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Maria Reyes and Co. keep the Coupeville Booster Club hummin’ right along. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Abbie Martin (left) and Leann Levitt sell Booster Club gear at a Wolf football game.

COVID-19 can’t keep the Coupeville Booster Club down.

The ongoing pandemic will prevent the group from hosting its annual athlete appreciation banquet, but that won’t stop the boosters from giving everyone a send-off.

The club is teaming with Coupeville High School coaches and Athletic Director Willie Smith, and will hand-out Wolves memorabilia to athletes Thursday, June 11 at the CHS gym.

Things start at 3:30 PM.

Booster Club members, coaches, and Smith will wear masks and gloves to protect themselves and students.

Athlete can get their memorabilia directly from their coaches, but have to maintain required social distance.

The give-away caps a busy, productive, and memorable school year for the Booster Club, which is also awarding scholarships to seven Wolves from the Class of 2020.

They are:

Natalie Hollrigel ($1,300)

Avalon Renninger ($1,000)
Lucy Sandahl ($1,000)
Gavin Straub ($1,000)
Maya Toomey-Stout ($1,000)
Sean Toomey-Stout ($1,000)
Ulrik Wells ($1,000)

The Coupeville Booster Club is comprised of parents, staff, alumni, friends, and businesses.

The club provides assistance to Coupeville athletic programs through volunteerism and financial support, while purchasing supplies, equipment, and capital items beyond what the school athletic budget provides.

Their objective is to support Coupeville athletic programs, its coaches and athletes, and to raise school and community spirit.

If you’d like to help support the Booster Club, contact them at coupevillebc@gmail.com.

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Gavin St Onge leads off a look at Coupeville High School football Senior Night portraits. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Jonathan Partida (24)

Dawson Houston (12)

Sean Toomey-Stout

Gavin Straub

Andrew Martin

Gavin Knoblich

The Magnificent Seven

Tis the season for senior salutes.

Friday night brought farewells for Coupeville High School football players and cheerleaders, followed by an 18-6 Wolf win over Anacortes.

That allowed the seven Class of 2020 gridiron giants to accomplish what so many seniors before them had missed out on – bringing home a winning season.

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Coupeville High School’s football squad got a taste of live action Friday at a five-team jamboree in Sedro-Woolley. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Gavin Straub, primed to explode and get all up in someone’s face.

“OK, that’s two votes for McDonald’s so far, and three for KFC… “

Gavin Knoblich wraps up a wayward runner.

The best dang managers in the game.

Wolf senior Andrew Martin comes rumbling up the middle, taking the first steps on his way to a 30-yard stroll to the end zone.

Ready to get rowdy.

Sean “The Torpedo” Toomey-Stout brings the heat.

Closer and closer, each snap one more step down the path.

The Coupeville High School football team sits just four days out from its season opener — Friday at home vs. Port Townsend — and all the wrinkles are being ironed out.

The Wolves got a taste of live action Friday when they traveled to Sedro-Woolley for a five-team jamboree, emerging with strong showings on both sides of the ball.

Strolling into town, then wandering away on a journey which eventually brought him (and his camera) back to Whidbey, was paparazzi to the stars John Fisken.

The pics seen above are a taste of what he shot.

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And, as we head into a new school year, a reminder that a percentage of all purchases comes back around.

Fisken hands out a pair of scholarships to CHS senior student/athletes at the end of the year, financed by photo sales.

So, basically, the circle of life kicks in when you buy some glossies for grandma.

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Sean Toomey-Stout pulls in a pass Thursday as Coupeville High School football hosts Concrete in a spring scrimmage. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Carolyn Lhamon (left) and Melanie Navarro swing by to support their classmates.

Gabe Shaw (65) holds off the pass rush.

Sun’s out, guns out for Wolf mom Deb Smith.

CHS quarterback Dawson Houston limbers up his throwin’ arm.

Miles Davidson enjoys a refreshing drink on the sidelines.

Wolf head coach Marcus Carr likes what he sees.

Small in numbers, strong in heart.

G3 on the move. Gavin Straub takes the hand-off from Houston and gets ready to rumble.

Two sets of uniforms on the field is always better than one.

As Coupeville High School football plows through spring practices, the chance to scrimmage with other teams mixes things up a bit.

After playing at Mount Vernon earlier, the Wolves welcomed Concrete to Whidbey Thursday for a final inter-squad fling.

Along for the ride was photographer John Fisken, who snapped the pics seen above.

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Cameron Dahl reps the new CHS football uniforms. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Miles Davidson

Your 2018 Wolf gridiron squad.

Gavin Straub

Xavier Murdy

Football is first up.

The fall sports season officially kicks off Friday, when the Coupeville High School gridiron squad heads to Port Townsend for a non-conference game.

Kick-off is 7 PM on the mainland and the Wolves enter the new season with a small, but scrappy, 19-man crew.

As you count down the hours, take a gander at the few, the brave, the committed.

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