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Ariah Bepler finds his moment of Zen at the state track and field meet. (Logan Martin photos)

Lauren Bayne visualizes her target.

Chris Battaglia is trapped in a mesh net of emotion.

This ain’t Randy King’s first time at the rodeo.

Bayne and Bepler gaze out at the action.

   A Lynden Christian runner moves in to congratulate Danny Conlisk after the Wolf junior busted a PR and claimed 2nd in the 400.

Yes, Battaglia does feel pretty good about the luxuriousness of his hair and how it’s holding up in the Cheney heat. Thanks for asking.

   Maya Toomey-Stout (left) celebrates teammate Lindsey Roberts’ success in the hurdles.

The heat of Cheney, the roar of the overflow crowds, the electricity of the races themselves — all done for another year.

But while the state track and field meet ended Saturday, the photos, such as the ones seen above, will linger on for some time.

The pics you’re gazing upon come to us from the camera of Coupeville Middle School camera bug Logan Martin, who took a break from his own athletic pursuits to capture the goings-on in Eastern Washington.

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“So, Allison Wenzel, you’re going to the state track meet. Any thoughts?” (Photos by Logan Martin)

   Like a gunfighter strolling down Main Street, Henry Wynn moseys into town before the start of the day’s final relay.

Cameron Toomey-Stout walks the line, daring the breeze to ruffle his hair.

   Emma Smith (with ribbon), showing impeccable taste in band t-shirts, shares a moment with teammate Hannah Davidson.

   CHS coach Randy King gives Mallory Kortuem a pep talk. “Hit ’em hard, slice ’em off at the knees and let ’em bleed out!!! Oh yeah … and have fun out there.”

Wynn, held together by tape and powered by heart, sells out in the 4 x 4.

“Ready when you are, Mr. Spielberg.”

“Run as one, win as one.”

The kid has a great eye.

Coupeville Middle School track star Logan Martin has proven to be an ace with the camera as well, providing a fresh perspective while clicking away at high school meets.

The photos seen above, which capture the mix of stillness and power to be found around the oval, come from this past weekend’s district meet in Renton.

Coupeville is sending 16 athletes on to the state meet in Cheney, and, hopefully, one fast-rising camera bug to capture their exploits.

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   Aiden Burdge, seen earlier this season, competed in three events Wednesday at Port Townsend. (Ja’Tarya Hoskins photo)

Let the PR’s rain down.

Competing in its second meet of the season Wednesday, the Coupeville Middle School track and field squad racked up 34 career-best marks.

The Wolves were on the road in Port Townsend, vying with host Blue Heron and Stevens.

CMS hosts its first home meet May 8, when the Wolves welcome Chimacum and Blue Heron to Whidbey.

Complete (I think) Wednesday results:

 

GIRLS:

60 — Ja’Kenya Hoskins 8.80 *PR*, Angelina Gebhard 9.10; Cristina McGrath 9.98; Abigail Place 10.20 *PR*

100 — Claire Mayne 15.90; Helen Strelow 16.06; Jordyn Rogers 16.50; Place 16.60; Mercedes Kalwies-Anderson 16.60

200 — Audrianna Shaw 30.40 *PR*; Hoskins 31.28; Abigail Ramirez 34.61; Mayne 34.70; Strelow 38.90

400 — Mary Milnes 1:15; Ramirez 1:21; Maddie Andrews 1:26

800 — Carolyn Lhamon 3:05.40; Milnes 3:07

1600 — Jaelyn Crebbin 6:41; Lhamon 6:44 *PR*; Alana Mihill 7:03

75 Hurdles — Kiara Contreras 16.60

200 hurdles — Bella Velasco 36.80 *PR*; A. Shaw 38.00

4 x 100 relay  — Mayne, Contreras, Velasco, Ramirez 1:03.40; Noelle Daigneault, Gebhard, Eryn Wood, Ella Colwell 1:04.90 *PR*

4 x 200 relay — Velasco, A. Shaw, Crebbin, Hoskins 2:05.70 *PR*; Daigneault, Gebhard, Mihill, Lhamon 2:18 *PR*

Shot Put — Daigneault 22-04; Wood 21-05; McGrath 13-3

Discus — Colwell 59-05 *PR*; McGrath 46-10 *PR*; Strelow 43-08

Turbo — Mihill 54-09 *PR*; Wood 43-08; Place 39-00 *PR*; Milnes 36-01; McGrath 35-08; Andrews 22-01

High Jump — Colwell 4-00; Gebhard 3-08

Long Jump — Hoskins 12-00; A. Shaw 11-04 *PR*; Strelow 10-03.50, Colwell 10-01; Mayne 9-01.50; Place 9-01 *PR*; Contreras 8-07

