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The Falcons beat the Wolves in three sets, with scores of 25-21, 25-8 and 25-18.
Deer take the field during Coupeville football game
After a summer of hard work, seven female athletes broke 11 school records by lifting heavy.
Oak Harbor High School homecoming football game Sept. 17 had plenty of exciting moments.
High school sports are back in full swing, but a lack of qualified referees could spell trouble.
Traditional fall school sports are already underway after two nontraditional school years.
Kaia Swegler Richmond ran the two-kilometer women’s steeplechase with a time of 7:26.14.
The competition, which took place on the Coyote Course, had a total of 18 holes and a par of 72.
Photo by Matt Simms. South Whidbey High School midfielder and senior Aidan O’Brien, No. 3, works his way up the right side in the first… Continue reading
The Oak Harbor High School sailing team will take a month off before starting their summer season.
It was the first time the SWHS boys cross country team finished in first place at the state meet.
The Wildcats will continue their season with a North Sound fleet race scrimmage next Saturday.
The team is looking for a chance to compete for the National Championships.
Wildcat sailing team maintains its perfect win record
Photo by Matt Simms Before Wednesday’s soccer match against Sultan, the South Whidbey High School Falcons paid tribute to late teammate Taylor Daniels. Daniels, 17,… Continue reading
The Oak Harbor Wildcats sailing team continued its perfect season this past weekend.
Coupeville Hight School’s Ja’Kenya Hoskins rounds the track during the season opener Thursday, March 4 at Mickey Clark Field. The Wolves hosted the meet for… Continue reading
School sports may be starting this month for Island County athletes if COVID-19 conditions are met.
Although COVID-19 threw a wrench in the sports world last spring, it didn’t keep South Whidbey athletes from gracing 2020 with outstanding performances. January Seven… Continue reading