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   Wolf senior Cameron Toomey-Stout, here hugging lil’ sis Maya after his final home game, was honored three times by league coaches. (Beth Stout photo)

Camtastic went out with a bang.

In a football season where Coupeville lost almost all of its stars to injury, senior Cameron Toomey-Stout was one of the few Wolves to stay healthy and explosive all year.

And now he’s been rewarded for the stellar numbers he put up on both sides of the ball, being tabbed to the Olympic/Nisqually League’s All-Conference team three times.

Toomey-Stout earned First-Team honors as a receiver and defensive back, while also netting Second-Team honors as a kick returner.

Two of his fellow seniors, Hunter Downes and Julian Welling, also received props when the coaches of the eight-team league got together to hash out the season.

Downes, who broke his school’s career record for touchdown passes, was a Second-Team selection at quarterback, while Welling was an Honorable Mention pick for his work on the defensive line.

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   Julian Welling and Katrina McGranahan seem to enjoy each other’s company. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Susan Rose has a hug for one of her two favorite daughters.

Is everyone around here hugging or what?

   The most successful sports team at Coupeville High School this fall hits the open road.

Luke Carlson, student by day, flying monkey by night.

Some have crowns, but all are Coupeville royalty.

   Homecoming King Hunter Smith and Queen Payton Aparicio marinate in the moment.

And then a flex-off broke out.

Harris Sinclair wails away while waiting for the parade to start.

You don’t need to be a wizard to see the whole gang’s here.

Everyone loves a parade, even Mother Nature.

The morning rain evaporated and blue skies dawned Friday afternoon in time for Coupeville High School’s annual Homecoming Parade to go off without a hitch … or 1,001 umbrellas.

Thankful he didn’t need to keep wiping off his lens, wanderin’ photo man John Fisken worked the route, capturing the pics above for us.

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   Wolf fab frosh Genna Wright (7) dances a saucy tango on the pitch. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

   After whipping the school flag back and forth at the volleyball match, gridiron giant Julian Welling stops to contemplate his place in the universe.

   Two titans firing as one, as CHS spikers Katrina McGranahan (left) and Mikayla Elfrank form an impenetrable wall.

   Volleyball moms (l to r) Konni Smith, Jennifer Menges and Maria Reyes get their well-deserved moment in the spotlight.

Nile Lockwood fires another winner while rockin’ eye-poppin’ shoes.

   Every step bursting with raw power, Ema Smith leads a mad charge down the field.

   Savannah Smith daydreams about hitting the pesky paparazzi with a “wayward” spike.

Dane Lucero (with sign) and Co. bring the spirit for Hope Lodell.

   Nick Etzell’s focus on the hard-court is so complete he can stare into the sun (and makes the sun blink).

Action everywhere.

If wanderin’ photo man John Fisken had swung his camera 360 degrees Tuesday, while clicking away the whole time, he would have had numerous targets to aim at.

And indeed, the mad clicker made off with tennis, soccer, volleyball and fan pics before the night was done.

The photos seen above are a taste of what he captured, but to see every last pixel you need to pop over to the links below.

When you do, keep in mind, purchases help fund college scholarships for CHS student/athletes.

Plus, they make it more likely Fisken will keep returning to Cow Town, camera bag in hand.

Volleyball –http://www.johnsphotos.net/Sports/2017-Coupeville-Volleyball/2017-10-10-vs-Sequim/

Soccer — http://www.johnsphotos.net/Sports/2017-2018-Coupeville-Soccer/2017-10-10-vs-Sequim/

Tennis — http://www.johnsphotos.net/Sports/2017-2018-Coupeville-Tennis/2017-10-10-vs-Sequim/

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   CHS sophomore Jean Lund-Olsen got his first varsity rushing attempt Friday night. (John Fisken photo)

The charts are starting to expand.

Week two of the high school football season brought a 40-6 romp over La Conner, and, with it, several new names popped up on the Coupeville High School stat sheet.

From Jean Lund-Olsen, who had his first varsity carry (he sprinted around the right side for three yards) to Tyler McCalmont, who recorded his first three tackles of the season, the list grows.

The biggest jumper was Cameron Toomey-Stout, who hauled in 108 yards as a receiver Friday while scoring three touchdowns, two off of passes from Hunter Downes and one on a 70-yard kickoff return.

