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Landon Roberts was one of 12 CHS cross country runners who competed Saturday in Bellingham. (Photo courtesy Sherry Bonacci)

The Wolves pause for a group photo before running. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

The trail calls to them.

Dodging the wildfire smoke which blanketed Washington state Saturday, the Coupeville High School cross country squad kicked off a new season.

The Wolves sent 12 runners to the line at the Gear Up Northwest Cross Country Preview in Bellingham, an event which drew 36 schools.

Saturday’s two-mile races were largely divided by grade, with sophomores facing sophomores, seniors vs. seniors, and so on.

Next up for CHS is the 43rd annual Carl Westling Invite, which goes down next Saturday, Sept. 17 at South Whidbey High School.


Saturday’s results:





Reagan Callahan (64th) 19:03.35



Claire Mayne (56th) 16:36.36





George Spear (29th) 12:16.19
Easton Green (91st) 14:34.64



Landon Roberts (83rd) 13:18.94
Carson Field (84th) 13:21.08
Thomas Strelow (92nd) 13:36.66
Preston Howard (104th) 14:07.25



Mitchell Hall (53rd) 12:22.33
Tate Wyman (85th) 14:17.31



Nick Wasik (59th) 13:57.75
Ezekiel Allen (98th) 15:10.26

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Peyton Caveness reached base three times Wednesday. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Improvement every day.

The Coupeville High School JV baseball team couldn’t pull out a win Wednesday, but it did put up a strong fight on a day filled with cruddy weather.

Unable to dig their way out of an early hole, the Wolves fell 13-5 to visiting Oak Harbor under an onslaught of cold rain.

The loss evens Coupeville’s record at 3-3 on the season.

Oak Harbor came off the bus ready for action, tossing a quick two runs on the board in the top of the first.

After that, the Wildcats added four more tallies in the second and five in the top of the third to build an 11-0 lead.

Coupeville’s young guns fought back, however, putting together their best offensive showing of the day in the bottom of the third.

Landon Roberts strolls home.

Base-knocks from Landon Roberts, Cole White, Peyton Caveness, and Camden Glover helped the Wolves push four runs across the plate.

CHS added a fifth score in the bottom of the fourth and final inning, giving the Wolf coaching staff continued hope.

“The bats are still alive at the JV level,” said Coupeville hardball guru Jon Roberts. “Happy to say we continue to put the bat on the ball.”

The Wolves finished the day with four hits, while also putting six runners aboard thanks to walks.

Aiden O’Neill, Caveness, and Seth Woollet each eked out a pair of free passes thanks to sharp eyes at the plate.

Coop Cooper, O’Neill, and Landon Roberts — two 8th graders and a freshman, respectively — handled pitching duties for the Wolves.

Coupeville returns to action Saturday when it travels to Bremerton to face Olympic High School.

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Nick Guay tossed in a team-high 13 points Wednesday for Coupeville’s JV. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

The rim was a relentless foe.

Despite getting plenty of strong looks at the basket Wednesday, the Coupeville High School JV boys basketball team struggled all night to get the ball to stay in the bucket.

That, combined with an opportunistic Friday Harbor defense, doomed the Wolves during a 58-28 home loss.

The defeat drops Coupeville’s JV to 1-3 in Northwest 2B/1B League action, 1-5 overall.

The Wolves came out cold in the mid-week game, and the visitors took advantage, claiming a lead they would never relinquish on the night’s very first bucket.

Down 8-0 in the early going, Coupeville got back within 12-8 right before the end of the first quarter, only to see Friday Harbor net a three-ball to end the frame with an exclamation point.

The best Wolf bucket in the early going came on a swooping layup by Johnny Porter, who snagged a crisp entry pass from Ryan Blouin and beat his man to the rim.

But Coupeville was never able to put together back-to-back buckets in the second or third quarter and saw its deficit mushroom.

Trailing 26-13 at the half, the Wolves slipped behind 38-21 heading into the fourth quarter.

Nick Guay caressed the net on a pair of three-balls, then added another one in the final period, but Friday Harbor used an aggressive defense to force frequent turnovers, frustrating Hunter Smith’s young team.

