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Until I moved to Whidbey Island, I had never fished from the beach with a fly rod. I moved here from Alaska 12 years ago. We lived near the beach and I fished for salmon, like most folks, with a spinning rod and a jig or a spinner of some type.
Tall, trained and in shape, girls are setting their sights on the state meet
Cyclists, runners will share South Whidbey roads
2 South Whidbey teens travel great lengths because they love to row
If nothing else, the Washington State Mat Classic is about living dreams.
103-pounder wins, Long, Harris runners-up as Falcons place fifth
One week before they head into what could be one of the team's best post-season runs ever, South Whidbey's varsity wrestlers put a few competitors and their coaches on notice Saturday.
Schorr, White provide dual excitement
Santa should have been good to the South Whidbey High School wrestling program this Christmas because the the boys on the team were very good during their holiday season.
Gilberts, Harris, Schorr earn some big meet victories
Even without a complete lineup, winning came naturally, almost easily, on the wrestling mat Thursday night.
South Whidbey hosts volleyball event
Sehome too strong for boys, girls
The Falcon volleyball team is going further this year.
It's been two years since the team, which was a post-season power for years, has been to the state meet.
South Whidbey High School's girls cross country runners are going to have a hard time sneaking up on anyone this year.
Woman unhurt after record fall at fair's Bunyon Buster Log Show
Bicycle event includes road race and recreational tour
Matt Moss, sports editor of the Whidbey News-Times and a 1992 graduate of South Whidbey High School, is recovering at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle from a broken neck.
Simms, Stuhley both winners
Clinton woman joins small group of talented island bowlers