Where we stand after week two, as compiled by CHS coaches and posted on MaxPreps:

OFFENSE:

Passing:

Hunter Downes 23-41 for 456 yards (#1 in 1A, #6 in the state) with 6 TDs and 2 INTs

Receiving:

Hunter Smith 10 receptions for 230 yards (#2 in 1A, #5 in the state)
Cameron Toomey-Stout 8-116 (#3 in 1A)
Sean Toomey-Stout 2-65 (#10 in 1A)
Matt Hilborn 2-39
Shane Losey 1-6

Rushing:

S. Toomey-Stout 14 carries for 105 yards (#7 in 1A)
Chris Battaglia 12-61
Hilborn 14-10
Smith 2-5
Jean Lund-Olsen 1-3
Downes 9 (-27)

All-Purpose Yards (Rush/Rec/KR/PR/IR):

Smith 332
C. Toomey-Stout 228
S. Toomey-Stout 190
Battaglia 61
Hilborn 49
Losey 6
Lund-Olsen 3

Total Yards (Rush/Pass/Rec):

Downes 429 (#2 in 1A)
Smith 235 (#7 in 1A)
S. Toomey-Stout 170 (#10 in 1A)
C. Toomey-Stout 116
Battaglia 61
Hilborn 49
Losey 6
Lund-Olsen 3

Touchdowns:

Smith 4 (#2 in 1A, #6 in the state)
C. Toomey-Stout 3 (#4 in 1A)
Hilborn 1
S. Toomey-Stout 1

PATs:

Hilborn 4 (#2 in 1A)

Points:

Smith 24 (#2 in 1A, #6 in the state)
C. Toomey-Stout
18 (#4 in 1A)
Hilborn
10 (#9 in 1A)
S. Toomey-Stout
6

DEFENSE:

Tackles:

S. Toomey-Stout 26 (#2 in 1A, #4 in the state)
Battaglia 19 (#5 in 1A)
C. Toomey-Stout 16 (#7 in 1A)
Julian Welling 13
Hilborn 12
Dane Lucero
12
Jake Pease
12
Losey
11
Smith
8
Jake Hoagland 7
James Vidoni
7
Trevor Bell 3
Tyler McCalmont 3
Andrew Martin 2
Teo Keilwitz 1
Gavin Knoblich 1

Tackles for Loss:

Lucero 2
Vidoni 2
Hoagland 1
McCalmont 1
Pease 1

Interceptions:

C. Toomey-Stout 2 (#1 in 1A, #3 in the state)
Smith
1 (tied for #2 in 1A)

Fumble recoveries:

Pease 2
Hoagland 1
Welling 1

Sacks:

Losey 1.5 (#9 in 1A)
Lucero 1.5 (#9 in 1A)
Battaglia 1
Pease 1

SPECIAL TEAMS:

Kickoffs:

Hilborn 11 for 273 yards (#2 in 1A)

Punts:

Downes 3 for 69 yards

Kickoff/Punt returns:

C. Toomey-Stout 2 for 82 yards (#3 in 1A)
S. Toomey-Stout 1-20
Smith 1-5

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   Clay Reilly whacked two hits and knocked in two runs in a 6-1 win Friday, then made sure to beat his teammates to Subway. (John Fisken photos)

Hunter Smith was back on center stage, and Chimacum never had a chance.

Bouncing back from struggles with an injured back, the Coupeville High School hurler made his first start in some time Friday and was lights out.

Retiring 15 straight Cowboys at one point, the Wolf junior tossed a three-hitter as the Wolves rolled to a 6-1 road win.

The third straight victory for CHS, it lifts them to 5-2 in Olympic League play, 10-7 overall.

With the win, the Wolves clinch second place in their four-team league and earn a home playoff game.

Klahowya beat Port Townsend 10-0 Friday to reclaim the league title they won in 2015.

The Eagles are 7-0 and sit two games up on Coupeville with two to play.

Even if the teams finish with identical records, KSS holds the tiebreaker, having beaten the Wolves twice this season.

CHS closes the regular season with three games next week (Klahowya, Port Townsend and non-conference foe South Whidbey), then opens the playoffs May 9.

Coupeville will host the Nisqually League’s #3 seed in a loser-out game.

Win and the Wolves advance to the double elimination portion of districts May 11-13, where three of four teams advance to state.

To see the bracket, pop over to: http://www.olympicleague.com/tournament.php?tournament_id=2268&sport=6

Needing a win Friday, CHS came out aggressively, scoring in each of the first four innings.

Getting a single run in the first, second and third, the Wolves tacked on two in the fourth, then capped things with another run in the sixth, running their lead to 6-0.

After giving up back-to-back one-out singles in the first, Smith mowed down the Cowboys in order from that point until there was one out in the sixth.

A single and two errors allowed Chimacum to plate their only run, but then the Wolves re-locked back down, with Smith retiring the final four batters in order.

Coupeville spread out its offensive attack, getting 10 hits, with seven different hitters recording at least one base-knock.

Julian Welling, swinging a mighty bat from the cleanup spot, blasted a pair of RBI doubles, while Clay Reilly (a single and double) and Dane Lucero (two singles) were a steady back-up combo.

Taylor Consford, Joey Lippo, Jake Hoagland and Matt Hilborn added singles.

Reilly joined Welling in driving home a pair of runs, while also proving to be the swiftest Wolf, at least in terms of sprinting from the team’s bus at the ferry to a nearby Subway.

As the two workers on Friday night sandwich duty silently cried as they watched the combined forces of Coupeville’s baseball and softball teams surge their way, Reilly nipped Jonathan Thurston through the front door, having dodged traffic like a (hungry) ballet dancer.

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