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Eryn Wood and CHS tennis went 6-0, capturing a league crown. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

The Wolf softball squad, with big contributions from seniors Heidi Meyers (left) and Chelsea Prescott, also swept through an undefeated campaign. (Jackie Saia photo)

25-3.

Coupeville High School made a dramatic statement in its return to the Northwest 2B/1B League, dominating play during the pandemic-shortened spring season.

The Wolves won titles in girls tennis and softball — with both teams finishing undefeated — while claiming second-place in the final baseball standings.

While CHS was piling up 25 wins, the other six league schools combined to claim just 27.

Friday Harbor, which did win the baseball title, was a distant second with 11 victories, followed by Darrington (8), Orcas Island (7), and Mount Vernon Christian (1).

Concrete, and perhaps surprisingly, traditional power La Conner, both came up empty this spring.

But don’t cry too hard for the Braves, as they launch the league’s most-dominant program as we head into this school year’s out-of-place fall sports season.

La Conner volleyball has won back-to-back state titles.

And while there won’t be any playoffs this season, that squad is still a heavy favorite to be the team of the “fall.”

With all the seasons super-compressed by the pandemic, football, volleyball, boys tennis, cross country, and soccer start play this coming week, even as the dust from spring sports settles.

First up for Coupeville is its own talented volleyball squad, which travels to Concrete Thursday, then hosts Friday Harbor on Saturday.

Girls soccer is on the road Friday, travelling to Friday Harbor, while Wolf football hosts La Conner a day later.

CHS tennis and cross country make their debuts the following week, while the Wolf boys soccer program is sitting out the season after it was unable to fill a complete roster.

 

Final spring sports league standings:

 

Northwest League baseball:

School League Overall
Friday Harbor 9-0 9-0
Coupeville 7-3 7-3
Darrington 3-2 3-2
Orcas Island 4-5 4-5
MV Christian 1-5 1-5
La Conner 0-9 0-9

 

Northwest League girls tennis:

School League Overall
Coupeville 6-0 6-0
Friday Harbor 0-6 0-6

 

Northwest League softball:

School League Overall
Coupeville 12-0 12-0
Darrington 5-3 5-3
Orcas Island 3-3 3-3
Friday Harbor 2-6 2-6
Concrete 0-4 0-4
La Conner 0-6 0-6

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Katelin McCormick and Coupeville tennis are a flawless 2-0 on the season. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

It’s a strong start.

After a year-plus off because of the pandemic, plus a switch from 1A to 2B and a move to the Northwest League, Coupeville High School athletic teams have come out of the gate hot.

When you look at the three spring sports which tabulate win/loss records, the Wolves have already nabbed seven wins, with runner-ups Friday Harbor (4) and Darrington (3) on their heels.

La Conner, Mount Vernon Christian, Orcas Island, and Concrete are all still hunting their first victory.

It’s still early of course, but with COVID shortening each sports season this school year, we’re also already a chunk into the schedule.

After playing entirely at home to start the spring, Coupeville hits the road this coming week.

Baseball plays at Darrington Tuesday and Friday Harbor on Friday, while softball matches those games, then tosses in a trip to Concrete Saturday.

Meanwhile, Wolf girls tennis nabs the only home event of the week, hosting Friday Harbor Wednesday, with CHS track traveling to La Conner Thursday.

Where things stand through March 14:

 

Northwest League baseball:

School League Overall
Friday Harbor 3-0 3-0
Darrington 1-0 1-0
Coupeville 2-1 2-1
Orcas Island 0-0 0-0
MV Christian 0-2 0-2
La Conner 0-3 0-3

 

Northwest League girls tennis:

School League Overall
Coupeville 2-0 2-0
Friday Harbor 0-2 0-2

 

Northwest League softball:

School League Overall
Coupeville 3-0 3-0
Darrington 2-0 2-0
Friday Harbor 1-2 1-2
Concrete 0-1 0-1
Orcas Island 0-1 0-1
La Conner 0-2 0-2

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Don’t look now, but the playoffs are around the corner. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

We’re down to the final days.

