Posts Tagged ‘CHS Wolves’

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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Howl of the wolf. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Time to join the movement.

The Coupeville Booster Club has launched its membership drive and would love to hear from you.

By signing on the dotted line — and there are multiple levels of commitment you can choose from — you’ll join an organization made up of parents, staff, alumni, friends, and businesses.

The booster club provides financial and emotional assistance to athletic programs at the high school, middle school, and in the community.

From purchasing supplies and equipment, to awarding scholarships, to volunteering at events, members have a huge positive impact on Wolf athletes, while raising school spirit.

With CHS hosting its Homecoming celebration today — parade at 3:00 PM, football game at 6:00 — it’s the perfect time to provide another link in the chain with your support.


For more info and to join, pop over to:


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Coupeville grad Joey Lippo (far left) models the latest in college golf attire. (Photo property University of Maine at Presque Isle)

The Wolf is hunting eagles.

Coupeville grad Joey Lippo is pulling double duty at the University of Maine at Presque Isle, playing for the school’s baseball and golf squads.

His best performance as a college duffer came Thursday, when he topped the Owls scoring chart at the Mariner Invitational at Augusta, Maine.

Lippo carded an 88 on the 6,214-yard course, his best round at UMPI.

The Owls placed fifth in the team standings, with Thomas College holding off the field to claim the crown.

Lippo and Co. play twice this weekend, facing off with Husson University Saturday, before joining the SMCC Invitational Sunday.

The season wraps with the North Atlantic Conference Championships Oct. 8-9 in Waterville.

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Landon Roberts flies through the woods. (Jackie Saia photos)

This time they got to run.

A week after the original event was postponed due to a lack of ferry service, the Coupeville High School cross country team finally made it to Orcas Island Wednesday.

While there, the Wolves faced off with Mount Vernon Christian and the host Vikings, acquitting themselves quite nicely.

CHS senior Mitchell Hall won the boys race, with his closest rival on the 5,000-meter course being teammate Carson Field.

Claire Mayne was Coupeville’s top female runner on the day, claiming third place.

Claire Mayne zips along.

The Wolves now have a gap on their schedule, not competing again until Saturday, Oct. 8.

That day they’re planning to join the hubbub at the 40th annual Hole in the Wall Cross Country Invitational at Lakewood High School.


Wednesday’s results:



Claire Mayne (3rd) 24:16.80
Helen Strelow (10th) 31:18.70
Reagan Callahan (11th) 31:20.60



Mitchell Hall (1st) 19:14.80
Carson Field
(2nd) 20:12.90
Thomas Strelow 
(8th) 21:14.40
Landon Roberts
(9th) 21:21.10
George Spear (15th) 22:02.90
Tate Wyman (16th) 22:27.60
Preston Howard (23rd) 23:46.20
Ezekiel Allen (24th) 23:48.80

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Marquette Cunningham (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

The young guns are ready for their close-ups.

First-year Coupeville High School football head coach Bennett Richter has eight freshmen on a 32-man roster this season.

Toss in two eighth graders, Davin Houston and Dylan Robinett, who are working with the team while they await the arrival of their high school gridiron eligibility, and it’s a strong group.

Five of those eight frosh have made their debut on the stat sheet already this season, led by Aiden O’Neill and Chase Anderson, who have each been involved in a touchdown celebration.

The size of the group is remarkable for a school which no longer has a middle school gridiron program and has to hope Coupeville kids travel up to Oak Harbor to participate in Whidbey’s only youth football program.

The photos above and below capture eight of the 10 young stars.

O’Neill is missing, as we already used his portrait after he snagged his debut TD catch, and Devinion Hill was apparently not part of the photo shoot from where these pics originated.

Alexander Stinnett

Ezra Boilek

Malachi Somes

Davin Houston

Zachary Neiman

Dylan Robinett

Chase Anderson

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