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Coupeville senior Maya Toomey-Stout was a First Team All-Conference pick for the second-straight season. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Scout Smith was a Second Team All-Conference pick at setter.

Hannah Davidson closed her prep volleyball career by being tabbed an All-Conference player.

It was one of the most successful seasons in program history.

The three Coupeville High School volleyball teams combined to go 33-10 this fall, with the varsity hitting record-setting highs.

The top Wolf squad started 12-1, while claiming both its fourth-straight top-two league finish and 10+ win season, all under coach Cory Whitmore.

With 14 wins at season end, the 2019 varsity spikers tied the 2004 team for the most victories in a single season by a Coupeville volleyball squad.

That excellence was honored Thursday, as the Wolves put a final bow on the season with a team awards banquet.

Topping the achievements were three All-League selections, as North Sound Conference coaches praised CHS seniors Maya Toomey-Stout, Scout Smith, and Hannah Davidson.

Toomey-Stout landed First Team honors for a second-straight season, while her teammates both were Second Team picks.

 

Team awards:

 

Varsity:

MVP — Maya Toomey-Stout
Most Inspirational — Scout Smith
Most Improved — Lucy Tenore
Spirit of a Wolf — Zoe Trujillo

 

JV:

MVP — Maddie Georges
Most Inspirational — Kylie Chernikoff
Most Improved — Ryanne Knoblich

 

C-Team:

MVP — Ryanne Knoblich
Most Inspirational — Jill Prince
Most Improved — Mercedes Kalwies-Anderson

 

Varsity letter winners:

Hannah Davidson
Emma Mathusek
Chelsea Prescott
Lucy Sandahl
Scout Smith
Lucy Tenore
Maya Toomey-Stout
Zoe Trujillo
Raven Vick
Willow Vick
Maddie Vondrak

 

Participation certificates:

Alita Blouin
Kylie Chernikoff
Vivian Farris
Maddie Georges
Gwen Gustafson
Taygin Jump
Mercedes Kalwies-Anderson
Ryanne Knoblich
Anya Leavell
Ivy Leedy
Allie Lucero
Maya Lucero
Jaimee Masters
Heidi Meyers
Abby Mulholland
Jill Prince
Jordyn Rogers
Jessica Ross-McMahon

 

And a cinematic look back at the year, thanks to Brian Vick:

 

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Reiley Araceley was one of 15 CHS cross country runners to letter. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Wolves (l to r) Helen Strelow, Cristina McGrath, and Claire Mayne form the core of a young, very-promising team.

They ran to success.

Year two of the revived Coupeville High School cross country program came to an official close Wednesday night, as the Wolves and coach Luke Samford celebrated with an awards banquet.

Junior Catherine Lhamon, who made it to the state meet, and freshman Mitchell Hall, who just missed the cut, took home girls and boys MVP honors, respectively, while 15 runners exited with letters.

After lying largely dormant for two decades, with a few individual harriers training and traveling with other schools, CHS brought back its in-school cross country program in 2018.

That first season featured seven runners (five boys, two girls), with those numbers more than doubling in year two.

Coupeville loses just one senior, with Chris Ruck graduating, and should continue to add to its roster, as the middle school cross country program has even bigger numbers.

 

Varsity letter winners:

Aiden Anderson
Reiley Araceley
Cameron Epp
Mitchell Hall
Eli Kastner
Catherine Lhamon
Claire Mayne
Cristina McGrath
Alana Mihill
Chris Ruck
Helen Strelow
Alexander Wasik
Aidan Wilson
Tate Wyman
Sam Wynn

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Coupeville senior Andrew Martin was named to the All-Conference team, despite not playing any league games. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Hard-hitting, fumble-causing Sean Toomey-Stout, a contender to play in the All-State game, was also honored by North Sound Conference coaches.

Well, this is a nice bonus.

Despite not playing a single league game this season, the Coupeville High School football squad still landed two players on the All-Conference team.

The Wolves chose to step away from the North Sound Conference for a year, to give a young, inexperienced team time to build and mature.

It worked out nicely, as CHS went 5-4, claiming the program’s first winning record since 2005, but the decision seemed to deny any of the Wolves a chance to be honored by league coaches.

But not so fast.

Hoping to get his seniors consideration for the All-State game, Coupeville Athletic Director Willie Smith approached his league counterparts and hit pay-dirt.

Not only were the AD’s in support of making sure the Wolves remained viable in the All-State process, but they turned around and voted two of them onto the All-Conference team.

Sean Toomey-Stout was named to the First Team as a Specialist, while also being honored as a Second Team pick for his play in the secondary.

Fellow senior Andrew Martin was tabbed as a Second Team player as both a running back and linebacker.

Selections to the 2A/1A/B All-State game, known as the Earl Barden Classic, will be announced later.

The All-Conference honors topped Coupeville’s season-ending football banquet Wednesday night, as Wolf coach Marcus Carr and staff honored their team.

