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Kayla Arnold rumbles in the paint. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Another season in the books.

Coupeville High School girls’ basketball put a cap on the 2022-2023 campaign Monday night, gathering for the final awards banquet of the winter season.

The Wolf varsity finished 10-11, including a playoff win over Auburn Adventist Academy, while the JV went 8-8 and showed great promise.

Prior to Monday’s shindig, senior Maddie Georges was honored by Northwest 2B/1B League coaches, tabbed as a Second-Team All-Conference pick.

CHS head coach Megan Richter and assistants Kassie O’Neil, Cherie Smith, Lark Gustafson, and Mia Littlejohn┬áhanded out the following awards:

 

Varsity awards:

Alita Blouin – Offensive Specialist; Fab Five
Mia Farris – Most Improved
Maddie Georges – MVP; Four Year Award; Fab Five
Gwen Gustafson – Four Year Award; Fab Five
Ryanne Knoblich – Most Inspirational; Fab Five
Carolyn Lhamon – Four Year Award; Fab Five
Lyla Stuurmans – Defensive Specialist

 

JV awards:

Teagan Calkins – Most Improved
Carlota Marcos-Cabrillo – Defensive Specialist
Madison McMillan – MVP
Brynn Parker – Most Inspirational
Kierra Thayer – Offensive Specialist

Carlota Marcos-Cabrillo pushes the ball up the floor. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

 

Varsity letter winners:

Alita Blouin
Mia Farris
Maddie Georges
Gwen Gustafson
Jada Heaton
Ryanne Knoblich
Carolyn Lhamon
Katie Marti
Madison McMillan
Skylar Parker
Lyla Stuurmans

 

Participation certificates:

Kayla Arnold
Edie Bittner (Manager)
Teagan Calkins
Karyme Castro (Manager)
Bryley Gilbert
Carlota Marcos-Cabrillo
Anna Myles (Manager)
Brynn Parker
Desi Ramirez-Vasquez
Kierra Thayer
Kassidy Upchurch
Reese Wilkinson
Liza Zustiak

Gwen Gustafson played God’s chosen sport all four years she attended Coupeville High School. (Bailey Thule photo)

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Miley Gerber earned Most Spirited during the winter cheer season. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

The cheers are still lingering in the Coupeville High School gym.

Basketball season is done, with Wolf athletes having moved outdoors for spring sports, but winter teams are putting a cap on things with awards banquets.

CHS cheer held its season-ending shindig Thursday, with coaches handing out awards, letters, and certificates.

Miley Gerber earned Most Spirited for the winter campaign, with Makenna Jonker-Chambers (Wolf Award), Gracie McFarlin (Most Improved), and Isabella Schooley (Coaches Award) also honored.

 

Varsity letter winners:

Piotr Bieda
Lucy Crouch
Miley Gerber
Makenna Jonker-Chambers
Ember Light
Gracie McFarlin
Emma Morano
Pamela Morrell
Marz Safford
Josh Upchurch
Avery Williams-Buchanan
Kai Wong

 

Participation certificates:

Abbigail Bond
Alysia Burdge
Lynn Cosner
Hayley Fiedler
Isabella Schooley
Maylin Steele
Hayley Thomas

Piotr Bieda shows off his teamwork skills.

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Cole White hops into action. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

No more free throws or rebounds, just praise.

The Coupeville High School boys’ basketball teams capped their seasons Tuesday with an awards banquet, honoring players and managers after successful seasons.

The Wolf varsity went 14-9 and won the two-day Cascade Hoops Classic in Leavenworth during the holidays, while the JV squad closed on a 10-game winning streak during an 11-3 campaign.

Two varsity players — junior Logan Downes and senior Alex Murdy — were previously honored with selections to the Northwest 2B/1B League All-Conference team.

Downes, who torched the nets for 554 points, second-best in the 107-year history of Wolf basketball, was a First-Team selection, while Murdy, a two-way star, landed Second-Team honors.

