Falcons’ season ends with loss to King’s

South Whidbey boys basketball’s successful season came to an end Friday night.

The Falcons lost to King’s 62-41 in a loser-out, elimination game in the 1A District 1 tournament on Friday, Feb. 9 at Erikson Gymnasium. It was their second defeat in the tournament after falling from the semifinals with a 65-46 loss to Nooksack Valley.

South Whidbey, the Cascade Conference champions, previously beat King’s 65-50 at home on Jan. 9, but later lost to the Knights 57-43 on Feb. 2.

The Falcons finished 16-7 overall.

South Whidbey girls basketball was eliminated from the 1A District 1 tournament following two losses.

The Falcons dropped their opening game to Nooksack Valley 57-34 on Feb. 5. They were eliminated by Meridian 56-21 in a loser-out, elimination game on Feb. 8.

South Whidbey finished 7-15 overall.

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