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The spotlight can be theirs again.

Youth cheerleaders get a second chance to perform in front of Coupeville fans, but this time in a warm gym instead of on a muddy football field.

Athletes in grades 3-6 are eligible, with registration set for Jan. 5-12.

Cost is $30, which gets you a t-shirt, or $50, which also gets you poms.

There will be two practices (Jan. 19 and 26) in the Coupeville High School commons, running from 3:30 to 4:45 PM.

CHS varsity cheerleaders will escort elementary school students during the walk between schools those days.

The junior cheerleaders will join the current Wolf spirit team on the floor for a performance Jan. 27, a night when Coupeville hosts Friday Harbor on Coaches vs. Cancer Night.

 

To register, pop over to:

https://coupevillesoc.com/

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Coupeville’s junior cheerleaders, ready to rock the stadium. (Corinn Parker photo)

One cheerleader for every family in town.

Or at least pretty close.

With the guidance of former Coupeville High School cheer coach Sylvia Arnold and her protege, Cavan Simonson, the current Wolves welcomed 84 junior cheerleaders to Mickey Clark Field Thursday for a halftime performance.

The youngsters, who range in age from Pre-K to fifth grade, put in practices over the past couple of weeks, then flooded the field and made the turf shake.

(Megan Rickner photo)

(Phoenix Ford photo)

(Sandi Murdy photo)

(Lindsey Helm photo)

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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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