Dawson Houston, Martin, Gavin Straub, Toomey-Stout, and Gavin Knoblich received four-year awards for playing every season of their high school career, while 25 players and two managers lettered.

 

Varsity letter winners:

Nick Armstrong
Isaiah Bittner
Brian Casey
Dominic Coffman
Sage Downes
Dakota Eck
Scott Hilborn
Dawson Houston
Daylon Houston
Cole Hutchinson
Alex Jimenez
Gavin Knoblich
Joven Light
Andrew Martin
Melanie Navarro
(Manager)
Jonathan Partida
Kevin Partida
Gabe Shaw
Breanna Silveira
(Manager)
Ben Smith
DJ Stadler
Gavin St Onge
Gavin Straub
Sean Toomey-Stout
Josh Upchurch
Tim Ursu
Kai Wong

 

Participation certificates (8th grade practice squad):

Cameron Breaux
JP Edoukou

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William Davidson earned MVP honors for the first-ever Coupeville Middle School boys soccer squad. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

He froze out the competition.

William “Mr. Freeze” Davidson has a little bit of Cow Town athletic history to call his own, after being named MVP of the first-ever Coupeville Middle School boys soccer team.

The CMS 8th grader, who anchored the Wolves with his play as the team’s primary goalie, was honored at an awards banquet Wednesday night.

Also receiving awards were Quinten Simpson-Pilgrim (Most Improved), Mikey Robinett (Rookie of the Year), Ryan Blouin (Best Defender), and Andrew Williams (Best Sportsmanship).

The Wolf booters finished 2-8 during their debut season, drilling Granite Falls twice, while fighting strongly against undefeated league champ Lakewood and posh private school Northshore Christian Academy.

Logan Downes led the squad in scoring, rattling home five goals.

 

The trailblazers:

Reese Cernick (Head Coach)
Michelle Cernick (Assistant Coach)
Ryan Blouin
Mason Butler
William Davidson
Logan Downes
Preston Epp
Nathan Ginnings
Nick Guay
Dane Hadsall
Tavan Hughes
Zane Oldenstadt
Mikey Robinett
Quinten Simpson-Pilgrim
Alexander Smith
Nick Wasik
Andrew Williams

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Coupeville catcher Sarah Wright was the North Sound Conference softball Defensive Player of the Year. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Scout Smith was a First-Team All-Conference pick for her work at second base.

Heidi Meyers won the JV team’s “Charlie Hustle” award.

The future is now. Freshmen Izzy Wells (left) and Audrianna Shaw (center) and sophomore Coral Caveness all lettered this season.

Banquet season ended with a bang.

The Coupeville High School softball team, coming off a triumphant return to the state tournament, officially capped spring sports Thursday, handing out awards, letters, and plenty of desserts.

The Wolves, who captured the North Sound Conference title, finished 2nd at a tough district tourney, then played three games at state, including knocking off highly-ranked Deer Park, had plenty to celebrate.

Coupeville saw six of its nine starters earn honors when league coaches voted for All-Conference teams.

Senior catcher Sarah Wright led the way, sharing league MVP honors with Granite Falls senior shortstop Samantha Vanderwel.

Wright was tabbed as the North Sound Conference Defensive Player of the Year, while Vanderwel was named the NSC Offensive Player of the Year.

Junior second-baseman Scout Smith and junior center-fielder Emma Mathusek received First-Team All-Conference honors, with senior first-baseman Veronica Crownover, sophomore shortstop Chelsea Prescott, and freshman pitcher Izzy Wells making Second Team.

Coupeville diamond guru Kevin McGranahan was selected as Coach of the Year by his peers.

While the All-Conference honors were big, they were just the start for the Wolves, who also handed out a bunch of team awards as well.

 

Varsity awards:

Team MVP — Sarah Wright

Offensive MVP — Veronica Crownover

Defensive MVP — Scout Smith

Coaches Award — Chelsea Prescott

Rookie of the Year — Izzy Wells

“Put in the Work” — Emma Mathusek

Four-year recognition — Crownover, Nicole Laxton, Wright

Captains — Smith, Wright

 

JV awards:

Leadership/Sportsmanship — Marenna Rebischke-Smith

Charlie Hustle — Heidi Meyers

Golden Glove — Abby Meyers

Coaches Award — Ivy Leedy

Most Improved — Morgan Stevens

Most Versatile — Mckenna Somes

 

Varsity letter winners:

Mollie Bailey
Coral Caveness
Veronica Crownover
Mackenzie Davis
Nicole Laxton
Emma Mathusek
Chelsea Prescott
Audrianna Shaw
Scout Smith
Izzy Wells
Chloe Wheeler
Sarah Wright

 

JV participation certificates:

Tariana Hunter
Ivy Leedy
Lily Leedy
Abby Meyers
Heidi Meyers
Marenna Rebischke-Smith
McKenna Somes
Morgan Stevens
Amanda Thomas
Kylie Van Velkinburgh

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