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Marenna Rebischke-Smith is part of a 13-woman CHS winter cheer squad. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Winter cheer is coming.

High School basketball season starts Monday, when Coupeville players hit the floor for their first practices.

While Wolf ballers will just be getting started, their cheer counterparts are already working towards a new season, leaving the gridiron sidelines behind for the warmth of the gym.

First-year CHS coach BreAnna Boon has a 13-woman roster with which to work, with 11 of those Wolves returning from football season.

“We are a small but mighty squad!,” Boon said. “Great things are coming … be prepared to be amazed!”

The CHS winter cheer squad:

Ashleigh Battaglia
Julie Bucio
Kim Castro
Coral Caveness
Emily Fiedler
Kaley Grigsby
Ja’Tarya Hoskins
Lola Jimenez
Jaden Marrs
Marenna Rebischke-Smith
Mica Shipley
Bella Velasco
Melia Welling

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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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   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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   Kyla Briscoe shows off her dead-eye shooting touch Tuesday as she rains down buckets on Port Townsend. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

International woman of mystery Julia García Oñoro is a master of multitasking.

Maddy Hilkey leads the assault on the basket.

Lindsey Roberts lives by Ivan Drago’s motto in Rocky IV — “I must break you.”

Sarah Wright is in the zone.

Ashlie Shank’s fan club (at least part of it) is on scene.

With a little help from her friends, Wolf cheerleader Mica Shipley stands tall.

   Genna Wright explains her basketball philosophy. “They call me The Grave Digger, grandpa, cause I bury fools.”

With great power, comes great responsibility.

John Fisken has the snazzy cameras, he has the impeccable photographic eye and he wanders Whidbey snapping like a madman, so it’s a good thing he fully embraces his power.

The latest beneficiaries are the CHS girls basketball players, their parents and fans, and, of course, Coupeville Sports, since he delivers a medley of snappy pics guaranteed to drive my page hits upwards.

The photos you see are from Tuesday’s tilt against Port Townsend, where the Wolves swept varsity and JV games from the RedHawks.

To see all of Fisken’s action shots, pop over to:

http://www.johnsphotos.net/Sports/Coupeville-basketball-2017-2018/GBB-2018-01-09-vs-Pt-Townsend/

And remember, purchases help fund college scholarships for CHS student/athletes.

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   Wolf cheerleader Mica Shipley touches the heavens. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

   “Who knew they could play the sweet, sweet sounds of Chicago this FREAKIN’ LOUD???”

Mckenzie Meyer, Renaissance Woman.

Amanda Neitzel and Kory Score enjoy an evening on the town.

   Skyy Lippo, soon to be seen dancing the lead role in the ballet she’s reppin’ on her sweatshirt.

   Ja’Kenya Hoskins just wants to eat her popcorn and check her updates, but the paparazzi is always gettin’ up in her face.

   CHS volleyball stars (l to r) Emma Smith, Lucy Sandahl and Ashley Menges swing by to see if the gym still looks the same.

Melia Welling gives Ashleigh Battaglia a leg (or two) up.

In his later years, Harris Sinclair got really, really into his music.

Softball sensation Tamika Nastali lays down some sweet air guitar riffs.

There’s the game, and then there’s the universe around the game.

On the court, basketball plays out. Meanwhile, around the sides, cheerleaders fly high, band members wail, and fans look for a chance to get their photos snapped.

Wanderin’ camera clicker John Fisken is always a busy bee at games, and he doesn’t disappoint, delivering a mix of off-court pics for your light Saturday reading enjoyment.

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