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Miller, about Cheever: “I’m really happy she’s on the team. She’s improved her game a lot in the last two months.”
In another rain-delayed make-up game, Archbishop Murphy overcame the South Whidbey fastpitch softball team 5-1 on Tuesday.
LANGLEY — Jeff Brasko and Dino Michaelides scored one goal each Tuesday night against Cedarcrest, but quality and experience overcame the young Falcon soccer team and the Red Wolves won 5-2.
Falcon sprinter Lauren Sandri placed first in the 200-meter dash at the Tomahawk Track & Field Classic Saturday at Marysville-Pilchuck High School.
The baseball season isn't over yet for the South Whidbey Falcons.
South Whidbey notches wins in singles play, but falls in doubles action.
South Whidbey beats Archbishop Murphy to remain unbeaten in conference play.
The South Whidbey boys golf team wrapped up their regular season at 10-0 Thursday with a 201-203 win over Archbishop Murphy at Useless Bay Golf Club.
LANGLEY — Running, throwing, jumping or sprinting alone doesn’t help athletes as they prepare for conference and state finals.
Baseball game against Lakewood postponed.
South Whidbey loses Monday, plays today in loser-out baseball game.
The South Whidbey boys golf team capped a perfect 10-0 season with an impressive victory at the Cascade Conference league championship at the par 72 Snohomish Golf Club.
ANACORTES — The South Whidbey baseball team battled the top seeded Lakewood Cougars into extra innings Monday before losing 6-5 in the first double elimination district playoff tournament.
Leonard, about Vollbrecht: “Lucy is an excellent runner, probably because she’s focused and works so hard. We always have a good time together no matter how bad the weather is. And this year, it’s been lousy.”
South Whidbey ended its playoff run with a 3-2 loss Tuesday.
It was a season of “oh, so close” for the Falcons as they dropped their second straight district playoff game in another hard fought, one-run decision, 3-2 to Burlington on Tuesday.
USELESS BAY — Falcon golfer Blake Blakey had no hesitation describing how his undefeated golf team managed to be named Cascade Conference league champions for the second year in row.
South Whidbey athletes excell in league contest at Cedarcrest.
South Whidbey High School tennis ace Lindsey Newman qualified for state finals on May 10 at Sehome High School. She’ll be joined by doubles partners Victoria Comfort and Nicole Zalewski.
Falcons girls team takes second place