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Teagan Calkins needs a second. Scroll down to the end of the story. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Action on the floor, action off the floor.

Opening night for Coupeville High School basketball brought four games, plenty of photographers working the sideline, and spirit to spare.

The pics above and below come to us courtesy John Fisken.

To see everything he shot, pop over to:

 

Girls basketball:

https://www.johnsphotos.net/Sports/Coupeville-Basketball-2022-2023/GBB-2022-11-30-at-South-Whidbey/

 

Boys basketball:

https://www.johnsphotos.net/Sports/Coupeville-Basketball-2022-2023/BBB-2022-11-30-at-South-Whidbey/

Coupeville hoops fans (l to r) Sofia Peters, Lucy Tenore, and Cameron Gates open the season in style.

JV hoops guru Kassie O’Neil imparts wisdom to her young warriors.

Wolf cheer, ready to raise the roof.

Alita Blouin would greatly appreciate it if you all would stop breathing on her.

Melanie Navarro (in hand pants) leads the Wolf faithful.

Wolves (l to r) Peter Bieda, Kai Wong, and Josh Upchurch form a wall of cheer.

“Told ya! Ready to go kick some fanny!!”

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Gavin Knoblich swung by the South Whidbey gym Wednesday night to watch lil’ sis Ryanne destroy fools. (Photo courtesy Mariah Madsen)

Basketball is back, and everyone has a camera.

A click-click here, a click-click there, everywhere a click-click.

Today’s pics, a mix of hoops and cheer team action, come to us courtesy moms – the backbone of Wolf Nation.

Jack Porter slashes to the hoop. (Morgan White photo)

Kassidy Upchurch hangs out with mom. (Photo courtesy Brittany Kolbet)

Hunter Smith lays down the law. (Morgan White photo)

Alex Murdy gets some hang time. (Morgan White photo)

Josh Upchurch helps a fellow cheerleader reach for the roof. (Morgan White photo)

Chase Anderson makes magic. (Morgan White photo)

Josh Upchurch and fellow Wolf football star Kai Wong form the wrecking crew. (Photo courtesy Brittany Kolbet)

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Wolf cheerleaders Ember Light (left) and Makenna Jonker-Chambers are ready to rock the gym. (Delanie Lewis photo)

Is the gym ready for them?

Coupeville High School cheerleaders have left the football sideline and are headed indoors for basketball season, with 23 athletes listed on their roster.

That includes the addition of several male cheerleaders who have joined Wolf coach Jennifer Morrell’s team for the winter season.

The roster as it stands today:

Sofia Bharati
Peter Bieda
Abbigail Bond
Alysia Burdge
Lynn Cosner
Lucy Crouch
Hayley Fiedler
Melanie Foley
Miley Gerber
Makenna Jonker-Chambers
Ember Light
Carlota Marcos-Cabrillo
Gracie McFarlin
Emma Morano
Pamela Morrell
Valentina Nadela
Marz Safford
Isabella Schooley
Maylin Steele
Hayley Thomas
Josh Upchurch
Avery Williams-Buchanan
Kai Wong

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Lynn Cosner earned Coupeville cheer’s Spirit Award. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Everyone was a winner.

Coupeville High School’s cheer squad put a cap on its fall season Friday night, handing out awards and letters to 21 athletes.

Karyme Castro and Lucy Crouch were honored for their work as co-captains, while the latter also earned the Wolf Award.

Other big winners included Lynn Cosner (Spirit Award), Sofia Bharati (Most Improved), and Makenna Jonker-Chambers (Coach’s Award).

Lucy Crouch joined Karyme Castro as team captains.

 

Varsity letter winners:

Sofia Bharati
Abbigail Bond
Alysia Burdge
Karyme Castro
Lynn Cosner
Lucy Crouch
Hayley Fielder
Miley Gerber
Makenna Jonker-Chambers
Ember Light
Carlota Marcos-Cabrillo
Gracie McFarlin
Emma Morano
Pamela Morrell
Valentina Nadela
Marz Safford
(mascot)
Isabella Schooley
Hayley Thomas
Riley White
(mascot)
Avery Williams-Buchanan

 

Participation certificate:

Melanie Hoesman-Foley

 

Other awards:

Sofia Bharati “Best Rally”


Abbigail Bond
“Courageous Climber”
“Despite not having been a flyer before, Abbigail showed great courage in practice and performance, always being willing and eager.”

 

Alysia Burdge “That’s Great! I Love It!”
“For her perseverance, great attitude, and spirit.”

 

Karyme Castro “Brave Back Spot”

 

Hayley Fielder “Cheer Sister”
“Her constant willingness to lead and mentor her fellow teammates, as well as support them, is immeasurable.”

 

Miley Gerber “Fierce Flyer”
“She has made incredible strides, overcoming obstacles, and always working hard with enthusiasm.”

 

Melanie Hoesman-Foley “Perserverance Award”

 

Ember Light “Firecracker Award”
“For being a powerhouse packed with energy and enthusiasm, and always being ready to break it down.”

 

Carlota Marcos-Cabrillo “Animadora Maravillosa” and “Superior Snacker”

 

Gracie McFarlin “Excellent Encourager”

 

Emma Morano “Cheerleader Internazionale”

 

Pamela Morrell “GOAT Award”
“For being one of the greatest cheerleaders we have had the pleasure of coaching. It has absolutely nothing to do with the fact she is a goat and chicken whisperer.”

 

Valentina Nadela “Terrific Top”

 

Marz Safford “Gino Award”
“For being like Gino — Goodhearted, Intuitive, Nice, and Optimistic!”

 

Isabella Schooley “Marcus Award”
“For being the Most Awesome Radiant Cheerleading Ultimate Slayer.”

 

Hayley Thomas “110% Award”

 

Riley White “Winnie Award”
“For her outstanding performance as the Winnie the Wolf mascot.”

 

Avery Williams-Buchanan — “Loud & Proud”

Hayley Thomas brings her full energy, every game.

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Carlota Marcos-Cabrillo leads off a collection of Wolf cheer snaps. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

The games are done, but there’s still a few fall sports pics left to be revealed.

Saturday’s state playoff football game between Coupeville and Onalaska provided shutterbugs plenty of photo ops.

The collection seen here showcases Wolf cheerleaders and was snapped by wanderin’ paparazzi John Fisken.

Miley Gerber

Pamela Morrell

Valentina Nadela

Wolf coaches Tara Crouch (left) and Jennifer Morrell

Isabella Schooley

Makenna Jonker-Chambers

Emma Morano

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