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It’s one title…

Two titles…

Three league crowns for CHS spring teams. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Hang three more plaques in the Coupeville High School gym.

The weather has been fairly lousy this spring, but Wolf sports teams have provided their own sunshine with their play.

CHS baseball, softball, and girls tennis all claimed Northwest 2B/1B League titles, with track and field narrowly missing out on making it a clean sweep.

The oval kings made up for that, however, as the boys track team captured a district crown Saturday.

As we look to the week ahead, the regular season is done, and postseason play is all the rage.

Coupeville girls tennis and track and field are at Bi-Districts Friday, May 20, travelling to Tumwater and Chehalis respectively.

Meanwhile, Wolf softball returns to the field — after 18 days off — with a winner-to-state, loser-out game May 21 in Centralia against a yet-to-be-named foe.

With the end of the school year fast approaching, and baseball already eliminated, a final look at NWL standings, through games of May 14:

 

Northwest League baseball:

School League Overall
Coupeville 11-1 13-7
Friday Harbor 10-1 15-2
Orcas Island 6-4 9-6
MV Christian 6-5 10-7
Darrington 2-7 4-11
La Conner 2-9 2-11
Concrete 0-10 0-11

 

Northwest League girls tennis:

School League Overall
Coupeville 2-0 4-1
Friday Harbor 0-2 0-3

 

Northwest League softball:

School League Overall
Coupeville 8-0 16-2
Friday Harbor 6-2 8-6
Darrington 3-5 6-6
Orcas Island 2-4 3-6
La Conner 0-8 0-15

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Katelin McCormick angles a winner. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Savina Wells collects another strike.

The Wolves play for a trifecta.

Coupeville High School baseball and softball have clinched Northwest 2B/1B League titles, and girls tennis will try and make it a trio of champs when it hosts Friday Harbor Tuesday, May 10.

That’s one of just three scheduled contests for Wolf teams this coming week, though everything being played has major consequences.

CHS baseball travels to a neutral field in La Conner May 12 to face Friday Harbor in a winner-to-state, loser-out game.

Then, Wolf track and field hosts the District 1 Championships May 14, a precursor to bi-district and state meets.

Meanwhile, the Coupeville athletes with the best win/loss record — the 16-2 softball sluggers — await their own winner-to-state, loser-out game.

That tilt doesn’t arrive until May 21, however.

As they wait, a look at how NWL teams are doing through games of May 7:

 

Northwest League baseball:

School League Overall
Coupeville 11-1 13-6
Friday Harbor 10-1 14-2
Orcas Island 6-4 8-5
MV Christian 6-5 9-6
Darrington 2-7 2-8
La Conner 2-9 2-11
Concrete 0-10 0-11

 

Northwest League girls tennis:

School League Overall
Coupeville 1-0 3-1
Friday Harbor 0-1 0-2

 

Northwest League softball:

School League Overall
Coupeville 8-0 16-2
Friday Harbor 6-2 8-6
Darrington 3-5 6-6
Orcas Island 2-4 2-6
La Conner 0-8 0-13

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CHS tennis guru Ken Stange keeps a watchful eye on the standings. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

The Wolves slide into May.

The transition begins.

The week ahead brings an end to the regular season for three of Coupeville High School’s four spring sports teams.

Wolf baseball and softball cap things with a road trip to Darrington Tuesday, May 3, while CHS track begins the postseason trek with a trip to La Conner May 4 for the Northwest 2B/1B League championships.

Both diamond squads will play beyond their Darrington trips, but everything after those games will have a postseason flair.

Meanwhile, the Wolf netters are scheduled to play a home-and-away series with South Whidbey May 3 and 6, respectively.

Tennis will still have one more regular-season match left on the schedule, with a league clash against Friday Harbor set for May 10, before it also begins the postseason journey.

