Falcon football head coach Chris Tormey is one and done at South Whidbey High School.
Spring sports start March 2 for South Whidbey High School. Athletes hoping to participate in golf, track and field, baseball, softball, girls tennis and boys soccer need to turn in their forms by Feb. 26 to start on time.
South Whidbey’s Junior Falcons basketball team fell for the first time this season Saturday.
A couple of close matches, both losses, bumped South Whidbey High School from the 1A state Mat Classic wrestling tournament Friday.
Young boys basketball players can learn from South Whidbey High School coaches and players at three upcoming clinics in March, April and May.
If fate and destiny exist, then wrestling was always Hunter Newman’s future. The South Whidbey High School sophomore’s dad is the Falcon wrestling team’s assistant coach, and Newman practically grew up in the mat room. Its white walls were his crib cage and its padded blue mats his playground.
South Whidbey High School will be represented at the wrestling tournament in Tacoma this weekend.
Young basketball players can learn from South Whidbey High School coaches and players at three upcoming clinics in March, April and May.
South Whidbey’s seventh/eighth-grade boys basketball team cleaned house over the weekend against Anacortes and Everett.
South Whidbey led Mount Baker through the first three quarters of an elimination game in the 1A District 1 boys basketball tournament on Thursday, Feb. 12. But the Mountaineers looked up to their towering forward, 6-foot-8 junior Tim Soares, who led the way with 29 points, including several field goals in the final three minutes to come from behind and advance to the bi-district tournament.
South Whidbey’s boys basketball team led at the end of three quarters, just not the one that would have sent them on to the 1A bi-district tournament.
Lakewood ran away in the fourth quarter to a 41-29 win against South Whidbey in a Cascade Conference girls basketball game Friday, Feb. 6 at South Whidbey High School in Langley.
Sending four of six wrestlers on to the 1A regional wrestling tournament was about as good as it could get for South Whidbey head coach Jim Thompson.
Meridian torched South Whidbey with 11 three-pointers to put the Falcon boys basketball team’s season on the brink of ending after a 60-32 loss Monday night.
South Whidbey’s girls basketball season ended after a pair of losses, including a winner-to-the-postseason game against Sultan on Saturday.
Photos from Daily Herald/Sound Publishing photographers Kevin Clark and Genna Martin.
South Whidbey High School athletic director John Patton has named Mandy Jones as the school's new varsity volleyball coach.