Posts Tagged ‘Chloe Marzocca’

Bryley Gilbert launches a floater. (Jackie Saia photo)

They’ve got the place covered from every angle.

Coupeville High School’s yearbook staff has been firing on all cylinders this year, with basketball the latest sport to bring out the click-happy paparazzi.

The pics above and below come to us courtesy yearbook teacher Jackie Saia and CHS students Chloe Marzocca and Andrew Williams and capture all four Wolf hoops teams in action.

“Put me in coach and I shall go medieval on their fannies.” (Chloe Marzocca photo)

Gwen Gustafson slices past a defender. (Andrew Williams photo)

Alex Murdy prepares for impact. (Andrew Williams photo)

Kierra Thayer rumbles in the paint. (Jackie Saia photo)

The moment the UFO descends from the clouds. (Chloe Marzocca photo)

Maddie Georges surveys the defense. (Andrew Williams photo)

Nothing but net. (Andew Williams photo)

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Chloe Marzocca and friends continue to dominate the volleyball court. (Delanie Lewis photo)

Let the spikes hit the floor.

The Whidbey Island Volleyball Club U18 squad, which features nine Coupeville players, kicked off tournament play Sunday in Tacoma.

Even with Wolf big hitters Lucy Tenore and Grey Peabody sitting this one out, the Island team finished in a tie for 9th place out of 22 teams at the PJVBC Winter Classic.

Whidbey opened pool play by losing a three-set thriller to NW Juniors UA Black, falling 25-17, 25-23, 24-25.

Powered by their Coupeville spikers, the squad then rallied to beat Momentum Tsunami 25-19, 25-23, 23-25, earning second-place in its pool.

Advancing to the single-elimination gold bracket, Whidbey fell 25-12, 25-16 to Rainier U18 Summit.

The Island team features one South Whidbey player, three from Oak Harbor, and nine from Cory Whitmore’s Coupeville High School program.

Chloe Marzocca, Madison McMillan, Taylor Brotemarkle, Katie Marti, Mia Farris, Jada Heaton, Taygin Jump, Tenore, and Peabody rep the Wolves.

Mia Farris is here to destroy you. (Jackie Saia photo)

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Wolf lineman Casey Masters leads off a group of fall sports portraits. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Freeze frame, we want to peer into your soul.

Today’s collection of fall sports portraits, shot by John Fisken, cover Wolf soccer, volleyball, and football.

Joshua Lujan

Aby Wood

Monroe Myles

Brenna Silveira

Gwen Crowder

Henry Ohme

Dane Hadsall

Chloe Marzocca

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Dressed for success. (Chloe Marzocca photos)

A new photo star emerges.

Chloe Marzocca joins a strong group of Coupeville High School yearbook students working the sidelines at games this fall.

And now her photographic work, along with that of Helen Strelow, Brenn Sugatan, Bailey Thule, and Delanie Lewis, graces the digital pages of Coupeville Sports.

Marzocca, who balances her shooting schedule with her time as part of the CHS volleyball squad, shot the pics above and below at the most recent Wolf girls soccer game.

Edie Bittner (3) denies easy access to the goal.

The Wolves take a lap during warmups.

Bittner and Isabella Gaspio (11) double-team a potential shooter.

Volleyball aces Madison McMillan (in hat) and Jada Heaton support their pitch-loving classmates.

Jackie Contreras (15) chases down a Mount Vernon Christian sharpshooter.

Nezi Keiper stands strong.

Carolyn Lhamon (12) prepares to launch the ball on a long journey.

Sophia Broderick (23) and teammates work the welcoming line during pregame introductions.

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Chloe Marzocca leads off a collection of CHS softball portraits. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Never too late for portrait day.

The Coupeville High School JV softball squad wraps its season this Saturday with games at Blaine, but first, photos!

Edie Bittner

Camryn Clark

Alondra Cruz

The squad hangs out with coach Katrina McGranahan.

Jada Heaton

Maya Nottingham

Candace Meek

Katie Marti

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