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Golf shots were flying everywhere Saturday, as the Oak Harbor High School athletic department held its annual fundraiser. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Some tee shots, a few divots, and a whole lot of purple.

Whidbey Golf Club was hoppin’ Saturday, as Oak Harbor High School’s athletic department held its big fundraiser for the year.

The event drew a lot of Wildcats, a handful of Coupeville duffers, and wanderin’ photographer John Fisken, who kept his camera clickin’ all day.

To see much more of what he shot, pop over to:



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Freshman Madison McMillan walloped four hits Friday, helping Coupeville softball beat Oak Harbor. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

The Wolves run Whidbey.

Pounding out 17 hits Friday, the Coupeville High School varsity softball team drilled host Oak Harbor 13-7, completing a three-game sweep of their Island rivals this season.

Take two wins over 1A South Whidbey, toss in the destruction of the 3A Wildcats, and the 2B Wolves are sitting sweet at 12-1 on the season.

Coupeville, which is 6-1 against schools from bigger classifications, carries an 11-game winning streak into a home game Saturday against 2A Lakewood.

First pitch is 1 PM, with JV following varsity.

Friday’s tilt in the big city gave the Wolves a chance to show resiliency, as they had to battle back late to claim the victory.

After leading all afternoon, Coupeville gave up four runs in the bottom of the fifth inning and suddenly found itself down 5-4 with two frames left to play.

To which the Wolves said, “No worries,” and dropped the hammer.

CHS smacked five hits and eked out four walks in the top of the sixth, plating seven runs to turn a taut thriller into a runaway.

The base-knocks came from everywhere, with Gwen Gustafson leading off the inning with a double, then coming back around to smack a single later in the frame.

Gwen Gustafson, sliding in to second here, had a hot bat Friday.

Madison McMillan, Allie Lucero, and Teagan Calkins also collected hits in the inning, with Mia Farris, Melanie Navarro, Audrianna Shaw, and Calkins garnering free passes.

It was a big moment for Calkins, an 8th grader who collected her first varsity hit, and did it at a crucial moment.

While Oak Harbor got a single run back in both the sixth and seventh innings, Wolf hurler Izzy Wells closed out the game with a few snaps of her fastball-chucking wrist and the celebration was on.

The senior righty whiffed 11 ‘Cats across seven innings of work.

Coupeville opened the game by slapping a quick two runs on the board in the top of the first, before going three innings without a score.

Other than the third inning, the Wolves had runners aboard in every frame, but couldn’t break through again until the fifth, when they tapped home twice to stretch their lead to 4-1.


Friday stats:

Teagan Calkins — 1 single, 1 walk
Mia Farris — 1 single, 1 walk
Gwen Gustafson — 1 single, 1 double
Allie Lucero — 3 singles, 1 walk
Maya Lucero — 1 single
Madison McMillan — 4 singles
Melanie Navarro — 1 walk
Audrianna Shaw — 2 singles, 1 walk
Mckenna Somes — 1 single
Izzy Wells — 1 single, 1 double

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Tim Ursu flies towards the finish line. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Who’s afraid of big schools? Not Coupeville.

With a league meet at Concrete scrubbed, the Wolf track and field squad instead headed up Island Wednesday, joining 3A Oak Harbor and 2A Burlington-Edison in a three-team rumble at OHHS.

And, while 2B Coupeville doesn’t have the roster depth to win team battles against schools two and three rungs higher on the student body count ladder, CHS still made an impact.

The Wolves came away with five wins and 27 PR’s on a nasty “spring” day.

Ryanne Knoblich claimed top honors in the high jump, while Logan Martin (Shot Put), Aidan Wilson (800), Reiley Araceley (110 Hurdles), and Caleb Meyer (400) also earned top dog status in their events.

Wednesday’s triple feature was good preparation for Coupeville’s next rumble, which arrives this weekend.

The Wolves are off to Snohomish for the Gear Up Eason Invitational Saturday, an 81-team mega-meet.

Senior thrower Logan Martin will actually get started a day earlier, as the hammer throw goes down on its own Friday afternoon.


Complete Wednesday results:



100 — Issabel Johnson (16th) 15.51 *PR*; Ava Mitten (18th) 15.52; Taygin Jump (19th) 15.54

200 — Ja’Kenya Hoskins (6th) 30.65; Mitten (13th) 32.02; Johnson (21st) 34.02; Samara Maund (34th) 45.16

400 — Lyla Stuurmans (4th) 1:06.09

800 — Cristina McGrath (8th) 3:17.96 *PR*

100 Hurdles — Claire Mayne (6th) 20.74 *PR*

4 x 100 Relay — Mayne, Carolyn Lhamon, Hoskins, Mitten (4th) 57.45

4 x 200 Relay — Stuurmans, Ayden Wyman, Ryanne Knoblich, Hoskins (4th) 2:01.41

Shot Put — Lhamon (5th) 27-02; Reese Wilkinson (9th) 23-11; Erica McGrath (12th) 19-00.50

Discus — Lhamon (3rd) 93-05 *PR*; Wilkinson (6th) 74-02 *PR*; E. McGrath (9th) 71-08 *PR*; Jump (11th) 69-08 *PR*; Aby Wood (18th) 40-01

Javelin — Jump (3rd) 90-05 *PR*; Johnson (7th) 65-10 *PR*; Wood (9th) 62-05 *PR*; Mayne (12th) 61-02 *PR*; E. McGrath (14th) 56-08; Wilkinson (18th) 52-04; C. McGrath (23rd) 35-10 *PR*; Maund (25th) 28-10

High Jump — Knoblich (1st) 4-10

Long Jump — Knoblich (11th) 13-07; Hoskins (12th) 13-04

Triple Jump — Stuurmans (5th) 27-05; C. McGrath (6th) 27-00 *PR*

Birthday girl Aby Wood prepares to launch the discus.



