Friday Harbor High School golf team played Orcas High School team at San Juan Golf Club on San Juan Island on March 14, 2019. The Wolverines scored 177, the Orcas Vikings 185. Medalist for the match was Viking Burly Hildreth with a 1 under 35.
Friday Harbor (42,43,46,46 177)
Orcas (35,44,48,58 185)
The Friday Harbor High School golf team opened its season with a match against Grace Academy at San Juan Golf Club.
Friday Harbor High School golf team played the B team against Grace Academy because of their level of experience. The medalist for the day was Ethan Havel with a 40. Low players in the match went to Senior Joe Kaden and Freshman Jack Mason both Friday Harbor with 49s.
Friday Harbor’s baseball and softball teams opened the 2019 season with non-league victories over Lynden Christian Saturday, March 9, 2019. The Wolverine baseball squad trimmed the visiting Lyncs 9-8 in an extra-inning contest. The softball teamed spoiled the Lyncs’ home opener 13-8.
Pitcher Marshall Clark Matt Pranger photo
Friday Harbor High School senior basketball players - with some help from younger players - won the annual Seniors vs Staff basketball game 27-21 on March 8, 2019. The seniors went up by eight points before the staff were able to score their first basket. The game was tied for much of the game before the seniors pulled ahead in the last few minutes of the game.
The game, co-sponsored by the San Juan Island Prevention Coalition and FHHS PTSA, is a fundraiser for Grad Night. Besides the admission donations, more funds for Grad Night were raised through the sale of "arrest warrants" and "get out of jail free cards", an incredible silent dessert auction, a live auction for a two-night stay at Snowater Resort in Glacier. Four contestants wowed the crowd by making half court shots. It cost a $1 per shot.
Entertainment included the band, Procrastination, performing "Sweet Caroline" and an unusual group of cheerleaders leading the crowd.
The purpose of Grad Night is to provide a fun, safe celebration. The students are collected after graduation in buses and transported from one event to another throughout the night. Grad night committee members are working hard to put together a full evening of fun experiences. Planning for the event is hush-hush, with parents sworn to secrecy.
Grad night is supported by fundraising and donations from local businesses. As one local business person said, “it’s a worthy cause to support, what can be more important than keeping our kids safe!” If you’d like to be a Grad Night sponsor, or make a (tax-deductible) contribution, please contact Tanja Williamson at 360-472-0337.
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Kalama ousted Friday Harbor 62-43 in a 2019 Class 2B State Regional contest Saturday, Feb. 23 at Tumwater High School. The Wolverines (15-8) finish their season among Class 2B’s top 16. The Chinooks (15-9) advance to final-12 Hardwood Classic action in Spokane Feb. 27 to March 2.
Marshall Clark for two points. John Stimpson photo
Kalama High School's boys basketball team beat Friday Harbor 62-43 in the 2019 Class 2B State Tournament Regional competition Saturday, February 23 in Tumwater. This ends the Wolverines season. The Chinooks go on to play in the Hardwood Classic in Spokane next week.
Friday Harbor High School boys basketball team (15-7) meets Kalama (14-9) in 2019 Class 2B State Tournament Regional action at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23 in Tumwater High School. The winner advances to the 2B Hardwood Classic in Spokane Feb. 27-March 2. The loser’s season is over.
Friday Harbor girls basketball team’s bid to return to the Class 2B State Tournament fell just short against Auburn Adventist Monday, Feb. 18, 2019 at Sedro-Woolley High School: The Falcons snatched the Tri-District Tournament’s second and final state berth with a 55-50 overtime victory.
Photos by Matt Pranger
Friday Harbor High School Boys Basketball team 2018-2019 schedule, scores and links to photos and articles.
Wolverines celebrating becoming the Tri- District 2B Boys Basketball Champions for 2018-2019. John Stimpson photo