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Coupeville Athletic Director Willie Smith, the hardest-working man in sports entertainment during the Age of Coronavirus, awaits the buzz of his phone signaling another schedule change. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Scritch-scratch, scritch-scratch, the pencil continues to mark up the schedule.

Pandemic concerns have erased three more games from the fall sports campaign, with Coupeville High School volleyball losing two matches, and boys soccer one game.

In the world of spikes and sets, both Darrington and La Conner have put their programs into two-week quarantines following positive Covid cases.

That means Coupeville x’s out a road trip to La Conner April 29, and a home match against Darrington May 1.

Over on the soccer pitch, the Wolf boys were scheduled to head to Grace Academy in Marysville Wednesday, but the Eagles announced Tuesday they couldn’t play.

From a quick look at the Grace Academy schedule, the school has eliminated its next three matches.

And we roll on, pencil in hand, eraser(s) at the ready, here in the Age of Coronavirus.

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Kylie Chernikoff set career highs in kills and digs Saturday against Mount Vernon Christian. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Maddie Vondrak (left) and Lucy Tenore (10) rise up to finish off a point.

Every kill, every dig, every hustle play.

They all count when it comes times to adding up stats, as shown in the numbers below.

Giving us a snapshot of the Coupeville High School varsity volleyball squad through April 20, the numbers reflect four matches having been played in this pandemic-altered season.

Coupeville’s most-recent match, a five-set thriller against Mount Vernon Christian, enabled the Wolves to rack up some big numbers.

Sophomore Maddie Georges set career highs against the Hurricanes, with 46 assists and 11 digs, while seniors Kylie Chernikoff and Chelsea Prescott also put up best-ever numbers.

Chernikoff went off for 24 spikes and 10 digs while rumbling with MVC, with Prescott racking up 23 kills and 14 digs.

“It was a fun match to be a part of and watch this team work through,” said Wolf coach Cory Whitmore. “They had to find it within themselves to dig deep and adjust, as well as find the emotional and physical energy within as well.

“Proud of this team and their resiliency and very much looking forward to continuing to grow.”

 

Season stats:

 

Player Sets Kills Digs Blocks Assists Aces Points
Alita Blouin
Ryanne Knoblich 14 2 22 0.5 2 4.5
Maddie Vondrak 14 29 8 1.5 1 31.5
Gwen Gustafson 2 1
Maddie Georges 14 2 22 0.5 108 2.5
Chelsea Prescott 14 47 42 1.0 1 16 64.0
Lucy Tenore 10 6 4 1.0 8 15.0
Jill Prince 9 10 1 2.0 12.0
Kylie Chernikoff 14 41 31 2 3 44.0
Jaimee Masters 13 1 29 5 3 4.0
Abby Mulholland 11 5 3 0.5 1 3 8.5

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Maddie Vondrak, comin’ right at you. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Let the spikes hit the floor, and the photos hit the internet.

Wanderin’ pic clicker John Fisken haunted the Coupeville High School gym Saturday, capturing the images seen above and below.

To marinate in everything his cameras caught, while pondering the possibility of purchasing some mementos, pop over to:

VB 2021-04-17 vs MVC – John’s Photos

 

Gwen Gustafson visualizes the ace she’s about to rip off.

Former CHS star Hope Lodell is back, but now she’s tracking the exploits of a new generation of spikers.

Kylie Chernikoff shows off her laser focus.

Isabel Johnson cranks up the power to 11.

One name, two legends. Emma Mathusek (left) and Emma Smith scope out the Wolf players trying to follow in their (large) footsteps.

Chelsea Prescott gets artful.

75% of the Kiel family follows their favorite sport. L to r, it’s Katie, Lanie, and Steve, while only Kacie is MIA.

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Makana being Makana. (Photo illustration by FocusHoops)

Right back where she belongs.

Coupeville grad Makana Stone has been almost a fixture on the National Basketball League Team of the Week in her first season playing basketball in England, a proper reward for her titanic two-way play.

And boom, another Tuesday rolls around, and there is she again.

This time out Stone, who reps Loughborough University these days, is being honored for a near triple-double thrown down this past Saturday in a win over Thames Valley.

The former Wolf racked up 13 points, 15 rebounds, and nine steals, while hitting a big bucket late to seal the victory for a Rider squad which is 10-4 overall, 10-2 with Stone in the lineup.

In a nice twist, one of the other honorees is sweet-shooting Mady Burdett, Stone’s former running mate for four sizzlin’ seasons at Whitman College.

Burdett now plays for Nottingham Trent and rippled the nets for 26 points, including six three-balls.

On the season, Stone sits with 185 points, 177 rebounds, 26 assists, 44 steals, and seven blocks.

Loughborough, which has four regular-season games left on its schedule, returns to action this Saturday, April 24, when it scraps with league cellar-dweller Cardiff Met.

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Noelle Daigneault leads off a collection of soccer pics. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

The sun was shining, and the cameras were clickin’.

Taking advantage of a balmy Saturday, the Coupeville High School girls soccer squad hosted Mount Vernon Christian, while wanderin’ photog John Fisken worked the sidelines.

The images above and below are courtesy him.

To see everything he captured, and possibly support his hobby with some purchases of glossy pics, pop over to:

GS 2021-04-17 vs MVC – John’s Photos

 

Mary Milnes

Reese Wilkinson

Genna Wright

Ava Mitten

Audrianna Shaw

Carolyn Lhamon

Nezi Keiper

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