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Birthday boy Bobby Carr leads off a collection of CHS coach pics. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Nine out of 11 ain’t bad.

We’re kicking off a new week with a photographic look at Coupeville High School coaches, though we’re missing two.

That’s because I already used soccer guru Kyle Nelson’s pic earlier this season.

And, for whatever reason, I’ve never seen head shots for this year’s Wolf cross country squad, which rules out trail queen Paige Spangler.

At least for now.

But the other nine coaches, covering volleyball, cheer, football, and boys soccer, are here, and awaiting — in alphabetic order — your perusal.

Brett Casey

Tara Crouch

Ashley Menges

Jennifer Morrell

Bennett Richter

Alex Turner

Cory Whitmore

Robert Wood

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You can honor Coupeville coaches such as soccer guru Kyle Nelson. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Give them a pat on the back.

The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association and the U.S. Army are teaming up to recognize and reward outstanding coaches in the state.

The honors are tied to National Coaches Day, which is Oct. 6.

Both head coaches and assistant coaches are eligible, and the first step is for the public to nominate these men and women.

Nominations are accepted through Sept. 30.

Coaches honored should possess some of these core values:

Loyalty
Duty
Respect
Selfless Service
Honor
Integrity
Personal Courage

 

To nominate a coach, pop over to:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/27HQMMP

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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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