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William Davidson gets stretched out as CHS football returns to practice. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Cameron Breaux hauls in a pass.

Mikey Robinett goes low to snag a ball.

Zane Oldenstadt feels the burn.

A Wolf receiver cuts upfield.

Josh Upchurch limbers up.

Tacklers to the left. Tacklers to the right. Which way do I go?

Dominic Coffman hits the jets.

They’re back in action. Sort of.

While the ongoing pandemic prevents games from being played until at least January, schools were allowed to bring athletes in for carefully-monitored practices starting Sept. 28.

Basically, it’s open gym time, a repeat of the out-of-season coaching period the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association normally allows in June and July.

Some areas, such as Kitsap county, are not taking part, but all three school districts in Island County are.

With Coupeville athletes participating, wandering photo guy John Fisken ended up in Central Whidbey, and the photos above are courtesy him.


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Koa Davison is the #4 scorer for the CHS varsity boys. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Fab frosh Maddie Georges is the #3 scoring option for a varsity girls team which sits at 10-5.

The buckets keep dropping.

Eight Coupeville High School basketball players have reached the 100-point club this season, with two — sophomore Hawthorne Wolfe and senior Mason Grove — having cracked the 200-point level.

As the Wolves prep for the final games of the regular season, a look at the various scoring races across Coupeville’s five hoops teams.


Varsity girls
(15 games):

Scout Smith – 126
Chelsea Prescott – 94
Maddie Georges – 69
Hannah Davidson – 56
Avalon Renninger – 56
Izzy Wells – 38
Carolyn Lhamon – 21
Tia Wurzrainer – 13
Kylie Van Velkinburgh – 10
Anya Leavell – 8
Mollie Bailey – 6
Audrianna Shaw – 6
Nezi Keiper – 2


Varsity boys
(16 games):

Hawthorne Wolfe – 213
Mason Grove – 201
Sean Toomey-Stout – 109
Koa Davison – 68
Jacobi Pilgrim – 61
Xavier Murdy – 59
Ulrik Wells – 58
Jered Brown – 52
Gavin Knoblich – 47
Jean Lund-Olsen – 10
Tucker Hall – 6
Daniel Olson – 2


JV girls
(13 games):

Alita Blouin – 82
Gwen Gustafson – 67
Ryanne Knoblich – 66
Ella Colwell – 47
Jessenia Camarena – 24
Savana Allen – 22
Abby Mulholland – 22
Audrianna Shaw – 22
Anya Leavell – 14
Natalie Castano – 11
Kylie Van Velkinburgh – 10
Morgan Stevens – 7
Mollie Bailey – 4
Heidi Meyers – 3
Samantha Streitler – 2


JV boys
(15 games):

Sage Downes – 138
Daniel Olson – 134
Grady Rickner – 125
Logan Martin – 113
Cody Roberts – 56
Alex Murdy – 54
Alex Jimenez – 36
Xavier Murdy – 33
TJ Rickner – 29
Miles Davidson – 28
Chris Cernick – 18
Andrew Aparicio – 10
Chris Ruck – 9


C-Team boys
(11 games):

Dominic Coffman – 68
Ty Hamilton – 53
Chris Cernick – 41
Brayden Coatney – 34
Alex Wasik – 27
Coen Killian – 19
Ben Smith – 17
Josh Upchurch – 13
Nick Armstrong – 12
Simon Shelley – 3
Andrew Aparicio – 2
Alex Murdy – 2
Caleb Sonntag – 2

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Ty Hamilton pumped in a team-high 10 points Tuesday night for Coupeville’s C-Team. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

They saved their best for last.

Playing with just seven guys Tuesday, and facing a very-strong foe, the Coupeville High School boys C-Team basketball squad got stronger as the game wore on.

While the Wolves fell 70-33 to visiting South Whidbey, the scrappy seven pumped in almost 50% of their offense in the fourth quarter, winning the final frame.

It’s positives like that which point to a strong future for Patrick Upchurch’s very-raw team, which sits at 2-9 on the season.

The Wolves get two more chances to rumble this season, with a home game Friday against Granite Falls, then a trip to Sultan Feb. 4.

Tuesday night, South Whidbey held an early 13-6 edge after one quarter of play, then put the game in the W column with 23-3 and 19-8 runs across the next two frames.

Coupeville rallied, however, scrambling to outscore the Falcons 16-15 in the fourth behind scoring from five of its seven players.

Freshman Ty Hamilton went off for six points in the final quarter, part of his team-high 10 on the night.

Everyone in uniform scored for Coupeville, with Dominic Coffman and Alex Wasik backing Hamilton up with six points apiece.

Coen Killian (4), Nick Armstrong (3), Brayden Coatney (2), and Josh Upchurch (2) also scored, with Armstrong netting his points on a three-ball.

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Gavin Knoblich plays big under the basket. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Alex Murdy fires a pass.

Deb Sherman gives some grandma love.

Dominic Coffman probes the defense.

Cody Roberts looks to dish.

CHS grads (l to r) Barbi Ford, Sherry Roberts, and Aimee Bishop still rule the gym.

Hawthorne Wolfe delivers another bucket.

Nick Armstrong slashes to the hoop.

Three games, two courts, eight photos.

We’re distilling Monday’s Coupeville High School boys basketball games down to that concise measurement.

The pics you just perused come to us from wanderin’ paparazzi John Fisken, but are just a small part of what he snapped.

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Nick Armstrong, seen during football season, scored six points Friday as Coupeville’s C-Team basketball squad battled South Whidbey. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Every time out, a positive.

A fairly-inexperienced band of Coupeville High School boys C-Team basketball players continue to show improvement, and Friday’s trip to Langley was no exception.

While the young Wolves fell 56-28 to host South Whidbey, it was one of their best offensive performances of the season.

Plus, a huge chunk of the points came from two guys who haven’t had much chance to put the ball in the hoop this season, always a good sign.

Friday night it was time for Nick Armstrong and Coen Killian to shine, and the duo came through, dropping in a season-high six points apiece.

Add a team-high eight points for go-go guard Dominic Coffman, six for inside enforcer Ben Smith — back in action after a sustained bout with illness — and two for Brayden Coatney, and the offensive attack was nicely-balanced.

While they didn’t score Friday, Coupeville also got strong work from Ty Hamilton, Caleb Sonntag, Josh Upchurch, and Alex Wasik.

The Wolf young guns are set to see tons of floor time this coming week, unless Mother Nature rears her vindictive head.

The C-Team hosts Cedar Park Christian Monday, travels to King’s Tuesday and CPC Friday, then plays a doubleheader in Granite Falls next Saturday.

The Wolves will face-off with both the host Tigers and Sultan that day.

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