Highlights, scores and observations of all things sports. Welcome to life on the bench with Ben Watanabe.
CORRECTION: An earlier version had the location of the match wrong. It will be in Everett because the tournament game has to be played on an artificial turf when one is available within District 1 – the area that encompasses the Northwest Conference in Whatcom and Skagit counties and the Cascade Conference that covers Island, Snohomish and King counties.
South Whidbey fended off Brewster in the state 1A boys soccer tournament Tuesday afternoon 3-2 to advance to the second round Saturday.
The Falcons will host the Quincy Jacks (as in Jackrabbits) at 3 p.m. May 24 at Goddard Stadium in Everett, next to Mariner High School.
South Whidbey is playing a Cascade Conference match that has little bearing on its playoff position but could speak volumes about its place in the hierarchy of the league by hosting Archbishop Murphy tonight at 6 p.m. …Read the rest of this post
A win is a win, so the saying goes in sports.
For Falcon boys golf, that was as in play as much of the golfers strokes in a narrow win over their Cascade Conference opponents from Lakewood, the Cougars. South Whidbey won the meet at its home course, Useless Bay Golf and Country Club, with 244 strokes to Lakewood’s 246 on Thursday.
Archbishop Murphy’s boys golf team was too much for South Whidbey last week in a Cascade Conference meet at Useless Bay Golf Course. …Read the rest of this post
The South Whidbey Falcons will play four games in five days this week – weather permitting. …Read the rest of this post
Howdy, long time no see, read, or write. …Read the rest of this post
Meet the 2013-14 winter cheer squad.
The Falcon cheer squad includes, from left, in the back row, Shaina Nielsen, Miya Springer, Maria Crain, Ingrid Valle and Samantha Baldwin. In the middle row are Kersty Adams, Cara Mathews, Thandeka Brigham and Amanda Lee. Up front are Carmen Warwick and Lisa Walker. Not pictured is Savannah McGraw.
Meet the 2013-14 South Whidbey Falcon boys basketball program.
From top to bottom are the Falcon varsity, junior varsity and C teams.
From left are Nate Hanson, Greg Smith, Nick French, Jordan Parrick, Parker Collins, Brandon Asay, CJ Sutfin, Nick Bennett, Cody Russell, Kale Reichersamer and Ricky Muzzy.
South Whidbey’s junior varsity squad includes, from left, Deven Damerau, Nate McMurdo, Maxfield Friedman, Jared Eckert, Christopher Wilson, Charlie Patterson, Beau Blakey, and Campbell Albertsen.
Above is the C-team. In the back row, from left, are Justin Gonzalez, Kellen Boyd, Anton Klein, Cameron Asay, Tyler Dow, Thorin Helmersen and Donovan Miller. In the middle row are Tyler Heggenes, Dyllon Williams, Cedar Rossel and Connor Antich. In the front row are Nick Reitz and Matthew Milano.