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Noelle Daigneault, extremely entertaining and very deserving of taking home honors. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Hawthorne Wolfe reminds you there’s a line to get his photo, and it starts over there.

You can’t dampen their enthusiasm.

Coupeville High School seniors Noelle Daigneault and Hawthorne Wolfe are multi-sport stars who both have vibrant personalities.

So, it’s sort of appropriate that the duo was both honored Tuesday, taking home the Cliff Gillies¬†Award.

That honor, named for the longtime Executive Director of the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association, recognizes student/athletes who excel in scholarship, citizenship, and participation in activities.

Daigneault was a key member of Wolf soccer and tennis teams.

On the pitch, she was a feisty, fast-talking defender who helped anchor the back line.

Pop her on a tennis court, and Daigneault was an ace, partnering with Eryn Wood to advance all the way to bi-districts.

An academic sensation, she also ruled the stage as an actress and was voted Homecoming Queen, accomplishing everything while showcasing one of the sunniest personalities in Wolf Nation.

Wolfe is one of the few CHS stars from any time period who can match Daigneault’s charisma, and he loves the spotlight.

As a senior, he helped lead Coupeville to its best boys basketball season in decades, with the Wolves winning their first league title since 2002.

The hoops squad added its first district title since 1970, then punched a ticket to the state tourney for the first time since ’88.

Wolfe went out doing what he does — raining pain on his foes from long-distance, while bobbing, weaving, and talking non-stop to fellow players, refs, and fans.

The man who lived to watch the nets flip dropped 10 of his team-high 16 points in the fourth quarter of Coupeville’s finale at state, with the final three-ball giving him 800 career points.

After that, Wolfe moved to the baseball diamond, where he earned Northwest 2B/1B League co-MVP honors for his work on the mound, in the outfield, and at the plate.

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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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Abby Mulholland is one of six Wolf netters headed to Bi-Districts May 20. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

The circle is complete.

Coupeville High School netters head to Tumwater — where I played tennis for three years — for the District 1/4 tourney.

The Wolves are sending two singles players and a pair of doubles teams to the event, which plays out Friday, May 20.

Players from Stevenson, Friday Harbor and (possibly) La Conner join Coupeville.

The mission is simple – win the tourney and you advance to the state championships, with one singles player and one doubles duo punching their ticket to the big dance.

Coupeville’s roster is 99% set, with all six players locked in, and just a little seeding action left to complete.

Eryn Wood and Noelle Daigneault won an intra-team royal rumble and are the #1 doubles unit, while longtime partners Mary Milnes and Katelin McCormick are #2.

On the other side of the draw, Abby Mulholland and Helen Strelow will play singles, after facing off this coming week in practice to determine seeding.

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Coupeville High School senior Brian Casey joins the cast in the school’s first stage production in three years. (Photos courtesy Stefanie Ask)

They’re back.

The Coupeville High School Theater Troupe is performing for the first time in three years and will present the mystery play Trap May 5-7.

Written by Stephen Gregg, the production centers around an event where the audience at a high school play falls unconscious, with one exception.

Mixing “interviews with witnesses, loved ones, first responders, and the investigators pursuing the case” the story follows “an increasingly dangerous web as it becomes clear that this phenomenon might not be entirely in the past.”

The stage is set … for mystery.

Performances of the spring theater production go down in the high school’s Performing Arts Center, with each of the three nights kicking off at 7:30 PM.

Tickets are $10 for adults, $7 for students, and $5 for students with an ASB.


Production Crew:

Stefanie Ask – Director
Milo Socha – Assistant Director
Gabriella Becktell – Lighting Tech
MacKenzie Phillips – Tech Booth Support
Kira Jorgenson – Soundboard Tech
Brooke Crosby – Costumer



Cecilia Acevedo
Adrian Burrows
Katie Buskala
Brian Casey
Brooke Crosby
Lucy Crouch
Noelle Daigneault
Riverwind DeArmond
Hayley Fiedler
Elizabeth Lo
Katelin McCormick
Pamela Morrell
Abby Mulholland
M. Safford
Brenna Silveira
Birdie Sinclair
Milo Socha
Amanda Thomas


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Skylar Parker launches a lethal serve. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

The day was action-packed.

Multiple Coupeville High School spring sports teams were in action at home Wednesday, with wanderin’ photo clicker John Fisken bouncing from locale to locale.

The photos above and below capture CHS varsity tennis and softball players in action, but are just the tip of the iceberg.

To see more, and ponder purchasing some glossy memories for Aunt Agnes and Uncle Arthur over in Amarillo, pop over to:


Girls Tennis:






Mia Farris drops a bunt, Jedi-style.

Taylor Brotemarkle is too quick for your tag.

Noelle Daigneault unleashes a missile.

The Wolf bench keeps the chatter flowing.

Eryn Wood moves in for the kill.

Katelin McCormick, reppin’ Linkin Park, and doubles mate Mary Milnes plot world domination.

Ron Wright abides.

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