100 — Dominic Coffman (5th) 12.23; Tim Ursu (18th) 12.95; Nehemiah Myles (28th) 13.47; Preston Epp (33rd) 13.88 *PR*; Cael Wilson (34th) 14.09; Alex Merino-Martinez (39th) 14.52 *PR*

200 — Nick Guay (6th) 26.04; Myles (22nd) 28.53

400 — Caleb Meyer (1st) 54.86; Hank Milnes (11th) 1:03.82

800 — Aidan Wilson (1st) 2:12.79; Merino-Martinez (6th) 2:44.87

1600 — Mitchell Hall (5th) 5:09.74 *PR*; Merino-Martinez (15th) 6:10.79; Tate Wyman (18th) 6:20.70

3200 — Cameron Epp (4th) 12:13.25 *PR*; Mikey Robinett (6th) 13:14.75 *PR*

110 Hurdles — Reiley Araceley (1st) 18.82 *PR*; C. Wilson (4th) 20.91

300 Hurdles — Araceley (2nd) 52.32 *PR*; T. Wyman (5th) 56.08

4 x 100 Relay — Meyer, Araceley, A. Wilson, Coffman (3rd) 46.65; Myles, P. Epp, N. Guay, Robinett (5th) 51.83

4 x 400 Relay — Hall, Milnes, C. Epp, A. Wilson (4th) 4:15.52

Shot Put — Logan Martin (1st) 46-10 *PR*; Zane Oldenstadt (12th) 31-03 *PR*; Zac Tackett (14th) 29-11.50; Josh Guay (20th) 21-02 *PR*

Discus — Martin (2nd) 140-08; Tackett (4th) 102-09; Oldenstadt (9th) 85-06 *PR*; J. Guay (20th) 62-01; C. Epp (23rd) 54-10

Javelin — Ursu (6th) 94-00 *PR*; Hall (9th) 88-10; Tackett (10th) 88-01; C. Epp (10th) 88-07; P. Epp (23rd) 70-06; J. Guay (29th) 49-03

High Jump — Coffman (3rd) 5-04; N. Guay (5th) 5-02; C. Wilson (7th) 5-00

Long Jump — Coffman (6th) 16-10.50; A. Wilson (8th) 16-08; Ursu (8th) 16-08; Robinett (10th) 16-05 *PR*; Araceley (11th) 16-01 *PR*; Milnes (15th) 14-06

Triple Jump — Milnes (7th) 26-09; Hall (8th) 25-07

Reiley Araceley, fast enough he can win the hurdles with his eyes closed.

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Peyton Caveness reached base three times Wednesday. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Improvement every day.

The Coupeville High School JV baseball team couldn’t pull out a win Wednesday, but it did put up a strong fight on a day filled with cruddy weather.

Unable to dig their way out of an early hole, the Wolves fell 13-5 to visiting Oak Harbor under an onslaught of cold rain.

The loss evens Coupeville’s record at 3-3 on the season.

Oak Harbor came off the bus ready for action, tossing a quick two runs on the board in the top of the first.

After that, the Wildcats added four more tallies in the second and five in the top of the third to build an 11-0 lead.

Coupeville’s young guns fought back, however, putting together their best offensive showing of the day in the bottom of the third.

Landon Roberts strolls home.

Base-knocks from Landon Roberts, Cole White, Peyton Caveness, and Camden Glover helped the Wolves push four runs across the plate.

CHS added a fifth score in the bottom of the fourth and final inning, giving the Wolf coaching staff continued hope.

“The bats are still alive at the JV level,” said Coupeville hardball guru Jon Roberts. “Happy to say we continue to put the bat on the ball.”

The Wolves finished the day with four hits, while also putting six runners aboard thanks to walks.

Aiden O’Neill, Caveness, and Seth Woollet each eked out a pair of free passes thanks to sharp eyes at the plate.

Coop Cooper, O’Neill, and Landon Roberts — two 8th graders and a freshman, respectively — handled pitching duties for the Wolves.

Coupeville returns to action Saturday when it travels to Bremerton to face Olympic High School.

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Coupeville netter Sophie Martin teamed with Lucy Tenore Wednesday, with the duo scorching their big-city foes. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Sophia Milasich also came up a winner against Oak Harbor.

Still undefeated.

Shuffling the roster a bit, the Coupeville High School varsity girls tennis team took care of business Wednesday, bouncing Oak Harbor’s C-Team 6-2.

The home win lifts the 2B Wolves to a pristine 3-0 on the season, with their biggest test coming up quickly.

That arrives Monday, Apr. 18, when Coupeville travels to South Whidbey to face the always-tough Falcons.

Facing off with 3A Oak Harbor, the Wolves controlled much of the match, with two of their six wins coming thanks to 8-0 bagel jobs.

Of Coupeville’s two losses, the closest was a battle royal where the Wolves fell in a tiebreaker.


Complete Wednesday results:

1st Doubles — Mary Milnes/Katelin McCormick won 8-2

2nd Doubles — Eryn Wood/Skylar Parker won 8-0

3rd Doubles — Noelle Daigneault/Elizabeth Lo lost 8-1

4th Doubles — Hayley Fiedler/Vivian Farris won 8-3

5th Doubles — Sophie Martin/Lucy Tenore won 8-0

6th Doubles — Kim Castro/Leni Raduenz lost 8-7(7-4)

7th Doubles — Sophia Milasich/Yodnam Nakakul won 8-5

8th Doubles — Maylin Steele/Karyme Castro won 8-3

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