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Coupeville cheerleader Emily Fiedler took a pie to the face Saturday, as she and her teammates raised funds for their trip to nationals. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Maya Toomey-Stout plunks Ja’Tarya Hoskins.

“I survived!”

Dawson Houston gives Fiedler a sweet treat.

Mica Shipley was the first to be pied.

Still standing, but a lot messier.

Shipley awaits her fate, being delivered by Natalie Hollrigel.

We have touchdown.

Tons of pie, but none to eat.

The Coupeville High School cheerleaders used the tasty treats for other purposes Saturday night, as they held a pie-in-the-face fundraiser.

The money goes to help the Wolves travel to nationals in Orlando.

After pulling in donations all day, the top three fundraisers — Ja’Tarya Hoskins, Mica Shipley, and Emily Fiedler — were smacked by their very-eager teammates and friends.

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A youth cheer camp originally planned for February 1 has been cancelled.

The plan was for Coupeville High School cheerleaders and coaches to teach students in grades K-8, with money raised going to help fund the Wolves trip to nationals.

For a fundraiser to be run through the school, and operated on school grounds, requires school board approval, however, something which was not in place.

With approval, which could have come at the January 27 school board meeting, any money raised by the camp would have still needed to go through the school’s ASB fund, and not been available for use prior to the trip to nationals.

The CHS cheerleaders are continuing various fundraisers on their own, and plan to replace the cheer camp with a community dinner or similar event.

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Wolf cheerleader Ella Bueler stalks the perfect pic. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

The Hawthorne Wolfe fan club gets vocal.

Phil Renninger commands the floor.

Where the action starts.

CHS band director Jamar Jenkins fires up the drum set.

The most-experienced scorer’s table staff in the biz.

CHS girls hoops guru Scott Fox (back) swaps tales with longtime coach turned Whidbey News-Times Sports Editor Jim Waller.

Former CHS volleyball stars Ashley Menges (far left) and Maya Toomey-Stout (second from right) discuss life.

Sometimes the real action is what happens between plays on the court.

Photographer John Fisken stays busy, even when the players on the court are taking a momentary pause, and the pics above capture those supplementary moments.

From cheerleaders moonlighting as paparazzi, to band directors sitting in for their drummers, to friends and former teammates reconnecting, it’s all part of the tapestry of CHS sports.

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Children in grades K-8 can learn about cheer from Wolf cheerleaders such as Marenna Rebischke-Smith. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

UPDATE — CAMP HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

You can kick off a new month with a big cheer.

The Coupeville High School cheerleaders are holding a youth cheer camp Saturday, February 1 for children in grades K-8.

The event runs from 12-3 PM in the CHS gym and costs $30, which includes a t-shirt, snack, and water for all participants.

Parents need to register their child online by Jan. 29 to ensure a t-shirt.

At the conclusion of the camp, participants will hold a parent showcase to show off what they’ve learned during the day, which will include a cheer, dance, and stunts.

All children should show up wearing “workout” attire.

For any questions, contact CHS cheer coach BreAnna Boon at Chscheer@outlook.com

To register your child, pop over to:

https://my-site-106275-102678.square.site/

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Raven Vick lays down a funky beat. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Lindsey (left) and Sherry Roberts, the only mother/daughter combo to have both won CHS Female Athlete of the Year honors.

Gabe Shaw plays a merry tune.

Kylie Van Velkinburgh’s fan club gets ready to get loud.

Sylvia Arnold (left) and Barbi Ford, possibly up to shenanigans.

Time to blow the roof off this place.

One set of bleachers, many emotions.

Wolf cheerleaders Sofia Peters (back) and Emily Fiedler kill time before their performance.

“When we’re in high school, we’re gonna rock this joint!”

The noise shall return.

Coupeville’s ongoing battle with snow has kept its high school gym fairly quiet this week.

That will change next week, barring any surprises from Mother Nature, when live basketball returns.

The Wolf boys welcome Cedar Park Christian to town Monday, January 20, then return to their home floor Saturday, Jan. 25 to face Port Townsend.

Both affairs are reschedules of games denied by weather, the former thanks to snow, the latter to wind.

While you wait to once again camp out on the rock-hard CHS bleachers, a look at those who might be joining you.

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