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Audrianna Shaw was a busy bee, playing three sports while still finding time to earn a bevy of academic scholarships. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Let the honors rain down.

The Coupeville High School Class of 2022, which endured through a pandemic which altered public schooling for two-plus years, exits this weekend.

But, before graduation arrives — 1 PM Saturday, June 11 at Mickey Clark Field — school officials and community members are hailing all the Wolves have achieved.

During a virtual ceremony, CHS seniors received awards and scholarships, with the Class of 2022 bagging an impressive amount of financial help for college or trade training.

Morgan Stevens received the CHS Senior Service Award, an honor in which students are nominated by fellow students, before being voted on by faculty.

Good citizenship and sportsmanship are considered, as well as “aiding other students unselfishly, (and) serving faculty, administration and their school in an unselfish manner.”

Brian Casey and Noelle Daigneault were also named as Lion’s Club Students of the Year.

Brian Casey was a strong performer on the field and in the classroom.

 

Scholarships:

 

Allen-Phibbs:

Noelle Daigneault ($1,000)
Alana Mihill ($2,000)
Mary Milnes ($2,000)

 

Allied Health/Vaughn Porter
($5,000):

Eryn Wood

 

Association of Old Crows
($1,500 x 4 years):

Mary Milnes

 

Audubon Society
($3,000):

Logan Martin

 

Bayleaf
($1,000):

Izzy Wells

 

Bennett Boyles Memorial:

Jonathan Carroll ($2,022)
Noelle Daigneault ($2,022)
Cole Hutchinson ($1,250)
Logan Martin ($1,250)
Caleb Meyer ($2,022)
Audrianna Shaw ($1,250)
Mckenna Somes ($1,250)
Izzy Wells ($2,022)
Hawthorne Wolfe ($2,022)

 

Big Brothers/Big Sisters
($2,500):

Noelle Daigneault
Ja’Kenya Hoskins

 

Cascade Custom Homes
($1,000):

Logan Martin
Xavier Murdy

 

CEA
($1,500):

Brian Casey
Caleb Meyer

 

CFCPS
($1,000):

Ja’Kenya Hoskins
Grady Rickner
Ian Sylvester

 

Coupeville Booster Club
($1,000):

Brian Casey
Noelle Daigneault
Logan Martin
Xavier Murdy
Grady Rickner
Izzy Wells

 

David Eccles Memorial
($500):

Brian Casey

 

Dr. Leo C. Beck Scholarship
($1,000):

Caleb Meyer

 

Ed Walker Memorial
($2,000):

Brian Casey
Abby Mulholland

 

Endeavor
($1,000):

Kim Castro Sotelo

 

Educate Your Passion
($1,000):

Cecilia Camarena Barajas

 

Exceptional Student Athlete
($1,000):

Logan Martin

 

Friends of Coupeville Library
($1,500):

Brian Casey
Abby Mulholland
Amanda Thomas

 

Gervais Memorial
($1,500):

Xavier Murdy

 

Harada Family
($1,500):

Brian Casey

 

Harvey-Pickard
($2,500 x 4 years):

Cecilia Camarena Barajas
Abby Mulholland

 

Larry Engle Teacher Extraordinaire
($500):

Brian Casey

 

Leganieds
($1,000):

Cecilia Camarena Barajas
Jonathan Carroll
Logan Martin
Audrianna Shaw

 

Lion’s Club:

Cecilia Camarena Barajas ($1,000)
Jonathan Carroll ($1,000)
Brian Casey ($1,000)
Noelle Daigneault ($2,000)
Ja’Kenya Hoskins ($2,000)
Cole Hutchinson ($1,000)
Logan Martin ($2,000)
Caleb Meyer ($2,000)
Alana Mihill ($2,000)
Mary Milnes ($2,000)
Abby Mulholland ($2,000)
Xavier Murdy ($3,000)
Grady Rickner ($1,000)
Audrianna Shaw ($2,000)
Mckenna Somes ($2,000)
Ian Sylvester ($2,000)
Amanda Thomas ($1,000)
Izzy Wells ($3,000)
Hawthorne Wolfe ($1,000)
Eryn Wood ($1,000)

 

Masonic Lodge
($1,000):

Izzy Wells

 

New Leaf/Jo Balda
($2,000):

Cecilia Camarena Barajas

 

Pegasus
($1,000):

Noelle Daigneault

 

Red Apple Market
($1,000):

Xavier Murdy

 

Rose Hip
($1,000):

Cecilia Camarena Barajas

 

Salon Blue
($1,000):

Katelin McCormick

 

Soroptimists
($1,000):

Abby Mulholland

 

Toby’s
($1,000):

Caleb Meyer

 

Trades for Career/Drawing Room
($500):

Logan Martin

 

West Family Foundation
($1,000):

Cecilia Camarena Barajas
Audrianna Shaw
Amanda Thomas
Eryn Wood

 

WIAMOAA
($3,000):

Mary Milnes

 

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Mary Milnes is Coupeville’s Class of 2022 Valedictorian. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

She’s the best of the bunch.

