Behind a stingy defense and a red-hot offense, the Falcon girls basketball team scorched the Granite Falls Tigers 67-33 on Friday night.
Falcon senior Parker Collins scored a game-high 19 points to power the South Whidbey boys basketball team to a 56-43 win over Granite Falls on Friday.
South Whidbey rumbled its way to a 67-33 win over Granite Falls in a Cascade Conference girls basketball game in Langley on Jan. 23.
Cedar Park Christian’s girls basketball team poured in 20 points in the second quarter of a match against the Falcons in Bothell on Tuesday, taking a 28-14 lead at halftime and ran away against the visiting South Whidbey squad.
South Whidbey had three wrestlers reach the semifinal round in their weights at a tournament in Darrington this past weekend.
Given the low score of South Whidbey’s 39-34 boys basketball win against Cedar Park Christian on Tuesday, Falcon head coach Michael Washington wanted to credit a stalwart defensive effort.
Facing the prospect of its seventh consecutive loss, the South Whidbey girls basketball team buckled down on defense late, hit some crucial three-point shots and rallied to defeat Sultan 44-41 Friday night.
Sultan used a 20-point third quarter while holding South Whidbey to eight points to take a 52-32 lead before winning 67-50 Friday night.
South Whidbey lost a 10-point lead and found a way to hold on against a furious charge by the Lakewood Cougars on Jan. 13. The Falcons won 66-64.
Despite losing a 10-point lead, South Whidbey’s boys basketball team held on for a 66-64 win over Lakewood on Tuesday night for the Falcons’ second straight win.
South Whidbey lost the lead late as the Cedarcrest girls basketball team surged back in the final minutes to win 42-41 on Friday, Jan. 9 at South Whidbey High School.
The South Whidbey boys basketball team got its first win of 2015 with a thumping of its island rival in Coupeville on Monday night.
Even at a junior varsity tournament, South Whidbey’s wrestlers were the little fish in a big pond Saturday at Arlington High School.
Free throws proved to be the difference for Cedarcrest’s girls basketball team in a 42-41 come-from-behind victory over South Whidbey on Friday night.
Bellevue Christian took a 24-7 lead at halftime over South Whidbey's girls basketball team and never looked back to a 43-29 victory Jan. 8 at South Whidbey High School.
Bellevue Christian’s full-court press proved to be too much for the South Whidbey girls basketball team Thursday night.
South Whidbey will not have a home wrestling meet this year and district officials have canceled the team’s remaining away head-to-head Cascade Conference meets.
Walk into Erickson Gym or through the gates of Waterman’s Field for a football, volleyball, basketball or wrestling match, and one of five women is there to greet you. For at least the past decade, every home game at South Whidbey High School has featured the Falcon athletics ladies: Maryann Davis, Pat Nostrand, Lois Cooley, Janis Martinovic and Jan McNeely. And they are true blue: each dons their blue and white proudly, welcomes guests, hands out tickets and chats with friends, neighbors, parents, students and teachers.
South Whidbey High School athletic director John Patton has named Mandy Jones as the school's new varsity volleyball coach.