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The Lobos Football Team ended this season as the Pacific Coast League “B-8” Football Champions with a 9-1 record and participated in district playoffs.
With good outside shooters and team speed from players who compete in at least two to three sports year-round, Coach MR Buffum said the Lobos may have a chance to place first in league and go on to state.
Last season, the Girls Basketball Team ended with a 11-8 record, earned the title of Northwest B League Champs, placed second at Tri Districts, participated at state and received the District 1 Sportsmanship Award.
The Lopez Island Volleyball team traveled to the Yakima Valley SunDome, Nov. 10 for the 1B State Volleyball Championships. They won two matches.
The Lobos won their region and took their 9 and 0 record to District Playoffs on Tuesday, Nov. 8 to face powerhouse Neah Bay.
Lopez Volleyball team finished second in the 2011 1B Tri-District Tournament.
Lopez finished out their 2011 home schedule with a decisive victory over the Grace Academy Eagles. Lopez took three of four games, with winning scores of 25-7, 25-21, and 25-9.
The Lopez Lobos extended their record to 8-0 with a decisive 62-38 home victory over the Evergreen Eagles on Saturday, Oct. 29.
Lopez celebrated homecoming with a 56-12 victory over Clallam Bay on Saturday.
A look at the super seniors on the Lobos soccer team
Head Coach Dave ‘Chico’ Chicovsky and assistant coach Isabelle Tetu take this team to the next level
A look at this year's football team
This year on Aug. 5-7 the 11th Annual Lopez Open Tennis Tournament is open to anyone and is held at the public courts south of the Lopez School on Center Road.
The Lobos girls and boys basketball teams brought home two wins on Dec. 14. The games were played at home against Marysville Getchell High School. The Lopez girls won 37-35 and the boys won 53-47.
It has been one success after another for the Lopez Volleyball team. The Lobos made it to the district competition on Nov. 3 at Cresent High School.
On Nov. 21, Islands’ Oil Spill Association is offering a free class on Lopez for those who want to be an oiled wildlife responder.
The Lopez volleyball team have played well so far says coach Mellonnie Altona.
Despite a day of rain, the annual Lopez Open Tennis Tournament was a resounding success.
There will be no football team at Lopez School this Fall. Larry Berg, football coach, confirmed the fact in an email on Aug 24.
2009 Lopez Lobo Football team. Standing, l to r: Coach Larry Berg, Assistant Coach Aaron Dye, Derekk Buffum, Colton Jardine, Leland Nopson, Tucker Hoffman, Tommy Kramer, Sean Bowler, Assistant Coach Nate Borg. Kneeling, l to r: Keldon Jardine, Evan Brickey, Tak Peralta, Matt Gallagher, Mike Hobi, Joe O’Bryant.
Beautiful weather, enthusiastic spectators, and high-quality play typified the 9th Annual Lopez…
A group of middle school clinic participants wait expectantly for the ball to be put into play.
Alex Cook tees off during the 2009 golf season on Lopez Island.
Island Rec is pleased to announce that one of the most respected…
Dengler goes in for the tackle.
The signs of spring are everywhere; which means that now is the time to sign your co-ed softball team up for Island Rec’s summer league. This is a 9-week summer league, with games played on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, for women and men 15 years and older. The cost is $350 if your team registers before April 30th. After April 30th the cost is $375. Practices will begin on May 3rd. Registration forms are available at the Island Rec office on Guard Street or online at www.islandrec.org. A mandatory coaches meeting will be held April 30th at 5:30 pm at the Island Rec office.
Barring snow or ice, The Soggy Bottom golf tournament will be held Sunday February 8th. A Hospice fundraiser, the four-person scramble features cash and other prizes donated by The Galley Restaurant and Sunset Builders Supply. The Galley will supply snacks and refreshments for the day.
The story of athletics on Lopez Island is usually one of the underdogs going up against much bigger and better funded schools. Our home teams have certainly had to learn the character building-lesson of playing with heart and dignity against overwhelming odds. So it is with great pride that I share some of the successes of this year’s high school soccer season.