South Whidbey fall sports start Monday

South Whidbey High School athletics return to action in full Monday.

The Falcons begin their cheer, girls soccer, cross country, volleyball and boys tennis seasons Aug. 25 per Washington Interscholastic Activities Association rules. Football began its season Aug. 20, though first-year head coach Chris Tormey has been busy with camps and an open gym/weight room conditioning program all summer.

Athletic packets were due Aug. 21 for athletes to participate on day one, but may be turned in late to the high school’s athletic office. Forms can be downloaded at or picked up at the athletic office, 5675 Maxwelton Road, Langley.

Football participation costs $90, and all other sports cost $75. An additional Associated Student Body card, which admits students to sporting events and other activities, costs $25.

Players are required by the state to have 10 practices before they can compete in a game.


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