Island Tsunami, an '04 U12 girls fastpitch softball team, is looking to add more players to its current roster.
The Coupeville High School athletic teams found what they were looking for when they joined the Olympic League last fall – wins
New Coupeville High School football coach Brett Smedley wants to build more than a winning program. He wants to develop student-athletes of high character.
The Fifth Annual Race the Reserve attracted a record turnout Saturday, Aug. 1, in Coupeville.
What better way to provide safe and sober graduation activities for Coupeville High School seniors than through an event that promotes good health and well-being?
Central Whidbey’s protest in the 9/10 Little League state softball tournament in Vancouver was denied late Monday, July 13, and the Coupeville team was eliminated with a 14-11 loss to Northeast Seattle.
Central Whidbey’s 11/12 Little League baseball team lost 9-7 to host South Whidbey Monday, July 13, and was eliminated from the district tournament.
Central Whidbey lost 14-11 to East Seattle at the state 9/10 Little League softball tournament Sunday, July 12, in Vancouver.
Although Luke Vrable pitched a good game and Noah Meffert hit a home run, the Central Whidbey 11/12 all-star baseball team lost 6-1 to North Whidbey in the district tournament Sunday, July 12, in Langley.
Timely hitting, a solid defense and a string of strong pitching performances carried Central Whidbey to a 6-2 opening-round win over Anacortes in the 11/12 district baseball tournament in Langley Saturday, July 11.
The Central Whidbey 9/10 all-star softball team fell 7-1 to District 1 in the opening round of the state tournament Saturday, July 11, in Vancouver.
For the second year in a row, the Central Whidbey 9/10 all-star softball team qualified for the state Little League tournament at the expense of its rivals from North Whidbey. Central Whidbey, coached by Mimi Johnson, overcame a loss in the first round to North Whidbey to win the District 11 crown in Mount Vernon and earn a trip to Vancouver for the state playoffs. The first state game is 1 p.m. Saturday, July 11, at the Glenwood Little League complex.
Central Whidbey’s 9/10 all-star Little League softball team set off its own fireworks with an 11-run fourth inning to come from behind and defeat North Whidbey 15-9 in the District 11 championship game Saturday, July 4, in Mount Vernon and earn its second consecutive trip to the state tournament.
Central Whidbey and North Whidbey will battle for the District 11 9/10 softball championship and a trip to the state tournament at 3 p.m. Saturday, July 4, at Bakerview Park in Mount Vernon.
The Central Whidbey Little League 9/10 softball all-stars jumped to an early lead and steadily pulled away from Sedro-Woolley for a 12-6 win in the district tournament in Mount Vernon Thursday, July 2.
All-American honors earned by Coupeville High School graduate Hunter Hammer highlighted the athletic efforts of local graduates competing in collegiate spring sports this year.
It's hard to imagine a better way for the North Whidbey Little League 9/10 softball team to start its district tournament, and a tougher way for Central Whidbey to begin its.
The Oak Harbor 13/14 Babe Ruth baseball team, which also includes seven players from Coupeville, fell twice in the district tournament last week at Burlington's Rotary Park and was eliminated.
One of the reasons 2011 Coupeville High School graduate Andre Stone didn’t play football for the Wolves was because of the risks involved. Now, ironically, he is aiming to help curb football head injuries.
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.