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Jacobi Pilgrim stops and pops. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Wolves (l to r) Ashleigh Battaglia, Mica Shipley and Coral Caveness soar above the hardwood.

Raven Vick and Andrew Martin lay down some hot tracks.

Operating as a basketball assassin or dazzling drummer, Daniel Olson rocks the gym.

Marenna Rebischke-Smith (left) and Kaley Grigsby prepare to launch into another routine.

Jered Brown kicks it into over-drive.

When she’s not working as the world’s best basketball manager, Heidi Meyers (right) waits for the beat to drop.

Nikolai Lyngra debates whether to stay with the band, or launch a solo career.

You never know when the paparazzi will pop in.

Despite being scheduled to cover other events Tuesday, wanderin’ photo wizard John Fisken carved out a few minutes to slide by and shoot part of the Coupeville High School boys basketball varsity game.

The pics seen above, which feature a mix of hoops action, cheer, and band, are courtesy him.

To see everything he snapped, pop over to:

https://www.johnsphotos.net/Sports/Coupeville-Basketball-2018-2019-boys-and-girls/BBB-2019-01-08-vs-Granite-Falls/

And remember, purchases help fund scholarships for CHS senior student/athletes.

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   Mason Grove tossed in 11 in three quarters Tuesday as the Wolf JV battled Klahowya through two overtimes. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

They saved the best for last.

With the JV boys playing second Tuesday at Klahowya, the young guns put on a show in the longest game of the season.

Playing the kind of game where everyone involved is sorry to see someone have to lose, the host Eagles held off Coupeville 58-56 in a double-overtime thriller that came down to free throws.

Specifically, it was the four shots from the charity stripe which the Eagles netted in the second overtime which provided the final margin.

The Wolves, who got red-hot in the fourth quarter to stage a successful comeback and force extra basketball, fall to 1-3 in Olympic League play, 2-11 overall.

Coupeville didn’t go down easily, however, using a 23-15 run in the final period of regulation to keep things interesting.

With three Wolves — Sage Downes, Jacobi Pilgrim and Mason Grove — combining to score all of their team’s fourth-quarter points, CHS rallied from a 33-25 deficit to knot things up at 48-48.

In the first overtime, the two squads exchanged buckets, with Downes and Pilgrim swishing three-balls while the Eagles knocked down three baskets of the old-fashioned two-point variety.

Still tied at 54-54, the Wolves and Eagles headed to a second four-minute extra period, and Coupeville’s luck finally ran out.

Koa Davison knocked in a bucket for CHS, but Klahowya slid four of its six free throws through the net in the second OT to finally ice the game.

The wild finale capped a game which started off a little slowly.

Klahowya led just 9-6 after the first quarter, held serve at 16-13 at the half, then inched further ahead with a 17-12 surge in the third.

That was when Coupeville turned up the offensive heat, with Downes, who hadn’t scored before that, suddenly raining down nine points in the fourth.

Pilgrim added eight and Grove hit a pair of three-balls to round out the 23-point uprising for the Wolves.

For the game, Pilgrim paced CHS with 14, while Downes dropped in 12 and Grove, who had seven in the fourth quarter of the varsity game, added 11 in three quarters of JV action.

Davison (6), Daniel Olson (5), Jean-Lund Olsen (5), Gavin Knoblich (2) and Jake Pease (1) also scored for the Wolves, who hit 10 three-balls on the night.

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