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Carlota Marcos-Cabrillo leads off a collection of Wolf cheer snaps. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

The games are done, but there’s still a few fall sports pics left to be revealed.

Saturday’s state playoff football game between Coupeville and Onalaska provided shutterbugs plenty of photo ops.

The collection seen here showcases Wolf cheerleaders and was snapped by wanderin’ paparazzi John Fisken.

Miley Gerber

Pamela Morrell

Valentina Nadela

Wolf coaches Tara Crouch (left) and Jennifer Morrell

Isabella Schooley

Makenna Jonker-Chambers

Emma Morano

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Avery Williams-Buchanan leads off a collection of Wolf cheer portraits. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

The spirit lives in them.

Coupeville High School cheerleaders have been at the forefront this season, bringing the pep and the energy to everything Wolf athletics does.

As CHS preps for its Homecoming football game — this Friday 6 PM — here are portraits of some of the young women who comprise the region’s #1 cheer squad.

Emma Morano

Makenna Jonker-Chambers

Lynn Cosner

Pamela Morrell

Hayley Thomas

Carlota Marcos-Cabrillo

Gracie McFarlin

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Coupeville cheerleader Pamela Morrell, ready to get the crowd rockin’. (Morgan White photo)

If you plan it, they will volunteer.

Coupeville High School athletes showed up strong Saturday for Race the Reserve, the biggest fundraiser for the CHS senior class.

Wolf volleyball came with a big crew, but ultimately it was the CHS cheer squad which topped all fall sports teams in terms of total volunteers.

For their efforts, Jennifer Morrell’s cheerleaders captured the “Golden Shoe Award,” and will also snag an assortment of homemade cookies.

CHS volleyball players show off their spirit. (Helene Lhamon photo)

Full of cheer and joy, even early on a Saturday morning. (Helene Lhamon photo)

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Pamela Morrell gets the crowd fired up. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Their excitement can’t be denied.

The Coupeville High School winter cheer squad continues to bring the noise and the spirit each game, even as its numbers fluctuate due to Covid protocols.

Wanderin’ photo clicker John Fisken captured the Wolves in action during a recent home game, and the pics above and below are courtesy him.

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Katie Buskala leads off a pack of Coupeville High School cheerleaders. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Spirit has returned.

After a pandemic-altered school year in which Coupeville High School didn’t field a cheer program, the Wolves relaunched their sideline squad Friday night.

Under the direction of first-year head coach Jennifer Morrell, CHS cheerleaders once again brought the noise and the passion.

And, with the Wolves scoring six touchdowns in a wild 42-39 loss to visiting Klahowya, Coupeville’s spirit leaders had plenty to cheer about.

Who’s inside the Wolf costume? It’s a mystery.

Lucy Crouch

Brielle Haury

New head coach Jennifer Morrell (left), here with assistant Tara Crouch, was a Wolf cheerleader back in the day.

Isabella Schooley

Pamela Morrell

Caitlin Thomas

Avery Williams-Buchanan

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