As we head into May, a look at standings through games of Apr. 30:

 

Northwest League baseball:

School League Overall
Coupeville 10-1 12-6
Friday Harbor 9-1 12-2
Orcas Island 5-4 6-5
MV Christian 5-5 7-6
Darrington 2-6 2-7
La Conner 2-8 2-9
Concrete 0-8 0-8

 

Northwest League girls tennis:

School League Overall
Coupeville 1-0 3-0
Friday Harbor 0-1 0-2

 

Northwest League softball:

School League Overall
Coupeville 7-0 15-2
Friday Harbor 5-2 6-6
Darrington 3-4 6-5
Orcas Island 2-4 2-6
La Conner 0-7 0-11

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Coupeville tennis ace Mary Milnes can see May on the horizon. But first, there’s some more April action to play out. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Cody Roberts dares you to swing.

Justin Timberlake is warming up his vocal cords.

“It’s gonna be May” in just a few days, but first Coupeville High School sports teams have a couple more April games to play.

Wolf baseball and softball each have three games on the schedule this coming week, with a slightly different setup.

The hardball squad hosts Friday Harbor Tuesday, Apr. 26, travels to South Whidbey Apr. 28, then hosts Orcas Island for Senior Night Apr. 29.

Meanwhile, the CHS softball sluggers remain at home, with Friday Harbor visiting Apr. 26.

Orcas arrives Apr. 29, and while it’s also Senior Night, softball plans to play a doubleheader.

The schedule is lighter for Coupeville girls tennis and track, which both have one competition on the schedule.

The Wolf netters kick off the week, hosting Friday Harbor Apr. 25, while the runners, jumpers, and throwers cap things with a trip to Lakewood Apr. 30.

That Saturday event is a shindig known as the Sunny & 70’s Invite.

As we mentally prep for the final week of April, and the onslaught of May, a look at standings through games of Apr. 23:

 

Northwest League baseball:

School League Overall
Friday Harbor 8-0 11-1
Coupeville 8-1 10-5
Orcas Island 4-3 5-6
MV Christian 5-4 8-4
Darrington 1-6 1-7
La Conner 1-7 1-8
Concrete 0-6 0-6

 

Northwest League girls tennis:

School League Overall
Coupeville 1-0 3-0
Friday Harbor 0-1 0-2

 

Northwest League softball:

School League Overall
Coupeville 5-0 12-2
Friday Harbor 5-1 6-5
Orcas Island 2-3 2-4
Darrington 2-4 4-5
La Conner 0-6 0-8

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Katelin McCormick and CHS tennis are undefeated this spring. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Jack Porter slaps a hit.

Another week in the books.

As we pass the midpoint of April, Coupeville High School spring sports teams continue to excel.

Wolf softball and girls tennis teams are on target for conference titles, while baseball is just a game out of first place in the Northwest 2B/1B League.

Meanwhile, CHS track and field athletes continue to throw down top times and distances while hanging out around the oval.

The week ahead gives everyone but the netters a chance to clash with rivals, with softball leading the pack with three contests.

The Wolf sluggers carry a nine-game winning streak into action, with three non-conference tilts against bigger schools.

Coupeville hosts 1A Meridan Wednesday, Apr. 20, travels to 3A Oak Harbor two days later, then caps things Apr. 23 with a home game against 2A Lakewood.

Wolf baseball hosts Concrete for a doubleheader Apr. 19, before travelling to Mount Vernon Christian Apr. 22.

Finally, CHS track is in action on the road, first in Oak Harbor Apr. 20, then at the Eason Invitational in Snohomish Apr. 23.

As the Wolves get ready for an eventful week, a look at NWL standings through games of Apr. 16:

 

Northwest League baseball:

School League Overall
Friday Harbor 6-0 9-1
Coupeville 5-1 7-5
MV Christian 5-2 8-2
Orcas Island 3-3 4-6
Darrington 1-5 1-6
La Conner 1-6 1-7
Concrete 0-4 0-4

 

Northwest League girls tennis:

School League Overall
Coupeville 1-0 3-0
Friday Harbor 0-1 0-2

 

Northwest League softball:

School League Overall
Coupeville 5-0 10-1
Friday Harbor 4-1 5-3
Darrington 2-3 4-4
Orcas Island 1-3 1-4
La Conner 0-5 0-7

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