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Sherry Phay displayed both her strength and quickness while winning her division in the Sleighin’ Weights powerlifting meet Saturday at Dungeon Fitness in Bremerton. That… Continue reading
The way Steve Huff sees it, he “returned to the waters that gave him birth.” Huff, a 1984 graduate of South Whidbey High School, provided… Continue reading
James Steller is going to give Whidbey Island the run-around. Steller, a Coupeville resident and board member of the Community Foundation for Coupeville Public Schools,… Continue reading
For Kit Maret, it’s a way to keep active in a sport she enjoys. For Maya Black, it is a springboard to the upper echelons… Continue reading
Oak Harbor skippers Dave Steckman and Bill Walker placed fourth and seventh, respectively, in the San Juan 24 North American Championships hosted by the Oak… Continue reading
Coming from behind twice and surviving a triple play, the Coupeville High School baseball team snapped a 13-game losing streak by edging South Whidbey 5-4 Monday, April 13, at Robert Sherman Field.
The South Whidbey track teams combined to win four events at the Whidbey Island Jamboree on Thursday, March 20, in Oak Harbor.
Langley's Stacie Prater, the lone South Whidbey representative in the 11th annual Whidbey Island Marathon, placed 84th in the 26-mile race Sunday, April 15. Tahome Khalsa of Seattle and Kristen Carter of Bellingham captured the men's and women's divisions on a cool, partly cloudy morning.
Central Whidbey’s season came to a crashing end Monday at the Little League junior All-Stars softball tournament at Meridian Park in Shoreline.
Oak Harbor’s Marti Malloy surprised the judo world by capturing a bronze medal in the Olympic Games Monday, but she didn’t surprise herself or those around her.
Two South Whidbey men took the top two spots in the Race the Reserve Half Marathon on Saturday.
Whidbey Island native Adrienne Lyle finished 35th in the dressage Grand Prix at the London Olympics Friday, Aug. 3.
Whidbey Island Race Week celebrates its 34th anniversary this summer, and one of the primary goals of the regatta’s owners is to ensure there will be many more.
Continuing its undefeated season, the Central Whidbey Little League Junior (13/14-year-olds) softball team won the first of a best-of-three series 14-2 over North Whidbey in five innings in the District 11 tournament at Coupeville High School on Monday, July 7.
The Whidbey 11/12 Little League softball All-Stars mounted a late comeback but ran out of time in a 13-5 loss to host Anacortes in the District 11 championship game Tuesday, June 23.
The stay at the Little League 9/10 state softball tournament was a short one for Central Whidbey.
Evidently the running gods are not superstitious.