Falcon football season ends on high note

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South Whidbey football’s season will end on a seven-game winning streak.

The Falcons’ 35-15 victory over Liberty Bell on Oct. 27 marked the end of a 7-2 overall season. South Whidbey opted to leave the Cascade Conference in favor of an independent schedule to help boost the program’s overall viability. But, because of this, the Falcons were not granted a “crossover” game that is typically played between the Cascade Conference and Northwest Conference.

South Whidbey High School administrators, with the support of head coach Mark Hodson, elected not to pursue another game.

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