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Brisk southeast winds and sunny skies greeted 28 sailors from Orcas, Friday Harbor and Oak Harbor high schools who competed on West Sound at the Orcas Cup Regatta on April 4.
Check out what is happening with the Orcas High School softball and baseball teams so far this season.
The Orcas High School sailing team has had away regatta madness this March, travelling and competing away from home every weekend in March.
Since March 2, the OHS Vikings golf team has had three matches. One at Friday Harbor, at La Conner and this week golfers enjoyed a sunny day at Lopez.
Steady rain and blustery southeast winds greeted the 106 sailors comprising 19 Northwest District Interscholastic Sailing Association high school teams on Saturday, March 14 at the Western Washington University Lakewood Sailing Facility
Teams from Orcas, Friday Harbor, Bellingham and Mt. Vernon competed in the third annual 5-on-5 tournament at the Orcas high school gyms on March 14. All proceeds benefited the Orcas Booster Club.
The Orcas Vikings high school basketball season has wrapped up and the following students received all-league selections.
Twelve sailors from the Orcas High School Sailing Team traveled to the annual North West Interscholastic Sailing Association Kick-Off regatta at Seattle Yacht Club on Saturday, March 7.
The winning team was organized by Jack Gates, an Orcas High School graduate who now goes to college in Bellingham. He and his friends, calling themselves Chocolate Drop, came in first after a more than 7-hour day of basketball. The team members are: Gates, Von Holmes, Jared Wells, Blake Brogan and brothers Trevin and Kelby Todd.
The Orcas Christian School Saints ladies team finished its first year in the WIAA and the Northwest 1B League.
Come support your basketball-playing islanders this Saturday, March 14 at both high school gyms.
Second-year coach Dan Drake says a talented group of players has returned for the season opener against Friday Harbor on March 12.
Resurrecting the baseball program at Orcas High School has been the focus of third-year head coach Jim Passer.
Rebounding from a rough inaugural 3-12 season, coach Jason Nichols faced the inherit problem of a small team: not enough players often playing unfamiliar positions.
Here are the winners of the Day After Valentine's Day Tournament. After 13 games in five hours, it was the team of Troy, Mauro, Stefanie, Stacey, Teodolo, and Aliviah that emerged victorious.
The Lady Vikings have earned a #2 seed into the tournament and will face inter-island rival Friday Harbor on Wednesday, Feb. 18 at 4 p.m. at home.
Orcas Park and Rec will be holding a volleyball tournament at 4 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 15.
The Orcas Vikings and the Orcas Booster Club invite all of Orcas Island to come cheer on the Viking Basketball teams as they head into playoff action.
Calling all island basketball players. Here is your chance to represent your island in the third Annual 5-on-5 Basketball Tournament on Orcas on March 14 at 9:30 a.m. The cost is $75; proceeds go to the Booster Club.
The Lady Saints finished the season with a league record of 13-3 and will now be headed to the district championship against Mount Vernon Christian on Tuesday.
Feb. 18: At home if a win at Darrington this Friday; away if a loss; Feb. 20: At Sedro Wolley High School; Feb. 21: At Sedro Wolley High School, pending the result of the Feb. 20 game.
On Jan. 27 the Lady Vikings traveled to island rival Friday Harbor for a 48-41 conference win. Losing earlier in the season to the Wolverines, the Vikings came prepared for a physical contest.
Recreational salmon fishing in Marine Area 7 (San Juan Islands) is now only open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday each week.
Henry Meinhardt Moe was the youngest runner in the “Orcas Island 25k Race” in Moran State Park hosted by Rainshadow Running on Jan. 31.
The American Legion Post 93 hosted its 36th Annual Salmon Derby over the weekend of Jan. 24-25.
Start your sports weekend off early by joining the Orcas Vikings and the Orcas Island Booster Club for "Viking Blue Friday."
The Orcas Chrisian School Saints won 52 to 39 against the Lopez Lobos last week. Cyrus Amour led the team with 25 points, Michael Harris followed with 16, while Ryan Flint, Elliott Clause, Nick Hodges and Cameron Aragon scored to help lock in the win.
On Jan. 20 the Lady Vikings hosted Cedar Park Christian for a 56-42 win. The Vikings employed a stifling full court press, forcing Cedar Park turnovers but were clearly in a shooting funk, ending the half up only 24-13. Viking points from the free throw line helped maintain the lead.
The boys and girls basketball teams look to improve their records as they fight for a second to fourth playoff seed spot for the Northwest 2B/1B playoffs that start Feb. 16.
American Legion Post #93 will be hosting its 36th Annual Fishing Derby the weekend of Jan. 23 to 25.
The Lady Vikings basketball team, 2-3 in conference and 5-5 overall, played through the holidays and new year, mixing it up with league, non-league and international teams.
Orcas Christian womens basketball defeated the Tulalip Heritage Blackhawks 49-17 in a televised game at Tulalip on Dec. 16.
Doe Bay’s Pizza and Open Mic Thursday nights from 5 to 10 p.m. in January will benefit Orcas Island Rowing.
Evie Hance, above, of the Orcas Christian School was honored by the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association by being named Student Athlete of the Week, Nov. 30 to Dec. 6.
The Alumni basketball game is Saturday, Dec.27 at the high school gym not the "old gym." The girls game is at 12:30 p.m. and the boys game is at 2 p.m.
The Lady Vikings traveled to Skagit Valley for an 81-46 loss to the LaConner Braves on Dec. 16. Facing the top team in the league with a 6-0 record, the 2-2 Vikings led after the first quarter, which Coach Gregg Sasan felt “surprised” the Braves.
The Orcas Christian School Saints football team unveiled their new football jerseys for the upcoming spring flag football season. The Jerseys showcase a cutting-edge modern look while keeping the school’s original colors with the use of “Rave Yellow” and purple numerals.
Orcas Christian School women’s basketball team moved to second in the NW1B League, improving their record to 2-1 with a convincing 71-20 victory over the Lummi Blackhawks.
The Viking basketball teams wasted no time jumping into the winter season, with each team cramming four games in the first week of the season.
Great coaches preach the “next man up” mantra to inspire athletes to step up and carry the load when called upon.