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“Nothing but net!” (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

There’s a prize at the end of the rainbow.

Connect on a half-court shot at half time (or from a little closer for the young ones), and a Wolf fan can make off with t-shirts, candy, and the heady buzz of a standing ovation from the fans.

Under the watchful eye of Coupeville High School Athletic Director Willie Smith, shots were fired, nets were popped, and cameras were clicked, as you can see in the pics above and below.

“You shoot like a young me. Can I say I’m proud and … no, I’m not crying … the air conditioning in here is bothering my eyes, that’s all.”

“Dame Lillard’s got nothing on me!”

“Come on baby, get in the basket. I needs me some candy!”

Taygin Jump fires the ball to Anacortes.

“If you miss it, you have to run laps around the gym. So … don’t miss it.”

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Coupeville High School cheerleaders help a young star reach the skies back in 2019. (BreAnna Boon photo)

Junior cheer is back.

Coupeville High School is reviving its program to introduce elementary school students to the world of vocal gridiron support.

Wolves in grades K-5 are eligible, with registration set to run Aug. 20-Sept. 15.

All proceeds go to benefit the CHS cheer program.

Parents and guardians can register their young cheerleaders by going to https://coupevillesoc.com/.

Cost is $65 per student, with each young athlete receiving a sweatshirt and pom poms to keep.

Practices will be held Thursdays at the Coupeville Elementary School multipurpose room on Sep. 15, 22, and 29, as well as Oct. 6.

The young cheerleaders will join their CHS counterparts for a halftime performance Friday, Oct. 7 during a home game against Bellingham.

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