Posts Tagged ‘coaches’

Elizabeth Bitting leads off a look at CHS spring sports coaches. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

They are the guiding lights.

As spring sports play out, the men and women who have stepped up to be coaches at Coupeville High School are at the forefront of things.

In the pics above and below, a look at some of the often-unsung superstars who keep Wolf sports humming along.

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Brad Sherman wants to see your bright, shining face every Saturday. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Be part of building a strong basketball future for Central Whidbey.

The Coupeville Youth Basketball Association has had a high turnout of players, but now needs more coaches to keep things going.

The time commitment would be one practice per week, plus one game on Saturdays, and you’ll be working with players in K-5.

Prior coaching experience is not required.

“If you’ve never coached before and don’t consider yourself a basketball wizard… that’s OK!,” said Morgan White.

“We will be providing plenty of support, guidance, and direction to help along the way.”

For info or questions, contact the CYBA at coupeville.youth.basketball@gmail.com.

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The pitch calls.

The Central Whidbey Soccer Club is looking for volunteer coaches to run U10 boys and U12 girls teams.

No prior coaching experience is required.

If the CWSC is unable to find coaches by the end of the week, it will have to combine its boys and girls U10 and U12 programs, making both co-ed.

If interested in launching, or continuing, your coaching career, contact Bill Sites at vicepresident@centralwhidbeysoccer.com.

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Pitch mania sweeps Wolf Nation.

The Central Whidbey Soccer Club is currently registering players for its fall season, with all plans calling for a return to a normal season.

The rec soccer program is aimed at children who “desire to play soccer in a fun environment, with a level of competitiveness.”

Teams are offered for players from U6 to U15, with teams U10 and up playing games against clubs from North and South Whidbey.

Those contests are generally played on Saturdays in Coupeville, Oak Harbor or Langley.

Practices are in Coupeville, and are usually 2-3 times per week.

Registration closes September 1.

The club, which is run by volunteers, is also interested in adding new coaches.

Want to play? Want to coach? Want to help out in any way?

Pop over to Home (centralwhidbeysoccer.com) for more info.

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The view from a boat skimming local waters. (Photo property Rowing on Whidbey)

Rowing on Whidbey is on the lookout to add a coach.

The club, which promotes life on the water to athletes from novices to seasoned pros, is based out of Oak Harbor.

The following was posted Thursday afternoon on Facebook:

Coach needed for fledgling club in paradise.

Whidbey Island is sheltered from most of the local rains by a rain shadow formed by the Olympic Mountains.

Temperatures are moderated by the surrounding waters of Puget Sound. The views are amazing and marine wildlife abounds.

There are a number of novice rowers just waiting to absorb all you can teach them. Send a message for more details!!


To contact ROW:

(360) 682-8222


Rowing on Whidbey (rowonwhidbey.org)

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