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“We’re coming for all the wins! All of them, I said!!” (Allison Scarpo photos)

Adeline Maynes fires a laser.

They’re still very much in it to win it.

The Central Whidbey Little League Majors softball squad rallied Wednesday on its home field, crushing South Skagit 20-10 in a loser-out game at the District 11 all-star tournament.

The victory eliminates Skagit and sends the Wolves into the championship round for a rematch with Sedro-Woolley, which it lost to Tuesday.

Central Whidbey needs to win back-to-back games Thursday and Friday to earn a trip to the state tourney, while Sedro can get to the big dance with one more victory.

All games are set for Rhododendron Park, with 6 PM starts.

The Wolves attacked early and often against Skagit, raining down 10 hits while also eking out a steady series of walks.

Sydney Van Dyke slammed a double for the game’s big blow, with Capri Anter and Adeline Maynes both picking up a pair of singles.

Also collecting base-knocks were Ava Lucero, Rhylin Price, Emma Cushman, Cameron Van Dyke, and Amelia Crowder.

Chelsi Stevens dares the pitcher to try and get one past her.

Nine different Wolves scored, with Anter (4), Mayne (3), and the Van Dyke sisters (3 each) leading the way.

Haylee Armstrong and Lucero both tapped the plate twice apiece, with Chelsi Stevens, Price, and Cushman also coming around to score.

Alison Powers and Michelle Michaud round out the 12-player Wolf roster.

Stars of today, stars of tomorrow.

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Coupeville Middle School eighth grader Brynn Parker, celebrating a birthday today, is ready to light up the hardwood. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

It’s their gym now.

Coupeville Middle School girls basketball players are hard at work, prepping for their season opener.

That arrives Mar. 3, with Langley traveling up-Island to face off with the Wolves.

After that, CMS is on the road for three straight games, not returning to its own gym until Mar. 17.

The eight-game schedule concludes Mar. 31.

First-year Wolf coaches Kassie O’Neil and Kristina Forbes currently have 23 players, with 13 of those hoops stars hailing from sixth grade.

The roster:

 

Sixth Grade:

Isabella de Souza Oliveira
Rosie Lay
Willow Leedy-Bonifas
Ava Lucero
Taylor Marrs
Adeline Maynes
Rhylin Price
Laken Simpson
Chelsi Stevens
Tenley Stuurmans
Sydney Van Dyke
Elyse White
Marin Winger

 

Seventh Grade:

Capri Anter
Haylee Armstrong
Ava Carpenter
Lexis Drake
Melanie Wolfe

 

Eighth Grade:

Valeria de Jesus Merino
Brynn Parker
Kierra Thayer
Avery Williams-Buchanan
Liza Zustiak

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