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Ryan Labrador launches his way to the state meet. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Lisa Toomey (center) and Beth Stout (right) chat with Willow Vick (left) during Thursday’s opening session of the bi-district track and field meet.

Koa Davison crawls over the high jump bar.

Raven Vick sends her javelin far, far away.

Jean Lund-Olsen (center) leans in to edge out two foes.

Lindsey Roberts perfects her limbo moves.

Jon Roberts is the eye in the sky.

CHS senior Jakobi Baumann (right) comes flying over the hurdles in perfect synchronization with a rival.

Some pics to get you in the mood.

Track and field returns to the forefront Saturday, as Coupeville High School plays host to Day 2 of a massive 23-team, two-classification bi-district meet.

Athletes from 2B and 1A, including the host Wolves, kick things off at 11:30 AM, all seeking a golden ticket to the state championships.

The photos above, snapped by ever-busy camera clicker John Fisken, are from Thursday’s action.

To see everything he shot, pop over to:

https://www.johnsphotos.net/Sports/Coupeville-Track-2018-2019/Track-2019-05-16-Bi-District-Meet-Day-1/

And, if you purchase any glossies for grandma, a percentage of each sale gets kicked back when Fisken awards two scholarships to CHS seniors at the end of the school year.

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Drake Borden shared MVP honors as CHS tennis brought its season to an end with an awards banquet. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Jaschon Baumann (left) and Tiger Johnson were hailed for playing all four years.

Thus endeth the fall.

Coupeville High School boys tennis put a final bow on the season Thursday, handing out letters and awards at a season-ending banquet.

First-year player James Wood led the way, copping Most Improved and Most Inspirational, while Drake Borden and Jakobi Baumann shared MVP honors.

Mason Grove and Jakobi Baumann were hailed as Captains, while Jakobi, twin brother Jaschon Baumann and Tiger Johnson received four-year awards for making the complete run with Wolf coach Ken Stange.

 

Varsity letter winners:

Andrew Aparicio
Jakobi Baumann
Jaschon Baumann
Drake Borden
Jacob Burke
Zach Ginnings
Mason Grove
Tiger Johnson
Thane Peterson
Koby Schreiber
Harris Sinclair
James Wood

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Thane Peterson was among a group of CHS students invited to perform at an honors choir/band event at Western Washington University. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Combining vocals and instrumentals, Coupeville High School students took the music world by storm earlier this week.

Nine Wolves traveled to Western Washington University Monday to take part in the WWU Honor Festival, a showcase for talented choir and band students.

Mica Shipley, Thane Peterson, Ashleigh Battaglia and Melissa Otto participated in choir, and the video below showcases some of their work.

They were joined by Jakobi Baumann, Harris Sinclair, Nikolai Lyngra, Kaley Grigsby and Jaschon Baumann, who played in the honors band.

The event drew students from Island, San Juan, Whatcom and Skagit counties.

 

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The tennis season ended Friday for Drake Borden and his Coupeville High School teammates. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

One and done.

Coupeville’s first, and most likely last, season as a member of the most dangerous boys tennis league in the state came to an end Friday in Seattle.

The Wolves, competing at the Emerald City League tourney at the Amy Yee Tennis Center, had all six of their players eliminated in the first round.

#1 singles player Jakobi Baumann put up a strong fight before falling 6-4, 6-2 to Cody Clayhold of Bear Creek, while Drake Borden was bounced 6-0, 6-2 by Josh Davydov of Seattle Academy.

In doubles competition, both CHS duos also fell in straight sets.

Zach Ginnings and Jacob Burke were blanked 6-0, 6-0 by Anders and Tate Gibbons of Seattle Academy, then Tiger Johnson and Jaschon Baumann lost 6-1, 6-1 to Quinn Chow and Griffin Murch of Bush.

It was the final prep tennis match for the Baumann twins and Johnson, as all three graduate next spring.

While Coupeville didn’t get far in the postseason, the Wolves put together a better-than-expected season, finishing 7-6 in league play, 8-6 overall.

CHS claimed fourth-place in the eight-team league, trumping Bush, South Whidbey, Bear Creek and Eastside Prep.

The only ECL teams the Wolves were unable to beat were Seattle Academy, University Prep, and Overlake, a trio of schools which have combined to win a startling majority of 1A state tennis titles in the past decade.

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Jakobi Baumann, normally a singles player, teamed with Drake Borden to play doubles Friday. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Sometimes it’s just about survival.

Facing off with University Prep, arguably the premier boys tennis program in Washington state, Coupeville absorbed a beatin’ Friday afternoon.

The Wolves shuffled their lineup a bit to mix things up, but were still mauled 5-0 by the Pumas, who have won more state titles than there are stars in the sky.

As they navigate the choppy waters of the private school-dominated Emerald City League, the CHS netters are still staying afloat, with a solid 4-4 record on the season.

Coupeville gets right back at it next week, with a road trip Wednesday to face Bush, and then a rematch at home Friday against Overlake.

 

Complete Friday results:

 

Varsity:

1st Singles — Jaschon Baumann lost 6-0, 6-0

2nd Singles — Tiger Johnson lost 6-0, 6-0

1st Doubles — Jakobi Baumann/Drake Borden lost 6-0, 6-0

2nd Doubles — Mason Grove/James Wood lost 6-2, 6-2

3rd Doubles — Jacob Burke/Zach Ginnings lost 6-1, 6-0

 

JV:

4th Doubles — Andrew Aparicio/Koby Schreiber lost 6-1, 6-2

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