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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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Seven weeks from today, junior Hannah Davidson will likely help Coupeville kick off a new basketball season. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Seven weeks.

It’s both an eternity and a quick flick of the calendar.

And, as of today, seven weeks is exactly how long until the first official high school basketball game tips off.

Coupeville’s squads, led by David and Amy King (girls) and Brad Sherman and Chris Smith (boys) hit the courts Nov. 12 for the first day of practice, while the Wolf girls host Meridian Nov. 27 to start the 2018-19 season.

In preparation of that, CHS Athletic Director Willie Smith officially released the buffed, shined and (hopefully) final version of the schedules Tuesday afternoon.

As Wolf hoops kicks off its first voyage through the North Sound Conference, the two squads sit with 10 league games and eight non-league games apiece.

The girls get a true split schedule, with nine at home and nine on the road, while the boys will spend a bit more time on the bus, with a 10-8 split in favor of off-Island match-ups.

The most intriguing game on the schedule for either teams might be the opener for the CHS boys.

The foe in that game, a home tilt Nov. 28, is the big school to the North, 3A Oak Harbor.

It’s the first time the two schools have faced off in a regular-season hardwood game since Coupeville stunned the Wildcats 66-61 way back on Dec. 21, 2009.


This winter’s schedules (times are for JV and varsity, and * = league game):



Tue-Nov. 27 — Meridian — (5:15/7:00)
Sat-Dec. 1 — Bush — (4:45/3:00)
Mon-Dec. 3 — @Sequim — (3:45/5:30)
Wed-Dec. 5 — Friday Harbor — (5:15/3:45)
Sat-Dec. 8 — @Orcas Island — (1:00/2:30)
Fri-Dec. 14 — @Concrete — (7:30/6:00)
Tue-Dec. 18 — Sultan — (5:00/6:45) *
Thur-Dec. 20 — Port Townsend — (3:30/5:15)
Sat-Dec. 22 — @Nooksack Valley — (2:45/1:00)
Fri-Jan. 4 — @King’s — (3:30/5:00) *
Tues-Jan. 8 — @Cedar Park Christian — (5:00/6:45) *
Fri-Jan. 11 — @Sultan — (3:30/6:30) *
Tue-Jan. 15 — Granite Falls — (5:00/6:45) *
Fri-Jan. 18 — South Whidbey — (5:00/6:45) *
Tue-Jan. 22 — @South Whidbey — (5:00/6:45) *
Fri-Jan. 25 — Cedar Park Christian — (5:00/6:45) *
Tue-Jan. 29 — King’s — (5:00/6:45) *
Fri-Feb. 1 — @Granite Falls — (3:30/6:30) *



Wed-Nov. 28 — Oak Harbor — (5:15/7:00)
Sat-Dec. 1 — Bush — (3:00/4:45)
Mon-Dec. 3 — @Sequim — (5:30/3:45)
Wed-Dec. 5 — Friday Harbor — (3:45/5:15)
Sat-Dec. 8 — @Orcas Island — (2:30/1:00)
Tue-Dec. 11 — Sultan — (5:00/6:45) *
Fri-Dec. 14 — @Concrete — (6:00/7:30)
Thur-Dec. 20 — @Port Townsend — (4:30/6:00)
Sat-Dec. 22 — @Nooksack Valley — (1:00/2:45)
Fri-Jan. 4 — @King’s — (3:30/6:45) *
Tue-Jan. 8 — Granite Falls — (5:00/6:45) *
Fri-Jan. 11 — @Sultan — (5:00/8:00) *
Tue-Jan. 15 — @Cedar Park Christian — (5:00/6:45) *
Fri-Jan. 18 — South Whidbey — (5:00/6:45) *
Tue-Jan. 22 — King’s — (5:00/6:45) *
Fri-Jan. 25 — Cedar Park Christian — (5:00/6:45) *
Tue-Jan. 29 — @South Whidbey — (5:00/6:45) *
Fri-Feb. 1 — @Granite Falls — (5:00/8:00) *

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   Want to be a hoops star like Kyla Briscoe? Currently in grades 2-7? Then this summer’s Coupeville basketball skills camp is for you. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Build your t-shirt collection and hone your skills.

Coupeville High School basketball coaches and players are running a youth skills camp this summer, and it shouldn’t be missed.

It’s open to Coupeville School District students who are entering grades 3-8 next fall (so, that means the child is CURRENTLY in grades 2-7) and is just a low, low $10 for three days of activity.

The camp, which will be held in the high school and middle school gyms, is set for June 18-20.

Sessions run from 9-11 AM (boys) and 12-2 PM (girls) each day.

Players will be split up, so younger and older players will have an opportunity to work within their age groups.

Registration deadline is May 31 and payment is due at check-in on the first day of camp. Your $10 gets you three days of instruction and a camp t-shirt.

To register, pop over to:


If you have any questions, contact CHS basketball coaches Brad Sherman (bsherman@coupeville.k12.wa.us) or David King (dking@coupeville.k12.wa.us).

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