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Lyla Stuurmans is pleased to see her favorite photographer is working courtside. (Bailey Thule photos)

Crowd work is an underrated art.

Get yourself a photographer who can capture fans and players in the moments between the action, going below the surface to capture that inner light, and you’ve got yourself a keeper.

Like Bailey Thule, who delivers the portraits seen above and below.

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Wolf cheerleaders bond. (Delanie Lewis photo)

Students snapping students.

With Coupeville Sports in its 10th year of existence, you always want to find new ways to keep things evolving.

Thanks to Coupeville High School yearbook teacher Jackie Saia and her student photographers, we’ve been able to run more photos from different sources than normal.

And, when it’s teenagers behind the camera, and teenagers in front of the camera, as in these Wolf cheer pics, there’s often a different feel to the photos, I’ve found.

There’s less of a remove than what you sometimes get when the photographer is an adult, and the pics seem to capture a different side of the athletes.

At least that’s what I think.

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Wolf cheerleaders, in the calm before the game. (Delanie Lewis photo)

Faces, faces everywhere.

Crack Coupeville High School photographers Bailey Thule and Delanie Lewis snapped plenty of on-field photos at Friday’s football game, but their crowd work was especially impressive.

Capturing their classmates on film, they document the next wave of Wolf Nation in the pics seen above and below.

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Nothing ruffles Madison McMillan. Not even being attacked by a slightly less calm Katie Marti. (Delanie Lewis photo)

The next generation of photo stars is here.

Coupeville High School sophomores Bailey Thule and Delanie Lewis are part of the crack crew working on the CHS yearbook this time around, and the volleyball photos above and below come to us courtesy of them.

Grey Peabody unleashes a knee buckler. (Bailey Thule photo)

The Wolves celebrate in style. (Delanie Lewis photo)

Issabel Johnson eyeballs the competition. (Delanie Lewis photo)

Softball sluggers Sofia Peters (left) and Chloe Marzocca spend some quality time together. (Bailey Thule photo)

Jada Heaton enjoys her day. (Delanie Lewis photo)

“We are Wolves. Hear us roar!” (Bailey Thule photo)

Make the joint jump. (Bailey Thule photo)

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