David Svien decided it was time to fill in the blanks of Coupeville High School sports history.
The Deception Pass Sail and Power Squadron, in partnership with Oak Harbor Yacht Club, will be presenting the America’s Boating Course in two sessions in the upstairs ballroom of the Yacht Club.
The Coupeville High School football schedule will have a different look this fall — along with an increased degree of difficulty.
Two Central Whidbey runners were among the six winners of the Sixth Annual Race the Reserve Saturday, Aug. 13, in Coupeville.
A fundraiser for Bennett Boyles and his family will be held at 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 19, at the Coupeville Recreation Hall.
Here are a few shots of the 2016 Race the Reserve taken by Jim Waller Saturday, Aug. 13.
New Coupeville High School football coach Jon Atkins wants to touch Central Whidbey the way his hometown coaches affected Sutter, Calif.
While the name at the top of the Coupeville High School volleyball program has changed three times in four years, the core values have not. New coach Cory Whitmore will follow the lead of his predecessors.
Soon tiles commemorating conference championships won by the Coupeville High School girls basketball team the past two years will be mounted on the walls of the CHS gymnasium.
Veterans of the Race the Reserve will find some changes in this year’s event when the sixth annual run winds through the back roads and trails of Central Whidbey Island Saturday, Aug. 13.
The Penn Cove Taproom will host its first Penn Cove Classic Tap Takeover/Fundraiser Saturday, Aug. 13, at the Gallery Golf Course in Oak Harbor.
North Whidbey turned up the power to zap Central/South Whidbey 10-4 in a loser-out game in the Little League 11/12 district tournament in Sedro-Woolley Monday, July 11.
Cody Roberts’ home run polished off Anacortes in Central/South Whidbey Little League’s 12-1 win in the 11/12 district tournament Saturday, July 9, in Sedro-Woolley.
The Whidbey Island Legion A baseball team wrapped up a solid finish to the summer season by placing fourth in a tournament at Carlon Park in Yakima July 7-10.
A six-run first inning spurred Sedro-Woolley to the Little League Softball 9/10 District 11 tournament title over Central Whidbey Wednesday, July 6, at Rhododendron Park.
Sedro-Woolley overcame a strong pitching performance by Central Whidbey’s Savina Wells to defeat the Coupeville club 7-4 in the opening game of the district 9/10 softball tournament at Rhododendron Park Tuesday, July 5.
The Coupeville School Board extended the contract of Superintendent Jim Shank Monday night while offering praise for the leadership he provided during a school year in which he juggled three roles.
Coupeville High School may soon, with the help of public donations, honor its championship teams and athletes from its 116-year history with new tiles mounted in the gymnasium.
The Friday Harbor (13/14) Babe Ruth baseball team not only had to defeat Oak Harbor/Coupeville in its district playoff game Thursday, June 30, in Burlington to earn a trip to the state tournament, but it had to beat the Whidbey team handily. Mission accomplished.
After shining as Wolves, several Coupeville High School graduates have continued their athletic success in collegiate spring sports.