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Logan Downes refuses to let any pesky basketballs get away. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

CMS 7th grade coach Greg White makes a plea to hot-shooting guard Ryan Blouin. “I need you to make it rain all day!”

Coupeville’s feisty 8th grade squad.

Blouin, seconds away from making the bottom of the net pop.

Ty Hamilton leads the charge up-court.

The next generation arrives, as the Wolf 7th graders make their debut.

Dominic Coffman gets ready to break some fools in half.

8th grade coaches Mikayla Elfrank and DeAndre Mitchell share a laugh with the bench.

The gym is alive with the sound of squeaking shoes.

Basketball has returned to Coupeville, and Monday’s middle school opener brought out a large crowd of fans and a handful of those working for their suppers.

One of the latter was paparazzi to the stars John Fisken, who worked every angle of the court, firing away with an assortment of cameras.

The pics seen above are but a small taste, however.

If you want to see everything he shot, and possibly purchase some glossies for Grandma, pop over to:

https://www.johnsphotos.net/Sports/Coupeville-Basketball-2018-2019-boys-and-girls/MSBBB-2018-11-05-vs-Kings/

And, when you go, remember that purchases help fund scholarships for CHS senior student/athletes.

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Dominic Coffman forced a fumble and recovered another one Thursday afternoon in Sultan. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Find positives and build on them.

That’s one of the goals for the Coupeville Middle School football coaching staff as it tries to hold a very-thin Wolf roster together, while also teaching and building for the future.

Thursday afternoon in Sultan, CMS fell 30-0 and lost starting QB Nathan Ginnings to a broken arm, but the Wolves scrambled.

They moved Scott Hilborn under center and let him create, they moved a couple of players into positions they hadn’t played before, and they continued to play scrappy, opportunistic ball.

“The bright side is we stopped all their extra points,” said Coupeville coach Brett Casey. “Our defense played great.”

While the Wolves were beaten twice on big pass plays (“we had great coverage, they just had a little better play”), they forced three turnovers.

William “The Cornish Game Hen” Davidson and Dominic “The Dominator” Coffman forced fumbles, with Mike Robinett, Josh Upchurch and Coffman snatching up the loose balls.

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