Bouncing back nicely from its first loss a week earlier, the South Whidbey High School boys basketball team flattened visiting Friday Harbor 61-33 Saturday, Dec. 28.
The Falcons (7-1) will face a tough test when they go to Anacortes for a non-league game at 7:15 p.m. Monday, Dec. 30. The 2A Seahawks, traditionally one of the strongest programs in the Northwest Conference, are 4-4 this season.
In the win over Friday Harbor, Carson Wrightson scored 4 points and Jacob Ng and Dexter Jokinen added three-pointers in the first period as South Whidbey zipped to 14-6 lead.
Wrightson and Nick Young each scored 4 points and Jokinen popped in another three-ball to help the Falcons take a 27-16 lead into the locker room.
Jokinen exploded for 11 points behind a trio of three-pointers and the Falcons buried the Wolverines with 23 third-quarter points to go up 50-22.
Jokinen finished with 20 points and six three-pointers and Wrightson added 12 points to pace the Falcon offense.
Kole Nelson tacked on 8 points, Young 7, Sterling Patton 5, Levi Buck 4, Ng 3 and Cody Eager 2.