Granite Falls rallied from a 10-point deficit to defeat the South Whidbey boys basketball team 58-55 in Langley on Dec. 16.
Led by 10 girls scoring for the South Whidbey basketball team, the Falcons rolled to a 43-32 victory over Granite Falls on Tuesd
Granite Falls locked down South Whidbey in the waning minutes to recover from a six-point hole and win 58-55 Tuesday night.
South Whidbey girls basketball withstood a furious fourth-quarter rally by Cedar Park Christian and prevailed 52-43 in a 1A Cascade Conference contest Dec. 12 at South Whidbey High School.
Freshman Lewis Pope missed all four of his overtime free throws, and still had a smile on after gutting out a 52-50 win over the Cedar Park Christian Eagles on Dec. 12.
Langley Middle School’s girls soccer team won its season finale Thursday 8-3 over Sultan.
Nothing came easily for South Whidbey’s boys basketball team in a 52-50 overtime win over third-ranked Cedar Park Christian.
Turnovers by the Falcon girls basketball team were overcome by stingy defense against the visiting Cedar Park Christian Eagles in a 52-43 win Friday night.
South Whidbey’s offense found its mojo in Sultan in a 52-47 loss Wednesday night.
Ten turnovers in the fourth quarter spelled doom for the South Whidbey boys basketball team in the Falcons’ first loss of the season, 50-47, to the Sultan Turks in Langley.
Sultan committed 18 turnovers against South Whidbey in a Cascade Conference boys basketball game Dec. 10 in Langley, but the Falcons made 20, including 10 in the fourth quarter. The Turks won 50-47.
South Whidbey’s girls basketball team got its first win of the season in a defensive bout against Friday Harbor on Friday.
No South Whidbey wrestlers took a top place at the Chief Sealth tournament Friday, a rare happening under head coach Jim Thompson.
A starter and a key reserve were knocked out of the South Whidbey Falcon girls basketball team's opening game against island rival Coupeville en route to a 47-23 loss.
Mike Washington’s first game as the Falcon boys basketball head coach went about as well as he could have hoped for — a solid 74-47 thumping of the Coupeville Wolves.
Foul trouble hindered some of Coupeville's starters and sent South Whidbey's superb free-throw shooters to the line 37 times in a 74-47 victory for the Falcon boys basketball team Dec. 2.
A 47-23 loss cost South Whidbey’s girls basketball team more than its season opener and a shot at a perfect record Monday night.
The South Whidbey Reign soccer team is on a quest to repeat as state cup select champions.
On the eve of the Falcon boys basketball team’s first game, first-year head coach Mike Washington was a little nervous, a little anxious.
Odds are that South Whidbey’s wrestling team is going to lose most of its head-to-head meets this season. With less than a dozen players on the squad, the Falcons will forfeit several of the lighter weights, meaning that before they even start the match, they will trail in dual meets against Cascade Conference opponents.