Girls swimmers to compete at districts

All three of South Whidbey’s girls swimmers qualified for the class 1A/2A District finals on Nov. 3 and Nov. 4 in Anacortes. Senior Ally Lynch,… Continue reading

  • Oct 28, 2017

Boys tennis team unable to crack top two at bi-districts

Hank Papritz and Ryan Wenzek are once again in limbo following the class 1A Bi-District Tournament this past weekend. Papritz and Wenzek, both seniors, placed… Continue reading

Falcon girls soccer earns first round win at districts

South Whidbey girls soccer defeated Nooksack Valley 5-1 in the first round of the class 1A District 1 tournament at home on Monday, Oct. 23.… Continue reading

  • Oct 28, 2017

Volleyball squad beats Cedarcrest 3-0 on senior night

South Whidbey volleyball seniors Bailey and Courtney Todd didn’t want the match to end. It was senior night, and the Falcons were just a few… Continue reading

Falcons break homecoming losing streak with 27-17 victory

South Whidbey football broke a streak of five consecutive homecoming night losses, while also continuing a two-month-long winning streak with a 27-17 victory over Concrete… Continue reading

Longtime cross country coach reflects on over two decades at the helm

Even after 21 years coaching South Whidbey cross country, Doug Fulton is still learning. Whether it be from the kids who teach him how to… Continue reading

Falcon football keeps winning streak alive with big win

South Whidbey football extended its winning streak to five with a 55-20 victory over Darrington on Friday, Oct. 13. The Falcons (5-2 overall) host Concrete… Continue reading

  • Oct 18, 2017

Girls soccer clinches second seed in district tournament

South Whidbey girls soccer beat Sultan 3-0 on Saturday, Oct. 14 and will likely host the first round of the class 1A District tournament next… Continue reading

  • Oct 18, 2017

Volleyball squad drops away match to King’s, 3-0

South Whidbey volleyball lost to King’s 3-0 on Oct. 12, dropping to 7-4 overall and 5-4 in the Cascade Conference. The Falcons’ only losses this… Continue reading

  • Oct 18, 2017

Falcon boys tennis seniors play final home match of the season

It was a bittersweet ending for South Whidbey boys tennis senior Ryan Wenzek. For Wenzek’s teammates and fellow seniors Larsen Christiansen and Aengus Dubendorf, it… Continue reading

Falcon girl soccer clinches playoff spot with big win

South Whidbey girls soccer secured its ticket to the postseason with a 9-3 victory over Cedar Park Christian on Tuesday night. As if that isn’t… Continue reading

Freshman cross country runner continues to shine for Falcons

South Whidbey freshman Kaia Swegler Richmond finished fifth at the Nike Hole In The Wall XC Invitational at Lakewood High School on Oct. 7. South… Continue reading

  • Oct 14, 2017

Falcons on four-game winning streak following 47-13 victory

Learning how to win again was one of the major focuses entering this fall’s football season, according to South Whidbey head coach Mark Hodson. Apparently… Continue reading

Falcon volleyball nearly upsets top-ranked team in class 2A

South Whidbey volleyball gave the top-ranked team in class 2A a serious scare on Thursday night. The Falcons narrowly lost to Archbishop Murphy 3-2 at… Continue reading

Falcon girls soccer claim much needed victory over Sultan

Following a 6-0 win over Sultan on Saturday, South Whidbey girls soccer is in line to end a three-year playoff drought. Hosting the first round… Continue reading

Davis steps down as girls basketball head coach

Andy Davis has resigned as South Whidbey girls basketball’s head coach. Davis led the program for seven seasons and reached the postseason in four of… Continue reading

Volleyball squad earns two league victories

South Whidbey volleyball is 4-2 overall and 2-2 in the Cascade Conference following two shutout wins over Cedar Park Christian and Granite Falls. The Falcons’… Continue reading

Falcon football notches another win on the road

South Whidbey football is on a two-game winning streak after a 13-7 road win over Ocosta on Sept. 22. The Falcons (2-2 overall) continue their… Continue reading

Falcons’ top doubles team challenges state runners-up

Playing in the Emerald City League is both a blessing and a curse for South Whidbey’s boys tennis team. The Falcons face top-notch competition throughout… Continue reading

Freshmen given ‘OK’ to play in certain situations on Friday nights

South Whidbey football’s 42-8 win over Valley View Secondary on Sept. 15 not only broke a 20-game losing streak, but also marked the first time… Continue reading