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Get your car washed Saturday and help support the basketball dreams of Wolf players like Hannah Davidson. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Do you want to disappoint Chelsea Prescott or Avalon Renninger or, heaven forbid, the captain herself, Scout Smith?

I didn’t think so.

There are a ton of talented players involved in the Coupeville High School girls basketball program, and they need your help as fundraising season rages.

The Wolves will be at People’s Bank (right behind the Coupeville Country Store on S. Main as you come off the highway) Saturday from 9:00-3:00, holding a car wash.

So, it’s a win-win for you.

Get your car lookin’ spiffy.

Help hard-working basketball players.

Keep the circle of life churning.

Easy-breezy.

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Twin terrors Raven (left) and Willow Vick and fellow Coupeville High School volleyball players are staging a Saturday car wash. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Banish the dirt, and help a good cause.

The Coupeville High School volleyball team is back at it Saturday, June 22, running a charity car wash to raise money for all things spiker-related.

The soap bubbles fly from 10-2:30 at Ebey Academy, which is located at 140 SE Terry Road, across from the high school and just down from Prairie Center Red Apple Market.

Your donations will benefit one of the most successful sports programs at CHS.

The Wolves are coming off a season in which they finished 11-5, second in the North Sound Conference behind just King’s, which finished 3rd at the 1A state tourney.

Before that, Coupeville won back-to-back Olympic League titles and went to state in 2017.

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   Wolf spikers (l to r) Scout Smith, Emma Mathusek, Emma Smith and Maya Toomey-Stout work hard, and play hard. (Photo courtesy Cory Whitmore)

They clean the outside, and inside, of every car! (Maria Reyes photo)

Rain, what rain?

Dodging the liquid sunshine Saturday, Coupeville High School volleyball players held a fundraising car wash, while also finding time to test out the snazzy vehicles already on site at Ebey Academy.

 

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All the pertinent details.

It’s a win for everyone involved.

Spiff up the town by having your car washed, while also helping boost Coupeville High School boys basketball.

The hoops stars will be out in force Saturday at Whidbey Island Bank (401 N. Main), scrubbing and buffing autos, with the proceeds funding summer league play for the Wolves.

The car wash runs 9 AM – 4 PM.

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   Get your car washed Saturday and you can help current Wolves enjoy summer basketball camp (and sand castle building) like Julia Myers did. (Amy King photo)

It’s a win-win.

You can get your car washed and help support the most successful girls basketball program on Whidbey Island in one fell swoop.

The three-time defending Olympic League champion Coupeville Wolves hoops squad will be at Whidbey Island Bank (401 N. Main) twice this month, brushes and hose in hand.

First up is a car wash this Saturday, May 13 from 10 AM – 2 PM, then they come back around Saturday, May 27 at the same locale.

The events are fundraisers to help pay for the girl’s trip to a team camp this summer.

The camp has been an invaluable experience in recent years for the Wolves, giving varsity and JV players a chance to bond and work on their skills while playing four days worth of games, with a little beach time thrown in to keep things lively.

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