Record file — South Whidbey junior Kody Newman dribbles up the court against Flinders Christian School on Dec. 2. The Falcons are planning a whiteout for their Coaches vs. Cancer Night game against Cedar Park Christian on Jan. 26.

Record file — South Whidbey junior Kody Newman dribbles up the court against Flinders Christian School on Dec. 2. The Falcons are planning a whiteout for their Coaches vs. Cancer Night game against Cedar Park Christian on Jan. 26.

Team asks fans to wear white at home game

A whiteout is planned for South Whidbey boys basketball’s annual Coaches vs. Cancer Night this week.

The Falcons, who have a firm hold on the top spot in the Cascade Conference at 14-4 overall and 8-1 in league, are playing Cedar Park Christian at 6:45 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 26. Head coach Mike Washington is asking fans to wear white clothing to match the team’s uniforms.

South Whidbey is on a six-game winning streak, having most recently beaten Archbishop Murphy 72-54.

Senior guard Lewis Pope led the Falcons with a season-high 41 points, while junior Kody Newman was second with 19 points.

The Falcons’ final home game is against Granite Falls at 6:45 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 31.

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