Maybe one-and-done is South Whidbey soccer’s thing.
A year after only having one girls soccer player voted to the all-Cascade Conference team, the Falcons repeated with another lone player. Paige Farmer, a senior forward, made the league’s second team.
South Whidbey struggled on offense with only 15 goals all season. The Falcons were shut out eight times. When South Whidbey put the ball into the back of the net, those goals were thanks to Farmer, who led the team with four goals.