Sports

Oak Harbor moving to Northwest Conference

Oak Harbor High School was officially accepted by the Northwest Conference Thursday, Jan. 9, and will move to its new athletic league next school year.… Continue reading

Renn collects 3 firsts / Tumbling and trampoline

Oak Harbor’s Izzy Renn, competing for Ground Zero, finished first in three events at the Up in the Air Tumbling and Trampoline Meet Saturday, Jan.… Continue reading

Registration for North Whidbey Little League starts

Registration is underway for the 2020 spring North Whidbey Little League baseball and softball seasons. All registration is being done online this year. To signup,… Continue reading

Coupeville, Oak Harbor high school athletic events for Tuesday postponed

Coupeville and Oak Harbor high school’s athletic contests scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 14, have been postponed. Cedar Park Christian and Granite Falls, Coupeville’s opponents, closed… Continue reading

3 Wildcats place at Arlington tournament / Girls wrestling

Three wrestlers from Oak Harbor High School placed at the Highway 9 Girls Championships Saturday, Jan. 11, in Arlington. Adelina Lopez (130 pounds) finished third… Continue reading

Oak Harbor takes 16th in Snohomish / Boys wrestling

The Oak Harbor High School boys wrestling team placed 16th out of 20 teams at the Panther Classic Saturday, Jan. 11, in Snohomish. The Wildcats… Continue reading

Hard work overcomes free-throw follies; Wolves win / Girls basketball

It was ironic that the Coupeville High School girls basketball team would take the lead for good by making five consecutive free throws in the… Continue reading

Turks rally to topple Wolves / Boys basketball

Ouch. This one hurt. The Coupeville High School boys basketball team saw an 11-point lead evaporate as visiting Sultan stunned the Wolves 57-52 Friday, Jan.… Continue reading

Good start not enough as Wildcats fall at Cedarcrest / Boys basketball

Unable to hold a first-quarter lead, the Oak Harbor High School boys basketball team lost 71-53 to Cedarcrest in Duvall Friday, Jan. 10. The Wildcats… Continue reading

Red Wolves stop Oak Harbor / Girls basketball

The Oak Harbor High School girls basketball team outscored visiting Cedarcrest in the first and fourth periods, but the Red Wolves struck for big points… Continue reading

Oak Harbor begins New Year with 2 wins / Swim and dive

Well rested after three weeks off, the Oak Harbor High School swim and dive team collected its first wins of the season, defeating both Marysville… Continue reading

Wildcats fall in Wesco opener / Boys wrestling

The Oak Harbor High School boys wrestling team fell 58-12 in its Wesco opener at Marysville Getchell Thursday, Jan. 9. Winners for the Wildcats were… Continue reading

Recreational league starts Saturday / Youth basketball

Oak Harbor’s youth basketball recreational league for pre-K through sixth-graders begins Saturday, Jan. 11, at Oak Harbor High School. In other youth basketball news, last… Continue reading

Wildcats hold 1st home match / Girls wrestling

It wasn’t a win but it was a first. The Oak Harbor High School girls wrestling team, in its second year of existence, hosted its… Continue reading

Second-half surge lifts Lynnwood past Oak Harbor / Boys basketball

The Lynnwood High School boys basketball team pulled away from visiting Oak Harbor in the second half for a 57-43 win Wednesday, Jan. 8. The… Continue reading

Long layoff hurts Wolves / Girls basketball

Unable to shake off the rust of not playing in 16 days, the Coupeville High School girls basketball team lost 51-35 at home to Cedar… Continue reading

Coupeville takes down Tigers in conference opener / Boys basketball

A solid all-around effort helped the Coupeville High School boys basketball team win its North Sound Conference opener 60-42 at Granite Falls Tuesday, Jan. 7.… Continue reading

Royals pounce on Wildcats / Girls basketball

Not much went right for the Oak Harbor High School girls basketball team in a 72-45 loss to visiting Lynnwood Tuesday, Jan. 7. The Wildcats… Continue reading

Wildcats take 5th at Battle of the Axe / Boys wrestling

The Oak Harbor High School boys wrestling team finished fifth at the 13-team Battle of the Axe dual tournament Saturday, Jan. 4, in Port Angeles.… Continue reading

2 Wildcats place at Sedro-Woolley / Girls wrestling

Oak Harbor High School’s Ella Erikson and Maria Dailey placed at the Sedro-Woolley Women’s Wrestling Tournament Saturday, Jan. 4. Erikson (125 pounds) finished third and… Continue reading