CHS hung tough, however, putting together a 7-0 run late in the fourth quarter to keep the visitors honest.

Guay finished with a team-high 13 points, including his trio of treys, while Jack Porter knocked down four points in support.

Blouin (3), Hurlee Bronec (2), Johnny Porter (2), Quinten Simpson-Pilgrim (2), and Mikey Robinett (2) also scored for the Wolves, while Carson Field, Landon Roberts, and Hunter Bronec also saw floor time.

Roberts, playing as proud mom Sherry beamed at him while working the scorer’s table, was ferocious on defense.

Even with his team trailing big late, he remained scrappy, scrambling back the length of the court to trip up a Friday Harbor ball handler and make away with the ball.

Landon Roberts was a standout on defense.

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Jacquelyn and Jacob McCormick are up bright and early for Race the Reserve. (Photos courtesy Wendy McCormick)

Katelin McCormick (left) and Mary Milnes prep swag bags for racers.

Later than normal, but still on time.

With Covid throwing things asunder, the 10th edition of Coupeville’s Race the Reserve moved to Oct. from its customary late-summer date, with runners hitting the trails Saturday morning.

Andy Wyman of Oak Harbor claimed top honors in the half marathon, breaking the tape in one hour, 24 minutes, 37.7 seconds.

He was joined by 10K winner Nicole Moore of Kenmore (40:13.5) and 5K champ Cole White of Coupeville (20:10.3) in bringing home first place.

The event is the primary fundraiser for the Coupeville High School Class of 2022, with money raised going to fund graduation week events.

Below we have local finishers.

So, if you listed Coupeville as your home town, you’re here. If you didn’t, well you should have.


Half Marathon:

James Stellar (5th) 1:37:11.4
Hannah Teminsky (7th) 1:44:45.0
Goose Gordon (12th) 1:51:10.5
Desi Greene (20th) 2:12:43.1
Lark Gustafson (22nd) 2:21:10.8
Amanda Fabrizi (23rd) 2:21:11.6
Lincoln Kelley (27th) 2:40:08.2



Henry Milnes (7th) 48:37.3
Helene Lhamon (9th) 50:36.2
Sean O’Neill (10th) 50:45.4
Elizabeth Bitting (13th) 53:16.1
Christina Jump (17th) 1:00:58.7
Guadalupe Eagleton (25th) 1:10:09.5
Heather Nastali (29th) 1:13:52.5
Jeannie Sandahl (31st) 1:19:51.1
Halston Crites (32nd) 1:21:22.6
Connie Lippo (39th) 1:47:30.8
Justine McGranahan (40th) 1:47:32.5
Katrina McGranahan (41st) 1:47:34.1



Cole White (1st) 20:10.3
Landon Roberts (2nd) 20:47.3
Paige Spangler (12th) 29:25.6
Alana Mihill (14th) 29:52.4
Bree Daigneault (23rd) 33:15.4
John Hughes (24th) 33:18.6
Jonathan Carroll (31st) 36:51.4
Jacquelyn McCormick (38th) 40:37.0
Jacob McCormick (39th) 40:38.1
J. Dotson (40th) 40:46.6
Travis Dotson (41st) 40:47.2
Theresa Sanders (42nd) 40:56.3
Joanne Martinis (43rd) 41:37.4
Rachel Martinez (46th) 42:14.9
Janelle Boer (47th) 43:47.6
Jim Boer (48th) 43:53.9
Dante Muthee (53rd) 55:34.4
Carrie Muthee (55th) 55:48.4
Marisa Croucher (59th) 1:00:03.2
Bianca Terado (60th) 1:00:03.3
Betty Dehaven (61st) 1:00:55.9
Sheila O’Rourke (63rd) 1:06:25.7
Emily Richards (67th) 1:07:37.0
Gaye Rodriguey (68th) 1:07:37.0


For complete results, pop over to:

Race Photos & Results

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Reiley Araceley, stylish as always. (Morgan White photos)

Time to run, time to shoot.

Coupeville High School cross country opened a new season Saturday in Langley, and Wolf mom Morgan White was on hand to capture some of the first images.

The pics above and below are courtesy her.

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