BELLINGHAM — A penalty kick in the box gave Bellingham the only goal it needed to seal South Whidbey’s fate.
South Whidbey sent three singles players and three doubles teams to the District 1 girls tennis tournament for 2A schools on Saturday. Only one doubles team and one singles player advanced to the third round Tuesday in Bellingham.
The Whidbey Crabs picked up their 14th win Wednesday by crushing the Kirkland Art Glass squad. Trailing 2-0 in the bottom of the first inning, the Crabs tied the game. In the second inning, the Crabs erupted for seven runs. Whidbey added three more runs in the fifth to close out the win with a five-inning mercy rule with the final score 13-2.
The South Whidbey girls tennis team had to cancel its final two matches without makeup dates. That worked out fine for Falcon head coach Karyle Kramer and her tennis players, who head to Bellingham for the District 1 2A girls tennis tournament today.
SNOHOMISH — With dry greens, the ball rolled just fast enough for South Whidbey junior Jenna Kaik to drop a long putt for bogey. Shots like that one on the seventh hole helped Kaik finish in fifth-place at the Cascade Conference girls golf championship Monday at the Snohomish Golf Course.