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Spring, when a young woman’s heart turns to playing outdoors. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

While this spring has featured more than its fair share of rain, wind, and typically chilly prairie temps, there have been a few sunrays in between.

When he’s not snapping pics of in-game action, photo whiz kid John Fisken has also turned his cameras to the side to document Coupeville fans.

The photos above and below are courtesy him.

To see much more, pop over to:

https://www.johnsphotos.net/

 

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Greg White passes on wisdom to the next generation. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

For every action, there is a reaction.

When he’s not focusing on the on-court action at basketball games, wanderin’ photographer John Fisken likes to swing his camera in the direction of those watching things unfold.

The pics above and below spring from recent Coupeville High School hoops contests against Mount Vernon Christian, and showcase a cross section of Wolf Nation.

Wolf JV basketball stars scope out the action.

“Put me in coach! I’m ready to fill the highlight reel.”

It’s not official until they say it is.

“Don’t make me come out there, cause I will break you in half if I do!”

Mckenna Somes and Lark Gustafson debate strategy.

A portion of the Xavier/Alex Murdy Fan Club prepares to get loud.

“You’re a superstar, Miss Lhamon. Accept it.”

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Hunter Smith leads off a look at CHS basketball coaches. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

A roster will help tell you who the players are, but the coaches don’t wear jerseys with numbers on them.

So, here you go, crisp photographic evidence of the men and women currently calling the shots for Coupeville High School basketball.

Which makes it easier next time you show up, autograph book in hand.

It’s a public service is what I’m saying.

Greg White

Megan Smith

Brad Sherman

Randy Bottorff

Scott Fox

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Jon Roberts is one of three CMS boys basketball coaches this season. (Photo by Ema Smith)

The seasons are a’changing.

It’s not just Daylight Savings Time, which is roaring up on us, but also the sounds of basketballs thunking against gym floors.

The Coupeville Middle School boys are the first ones to claim the hardwood, having opened practice Monday.

The 10-game Wolf schedule runs through Dec. 19, with the first game set for Nov. 13.

To peruse said schedule, pop over to:

http://www.nscathletics.com/index.php?pid=0.1009.10372.3.321

Greg White returns to coach, while Jon Roberts and Craig Anderson join him this time around.

Continuing a new trend started during volleyball season, the CMS hoops squads will not be divided up by grade, but by talent level.

Instead of 7th and 8th playing separately, there will be three teams — Level 1, 2, and 3 — with each squad featuring a mix of the two grades.

Two days into practice, the Wolf coaches have 26 players to draw upon.

While some may go, and some may show up late, here’s how things stand as of mid-Tuesday:

 

7th:

Jordan Bradford
Hunter Bronec
Hurlee Bronec
Carson Fields
Tavan Hughes
Jesus Madrigal
Jack Porter
Johnny Porter
Zander Pulliam
Landon Roberts
Nic Wasik

8th:

Ryan Blouin
Alex Clark
William Davidson
Logan Downes
JP Edoukou
Nathan Ginnings
Nick Guay
Justin Jansen
Harlan Mouw
Timothy Nitta
Zane Oldenstadt
Mikey Robinett
Quinten Simpson-Pilgrim
Chris Villarreal
Cole White

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Coupeville Middle School hoops star Ryan Blouin and friends return to the gym in two weeks. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

We’re kind of getting ahead of ourselves, but just barely.

While fall sports are still chugging along, with plenty of games left to play, we’re also just two weeks away from the start of Coupeville Middle School boys basketball.

CMS soccer and cross country wrap up Oct. 23, then, bam, five days later, the Wolf boys head to the gym, with the first practice set for Oct. 28.

Games begin Nov. 13, with the 10-game season running about five weeks, then there’s an almost two-month gap before the CMS girls get their crack at basketball.

When games start, the CMS boys play four of their first five away from Whidbey, but also get a three-game home-stand to close the season.

Also, following a new wrinkle which debuted during volleyball, the hoops teams won’t be divided into 7th and 8th grade teams, but will instead feature three squads, referred to as Level 1, 2, and 3.

The teams will play in a different order almost every time out, just to keep people guessing.

The Wolves will be coached by returning hoops guru Greg White and CMS newcomers Jon Roberts and Craig Anderson.

 

The schedule:

Wed-Nov. 13 — @King’s (3:15)
Thur-Nov. 14 — Northshore Christian Academy (3:15)
Mon-Nov. 18 — @Granite Falls (3:15)
Tues-Nov. 26 — @Sultan (3:30)
Mon-Dec. 2 — @Lakewood (3:15)
Wed-Dec. 4 — King’s (3:15)
Mon-Dec. 9 — @Northshore Christian Academy (3:30)
Wed-Dec. 11 — Sultan (3:15)
Mon-Dec. 16 — South Whidbey (3:15)
Thur-Dec. 19 — Granite Falls (3:15)

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