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Freshman Brynn Parker was Coupeville’s Rookie of the Year on the soccer pitch. (Bailey Thule photo)

Seniors (l to r) Nezi Keiper, Carolyn Lhamon, Anna Myles, Gwen Crowder, and Wynter Arndt exit as winners. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

They shot, and scored, on awards night.

Wrapping their season, the Coupeville High School girls’ soccer squad closed Kyle Nelson’s final go-round as coach with a shindig Thursday night.

Wolf goaltender Anna Myles was honored as team MVP, while she and fellow seniors Carolyn Lhamon and Nezi Keiper received four-year awards.

Freshman Brynn Parker was tabbed as Rookie of the Year, Edie Bittner earned Most Improved, and Keiper was hailed as Most Inspirational.

Lhamon and Keiper were also acknowledged for their work as team captains.


Varsity letter winners:

Wynter Arndt
Edie Bittner
Sophia Broderick
Jackie Contreras
Gwen Crowder
Bryley Gilbert
Nezi Keiper
Carolyn Lhamon
Ava Mitten
Anna Myles
Brynn Parker
Frankie Tenore
Ayden Wyman


Participation certificates:

Isabella Gaspio
Elizabeth Lo
Monroe Myles
Skylar Parker

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The warmup music featured “Get’cha Head In The Game” from High School Musical. Audrianna Shaw listened. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

The stadium was rockin’ loud enough you couldn’t hear the camera clickin’.

Ever-thirsty photographer to the stars John Fisken worked his way around Mickey Clark Field Thursday night, capturing images both on, and off, the soccer pitch.

To see everything he shot, and possibly buy some glossies for great aunt Myrtle Jean, pop over to:



Coupeville’s male athletes support their athletic sisters from other misters.

Parting is such sweet sorry, but Coupeville netminder Anna Myles has lost that lovin’ feeling for the soccer ball.

The ball needed to get out of town, fast, so Carolyn Lhamon punched its ticket on the evening express.

“Stay hydrated, folks! Now you know, and knowing is half the battle.”

Wolf goalie Maylin Steele comforts the ball after it got kicked in the face … repeatedly.

If Cindy Lou Who was a ninja, she’d be Katelin McCormick.

Wolf volleyball spikers offer respect to their pitch counterparts.

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