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Coupeville’s Koa Davison and Jered Brown (1) clamp down on defense. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Mason Grove lofts a shot over the tall trees.

Xavier Murdy can feel the playoff excitement.

Jacobi Pilgrim dishes the rock.

Jered Brown fires up a runner in the paint.

Gavin Knoblich keeps his shooting form flawless.

Hawthorne Wolfe makes it rain.

Murdy’s fan club gets rowdy.

All good things must come to an end, but not before a last batch of photos.

The Coupeville High School boys basketball squad closed its season Saturday with a home playoff loss to Mount Baker, but the action kept wanderin’ paparazzi John Fisken busy.

The pics above are courtesy him, but are just the beginning of what he snapped.

To see everything he shot, and possibly purchase some glossy memories of hardwood heroics, pop over to:


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Jered Brown kicks off a look at Coupeville High School boys basketball senior players. (Karen Carlson photos)

Chris Cernick

Gavin Knoblich

Chris Ruck

Mason Grove

Koa Davison (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Jean Lund-Olsen (Karen Carlson photos)

Ulrik Wells

Tucker Hall

Sean Toomey-Stout

Jacobi Pilgrim

It was the biggest Senior Night, maybe in forever.

When Coupeville High School boys basketball coaches hailed their veterans Friday, before they faced Granite Falls in their final regular-season home game, they had quite the list to get through.

With 11 seniors on the roster, the Wolves will only return two varsity players next season.

Coupeville’s grizzled vets went out with a win, punching their ticket to the playoffs (and a possible postseason home game), and we have pics of them all.

Well, sort of, as I can’t find one for Koa Davison, so we’ve substituted a pre-season portrait of him doing his best Derek Zoolander.

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Koa Davison roars in for a bucket. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Alex Jimenez shows off his ball skills.

Tucker Hall slices to the hoop.

Mason Grove makes it rain three-balls.

Alex Murdy kicks it into overdrive.

Jacobi Pilgrim surveys the scene.

Andrew Aparicio lines up a shot.

“Give us the dang ball, son!!”

Saturday afternoons are made for basketball, and photos.

The two come together in the pics seen above, which arrive fresh from the camera of John Fisken.

To see everything he shot, and possibly purchase some Christmas gifts, pop over to:


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   Hunter Downes eyes the defense, looking for the tiniest of holes through which to slip a pass. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

A serious scorekeeper’s table for a serious game.

Gavin Knoblich stops ‘n pops.

The Joey Lippo fan club is out in force.

Cameron Toomey-Stout comes flying in hot.

   Four generations of Shermans converge in the CHS gym. The one you don’t see is Brad, the Wolf boys basketball coach.

Koa Davison has eyes only for the basket.

   Seniors, left to right, Kyle Rockwell, Lippo, Ethan Spark, Downes, Hunter Smith, James Vidoni and Toomey-Stout celebrate a final win on their home court.

The action was hot and the camera was crankin’.

The Coupeville High School boys basketball team shocked first-place Klahowya Thursday night, sending the Wolf seniors out victorious in their final home game.

Along for the ride was ace camera clicker John Fisken, who captured the shots above and a whole lot more.

To see everything he snapped, pop over to:


And, when you do, remember, purchases help fund college scholarships for CHS student/athletes.

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James Vidoni was one of 11 Wolves to score Friday as the Coupeville JV rolled to a 58-25 win. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Only one man could stop Mason Grove, and that was his coach.

The sophomore sharpshooter netted 22 points in just a handful of minutes Friday, then was stashed away for later use in the varsity game, as the Coupeville High School JV boys basketball squad romped to its biggest win of the season.

Scoring the first 23 points of the game, with 17 of those coming from Grove, the Wolves shredded visiting Chimacum 58-25.

The win lifts the young guns to 2-3 in Olympic League play, 3-11 overall.

Playing on the 101st anniversary of the first basketball game in school history, the Wolves gave the early bird fans a lot to cheer about.

Just a few seconds into the game, Koa Davison pilfered a steal, then threw it down for a layup, effectively ending the game in one dazzling play.

Just to make sure, Grove buried five shots from behind the three-point arc over the next two minutes.

Adding a layup off of a breakaway, he matched his season-best one-quarter performance with 17 points, and CHS rolled into the first break up 25-8.

If the rain of baskets wasn’t enough to scar the Cowboys, a resounding block from Wolf big man Ulrik Wells killed their last shred of hope.

Elevating, then smacking the ball like he was at a volleyball net, the lanky sophomore sent dad Lyle into a fit of joyous delirium and made the fans filling up the gym come to a momentary halt.

From there, it was all Wolves all the time, with a 13-1 second quarter stretching the lead out to 38-9 and allowing CHS coach Chris Smith to amply use his bench.

Whether it was Jean Lund-Olsen ripping a rebound out of a Cowboy player’s hands and immediately throwing the ball back up and in for a bucket, or David Prescott banking home a runner, everything went Coupeville’s way on this night.

Grove’s 22 gives him 268 in 14 JV games (a 19.1 average), while Daniel Olson, Sage Downes and Davison each added six.

Lund-Olsen (4), Wells (4), Gavin Knoblich (2), James Vidoni (2), Prescott (2), Alex Jimenez (2) and Jake Pease (2) also scored, while Tucker Hall was a force on the boards.

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