Record file — South Whidbey junior Kody Newman dribbles up the court against Flinders Christian School on Dec. 2. The Falcons are planning a whiteout for their Coaches vs. Cancer Night game against Cedar Park Christian on Jan. 26.

Record file — South Whidbey junior Kody Newman dribbles up the court against Flinders Christian School on Dec. 2. The Falcons are planning a whiteout for their Coaches vs. Cancer Night game against Cedar Park Christian on Jan. 26.

Team asks fans to wear white at home game

A whiteout is planned for South Whidbey boys basketball’s annual Coaches vs. Cancer Night this week.

The Falcons, who have a firm hold on the top spot in the Cascade Conference at 14-4 overall and 8-1 in league, are playing Cedar Park Christian at 6:45 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 26. Head coach Mike Washington is asking fans to wear white clothing to match the team’s uniforms.

South Whidbey is on a six-game winning streak, having most recently beaten Archbishop Murphy 72-54.

Senior guard Lewis Pope led the Falcons with a season-high 41 points, while junior Kody Newman was second with 19 points.

The Falcons’ final home game is against Granite Falls at 6:45 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 31.

More in Sports

Hydros for Heroes return to Whidbey Island this weekend

Hydros for Heroes continues to grow in reputation and stature. The boats… Continue reading

Morgan tops local runners at Race the Reserve

Langley’s Sophia Morgan led a handful of local runners by winning her… Continue reading

Swim lessons help youngsters learn important skill

Safety and fun. Those are the key elements when it comes to… Continue reading

Newmans carving out careers in officiating, pickleball

Basketball and tennis helped pay the way through college for siblings Lindsey… Continue reading

Oakley leads local competitors / Triathlon

Peter Oakley of Langley was the top local finisher in the 23rd… Continue reading

A piece of Ironman triathlon touches Whidbey event

Some competitors in the 23rd annual Whidbey Island Triathlon Saturday, July 27,… Continue reading

Thome to compete in 20th consecutive Whidbey Island Triathlon

“I can do that.” Those were Bob Thome’s thoughts when he first… Continue reading

Monstars win 3-on-3 basketball tournament title

The Monstars prevailed in the ninth annual 3-on-3 basketball tournament hosted by… Continue reading

3-on-3 tournament begins Saturday / Basketball

Three-on-three basketball returns for the ninth year to South Whidbey Saturday, July… Continue reading

Cisney wins world championship / Taekwondo

Just over three years ago, Jenny Cisney took up taekwondo. Last weekend… Continue reading

Cisney wins world championship / Taekwondo

Just over three years ago, Jenny Cisney took up taekwondo. Last weekend… Continue reading

Phay takes 2nd at national tournament / Powerlifting

Whidbey Island’s Sherry Phay finished second at the United States Powerlifting Association… Continue reading