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Coupeville High School cheerleaders help a young star reach the skies back in 2019. (BreAnna Boon photo)

Junior cheer is back.

Coupeville High School is reviving its program to introduce elementary school students to the world of vocal gridiron support.

Wolves in grades K-5 are eligible, with registration set to run Aug. 20-Sept. 15.

All proceeds go to benefit the CHS cheer program.

Parents and guardians can register their young cheerleaders by going to https://coupevillesoc.com/.

Cost is $65 per student, with each young athlete receiving a sweatshirt and pom poms to keep.

Practices will be held Thursdays at the Coupeville Elementary School multipurpose room on Sep. 15, 22, and 29, as well as Oct. 6.

The young cheerleaders will join their CHS counterparts for a halftime performance Friday, Oct. 7 during a home game against Bellingham.

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Coupeville High School cheerleaders raise the roof in the Tacoma Dome in the ’90s. (Photos property Spirit of Cheer Booster Club)

Hail the present. Honor the past. Build for the future.

The only Coupeville High School sports program to own a team state title is doing all of that, with a little help from its alumni.

Wolf cheerleaders have a strong support crew, and their accomplishments are being documented through a multi-media approach.

The Spirit of Cheer Booster Club has a web site, as well as pages on Instagram and Facebook, where photos are being posted and memories immortalized.

The modern-day Wolf cheer crew works the festival circuit.

The mission?

“Coupeville cheer alumni leveraging their passion and experience to champion the next generation of cheerleaders.”

In that vein, the site offers the promise of junior cheer being offered this fall, when CHS cheer returns to the sidelines to kick off a new school year.

To follow Wolf cheer in all its forms, pop over to:

https://coupevillesoc.com/

https://www.instagram.com/spiritofcheerbooster/

https://www.facebook.com/spiritofcheerbooster

A flashback to past glory featuring Wolf legends Julia Felici (left) and Mekare Bowen.

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CHS cheerleader Pamela Morrell brings the spirit at a basketball game. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Thus ends the winter awards season.

The Coupeville High School cheer squad handed out awards and letters Friday night, following on the heels of Wolf basketball teams and putting an exclamation point on things.

Samantha Streitler, the team’s lone senior, received the Wolf Award, while she and Hayley Fiedler were honored for their work as co-captains.

Other awards went to Lucy Crouch (Spirit Award), Hayley Thomas (Coaches Award), and 8th grader Avery Williams-Buchanan (Most Improved).

Hayley Fiedler ascends to the heavens.

Varsity letter winners:

Lucy Crouch
Hayley Fiedler
Brielle Haury
Pamela Morrell
Isabelle Schooley
Samantha Streitler
Hayley Thomas
Avery Williams-Buchanan

Wolf cheerleaders wait for the music to drop.

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Caleb Meyer and dad Frank snap a two-man selfie before the Coupeville High School boys basketball team hits the road for the 2B state tournament.

When it’s been 34 years between trips, people tend to get excited.

The Coupeville High School boys basketball team left for Spokane, and the state tourney, Tuesday morning, the first such trek for the program since 1988.

Before the Wolves blew out of Cow Town and hit the open road, they got a send-off from classmates, parents, fans, teachers, and — loudest of all — the local elementary school kids.

Soak it in. No one can say for sure when that next trip will come.

The first few moments on the bus, before everyone gets stir crazy. (Photo by JohnPhotos.net)

For the first time since 1988, that’s where the Wolf boys are headed. (Angie Downes photo)

The CHS cheerleaders are making the trip to Spokane as well. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

The Cole White Fan Club is strong. (Morgan White photo)

The bus awaits. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Jonathan Valenzuela runs the gauntlet of well-wishers. (Morgan White photo)

Elementary school students lined the road to root on their hoops heroes as they left town. (Deb Sherman photo)

The Wolves carry memories of their late, much-loved hoops teammate Bennett Boyles with them. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

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Pamela Morrell gets the crowd fired up. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Their excitement can’t be denied.

The Coupeville High School winter cheer squad continues to bring the noise and the spirit each game, even as its numbers fluctuate due to Covid protocols.

Wanderin’ photo clicker John Fisken captured the Wolves in action during a recent home game, and the pics above and below are courtesy him.

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