CHS head coach Brad Sherman and assistants Greg White, Hunter Smith, and Randy Bottorff handed out the following awards:

 

Varsity awards:

Ryan Blouin – Hard Hat Award
Dominic Coffman – Four Year Award
Logan Downes – Offensive Player of the Year; Varsity Captain
Jonathan Valenzuela – Shot of the Year
Cole White – Defensive Player of the Year; Varsity Captain

Jonathan Valenzuela banked in a buzzer-beating three-ball to beat La Conner on the road, even with one eye partially closed. (Morgan White photo)

 

JV awards:

Hunter Bronec – Defensive Player of the Year
Aiden O’Neill – Hard Hat Award
Jack Porter – Offensive Player of the Year
David Somes – Exceptional Service Award
Thomas Studer – Exceptional Service Award

 

Varsity letter winners:

Chase Anderson
Ryan Blouin
Dominic Coffman
Jermiah Copeland
William Davidson
Logan Downes
Nick Guay
Alex Murdy
Zane Oldenstadt
Quinten Simpson-Pilgrim
Jonathan Valenzuela
Cole White

 

Hunter Bronec has places to be. (Chloe Marzocca photo)

 

Participation certificates:

Hunter Bronec
Hurlee Bronec
Carson Field
Camden Glover
Aiden O’Neill
Jack Porter
Johnny Porter
Landon Roberts
Yohannon Sandles
David Somes (Manager)
Malachi Somes
Thomas Studer (Manager)

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CHS cross country runners (l to r) Preston Howard, Carson Field, Landon Roberts, and Thomas Strelow celebrate the season. (Sherry Bonacci photo)

It was a season full of big moments.

The Coupeville High School cross country program won boys and girls league titles this fall, while sending eight runners — including its entire girls’ team — to the state meet.

Senior Mitchell Hall beat the field to win an individual league title, as well, while the Wolf girls earned an academic state title for having the highest team GPA among all 2B schools.

All of that and more was celebrated Thursday, as CHS coach Paige Spangler and her team capped awards season with the final banquet on the fall schedule.

Claire Mayne burns up the trail. (Jackie Saia photo)

 

Awards:

 

Captains:

Mitchell Hall
Helen Strelow

 

4-Year Participation:

Mitchell Hall
Cristina McGrath
Helen Strelow
Tate Wyman

 

Most Improved:

Zeke Allen
Erica McGrath

 

Hardest Worker:

Claire Mayne

 

Best Teammate:

Claire Mayne
Helen Strelow

 

Cross Country Clown:

Carson Field
Landon Roberts

 

Varsity letter winners:

Reagan Callahan
Carson Field
Easton Green
Mitchell Hall
Preston Howard
Claire Mayne
Cristina McGrath
Erica McGrath
Landon Roberts
George Spear
Helen Strelow
Thomas Strelow
Noelle Western
Tate Wyman

 

Participation certificates:

Zeke Allen
Nic Wasik

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Daylon Houston (left) and Aiden O’Neill, dressing for success. (Davin Houston photo)

The most successful Coupeville High School gridiron season in three decades is officially in the books.

Capping a seven-win campaign which included the football program’s first league title and trip to state since 1990, the Wolves wrapped things Tuesday with an awards banquet.

The team’s All-Conference picks were honored, and you can find that list at https://coupevillesports.com/2022/11/09/love-this-team-love-this-town/.

Also noted Tuesday were the players who suited up for CHS all four years of high school — Dominic Coffman, Scott Hilborn, Daylon Houston, Tim Ursu, and Kai Wong.

Team managers Brenna Silveira and Melanie Navarro were also with the football program every step of the way.

Coffman, Houston, Ursu, and junior QB Logan Downes were noted for their season-long work as captains, as well.

Freshman Ezra Boilek, who displayed a powerful leg while launching kickoffs, earned a varsity letter. (Brenn Sugatan photo)

 

Varsity letter winners:

Chase Anderson
Piotr Bieda
Ezra Boilek
Cameron Breaux
Hunter Bronec
Hurlee Bronec
Peyton Caveness
Myca Clarkson
Dominic Coffman
Adrian Cunningham
William Davidson
Logan Downes
Jage Drake
Marcelo Gebhard
Scott Hilborn
Daylon Houston
Coen Killian
Casey Masters
Melanie Navarro
(Manager)
Henry Ohme
Zane Oldenstadt
Aiden O’Neill
Kevin Partida
Jack Porter
Johnny Porter
Mikey Robinett
Yohannon Sandles
Brenna Silveira
(Manager)
Malachi Somes
Xavier Stinnett
Josh Upchurch
Tim Ursu
Jonathan Valenzuela
Chris Villarreal
Kai Wong

 

Participation certificates:

Devinion Hill
Davin Houston
Zachary Neiman

Tim Ursu, makin’ plays. (Helen Strelow photo)

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