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Wolf cheerleader Ella Bueler stalks the perfect pic. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

The Hawthorne Wolfe fan club gets vocal.

Phil Renninger commands the floor.

Where the action starts.

CHS band director Jamar Jenkins fires up the drum set.

The most-experienced scorer’s table staff in the biz.

CHS girls hoops guru Scott Fox (back) swaps tales with longtime coach turned Whidbey News-Times Sports Editor Jim Waller.

Former CHS volleyball stars Ashley Menges (far left) and Maya Toomey-Stout (second from right) discuss life.

Sometimes the real action is what happens between plays on the court.

Photographer John Fisken stays busy, even when the players on the court are taking a momentary pause, and the pics above capture those supplementary moments.

From cheerleaders moonlighting as paparazzi, to band directors sitting in for their drummers, to friends and former teammates reconnecting, it’s all part of the tapestry of CHS sports.

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Wolf cheerleaders Julie Bucio (back) and Coral Caveness pass on the legacy to a new generation. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Get you someone who looks at you the way Sarah Wright looks at confetti.

Jada Heaton makes the snag of the spring. (Jackie Saia photo)

Kai Wong celebrates a fumble recovery. (Photo property CHS football twitter account)

Zoe Trujillo (front) and Maddie Vondrak get down with their bad selves. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Ulrik Wells comes crashin’ home. (Karen Carlson photo)

Izzy Wells gives lil’ sister Savina a lift. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Carolyn Lhamon denies you.

Ben Smith (left) and Sean Toomey-Stout hug it out. (Deb Smith photo)

Emily Fiedler celebrates after the Wolves won a team competition at cheer camp. (BreAnna Boon photo)

Mid-match black eyes can’t stop the stone-cold killer that is Scout Smith. (Charlotte Young photo)

Lindsey Roberts directs traffic. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Lucy Sandahl inspires Avery Parker. (Photo courtesy Cory Whitmore)

CHS football coaches Kwamane Bowens (left) and Bennett Richter, caught up in the excitement of a winning season. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Natalie Hollrigel, wrecking ball.

Bound for the state tourney. (Jackie Saia photo)

Mason Grove’s defense is so strong it knocks off rival player’s shoes. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Avalon Renninger pops in for some photo love with the grandparents.

Maya Toomey-Stout rises up and destroys. (Brian Vick photo)

The (very talented) future of Wolf athletics. (Sherine Wenzel photo)

We published 100’s of photos on Coupeville Sports in 2019, but these were the ones whose impact lasted the longest.

It’s not scientific. It’s just me going back through the files and seeing what, to my mind, still pops.

So click away.

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Coupeville senior Maya Toomey-Stout was a First Team All-Conference pick for the second-straight season. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Scout Smith was a Second Team All-Conference pick at setter.

Hannah Davidson closed her prep volleyball career by being tabbed an All-Conference player.

It was one of the most successful seasons in program history.

The three Coupeville High School volleyball teams combined to go 33-10 this fall, with the varsity hitting record-setting highs.

The top Wolf squad started 12-1, while claiming both its fourth-straight top-two league finish and 10+ win season, all under coach Cory Whitmore.

With 14 wins at season end, the 2019 varsity spikers tied the 2004 team for the most victories in a single season by a Coupeville volleyball squad.

That excellence was honored Thursday, as the Wolves put a final bow on the season with a team awards banquet.

Topping the achievements were three All-League selections, as North Sound Conference coaches praised CHS seniors Maya Toomey-Stout, Scout Smith, and Hannah Davidson.

Toomey-Stout landed First Team honors for a second-straight season, while her teammates both were Second Team picks.

 

Team awards:

 

Varsity:

MVP — Maya Toomey-Stout
Most Inspirational — Scout Smith
Most Improved — Lucy Tenore
Spirit of a Wolf — Zoe Trujillo

 

JV:

MVP — Maddie Georges
Most Inspirational — Kylie Chernikoff
Most Improved — Ryanne Knoblich

 

C-Team:

MVP — Ryanne Knoblich
Most Inspirational — Jill Prince
Most Improved — Mercedes Kalwies-Anderson

 

Varsity letter winners:

Hannah Davidson
Emma Mathusek
Chelsea Prescott
Lucy Sandahl
Scout Smith
Lucy Tenore
Maya Toomey-Stout
Zoe Trujillo
Raven Vick
Willow Vick
Maddie Vondrak

 

Participation certificates:

Alita Blouin
Kylie Chernikoff
Vivian Farris
Maddie Georges
Gwen Gustafson
Taygin Jump
Mercedes Kalwies-Anderson
Ryanne Knoblich
Anya Leavell
Ivy Leedy
Allie Lucero
Maya Lucero
Jaimee Masters
Heidi Meyers
Abby Mulholland
Jill Prince
Jordyn Rogers
Jessica Ross-McMahon

 

And a cinematic look back at the year, thanks to Brian Vick:

 

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Emma Mathusek celebrates after helping her team win a key point. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Maya Toomey-Stout elevates.

Raven Vick launches another ace.

Zoe Trujillo flies out of the gym.

Lucy Sandahl, Miss Consistency at the service line, remains flawless.

Maddie Vondrak rocks ’em at the net.

