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By Mike Martin
Both boys and girls basketball teams win their way to the first round of the state tournament
The Wolverine wrestling team saw three of its team members wrestle at the 1B/2B state tournament Feb. 19–20 at the Tacoma Dome.
Both girls and boys basketball win big and Wolverine wrestlers move on to state qualifiers
Wrestling takes third in sub regionals, girls basketball wins after going into overtime, and boys basketball loses, and both basketball teams head to district playoffs.
An away game on Tuesday, Jan. 26 on Orcas Island saw the Wolverines as the winners.
Wrestling takes tournament wins, boys and girls basketball one one game, and struggled through but lost a second.
Stacey Rude, the Wolverines cheerleading coach, is looking forward to a great season.
This year the Wolverines come together with 11 varsity young men, all who have played together in the past, giving the team a strong core of returning kids from last year. With lightning speed and height, the Friday Harbor boys' basketball team will be hard to beat.
The number thirteen might be unlucky for some, but the thirteen-member Wolverine wrestling team at Friday Harbor High School have high hopes of making it to state at the Tacoma Dome again this year for the 2015-2016 season. The squad sent three of their teammates James Guard (120), Sara Rist (155) and Haley Pyle (145) to the 2014-2015 championships.
Last year, the Wolverine ladies made it to states, but only one team will get out of regionals this year. Following a fairly successful season, new coach Fred Woods has a lot to live up to.
By A.J. Kurtz
By AJ Kurtz
The first annual Friday Harbor Salmon Classic will be held in Friday Harbor Dec. 3-5. This derby will replace the Resurrection Salmon Derby which has moved to Anacortes after being held in Friday Harbor for five years.
By AJ Kurtz
Good news for the soccer teams, though volleyball and football lost both of their games.
Friday Harbor football loses to Bellingham; Induction ceremony brings five more to hall of fame | Slideshow
Friday Harbor football team suffered a hard loss against Bellingham on Oct. 2, losing 54-8. At half time, five past football players were inducted in the Wolverine Football Hall of Fame to join 13 others.
Friday Harbor High School's football team will play a home game against Bellingham Oct. 2 at 6:30 p.m. and feature five new inductees to the Wolverine Hall of Fame.
Friday Harbor Volleyball Varsity won their game against Orcas Island and Darrington this week with a 3-0 win and 3-1 win, respectively.
The Wolverines faced the Vikings on Sept. 23 on Orcas Island and came out on top with of a 3-0 score.
This year's soccer team trained over the summer with last year's players to prepare for the season
Friday Harbor boys soccer team had two wins this week, Sept. 17 against La Conner with a 8-0 victory, and Sept. 19 against Shoreline Christian at 7-1.
The Friday Harbor Wolverines, 0-2, will play the LaConner Braves, 2-0, at LaConner High School Football Field Sept. 25 at 6:30 p.m.
If you were to ask and watch the 28 members of Friday Harbor High Schools Girl’s Varsity and Jr. Varsity teams you’d think it is the most popular team sport.
The team also has a new coach, Garrett Holmes, who has replaced Richard Ledford. Holmes has been the assistant coach for the past two years at Friday Harbor High School, giving him familiarity with the football program.
Fall Sports Preview 2015: Volleyball team starts the season off strong, continuing last year’s victories
This year's volleyball team has more experience than before, with many returning members.
The 25th annual event was on Saturday, Sept. 5 in Dahl Field on Orcas.
With the win, the Bashers put the finishing touch on back-to-back victories in the 5-team tournament and avenged a loss in the championship game a year ago. But they needed a late-breaking display of fireworks at the plate and a resilient performance in the field to do it.
Tune into KMNT Radio, 104.3 FM or 1470 AM (or go to the station's website) to listen to a live broadcast of Friday Harbor's opening round contest.
The Friday Harbor High School junior put an end to a five-year drought by becoming the first player on the men's team to qualify for a state championship since Tyler McKee, in 2010.
Friday Harbor opens play in the 16-team, 2B state tournament May 29, in Yakima, on the heels of a 10-6 win over the Braves in the district championship game, May 21.
With the win, the Wolverines clinched second place in the Northwest 2B/1B League and will begin post-season play against the same Vikings Saturday, May 16, at Stanwood High School, beginning at noon. The winner will advance to the championship game, where a berth at the 2B state tournament will be up for grabs.
Caitlyn Domenech swatted a solo home run to lead off the opening inning, a first-ever for the four-year veteran, and Lauren Ayers crossed home plate in the first frame as well, giving the Wolverines an early 2-0 advantage and all the offense they would need to seal both the victory at home and no less than a share of the 2015 Northwest 2B/1B League title.
Friday Harbor (7-1 league, 11-6 overall) muscled its way to the top of the Northwest 2B/1B League standings thanks to a razor-thin 3-2 win at home over La Conner May 1, avenging its only loss in league play (a 3-1 defeat at La Conner April 14) with the victory as well.
The Friday Harbor girls tennis team will host three consecutive matches, April 29, May 1 and May 6, beginning at 4:15 p.m. at the high school tennis courts, before finishing their regular-season schedule on the road, May 8, at Forest Ridge.
Newcomer Joe Stewart shot 52 to tally Friday Harbor's lowest individual score and freshman Adam Bates nearly broke the 60-stroke mark for the first time, finishing right on 60, as each player notched a personal best in the April 21 inter-island match
The Northwest 2B/1B League title will likely be up for grabs when Friday Harbor faces first the Braves (6-1) followed by the Vikings (5-2) in the final two games of the regular season.
Keegan Herbert and Cole Thomas each shot 47 over nine holes to share low-score honors with Eric Johns of Lopez.