 

BOYS:

60 — Lucious Binning 8.53; Joven Light 8.90; Dominic Coffman 9.62; Ty Duddridge 10.60 *PR*; Brayden Coatney 10.70;  Connor Bachmann 10.81; Jesse Cowan 10.90

100 — DJ Stadler 12.60; Aiden Burdge 13.40; Rieley Araceley 13.84 *PR*; Light 14.80 *PR*; Lucas Salazar 14.90 *PR*; Coffman 15.00; Aiden Anderson 15.70; Duddridge 18.25

200 — Caleb Meyer 26.50; Stadler 27.40; Araceley 29.20

400 — Araceley 1:10.40; Coffman 1:25

1600 — Elijah Pepin 6:20 *PR*; Tate Wyman 6:57

4 x 100 relay — Ty Hamilton, Burdge, Binnings, Meyer 53.03 *PR*; Bachmann, Light, Salazar, Stadler 1:01 *PR*

Shot Put — Logan Martin 34-09; Gabe Shaw 27-01 *PR*, Wesley Cowan 18-00

Discus — Martin 84-04; G. Shaw 58-04; W. Cowan 44-09 *PR*; J. Cowan 42-00; Anderson 41-02

Turbo — Stadler 112-11; Martin 111-06 *PR*; Binnings 97-01; Salazar 73-03 *PR*; Bachmann 71-03 *PR*; G. Shaw 66-04 *PR*; Hamilton 66-00 *PR*; Light 65-00 *PR*, Duddridge 55-05 *PR*; Anderson 38-09 *PR*; W. Cowan 34-05

High Jump — Martin 4-08; Meyer 4-08; G. Shaw 4-04

Long Jump — Meyer 14-00; Hamilton 13-02 *PR*; Burdge 12-00; Araceley 11-07.50 *PR*; Duddridge 9-10.50 *PR*; Anderson 8-3; J. Cowan 8-02, Bachmann 7-09

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Emma Smith prepares to get legendary. (Photos by Logan Martin)

Chris Battaglia unleashes the ancient dance of the discus thrower.

Natalie Hollrigel flies down the back stretch.

The momentary quiet of the shot put…

   followed by the fury, as Ryan Labrador lets rip under the watchful gaze of Keahi Sorrows.

Smith and the paparazzi stare each other down.

Thane Peterson floats back to Earth.

   Sorrows, Labrador and CHS coach Bob Martin, AKA “The Wrecking Crew,” out for a Reservoir Dogs-style stroll.

Logan Martin is a master of many arts.

The Coupeville Middle School 8th grader is a standout three-sport athlete (football, basketball and track), but also one who just revealed a skillful touch with the camera.

Making his bid to move into the hotly-contested world of the paparazzi, Martin captured the images above when he was at the recent Lil’ Norway Track and Field Invitational with dad Bob, an assistant coach for CHS.

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   Alex (left) and Xavier Murdy, who both had strong seasons for CMS, hang out with their shooting coach. (Photo courtesy Michele Murdy)

That’s all they wrote.

Ending their season deep on the road at Port Angeles Wednesday, the Coupeville Middle School boys hoops squads ran into a cutthroat rival in ginormous Stevens.

Somewhat predictably, it wasn’t a particularly thrilling finale for the over-matched Wolves, with both varsity and JV being knocked off.

If nothing else, it’s the last time the CMS boys are likely to face Stevens, which funnels students to a large 2A high school and is the rare middle school to have tryouts and cuts for their basketball teams.

With Coupeville jumping out of the Olympic League at the end of the 2017-2018 school year, it will also leave behind the stitched-together middle school version of that league.

Currently, the Wolf middle school athletes play against two schools — Stevens and Sequim — which support 2A schools, along with Port Townsend, Chimacum and the-school-at-the-end-of-the-world, Forks.

Varsity:

Less than 24 hours after pushing Seqium to the final shot, Coupeville stayed competitive with Stevens, which built its 12-man roster off of 50-man tryouts.

Unfortunately, the game slipped away in the second half, with the hosts collecting a 56-41 win.

The loss drops the Wolves final record to 6-4.

Caleb Meyer led the way with 14, while Logan Martin and Xavier Murdy hit eight apiece.

Hawthorne Wolfe (4), Gabe Shaw (3), Aiden Burdge (2), Grady Rickner (2) and Cody Roberts all played their final middle school hoops game, and will bounce up to high school ball next year.

JV:

Damon Stadler accounted for 60% of Coupeville’s offense, dropping in nine in a 57-15 loss.

The young, very inexperienced second squad finished the year at 1-9, with their lone win coming against Chimacum.

Ty Hamilton knocked in four and Alex Wasik drained a bucket to round out the scoring.

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