Wolf fans bring the love.

Fab frosh Lucy Tenore denies a would-be winner.

John Fisken had plenty of time to snap photos.

With the Coupeville High School volleyball squad playing a pair of five-set brawls Tuesday night at the District 1 tourney, the action stretched on for hours.

While the final scores didn’t come out in favor of the Wolves, the pics Fisken shot did.

To see everything he snapped, and maybe buy some glossies for Gram and Gramps, pop over to:

https://www.johnsphotos.net/Sports/Coupeville-Volleyball/VB-2019-11-05-District-1-tournament/

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Lucy Sandahl knows Coupeville volleyball needs two wins at districts to advance to bi-districts. (Brian Vick photo)

Senior setter Scout Smith is ready to lead her team into the fire. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Win, and win, again.

The Coupeville High School volleyball squad, flying high at 13-2, kicks off the postseason Saturday in Lynden needing at least one victory in two matches to keep playing.

Do that, and the Wolves come home next Tuesday, where they will again need at least one win in two matches to advance – this time to bi-districts.

The two-day District 1 tourney features eight schools fighting for five tickets to the District 1/2 bi-district rumble, with the North Sound Conference providing five of the eight competitors.

That’s thanks to NSC #5 seed Sultan dumping Mount Baker, the #4 seed from the Northwest Conference, 3-1 Wednesday in a play-in match.

The biggest shocker in the final days of the regular season was South Whidbey, all but locked-in to a NSC #3 seed, falling on the road to Granite Falls, which entered play 0-9 in league play.

The loss drops the Falcons to a #4 seed, and puts them into the same bracket as #2 seed Coupeville.

For the next-door neighbors to play Saturday, they would both need to win or lose their openers in the morning.

Coupeville plays NWC #3 Nooksack Valley, while South Whidbey gets NWC #1 Lynden Christian.

While those matches are held in Lynden, the other half of the draw goes down Saturday in Shoreline, home of NSC #1 King’s.

The Knights face Sultan in the opener, with NSC #3 Cedar Park Christian lining up against NWC #2 Meridian.

It’ll be the first time these leagues have clashed this season on the volleyball court, as none of the teams crossed over during their non-conference schedules.

A breakdown of what you need to know headed into the two-day, three-city, eight-team district tourney:

 

What: District 1 volleyball tourney

 

When: Saturday and Tuesday, Nov. 2 and 5

 

Where: Saturday – Lynden Christian High School (515 Drayton St. in Lynden) and King’s High School (19303 Fremont Ave. N. in Shoreline); Tuesday – Coupeville High School (501 S Main in Coupeville)

 

Admission:

Adults and students w/o ASB — $7
Students w/ASB — $5
Children (ages 6-12) and Senior Citizens — $5
Children (0-5) — Free

 

Bracket:

http://www.nscathletics.com/tournament.php?tournament_id=3120&sport=10

 

Team capsules:

Cedar Park Christian:

Season record: 10-6

League finish: #3 in 1A North Sound Conference

Sets W/L: 35-28

Coach: Julie Nelson

Seniors: Rachel Cumley, Marci Drews, Irena Korolenko, Kiara Renstrom

Mascot: Eagles

 

Coupeville:

Season record: 13-2

League finish: #2 in 1A North Sound Conference

Sets W/L: 39-10

Coach: Cory Whitmore

Seniors: Hannah Davidson, Emma Mathusek, Lucy Sandahl, Scout Smith, Maya Toomey-Stout, Zoe Trujillo, Raven Vick, Willow Vick

Mascot: Wolves

 

King’s:

Season record: 14-0

League finish: #1 in North Sound Conference

Sets W/L: 42-4

Coach: Bart Foley

Seniors: Ellie Gaenz, Alli Hansen, Olivia Hjelle, Ava Mason, Katy Rettenmier

Mascot: Knights

 

Lynden Christian:

Season record: 10-4

League finish: #1 1A team in 1A/2A/3A Northwest Conference

Sets W/L: 33-17

Coach: Kimberly Grycel

Seniors: Brooklyn Bosman, Liv Mellema

Mascot: Lyncs

 

Meridian:

Season record: 10-5

League finish: #2 1A team in 1A/2A/3A Northwest Conference

Sets W/L: 32-23

Coach: Shannon Claeys

Seniors: Ella Carpenter, Makenzie Flake

Mascot: Trojans

 

Nooksack Valley:

Season record: 8-6

League finish: #3 1A team in 1A/2A/3A Northwest Conference

Sets W/L: 29-20

Coach: Katie Emmons

Seniors: Jasmin Harmon, Taylor Loreen, Kimberly Perry

Mascot: Pioneers

 

South Whidbey:

Season record: 5-9

League finish: #4 in 1A North Sound Conference

Sets W/L: 21-31

Coach: Mandy Jones

Seniors: Arianna Briggs, Alyssa Johnson, Kayla Knauer

Mascot: Falcons

 

Sultan:

Season record: 7-10

League finish: #5 in 1A North Sound Conference

Sets W/L: 27-37

Coach: Katie Power

Seniors: Talea Blasko, Lindsey Fleming, Madison Hauge, Hollee Seaward, Lydia Sorgen

Mascot: Turks

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