Fall athletes receive letters, awards

Coupeville Football Coach: Marcus Carr. Record: 5-4. Senior lettermen: Dawson Houston, Gavin Knoblich, Andrew Martin, Jonathan Partida, Gavin St. Onge, Gavin Straub, Sean Toomey-Stout. Juniors:… Continue reading

Oak Harbor may join Northwest Conference

Oak Harbor High School is considering a move from the Western Conference to the Northwest Conference, rejoining the league it left more than 40 years… Continue reading

Oak Harbor mauls Marauders / Boys wrestling

Oak Harbor mauls Marauders / Boys wrestling

Wildcats split opener / Swim and dive

The Oak Harbor swim and dive team opened the season by splitting a double dual meet with the Snohomish high schools Thursday, Dec. 12, at… Continue reading

Wolfe receives Player of the Week honors from the WIAA / Boys basketball

Coupeville High School sophomore basketball player Hawthorne Wolfe was named the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association’s 1A male athlete of the week for Dec. 1-7. Wolfe… Continue reading

Oak Harbor takes part in first team matches / Girls wrestling

It was a special night for the fledgling Oak Harbor High School girls wrestling team even though it dropped both ends of a double dual… Continue reading

Coupeville runs by Friday Harbor / Girls basketball

For the second game in a row, the Coupeville High School girls basketball team raced to a lead and then turned back a fourth-quarter rally… Continue reading

Wolverines slip by Wolves / Boys basketball

The Friday Harbor High School boys basketball team eked by visiting Coupeville 43-38 Wednesday, Dec. 11. Dylan Roberson scored 7 points and his teammates added… Continue reading

Fast start helps Oak Harbor trample Tomahawks / Girls basketball

Behind a blazing start, the Oak Harbor High School girls basketball team zipped past visiting Marysville-Pilchuck 53-25 Tuesday, Dec. 10. The win was the fourth… Continue reading

Blaine topples Oak Harbor / Boys basketball

Blaine buried the visiting Oak Harbor High School boys basketball team with a 28-point fourth quarter on the way to an 84-53 win Tuesday, Dec.… Continue reading

Oak Harbor athletes participate in Reindeer Games / Gymnastics

Four Oak Harbor athletes competed for Ground Zero Gymnastics at the National Association of Women’s Gymnastic Judges of Washington Reindeer Games last weekend at the… Continue reading

Oak Harbor starts season 3-0 / Girls basketball

After two relatively easy wins, the Oak Harbor High School girls basketball team handled the pressure of a close game in a 53-51 win over… Continue reading

Wolves top Orcas Island, collect 1st win / Boys basketball

Coupeville’s one-two punch carried a bigger wallop than Orcas Island’s, and the Wolves’ boys basketball team clipped the visiting Vikings 77-58 Saturday, Dec. 7. Coupeville’s… Continue reading

Coupeville hangs on to beat Orcas Island / Girls basketball

The Coupeville High School girls basketball team built a nice halftime lead and then held on to defeating visiting Orcas Island 34-31 Saturday, Dec. 7.… Continue reading

Cubs clip ‘Cats / Boys basketball

Sedro-Woolley jumped to a 19-8 first quarter lead and then used an even bigger third quarter to beat the visiting Oak Harbor High School boys… Continue reading

2 Wildcats place at Edmonds Invitational / Boys wrestling

Oak Harbor’s Cole Valdez finished fourth and Jamal Graham sixth at the Edmonds Wrestling Invitational Saturday, Dec. 7. As a team, Oak Harbor placed 22nd… Continue reading

Coupeville Captain’s Panel holds toy drive

The Captain’s Panel, a group of Coupeville High School athletes, is holding a toy drive through Friday, Dec. 13. The Captain’s Panel is working in… Continue reading

Oak Harbor takes down Squalicum in opener / Boys wrestling

Dominating the lower weights, the Oak Harbor High School boys wrestling team stopped visiting Squalicum 51-30 in the season opener Thursday, Dec. 5. The Wildcats… Continue reading

Oak Harbor edges Coupeville in OT / Boys basketball

With four players scoring in double figures, the Oak Harbor High School boys basketball team was able to overcome a big night by Coupeville’s Hawthorne… Continue reading

Wildcats, Wolves open season with wins, then Oak Harbor defeats Coupeville / Girls basketball

Bigger Oak Harbor High School knocked off Coupeville 44-25 in girls basketball Wednesday, Dec. 4, on the Wildcats’ court. Both teams tuned up for the… Continue reading