After a record early sell out - Oct. 6. 2017 - with a 100 boat limit, the 15th Annual Roche Harbor Salmon Classic Fishing Derby kicked off on Thursday January 18 with 357 anglers.
Robert Enselman, holding trophy, yells a victory cheer, after winning the 2018 Roche Harbor Salmon Classic. Enselman's fishing partners are, from left, Eric Enselman, Larry Enselman and Erol Turanciol. Matt Pranger photo
Saturday afternoon, Wolverine fastpitch coach Brian Lambright was worried the nightmare that disturbed his sleep the past week was coming true. In his nightmare, Concrete beat the Wolverines breaking the 15 victory record Friday Harbor has over them. Fortunately, the Friday Harbor girls banished the nightmare by preserving their one-run lead, winning the game and fulfilling their dream of going to state.
Friday Harbor girls basketball team rebounded from a slow start against Auburn Adventist and grounded the Falcons 38-17 at La Conner High School Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017. With the win, the Wolverines (9-11) secured Class 2B District 1/2’s second seed to the Hardwood Classic and will face Mabton (15-6) in the state tourney’s regional round at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25 at A.C. Davis High School in Yakima.
Friday Harbor senior Hayden Mayer prepares to go to the hoop in the Wolverines' state-clinching victory over Auburn Adventist Saturday, Feb. 18. Matt Pranger photo
Friday Harbor boys basketball team rolled past Crosspoint 74-36 in an elimination contest Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017. With the win over the Warriors (14-7), the Wolverines (12-9) continue in the double-elimination Class 2B District 1/2 Tournament. They travel to Orcas Island (13-2) for a game at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, 2017.
Friday Harbor senior Joe Stewart shoots over Crosspoint's Jared Cattell (15) and Nathan Taylor (14). Matt Pranger photo
Seattle Lutheran knocked Friday harbor boys basketball team from the Class 2B playoffs with a 64-42 victory Saturday, Feb.18, 2017 at Sedro-Woolley High School. The Saints, who drilled 10 three-pointers to the Wolverines' two, finish second in the District 1/2 Tournament and advance to the state tournament.