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“Wait, we’re internet stars now?!?!” (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

The cameras are live.

Coupeville High School, with financial help from the school’s Booster Club and the Coupeville Lion’s Club, has installed a new streaming camera system in both the gym and at Mickey Clark Field.

From this moment on, all athletic events at those locations, which includes basketball, volleyball, football, soccer, and track, will be available to be viewed by Wolf fans near and far.

If you have a subscription to the NFHS Network.

Fans can choose between a monthly ($10.99 as you go, may cancel at any time) or yearly plan ($69.99, which reduces the cost to $5.83 per month).

A portion of each subscription comes back to the CHS athletic fund, while fans who can’t attend games in person will now have another option.

Broadcasts for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year will be picture and no audio, but the school has hopes to start a class which will teach students play-by-play.

That would allow Coupeville to be a full service streamer in the manner of Sultan High School, which has been broadcasting for several years.

As things expand, CHS will also look into the possibility of streaming non-sports events such as graduation.

To sign-up and get in on the ground floor of Wolf streaming, pop over to:


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   CHS grad Monica Vidoni (back, right) and her fellow sophomores on the Rainy River Community College volleyball squad.

You don’t have to be in Minnesota to see Monica Vidoni play volleyball Saturday.

The former Coupeville High School spiker, who’s now a sophomore at Rainy River Community College, will hit the internet with her Voyageur teammates tomorrow.

Rainy River’s match with Northland will be streamed live, starting at 10 AM Pacific time.

RRCC is 18-10 and has won nine of its last 11 matches.

To see the match, pop over to:


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