Posts Tagged ‘Lily Leedy’

Lily Leedy leads off a collection of CHS softball portraits. (Jackie Saia photos)

Spring sports are done, even as real spring approaches, but we have photos to remember the season by.

The pics above and below are courtesy Jackie Saia, the hardest-working yearbook teacher of them all.

Melanie Navarro

Gwen Gustafson

Karyme Castro

Elisa Caroppo

Jill Prince

Maya Nottingham

Mckenna Somes

Heidi Meyers

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Lily Leedy scored twice Thursday as the Coupeville JV girls soccer squad beat Port Townsend, winning for the first time this season. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Lily Leedy led them to the promised land.

The sophomore rattled the net for two goals Thursday, propelling the Coupeville High School JV girls soccer squad to a 5-2 win at Port Townsend.

The non-conference victory is the first W the Wolf booters, varsity or JV, have put up on the board this fall.

Technically, since the RedHawks loaned Coupeville some of their players to make for even sides, with one of the Port Townsend players netting a goal for her “new” team, the match is probably considered as a friendly.

To which I say, tough nuts, a win is a win and we’re calling it an official win.

It’s been a rough season for CHS soccer, at both levels, with the Wolf booters suffering more than their fair share of injuries and close losses.

They need this. They get this.

Leedy was backed up by teammates Samantha Streitler and Katelin McCormick, who each banged home a goal, and the RedHawk who will have to live down scoring against her own school.

Will the mystery Port Townsend player who tallied a goal be invited to the Coupeville banquet and installed as an honorary Wolf?

You never know, but my vote is a yes.

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Mallory Kortuem uses her Jedi mind skills to make the ball float just above the turf.(Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Wolf fans are appropriately impressed (and partially blinded by the afternoon sun).

Fab frosh Mary Milnes snaps a Friday Harbor player’s ankles.

Male Wolf soccer stars, past and present, hold down the top row of the bleachers.

Lily Leedy fires up the offense.

The schedule says fall, but the weather still says summer.

Wanderin’ photo god John Fisken got to spend part of his Thursday outside in the sun, as he clicked away during Coupeville’s girls soccer game vs. visiting Friday Harbor.

The pics above are courtesy him

To see everything he shot under blue skies, pop over to:


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

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Lily Leedy leads off a photographic look at Coupeville soccer players. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Aurora Cernick

The 2018 Wolf booters claim the pitch as their own.

Katelin McCormick

Anna Dion

The pitch is alive with the sound of goals being scored.

Another soccer season has arrived, but first, photos, as John Fisken provides us with a team pic and a medley of portraits.

Many more to come as the season plays out.

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