Junior Falcons sweep hoops foes

South Whidbey’s seventh/eighth-grade boys basketball team cleaned house over the weekend against Anacortes and Everett.

  • Tuesday, February 17, 2015 5:51pm
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South Whidbey’s seventh/eighth-grade boys basketball team is on a roll. The roster includes Kole Nelson

South Whidbey’s seventh/eighth-grade boys basketball team cleaned house over the weekend against Anacortes and Everett.

The Junior Falcons, a select basketball team designed to be a feeder program for the high school squad, extended their win streak to four games after winning both games in La Conner.

South Whidbey beat Anacortes 25-14 in the first game, and dropped Everett 40-26 in the second game. The Junior Falcons’ head coach, Erik Jokinen, said South Whidbey beat Everett’s press defense and was led by Blaine Leroy’s 70-percent shooting and nine rebounds and Levi Buck, who made half of his shots.

 

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