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CHS cheer sensation Melia Welling is ready to rock ‘n roll. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Kylie Chernikoff gets ready to thread the needle.

Gavin Knoblich can beat you with either hand.

The Wolves get their kicks in.

The Ruckinator has returned to the gym. Chris Ruck is back to break ankles and take names.

Mica Shipley explodes into action.

Freshman Anya Leavell fine-tunes her shot.

Winter sports are upon us.

Basketball and cheer have taken over the gyms at Coupeville High School, with the first game less than two weeks away.

Wanderin’ photographer John Fisken was out and about Thursday afternoon and captured the Wolves putting in work.

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Wolf cheerleaders, seen here at the preseason jamboree, were ready to rock from day one. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

BreAnna Boon’s first season is in the books.

The Coupeville High School cheer coach capped her first time running things on the Wolf sidelines with a season-ending banquet Tuesday night.

Boon honored seniors Julie Bucio and Moira Reed with four-year awards, while handing out letters to 15 girls who stayed loud ‘n proud while cheering on football this fall.

Now, the coach and her athletes head indoors for the start of basketball season.

 

Letter winners:

Ashleigh Battaglia
Julie Bucio
Kim Castro

Coral Caveness
Emily Fiedler

Kaley Grigsby
Ja’Kenya Hoskins

Ja’Tarya Hoskins
Isabel Hucke
Marenna Rebischke-Smith

Moira Reed
Mica Shipley
Emma Somes
Bella Velasco

Melia Welling

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Marenna Rebischke-Smith kicks off our 2018 Coupeville High School cheer portraits. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Ja’Kenya Hoskins

Melia Welling

Loud ‘n proud.

Ashleigh Battaglia

Moira Reed

Bella Velasco

The secret is out, as Cassidy Moody reveals the woman beneath the Wolf mask.

It’s not official until they take your portrait.

Once you get your close-up from John Fisken, then a new season starts seeming a little more real.

Thursday afternoon it was time for the Coupeville High School cheer squad and new coach BreAnna Boon to spend some quality time with the photo flicker, and the pics above are part of what was shot.

Before the season is done, I’ll run all 17 photos from the shoot, but today you get a first taste.

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   Sophomore Melia Welling took home two awards and a letter Thursday as Coupeville cheer wrapped its season with a banquet.

Share and share alike.

The Coupeville High School cheer squad officially wrapped up the winter sports season Thursday, handing out awards at a banquet.

When they did, the Wolves shared the loot, with two awards ending in ties.

Mica Shipley and Melia Welling shared the Wolf Award, while Claire Mietus, Julie Bucio and Ja’Tarya Hoskins all earned a piece of the award for Most Spirited.

In other honors, Welling took home the Coach’s Award and Isabel Hucke captured Most Improved.

CHS cheer coaches Emily Stevens and Amanda Jones handed out letters to 10 cheerleaders:

Julie Bucio
Maggie Crimmins
Jesse Hester
Ja’Tarya Hoskins
Isabel Hucke
Claire Mietus
Mira Mostafavinassab
Heather Nastali
Mica Shipley
Melia Welling

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   Freshman Melia Welling was named Most Improved at Wednesday’s CHS cheer banquet. (Photo courtesy Michion Welling)

First in spirit, first to have their banquet.

The Coupeville High School cheer squad kicked off awards season Wednesday, handing out letters and certificates to cap its fall campaign.

First-year coaches (and Wolf cheer alumni) Emily Stevens and Amanda Jones lettered 19 cheerleaders, with three taking home additional awards.

Ashleigh Battaglia claimed the Coaches Awards, Melia Welling was tabbed as Most Improved and Kaley Grigsby was honored as Most Spirited.

Earning varsity letters:

Ashleigh Battaglia
Julie Bucio
Coral Caveness
Kayla Caudle
Maggie Crimmins
Kaley Grigsby
Gaby Halpin
Jesse Hester
Ja’Tarya Hoskins
Isabel Hucke
Mckenzie Meyer
Claire Mietus
Nanci Melendrez
Mira Mostafavinassab
Heather Nastali
Moira Reed
Mica Shipley
Emma Somes
Melia Welling

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