Mary Milnes, a two-sport athlete who also excelled in the classroom, tops the Coupeville High School Class of 2022, earning Valedictorian honors with a 3.99 GPA.

The Wolf soccer and tennis ace is headed to the University of Washington to study biology after wrapping up her CHS stint.

Milnes nips Ian Sylvester (3.97) in the GPA race, with the latter notching Salutatorian honors for a group counting down the final days until graduation.

Coupeville’s Class of ’22 receives its diplomas this Saturday, June 11, in a 1 PM ceremony set for Mickey Clark Field.

Rounding out the Top 10:

Izzy Wells (3.94)
Xavier Murdy (3.91)
Caleb Meyer (3.89)
Jaden Goodrich (3.86)
Alana Mihill (3.86)
Eryn Wood (3.79)
Cole Hutchinson (3.77)
Sophie Martin (3.74)

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Noelle Daigneault received the Most Inspirational award at Coupeville High School’s tennis banquet. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Noelle Daigneault was a busy bee Wednesday.

The Coupeville High School senior pocketed three citations, as Wolf girls tennis capped its season with an awards banquet.

Daigneault was honored as Most Inspirational, while also joining Abby Mulholland in being recognized for their work as team captains.

A four-year award — also given to long-timers Mary Milnes, Katelin McCormick, and Mullholland — wrapped things up.

Meanwhile, singles player Helen Strelow copped team MVP honors, while Vivian Farris and Skylar Parker were named Most Improved.

The banquet ended a stellar campaign for the Wolves, who won a Northwest 2B/1B League title and finished second in the team standings at bi-districts.

Skylar Parker launches a serve.

 

Varsity letter winners:

Noelle Daigneault
Vivian Farris
Hayley Fiedler
Sophie Martin
Katelin McCormick
Mary Milnes
Abby Mulholland
Helen Strelow
Lucy Tenore
Eryn Wood

 

JV certificates:

Karyme Castro
Kim Castro
Gwen Crowder
Nevaeh Hertlein-Darby
Elizabeth Lo
Sofia Milasich
Yodnam Nakakul
Skylar Parker
Leni Raduenz
Maylin Steele

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Pete Milnes keeps a watchful eye out for any soccer shenanigans. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Pete Milnes runs a tight (but fair) ship.

The dad of Coupeville High School athletic stars Mary and Hank is also a top-ranked soccer official prone to drawing the attention of photographers.

In the pics above and below, Milnes is working a pitch rumble at Oak Harbor High School, where he attracts the lens of snap-happy John Fisken.

“Don’t make me come out there and show you all how the game is supposed to be played, you punks…”

“I’m impressed, sir!”

“You should be!”

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Carolyn Lhamon earned First-Team All-League honors. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Three was the magic number.

The Coupeville High School girls soccer squad landed a trio of players on the All-Conference team Monday, as Northwest 2B/1B League coaches handed out recognition.

Junior midfielder Carolyn Lhamon and senior defender Mary Milnes landed on the First-Team, while junior defender Nezi Keiper earned Honorable Mention status.

Mount Vernon Christian teammates Abby Russell and Kylee Russell shared MVP honors, with Friday Harbor claiming the team sportsmanship award, and Coach of the Year for Kevin Cullen.

Mary Milnes was one of the top defenders in the Northwest 2B/1B League.

 

First-Team All-League:

Meg Carrier – Junior – Forward – Friday Harbor
Carolyn Lhamon – Junior – Midfielder – Coupeville
Lily Long – Junior – Midfielder – Mount Vernon Christian
Mary Milnes – Senior – Defender – Coupeville
Ahyram Orozco – Senior – Defender – Friday Harbor
Sage Penwell – Senior – Goalie – Friday Harbor
Elle Perkins – Senior – Midfielder – Friday Harbor
Abby Russell – Junior – Forward – MVC
Emily Russell – Sophomore – Forward – MVC
Kylee Russell – Senior – Midfielder – MVC
Hannah Van Hofwegen – Junior – Midfielder – MVC

 

Honorable Mention:

Delaney Cobb – Senior – Midfielder – La Conner
Karris Drake – Senior – Midfielder – La Conner
Nezi Keiper – Junior – Defender – Coupeville
Grace Van Pelt – Freshman – Goalie – MVC

Nezi Keiper’s lock-down defense was hailed by NWL coaches.

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