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Coupeville High School basketball players huddle during a summer hoops camp in Cheney. (Photos by Courtney Pilgrim)

With everyone from incoming freshmen to grizzled seniors, the Wolves brought 19 players to Eastern Washington University.

Packed in like sardines, but enjoying every moment.

The Wolves chomped Cheney.

Coupeville High School boys basketball coaches packed up 19 players this past week and headed to Eastern Washington University for a three-day hoops camp.

While there, the Wolves got the chance to throw down with other teams, and pick up some valuable bonding time.

Coming on the heels of a scrimmage win over Friday Harbor, the summer camp keeps momentum rolling through the offseason, something CHS coach Brad Sherman is always happy to see.

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Future Wolf hoops stars learn the game in a fun environment during a skills camp. (Photos courtesy Brad Sherman)

Randy King (back, all black shirt) and CHS players teach proper shooting motion.

Scott Fox (hands up) works with older players.

The past, present, and future of Coupeville basketball mingles.

The future Brad Sherman’s of Wolf basketball got to pick up a few lessons from the old-school version.

The Coupeville High School boys basketball coach, and legendary former player, joined up with fellow hoops coaches Thursday and Friday to run a successful skills camp for Coupeville athletes in grades K-8.

The two-day affair drew 75+ basketball players, split between girls and boys.

Sherman was joined by fellow coachesĀ Scott Fox, Chris Smith, Megan Smith, Randy King, Greg White, and Randy Bottorff, as well as current CHS players.

Players were divided into four groups (K-1, 2-3, 4-6, and 7-8) and were offered a great learning opportunity in a fun environment.

As Coupeville coaches build local basketball programs to be strong from top to bottom, the skills camp is a welcome flashback to the sort of events held when Sherman, Megan Smith, and White were young players themselves.

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Headed into K-8 in Coupeville? Want to grow up and be a hoops superstar like Scout Smith? I have good news for you. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Beat the heat and head inside.

Coupeville High School basketball coaches are offering a fun, informative, two-day skills camp June 20-21, aimed at Coupeville School District students who are entering grades K-8.

The camp, which will go down in the high school and middle school gyms, is set for 10 AM-noon each day, and cost is just $10.

Register by June 6 and you can net a camp t-shirt, as well.

Parents can register by popping over to:


Payment is not due until check-in on June 20, and you can register right up until the first basketball hits the net — though camp t-shirts are only guaranteed to those who met the June 6 deadline.

For questions, contact CHS boys coach Brad Sherman at bsherman@coupeville.k12.wa.us or CHS girls coach Scott Fox at sfox@coupeville.k12.wa.us.

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Park the car and stay home. There’s no basketball. (Photo by David Svien)

Snowmageddon 2019 has claimed another event. But not permanently.

The season finale for the youth basketball league run by Coupeville High School coaches and players, originally set for Saturday, Feb. 9, is being pushed back a week.

With snow still falling in many areas, and much more expected, as well as freezing temperatures arriving to possibly turn Whidbey’s roads into ice rinks, postponing an early-morning event seems more than reasonable.

The final week of lessons and games, as well as pictures, will go down 9 AM next Saturday, Feb. 16.

Unless we’re entering a new ice age. Then check back later for updates.

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Mason Grove and other Wolf hoops stars will work with Coupeville Youth Basketball players over six Saturday morning sessions. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

The present is ready to shape the future.

Coupeville School District students in grades 1-6 are invited to sign up for youth basketball, which will be run by Wolf high school coaches and players.

The season runs Jan. 5-Feb. 9, with action each Saturday from 9-11 AM.

Each date will be a mix of skills development work and games, allowing young players a chance to build their confidence in a fun environment.

Cost is $20 per student, and each participant receives a t-shirt and basketball in addition to their six weekends of court action.

To register, pop over to:


For any questions, contact CHS boys varsity basketball coach Brad Sherman at bsherman@coupeville.k12.wa.us or CHS girls varsity hoops coach David King at dking@coupeville.k12.wa.us.

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