Sports

E-W tops mistake-prone Wildcats / Boys basketball

A cascade of mistakes cost the Oak Harbor High School boys basketball team in a 70-45 loss to visiting Edmonds-Woodway Friday, Jan. 3. The Wildcats… Continue reading

Warriors defeat Oak Harbor / Girls basketball

The Edmonds-Woodway High School girls basketball team outscored visiting Oak Harbor 39-15 in the middle two periods on the way to tripping the Wildcats 67-35… Continue reading

Coupeville to change conferences in 2020-21

While Oak Harbor High School is considering moving to a different athletic conference next school year, Coupeville’s move to a new league is a done… Continue reading

Wildcats bash Bruins / Girls basketball

Getting back on a winning track, the Oak Harbor High School girls basketball team derailed Cascade 48-26 Thursday, Jan. 2, in Everett. The Wildcats opened… Continue reading

Whidbey athletes shine in 2019 / Sports year in review

There were highlights aplenty in the world of 2019 Whidbey sports. January The Washington State Volleyball Coaches Association selected Oak Harbor High School senior setter… Continue reading

Bulldogs defeat Oak Harbor / Boys basketball

The Mount Vernon High School boys basketball team rocked Oak Harbor early on the way to a 70-36 win over the visiting Wildcats Friday, Dec.… Continue reading

Stone thrower: Malone excels in Highland games

Whidbey Island’s Tishia Malone likes to throw stones — big ones. Malone started competing in Highland games at age 49 to control her multiple sclerosis.… Continue reading

Coupeville, Oak Harbor grads continue athletic careers in college / Alumni update

Nick Streubel, a 2014 graduate of Coupeville High School who plays football for Central Washington University, capped an outstanding career this fall, highlighting the efforts… Continue reading

Block party: Harper celebrates outstanding career at WWU / Alumni update

When opponents of Western Washington University met the Vikings in volleyball, they also knew they were being invited to a block party hosted by Kayleigh… Continue reading

Coupeville drops game to Nooksack Valley / Boys basketball

A flurry of first-quarter points led Nooksack Valley to a 71-48 win over the host Coupeville High School boys basketball team Saturday, Dec. 21. The… Continue reading

Wildcats place 2 on podium / Girls wrestling

Maria Dailey and Diandra Dominguez placed for Oak Harbor in the Pride of the Lady Lions Invitational Friday and Saturday, Dec. 20 and 21, in… Continue reading

4 medal for Wildcats / Boys wrestling

Four Oak Harbor High School wrestlers placed in the Graham Morin Memorial Tournament Saturday, Dec. 21, in Bellingham. Jamal Graham (132 pounds) placed second, Cole… Continue reading

Wildcats lose pair / Boys basketball

The Oak Harbor High School boys basketball team lost twice over the weekend. The Wildcats fell 80-64 at Shorewood Friday, Dec. 20, in a conference… Continue reading

Pioneers’ pressure sinks Wolves / Girls basketball

A ball-hawking full-court press proved fruitful for the Nooksack Valley High School girls basketball team as the Pioneers won 52-30 at Coupeville Saturday, Dec. 21.… Continue reading

Wildcats fall in OT / Girls basketball

The Oak Harbor High School girls basketball team came from behind to force overtime but fell in the extra period 43-40 to visiting Shorewood Friday,… Continue reading

Seagulls slip by Wildcats / Swim and dive

The Everett High School swim and dive team picked up enough first places to overcome Oak Harbor’s superior depth in the Seagulls’ 92-84 win over… Continue reading

Coupeville cancels tonight’s games because of high winds / Basketball

Coupeville High School’s basketball games with Port Townsend scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 19, have been postponed. “Due to a small craft advisory through 1 a.m.… Continue reading

3 claim world titles / Jiu-jitsu

Three members of Oak Harbor’s Wakizashi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu studio earned gold medals at the North American Grappling Association’s World Championships Dec. 7 and 8 in… Continue reading

Murphy tops Oak Harbor in Wesco opener / Boys basketball

A 15-0 run that spanned the first and second quarters propelled the Archbishop Murphy boys basketball team to a 85-48 win in Oak Harbor Wednesday,… Continue reading

Oak Harbor drops double dual / Girls wrestling

Filling less than half the weight classes, the Oak Harbor High School girls wrestling team lost a double dual match with Bellingham United and host… Continue reading