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Issabel Johnson leads off a collection of CMS girls basketball pics. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Taylor Brotemarkle looks for an open teammate.

Grey Peabody

Coupeville’s Level 1 squad, which opened with a big win.

Lauren Marrs ponders launching a long three-ball.

Kassidy Upchurch

Brionna Blouin gets a bucket in the paint.

Lyla Stuurmans prepares to drop some rough ‘n tumble old-school defense on anyone foolish enough to challenge her.

A new season dawns.

The Coupeville Middle School girls basketball program kicked off the 2020 campaign Thursday, and wanderin’ paparazzi John Fisken was there to capture the action.

The pics seen above are courtesy him, but are just a small portion of all he shot.

To see everything captured by his camera, and possibly purchase some memories, pop over to:

https://www.johnsphotos.net/Sports/Coupeville-Basketball-2019-2020/MSGBB-2020-02-06-vs-Northshore-Christian/

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Skylar Parker and her CMS volleyball teammates closed their season Tuesday at Lakewood. (Photos by JohnnPhotos.net)

Olivia Schaffeld was one of many Wolves to showcase their talent this season.

It’s the end of the season, but not the end of the road.

The Coupeville Middle School volleyball squads wrapped up play Tuesday with a trip to Lakewood to face a big-school rival which feeds a large 2A high school.

While the young Wolves were swept, there were bright spots, with the #1 CMS team taking a set and the #3 team pushing their hosts hard in two of three sets.

Plus, with another season of middle school ball under their belts, the Coupeville players are a year closer to joining the high school program, and bringing all their talent with them.

How the season finale played out, according to the stat sheets (if I’m reading them correctly):

 

Level 1:

Coupeville’s top squad is mostly made up of 7th graders who have spent their season learning under fire against teams dominated by 8th graders.

Tuesday, the Wolves pushed Lakewood hard, before falling 25-11, 23-25, 15-10, leaving their final record at a deceptive 1-9.

Olivia Schaffeld went out with a bang, bringing home 14 points on her serve for CMS, while Mia Farris (8), Grey Peabody (7), and Savina Wells (6) also sparkled.

Joining them on the scoring chart were Taylor Brotemarkle (5), Chloe Marzocca (3), Lyla Stuurmans (2), and Katie Marti (1).

 

Level 2:

The Wolves came up short, dropping a 25-19, 25-5, 15-7 decision, but finished with the best record of Coupeville’s three teams at 6-4.

Madison McMillan, who was a vocal leader for CMS all season, tallied eight points, while Aby Wood brought seven home.

Also scoring were Jada Heaton (4), Allison Nastali (4), Brionna Blouin (2), Skylar Parker (2), Kaitlyn Leavell (2), Ava Mitten (1), Laila Wenzel (1), and Issabel Johnson (1).

 

Level 3:

Coupeville came strong, but couldn’t quite topple Lakewood in a 25-20, 25-11, 15-13 royal rumble.

The young guns, who finished 1-9, were led by Bailey Thule’s eight points and Jackie Contreras’s seven, while Maryah Love, Gabriella Becktell, and Bryley Gilbert tossed in six apiece.

Jones Walther (4), Kaylee Clark (4), and Kassidy Upchurch (3) rounded out the scoring.

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