Coupeville won the girls soccer match against rival South Whidbey 2-1 on Tuesday.
Linden Firethorne torched the competitors at the Hampton Inn Wildcat Volleyball Invitational last weekend for the Central Washington Wildcats.
Hundreds of serves over the past few weeks paid off in a big way for the South Whidbey volleyball team in its first match Tuesday, a 3-0 rout of island rival Coupeville.
South Whidbey volleyball bested its island rival Coupeville in straight sets, 25-8, 25-16, 25-12 on Sept. 9.
Coupeville football bent and bent and refused to break in a 35-28 win over South Whidbey to retake the trophy, The Bucket, in another classic island rivalry game.
South Whidbey lost a 21-13 halftime lead to Coupeville in a non-league football game Friday, Sept. 5 at Coupeville High School. The Wolves came back in the second half to win 35-28 and regain the rivalry trophy, The Bucket.
For each of the past four years that Ben Rusch has led the Falcon girls soccer team, wins have increased.
Four years ago when Karyle Kramer took over the Falcon boys tennis program, it was in a bit of disarray.
The sights, sounds and smells of the Yakima SunDome lingered with the Falcon volleyball girls. Those who were on the team that reached the 1A state tournament last year often recall the experience. They hope that by talking about it, they can give their new teammates a glimpse of why it’s important to them and what they’re working toward.
South Whidbey football underwent its most sweeping changes in a decade over the past few months. First, the Falcons lost a cadre of seniors to graduation, many of whom held vital positions including quarterback, running back, two receivers and a tight end. Then longtime co-head coaches Mark Hodson and Andy Davis resigned in favor of having more time with families.
Those who visited the new rust-red track at South Whidbey High School on a recent afternoon may have been dismayed at the sight of a dozen teenagers sitting on the side.
Bucking the flair, adornment and speed of most equestrian competitions, Emma Scotthanson of Clinton will take part in Washington State Fair’s dressage competition.
More than one-third of South Whidbey High School’s students are registered to play fall sports this year.
South Whidbey High School athletic director John Patton has named Mandy Jones as the school's new varsity volleyball coach.