The South Whidbey boys basketball team celebrates its 73-34 win over Granite Falls on Wednesday night in Langley, which enabled the Falcons to clinch the Cascade Conference championship for the first time since 1989. (Evan Thompson / South Whidbey Record)

The South Whidbey boys basketball team celebrates its 73-34 win over Granite Falls on Wednesday night in Langley, which enabled the Falcons to clinch the Cascade Conference championship for the first time since 1989. (Evan Thompson / South Whidbey Record)

South Whidbey earns 1st boys basketball league title since 1989

The Falcons thumped Granite Falls 73-34 behind 30 points from senior Lewis Pope.

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