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   A random number generator plucked out Sage Downes to be the first Wolf hoops player to see their headshot hit the internet. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

   Coupeville’s varsity girls, seeking a fourth-straight league title, have no time for your shenanigans.

First-year boys JV coach Chris Smith (back, far left) has a deep bench.

Seniors (l to r) Mikayla Elfrank, Kyla Briscoe and Allison Wenzel hang out.

Ema Smith does not fear your random number generator.

   Wolf hoops legend turned varsity coach Brad Sherman (back, far left) welcomes his first team to the floor.

The Wolf JV girls are a scrappy band of warriors.

   Seniors dominate the boys roster, with (l to r) Joey Lippo, Hunter Downes, Ariah Bepler, Cameron Toomey-Stout, Kyle Rockwell, Hunter Smith and Ethan Spark.

It’s every grandma’s favorite event – picture day.

Wanderin’ photo man John Fisken slid by the Coupeville High School gym recently to snag individual and group shots of every Wolf player in attendance.

Then he was nice enough to slip me a bunch of them.

Along with four team photos, and two collections of seniors, I used a random number generator to pluck two head-shots for use.

That means Ema Smith and Sage Downes beat the odds. So, they got that going for them, which is nice.

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   Junior Dane Lucero is one of 18 Wolf football players to letter this season. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

   Senior QB Hunter Downes, here making the great getaway, received Offensive MVP honors at Saturday’s team awards banquet.

A season of pain ended on a positive note.

With all the many injuries sustained this year now in the process of healing, the Coupeville High School football squad gathered Saturday to toast its accomplishments.

Wolf QB Hunter Downes, who broke the school’s career touchdown passes record, was named the Offensive MVP.

Also taking home hardware were seniors Cameron Toomey-Stout (Defensive MVP) and Julian Welling (Lineman of the Year) and juniors Shane Losey (Wolf Award) and Matt Hilborn (Special Teams MVP).

Earlier, Toomey-Stout was a three-time honoree when Olympic/Nisqually League coaches voted on All-Conference teams.

Camtastic was tabbed a First-Team player at both wide receiver and defensive back, while nabbing Second-Team props as a kick returner.

Downes was a Second-Team pick at QB, with Welling earning Honorable Mention on the defensive line.

At Saturday’s banquet, CHS head coach Jon Atkins handed letters to 18 players, with a third of those wrapping up a full four-year run in a Wolf uniform.

Letter winners (* indicates 4-year player):

Chris Battaglia
Hunter Downes
(*)
Matt Hilborn
Jake Hoagland

Teo Keilwitz
Gavin Knoblich
Ryan Labrador
Shane Losey
Dane Lucero
Andrew Martin
Tyler McCalmont
Jake Pease
Kyle Rockwell
Hunter Smith
(*)
Cameron Toomey-Stout
(*)
Sean Toomey-Stout
James Vidoni
(*)
Julian Welling
(*)

Certificate of Participation:

Trevor Bell
Dewitt Cole
Cameron Dahl
Dawson Houston
Brian Roberts
Ben Smith
Gavin Straub

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   Wolf senior Cameron Toomey-Stout, here hugging lil’ sis Maya after his final home game, was honored three times by league coaches. (Beth Stout photo)

Camtastic went out with a bang.

In a football season where Coupeville lost almost all of its stars to injury, senior Cameron Toomey-Stout was one of the few Wolves to stay healthy and explosive all year.

And now he’s been rewarded for the stellar numbers he put up on both sides of the ball, being tabbed to the Olympic/Nisqually League’s All-Conference team three times.

Toomey-Stout earned First-Team honors as a receiver and defensive back, while also netting Second-Team honors as a kick returner.

Two of his fellow seniors, Hunter Downes and Julian Welling, also received props when the coaches of the eight-team league got together to hash out the season.

Downes, who broke his school’s career record for touchdown passes, was a Second-Team selection at quarterback, while Welling was an Honorable Mention pick for his work on the defensive line.

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   Allison Wenzel juggles academics, music and athletics, and is the one CHS senior girl still on target to play a sport in all 12 seasons. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

   Keeping limber helps Hunter Downes as he joins Wenzel in the chase of perfection.

Season after season, the Wolves have been able to rely on Hunter Smith.

   Setting a strong example for lil’ sis Maya, Cameron Toomey-Stout has tackled every challenge which has come his way. (Beth Stout photo)

The Class of 2018 is committed.

As of the first day of basketball season Monday, four Coupeville High School seniors remain on target to complete the ultimate athletic mission – play a sport in all 12 seasons of their prep careers.

If Allison Wenzel, Hunter Downes, Cameron Toomey-Stout and Hunter Smith are able to stick the landing, the Class of 2018 would beat the Class of 2016 and 2017, combined.

Last year, Tiffany Briscoe and Lauren Grove were the only Wolves to complete the journey, while, two years ago, Jared Helmstadter was a lone hero.

Now, of course, pulling off the 12-for-12 run at CHS is a mix of skill, commitment, a love of basketball and a bit of luck.

If it wasn’t for an off-season leg injury which erased her entire junior volleyball campaign, Kyla Briscoe would also be on this list.

Downes, for one, has hurt himself numerous times, but, unlike Briscoe, he has always done it DURING the season, keeping his streak alive.

And you can’t underestimate the role basketball plays in any Wolf hitting the 12-for-12 run, as that’s the only sport the school offers in the winter.

Just off the top of my head, I can name at least two current CHS seniors who miss the list only because of a decision to skip a basketball season. One did it as a sophomore, while the other is electing not to play as a senior.

For now, though, the focus is firmly on the four-pack chasing perfection.

At a small school like CHS, you need athletes to play more than one sport. It’s a matter of bodies.

Wenzel, Camtastic and the Hunters have been at the forefront, giving their time and sweat season after season while also juggling academics and extracurricular activities.

They are upholding tradition, while setting the bar for young athletes coming up behind them.

Call them iron men or iron women, they have earned our praise.

 

The breakdown for each athlete, through winter 2017:

Hunter Downes – Football (4 seasons); basketball (4 seasons); track (2 seasons); soccer (1 season)

Hunter Smith – Football (4 seasons); basketball (4 seasons); baseball (3 seasons)

Cameron Toomey-Stout – Football (4 seasons); basketball (4 seasons); baseball (2 seasons); track (1 season)

Allison Wenzel – Volleyball (4 seasons); basketball (4 seasons); track (3 seasons)

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   Julian Welling sweet-talks the rival QB. “I like you, dude, I really do … but I’m still gonna have to body-slam you. It’s not personal, just business.” (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Coupeville’s cheer squad, the loudest ‘n proudest in the game.

Wolf QB Hunter Downes scans the defense, looking for an opening.

   Wolf cheerleader turned cheer coach Amanda Jones hangs out with her fearless daughter.

“Where do you think you’re going??”

Absolutely, positively up to shenanigans.

Camtastic being Camtastic.

“I … am … outta here!!”

He finally made it to town.

With his son Michael a starter for the Oak Harbor High School football team, wanderin’ photo man John Fisken hasn’t been seen in Coupeville during any football games.

Until this past Friday, when the Wolves lucked out thanks to OHHS holding its Homecoming game on a Thursday.

Camera(s) in hand, Fisken went right back to work, and the pics above are courtesy him.

To see a ton more action photos, pop over to the link below.

And, when you do, remember, purchases fund college scholarships for CHS senior student/athletes.

http://www.johnsphotos.net/Sports/2017-Coupeville-Football/2017-10-27-vs-Chimicum/

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