Both Coupeville High School varsity basketball teams have just one regular-season game left on the schedule, then it’s on to the playoffs.

Win or lose Tuesday, when they host South Whidbey on Senior Night, the Wolf girls are locked in as the #3 seed from the North Sound Conference.

Things are a little more up in the air for the CHS boys, who travel to Sultan Tuesday for their finale.

Win, and they go into the postseason as a #4 seed, and get automatic entry into the double-elimination portion of the district playoffs.

Lose to the Turks, and Coupeville’s boys will carry a #5 seed and host a loser-out play-in game against Mount Baker.

As we head towards those regular-season finales, a quick look at where things stand:

 

North Sound Conference girls basketball:

School League Overall
King’s 5-0 14-5
CPC-Bothell 8-1 15-5
Coupeville 5-3 11-5
South Whidbey 3-5 9-10
Sultan 2-6 6-13
Granite Falls 0-8 4-16

 

North Sound Conference boys basketball:

School League Overall
King’s 6-0 10-9
South Whidbey 7-1 15-3
CPC-Bothell 6-3 12-7
Coupeville 2-6 6-11
Sultan 2-6 4-14
Granite Falls 1-8 3-17

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Avalon Renninger and the Coupeville varsity girls hoops squad are shooting for a top-three league finish. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Down the stretch they come.

Playoff berths and postseason seeding are up in the air as the basketball teams of the North Sound Conference head into the final week-and-a-half of the regular season.

The Coupeville girls are sitting strong in third place, with the top five making the playoffs, and the Wolves control their own destiny.

They travel to Shoreline Tuesday to face league leader King’s, then close with home games against Granite Falls Friday and South Whidbey Feb. 4.

The CHS boys currently hold the #5 seed.

Record-wise, they’re tied with Granite Falls, but they have a tiebreaker, having beaten the Tigers in their first meeting.

They also have three games left to play, hosting South Whidbey Tuesday and Granite Friday, before travelling to Sultan Feb. 4 for the regular-season finale.

Where things currently sit:

 

North Sound Conference girls basketball:

School League Overall
King’s 4-0 13-4
CPC-Bothell 7-1 14-5
Coupeville 4-2 10-4
South Whidbey 3-4 9-9
Sultan 1-5 5-11
Granite Falls 0-7 3-15

 

North Sound Conference boys basketball:

School League Overall
King’s 6-0 10-8
South Whidbey 5-1 13-3
CPC-Bothell 4-3 10-7
Sultan 2-5 4-13
Coupeville 1-5 5-10
Granite Falls 1-5 3-14

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Jacobi Pilgrim rises up. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Maddie Georges slices through the defense.

From the slowest week of the season to the busiest.

Snow, ice, and school closings limited Coupeville High School basketball teams to just a single game last week, but the days ahead should be much busier.

As they scramble to make up games, the Wolf varsity squads will get plenty of floor time.

On the girls side of the ball, CHS travels three times this coming week, playing at Granite Falls Monday, at Cedar Park Christian Friday, and at Port Townsend Saturday.

The Wolf boys have an even-busier schedule, with four tilts, two at home, and two on the road.

Monday, Coupeville is home to face Cedar Park, before travelling to Shoreline Tuesday to face King’s, then on to Bothell Friday for a quick rematch with CPC.

A busy week reaches its conclusion Saturday, with Port Townsend headed to Whidbey.

As we wait for tipoff, an up-to-the-moment look at where things sit, through games played January 18:

 

North Sound Conference girls basketball:

School League Overall
King’s 3-0 12-2
CPC-Bothell 5-1 11-5
Coupeville 3-1 8-3
South Whidbey 2-4 7-9
Sultan 1-4 4-9
Granite Falls 0-4 3-12

 

North Sound Conference boys basketball:

School League Overall
King’s 4-0 8-7
South Whidbey 3-1 11-3
CPC-Bothell 2-3 7-7
Sultan 2-3 4-10
Coupeville 1-2 4-7
Granite Falls 1-4 3-11

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