13 Falcons voted all-conference

The 2015 Fall All-Cascade Conference teams were announced in November and selected by the league’s coaches.

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The 2015 Fall All-Cascade Conference teams were announced in November and selected by the league’s coaches.

South Whidbey girls volleyball team led all fall sports teams with five all-conference selections. Seniors Katherine Read, Sara Bryant, and junior Megan Drake were named to the first team, while junior Kacie Hanson and sophomore Kolby Heggenes were second team. Cross country girl runners Mallorie Mitchem (senior) and Elizabeth Donnelly (sophomore) earned first team honors. The boys had only one selection, senior Evan Mellish, who was second team. Four Falcon football players were named to the second team: Senior Tanner Lobdell (WR), senior Anthony Eveland (TE), junior Connor Antich (DB), and junior Hunter Newman (LB). Senior midfielder Kendra Warwick was the lone girls soccer player to earn all-conference when she was named to the second team at her position.


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