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“You have to pay to see us play.” (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Sometimes you need your wallet, sometimes you don’t.

As a new school athletic year gets underway, here’s a reminder of how admissions work for Coupeville games.

Admission is charged for all high school football, basketball, and volleyball contests.

Regular-season high school tennis, baseball, softball, soccer, track, and cross country events are free, though playoff games usually charge a fee.

All middle school games are free.

 

Regular season ticket prices:

$6 — Adults & MS/HS students without ASB Card Sticker (signifies they PAID for an ASB)
$4 — Visiting students with ASB Card
$4 — 62+ senior citizens
$4 — K-5 students

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Coupeville football legend Sean Toomey-Stout will tackle you if you don’t have a ticket. Spoiler: It will probably hurt. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

It’s the third most important meet of the season.

Coupeville High School hosts the District 1 track and field championships Saturday, May 14 — the stepping-stone to Bi-Districts and the state meet.

Things will be hoppin’, with 12 teams — three 2B schools and nine 1B ones — competing.

Cedar Park Christian-Lynnwood, Fellowship Christian, Grace Academy, Lopez Island, Lummi Nation, Mount Vernon Christian, Providence Classical Christian, Shoreline Christian, and Concrete round out the 1B field.

On the 2B side, it’s Coupeville, La Conner, and Friday Harbor.

Field events begin at 11 AM, with running events kicking off a half-hour later.

Making it even more of a festive occasion, the CHS concession stand will be open for business all day.

But, and this is important — for the first time this season you’ll have to pay to attend a track meet, and you can’t do so with cash.

Spectators have to enter through the main entrance at Mickey Clark Field, which sits right behind Coupeville Elementary (6 S. Main).

The back entrance by the baseball field is reserved for athletes and coaches.

Tickets have to be purchased online through GoFan, and you’ll need your phone to show your ticket(s).

No cash sales will take place.

 

Admission prices:

Adults and students without ASB — $7
Children (5-12) — $5
Senior citizen (62+) — $5
Student with ASB — $5

 

To purchase tickets, pop over to:

https://gofan.co/app/events/612390?schoolId=WA86277

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Want to watch Steve Kiel work the volleyball lines? You’ll have to pay. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

The free ride is over.

With the pandemic throwing everything asunder last school year, Coupeville High School waived entry fees, allowing fans to view any and all Wolf games for free.

Now, we’re going back to reality.

CHS, like its fellow Northwest 2B/1B League rivals, will once again charge for entry to volleyball, football, and basketball games during the 2021-2022 school year.

Softball, tennis, track and field, soccer, cross country, and baseball remain free.

 

NWL admission prices for 2021-2022:

$6.00 for adults and high school students without ASB cards
$4.00 for visiting students with ASB cards and senior citizens (62+)
$4.00 for grade school (K-5) and younger

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The 2021-2022 school athletic year begins Friday when Coupeville football hosts Klahowya. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

A new high school sports season kicks off in 100 hours.

Coupeville football is first up, opening Friday, Sept. 3, with a home non-conference matchup against former Olympic League rival Klahowya.

Kickoff is set for 6 PM.

As the gridiron squad and other Wolf teams begin fall sports, here’s the answer to the most-asked question.

What about masks?

Athletes don’t have to wear them currently, while Coupeville fans face a split decision.

Masks are required for spectators at indoor fall events, such as volleyball matches.

However, it’s a different matter for football, boys and girls soccer, boys tennis, and cross country, all of which play on the windswept prairie.

That was confirmed Monday by The Man himself.

“At this point we are not requiring masks for outdoor activities for spectators,” said CHS Athletic Director Willie Smith.

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   Don’t even try and sneak in the back way Friday for the Olympic League track and field championships. Wolf coach Randy King can, and will, kick you into another dimension. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Want to see Wolf track stars like Lindsey Roberts or Jacob Smith compete for a league title?

Get ready to fork over some greenbacks.

The 1A Olympic League finals, which are set to go down 2 PM Friday at Coupeville High School’s track complex, will be on a pay-to-watch basis for fans.

CHS Athletic Director Willie Smith confirmed Thursday that the event is being operated under the same guidelines as all other postseason events.

Ticket prices:

Adults and students w/o ASB – $8
Students (with ASB) – $5
Elementary (under 12) – $4
Senior Citizens (62+) – $5

Also, there will be only one entry point open Friday, and that is through the gate off the elementary school.

The back entrance by the baseball field will not be used for the event, so if you choose to park in the baseball/softball parking lot, expect to walk all the way around.

The league finals brings Chimacum, Port Townsend and Klahowya to town to face off with the Wolves.

Top three finishers in each event Friday punch their ticket to the district meet May 18-19 in Renton.

Districts fills out its eight-athlete draws by taking the top four finishers from the Nisqually League, then awarding the final spot to the better time/distance between the OL #4 and NL #5.

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