Hard work and consistency are paying off for the Lopez Lobos golf team. Lopez faced their two toughest opponents last week and showed they are a force to be reckoned with.
The Orcas Island High School Sailing Team tacked and jibed against 10 other northwest teams this weekend on Dogfish Bay in Poulsbo, Washington. This was mostly a team-racing regatta, though some fleet races were run as well.
All Chamber businesses and their employees are invited to spend some time after work mixing and mingling with fellow Chamber members at the first “Business at Sunset” Chamber mixer on Thursday, April 17 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Orcas Island Country Golf Club clubhouse.
“My oh my!” The weather threatened, the ferries were delayed, and despite having only 10 players to field a team over spring break, the Orcas Lady Vikings softball team thoroughly crushed the Darrington Loggers 22-4 at home on Tuesday, April 8.
The Orcas baseball team may be small in number this year, but they are determined to persevere. Fighting an injury to one of their starters, the remaining nine-man squad fell 11-1 to Darrington on Tuesday, April 8.
The Orcas Island Rowing Association (OIRA) raced against six other schools on Saturday, April 12, at the Northwest Sculling Regatta held on Lake Stevens, near Everett, Wash. Both juniors (high school-aged rowers) and masters competed on 1500- and 1000-meter courses.