Falcon fastpitch senior Callie Patterson hit a double and a triple for 2 RBI to lead South Whidbey over Sultan in a 1A Cascade Conference game Wednesday.
A tense game was blown wide open in the fifth inning, when Cedarcrest took a one-run lead and held on to beat South Whidbey 3-2 Tuesday.
Tuesday’s boys soccer match looked like a race between a Ferrari and a Pinto as South Whidbey pummeled Cedar Park Christian 6-0.
King’s picked up where it left off as the Cascade Conference champions and state 1A champions in a head-to-head match with South Whidbey on Monday.
The following are results from the Tiger Martial Arts 10th anniversary tournament March 21 in Freeland.
Cedarcrest relied on its ace pitcher and a quick lead to down South Whidbey baseball 8-0 on Wednesday in Langley.
South Whidbey girls tennis broke into the win column with a pair of team victories this week over Friday Harbor and Coupeville.
Two South Whidbey fastpitch players knocked home runs in the fifth inning against Friday Harbor and cushioned a 4-0 lead en route to a 12-0 non-league win March 17.
South Whidbey was on both ends of lopsided games this week after routing Friday Harbor 12-0 Tuesday and being drubbed by Granite Falls 14-1 Thursday.
Two Falcon boys recorded hat tricks against their island rivals, the Coupeville Wolves, in a non-league soccer game Thursday night.
North Kitsap worked South Whidbey's pitchers in a non-league baseball game March 16 to the tune of 12 walks and eight hits. The Vikings won the season opener for both teams 5-4 and fended off a seventh-inning rally by the Falcons.
A seventh-inning rally fell flat as the South Whidbey baseball team lost its season opener 5-4 to North Kitsap on Monday.
Filling the shoes of a host of seniors, some of whom set school records, will be a tough task for South Whidbey track and field athletes.
Inexperience and a small roster led to lots of losses and even more errors for the 2014 Falcon fastpitch team.
Golf on South Whidbey had a promising start after a close loss to Kamiak and Lake Stevens high schools in a short jamboree Thursday.
Being eliminated from the state 1A boys soccer tournament quarterfinal round in 2014 left much to be desired for the South Whidbey Falcons.
Only three Falcons return having played varsity for South Whidbey girls tennis the past season, leaving a large void for new players to fill.
Surprising many, South Whidbey made a serious splash at the state 1A baseball tournament in 2014, and the Falcon sluggers are prepared to hammer their way back to the top this season.
Perhaps driven by the promise of unusually warm winter temperatures and early sunshine, South Whidbey High School students continued to turn out for spring sports.
The South Whidbey Junior Falcons boys basketball team split their final regular-season games in a doubleheader Saturday.