Evan Thompson

Boys soccer secures postseason berth as team hits stride

South Whidbey boys soccer is postseason bound. With the Falcons’ 3-0 win over Sultan on Friday, South Whidbey (6-7-1 overall, 5-6-0 in the Cascade Conference)… Continue reading

Climate march to hit streets of Langley this weekend

Taking note of other climate marches happening around the country but wanting to add South Whidbey into the mix, Langley resident Sandy Shipley decided to… Continue reading

Falcon boys soccer shuts out Granite Falls at home

South Whidbey boys soccer shutout Granite Falls 4-0 at home on Wednesday, April 19. The Falcons also beat Cedar Park Christian 1-0 on Monday, April… Continue reading

South Whidbey girls tennis defeats Oak Harbor 4-3

South Whidbey girls tennis beat Oak Harbor 4-3 on April 13. The Falcons, 2-3 overall, play Coupeville at home at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April… Continue reading

Boys golf wins home match, secures second place in league

It was the worst match South Whidbey boys golf senior Anton Klein played all season. Yet, the timing was just right. Klein, a returning state… Continue reading

First reading of inclusive city ordinance could come in mid-May

There appears to be some progress in Langley with an inclusive city ordinance, though a first reading likely won’t appear on the city council’s agenda… Continue reading

South Whidbey High School’s Earth Day event hailed as ‘best’ to date

Lynda Moran wasn’t sure what her classmates and peers thought of the Climate Arts Project’s assembly performance in South Whidbey High School’s auditorium on Wednesday… Continue reading

U-16 girls soccer team could advance to state following doubleheader this weekend

If South Whidbey Reign U-16 wins one of its two games against Mercer Island FC this weekend, the team will advance to the Washington Youth… Continue reading

Football coach holds meeting with parents of athletes

South Whidbey football coach Mark Hodson and most of his coaching staff met with about 30 parents this past Wednesday night at Mukilteo Coffee Roasters… Continue reading

Falcon baseball overcomes nearly insurmountable odds to claim win

The loss was nearly in the books for South Whidbey baseball. Trailing Cedarcrest 9-1 in the bottom of the seventh inning with two outs on… Continue reading

KUDOS | SWHS grad completes medical school at age 25

Kevin Kinloch, MD, a 2009 graduate of South Whidbey High School, recently completed medical school and will begin his residency at the University of Mississippi… Continue reading

Hundreds hunt for stuffed bunnies in downtown Langley

Wyatt Walsh looked high and low for a stuffed bunny during the Langley Bunny Daze Rabbit Hunt on Saturday, but there were none to be… Continue reading

Students organize their own Earth Day activities at SWHS

Students in South Whidbey High School’s Climate Arts Project have worn many hats over the past several months as they prepared for today’s Earth Day… Continue reading

Girls golf tearing up Cascade Conference

A Cascade Conference title could return to the halls of South Whidbey High School once again, if the girls golf team continues to play as… Continue reading

Langley’s ethics board concludes mayor’s bill to newspaper was ‘misdirected’

The Langley Ethics and Training Advisory Board determined that Mayor Tim Callison’s invoice to the newspaper was not unethical. The ethics board examined both Callison’s… Continue reading

With the help of a freshman’s home run, Falcons win 10-0

When South Whidbey freshman Carson Wrightson stepped up to the plate, the weight of a victory or a loss wasn’t on his shoulders. The Falcons… Continue reading

Longtime leader of Good Cheer to step down

After 15 years leading Good Cheer Food Bank &Thrift Stores, Kathy McCabe is retiring. The longtime executive director announced last week that she will step… Continue reading

Falcon boys soccer shuttered by Red Wolves in 3-0 loss at home

No excuses were uttered by South Whidbey’s boys soccer team following a 3-0 loss to Cedarcrest on Wednesday night at Waterman’s Field. The Falcons’ foul-ups… Continue reading

Falcon softball takes sole possession of first place in Cascade Conference

South Whidbey softball took sole possession of first place in the Cascade Conference following wins over league opponents Granite Falls on Tuesday and Cedar Park… Continue reading

Kalakala Mercantile Co. in Langley to close doors today with farewell festival

Kalakala Co. Mercantile is closing its doors indefinitely today with a farewell fête. Co-owners Drew Christie and Amanda Moore said in a statement on Wednesday… Continue reading