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Friday Harbor to face Kalama in state gridiron playoffs

Friday Harbor’s football team will face Kalama in the first round of the Class 1B/2B State Football Tournament on Nov. 10 or 11. The date, time and location will likely be announced Monday, Nov. 6. The fifth-seed Chinooks are 7-3 overall, ranked sixth in RPI and finished 4-0 in Central 2B South play. The 12th-seed Wolverines are 5-3, ranked 22nd in RPI and went 4-0 in Northwest 2B League action.

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Friday Harbor seeded 2nd, Orcas Island 5th in state soccer tourney

Friday Harbor (11-2-0) earned a No. 2 seed in the Class 1B/2B Boys State Soccer Tournament and will face 7th-seed Riverside Christian (8-5-0) in a quarterfinal match Nov. 10 or 11. Fifth-seed Orcas Island (10-5-0) will play fourth-seed Evergreen Lutheran (9-5-0).

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Friday Harbor eighth-grade girls finish 20th, 25th at state cross country finals

 

Friday Harbor eighth-grader Flora Compton finished 20th at the Class 1B/2B State Cross Country Championships and Wolverine teammate Isabel Bashaw, also an eighth-grader, placed 25th at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco Saturday, Nov. 4.


Compton surged pass eight runners in the final mile and posted a 21:33.60. Bashaw gained two slots after the two-mile mark and recorded a 21:45.10.

In the men’s competition, Friday Harbor senior Noah Rovente crossed the finish line 95th in 19:27.90. Wolverine sophomore Ash Hamlin was 124th in 19:54.10. Orcas Island junior Finn Ontjes finished 128th in 20:02.80 and Viking sophomore Tom Malo was 137th in 20:24.70.

 

 

 

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Friday Harbor, Orcas Island runners advance to state cross country championships

Four Friday Harbor and two Orcas Island cross-country runners will compete in the 5,000-meter Class 1B/2B State Championships Saturday, Nov. 4 at Sun Willows Golf Course  in Pasco.

Eighth-graders Flora Compton and Isabel Bashaw placed seventh and eighth among 49 female competitors at the Class 1B/2B Tri-District Meet at Fort Steilacoom Park on Oct. 26. Orcas Island senior August Moore finished 19th and narrowly missed qualifying for state.

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Top-ranked Warriors end Wolverine girls soccer season

Top-ranked Crosspoint Academy defeated Friday Harbor 5-0 in a Class 1B/2B Bi-District Girls Soccer semifinal Wednesday, Nov. 1 in Bremerton. The 15-0 Warriors clinch a state berth and will meet Mount Vernon Christian in the Bi-District Championship Nov. 4. The Wolverines complete the season 4-8.

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Auburn Adventist trims Friday Harbor 2-1

Auburn Adventist trimmed Friday Harbor 2-1 in a Class 1B/2B Boys Soccer Bi-District semifinal at Anacortes High School Tuesday, October 31. The Falcons advance to Bi-District Championship on November 4. The Wolverine's next match will be in the first round of the state tournament. 

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Wolverine girls soccer team opens postseason against No. 1 Warriors

Friday Harbor girls soccer team (4-7) opens Class 1B/2B Bi-District tournament action against No. 1-ranked Crosspoint Academy (14-0) at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1 at Gordon Fields in Bremerton.   

The winner of the Friday Harbor-Crosspoint semifinal earns a state berth and meets the winner of an Oct. 31 loser-out semifinal between Evergreen Lutheran (7-4-1) and Mount Vernon Christian (7-7-1). That Bi-District Championship is slated for 4 p.m. Nov. 4 at Sammamish High School.

Friday Harbor senior Sheya Welty shoots the ball during the Wolverines' 5-0 win over La Conner October 11.

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Friday Harbor boys soccer team starts defense of state title

Friday Harbor’s No. 1-ranked boys soccer team starts defending its Class 1B/2B state title at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 31 at Anacortes High School. The Wolverines (11-1-0), the Northwest 1B/2B League champion and top District 1 finisher, host Auburn Adventist (10-5-0), the District 2 No. 2 team, in the Bi-District semifinal. The Falcons are fifth in the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association RPI rankings.

Friday Harbor senior defender Elian Bayas clears the ball during the Wolverines' 4-1 victory over Coupeville Oct. 10. Matt Pranger photo

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October 24: Cheer on The Friday Harbor Boys' Soccer Team on Tuesday at 4:30 at Linde Fields

Some might have assumed that after graduating thirteen players last year, this season’s Friday Harbor boys’ soccer team would have struggled to match last year’s success, but Head Coach Brett Paul wasn’t worried, “There were some outstanding graduates to be sure, but plenty of very talented players remained and we’ve got a super group of younger players coming up. Most importantly, I knew this team was committed to the hard work of always improving their skills and building chemistry on and off the field.”

4-1 victory over Coupeville on October 14th. Photo by  FHHS student Oscar Coffey.

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