams were tied 25-25… Continue reading

Oak Harbor beats Bearcats / Swim and dive

A 100-82 win over Monroe helped the Oak Harbor High School swim and dive team earn a split in a double-dual meet Tuesday, Jan. 28,… Continue reading

Cold Wolves fall to league-leading Knights / Girls basketball

The Coupeville High School girls basketball team picked the wrong night to struggle with its shooting. The Wolves, taking on first-place King’s on the Knights’… Continue reading

Wildcat pair compete in qualifying meets / Swim and dive

Two members of the Oak Harbor High School swim and dive team finished in the top 10 in a pair of state-qualifying diving matches earlier… Continue reading

Rah talent: Wildcats, Wolves qualify for national competition / Cheer

Whidbey Island receives a double dose of national exposure when the Oak Harbor and Coupeville high school cheerleading teams compete in separation United States championships… Continue reading

Bulldogs best Oak Harbor / Swim and dive

The Oak Harbor High School swim and dive team lost 107-78 at Mount Vernon Monday, Jan. 27. Micah Franklin (200-yard individual medley, 2:22.73) and Chandler… Continue reading

Coupeville recovers to win Saturday after losing Friday / Boys basketball

The Coupeville High School boys basketball team bounced back to beat visiting Port Townsend 79-66 Saturday, Jan. 25, after losing 69-46 at Cedar Park Christian… Continue reading

Early North Whidbey Little League registration period ends Feb. 1

Those registering for the upcoming North Whidbey Little League baseball and softball seasons will receive a $10 discount if they sign up by Saturday, Feb.… Continue reading

2 Wildcats take 3rd at Lady Knight Invitational / Girls wrestling

Two Oak Harbor High School wrestlers finished third at the Lady Knights Invitational hosted by Kamiak at Mariner High School Saturday, Jan. 25. Christina Frank… Continue reading

Wolves lose to CPC, beat PT / Girls basketball

The Coupeville High School girls basketball team split a pair of road games over the weekend; unfortunately, the one they needed most slipped away. The… Continue reading

Wildcats lose to league-leaders / Boys basketball

First-place Marysville-Pilchuck showed the Oak Harbor High School boys basketball team why it is undefeated in Western Conference play, beating the host Wildcats 78-37 Friday,… Continue reading