The Lady Vikings sparkled last week improving against a strong Friday Harbor team and achieving their first win of the season against the Concrete Lions.
The Viking boys soccer team (5-8) lost their only game last week 4-3 against Shoreline Christian (4-9) and prepare for away games this week against Friday Harbor and LaConner.
The Vikings (0-5) faced Friday Harbor (4-1) for the second meeting of the season ending in another loss, 30-6.
The homecoming assembly is on Friday, Oct. 10 at 1:10 p.m. in the gym. The community is invited. A parade will go through Eastsound at 2:50 p.m. Following the parade, watch the boys’ soccer team at Dahl Field starting at 4 p.m.
Vikings volleyball played two of the better teams in the league and got swept in both contests. On Sept. 30, Orcas traveled to Darrington for a 3-0 loss against the Loggers, one of the top teams in the league.
The Vikings football team traveled to LaConner for a 43-6 loss under the lights in Skagit Valley. Suiting up only 14 players versus 36 Braves, the Vikings showed resolution and commitment to their teammates and school as they once again faced an insurmountable task. At half, a well-executing Brave team lead 36-0.
The Viking boys soccer team had a challenging week, facing some of the best teams in the league.
The OCS Flag Football team recently traveled overseas and then across the border to compete in the Frazier Valley Flag Football Tournament held in Aldergrove, Canada. They dominated both of their tournament draws and won 40-6 VS the Frazier Valley Lions and 33-6 VS their mainland rivals The Skagit Valley Eagles.