RECORD STAFF Bike riders have a new home on South Whidbey, thanks to an eighth-grade boy.
Whidbey’s Pony League team rallied from a five-run deficit to stun a Seattle team Wednesday.
Seven boys and nine girls from the South Whidbey track and field team raced, leaped and threw their way to the 1A tri-district meet.
South Whidbey, meet the Cascade Conference champion, District 1 champion and most recently, 1A tri-district champion Falcon girls golf team.
Driving to Mount Vernon had the possibility of being just a long road trip for Carlie Newman to watch tennis.
The Whidbey Crabs’ winning streak came to an abrupt halt as the MTYAA Badgers swept a Mother’s Day doubleheader.
Jon Poolman, a former South Whidbey High School track star, blitzed by his competition at a recent race.
Fighting for a spot in the tri-district softball playoffs, a late-inning meltdown broke South Whidbey’s sixth-inning lead against Lynden Christian.
Photos from the 1A District 1 girls tennis tournament with Friday Harbor, Blaine, Coupeville and South Whidbey at South Whidbey High School.
Cascade Christian won a 2-1 game in a shootout, 6-5, on Tuesday, May 7 at Woolsey Stadium in Shoreline. South Whidbey was eliminated from the 1A playoffs.
Singles tennis is all in the Newman family. Hayley Newman, a senior, beat her sister Carlie, a sophomore, for the 1A District 1 tennis singles title.
Look out, Washington 1A girls golf teams. South Whidbey is on top of its game.
South Whidbey softball had its shot to win its last home game of the year.
The Whidbey Crabs picked up their ninth consecutive victory with a 9-8 rally against the North Seattle Rainiers on Wednesday evening.
A seesaw baseball game between South Whidbey and Charles Wright Academy tilted the Tacoma team’s way in an extra-inning affair Tuesday, 8-7.
High expectations came crashing down Tuesday night in Shoreline for the South Whidbey boys soccer team.
Lynden Christian won the 1A tri-district elimination match in a shootout when the Lyncs made their sixth penalty kick, beating South Whidbey on Tuesday, May 7 at King's School in Shoreline.
South Whidbey’s track and field teams finished their regular seasons at the Cascade Conference championship meet with some dominating performances last week.
Chasing district tournament seeding with only two matches left, South Whidbey girls tennis dropped only its second match of the season with a 6-1 road loss to Bellingham.
Playing with the district title on the line, the Falcons were swatted away from any shot by the Lynden Christian Lyncs 4-0.