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If you’re a Coupeville High School football player or parent, head coach Marcus Carr wants to see you Wednesday night. (Photo by JohnsPotos.net)

Spring has just sprung, so it’s time to think about football.

With recent announcements concerning the Coupeville High School team moving to an independent schedule, and the CMS program being shut down and replaced with flag football, there may be plenty of questions lingering in the air.

CHS head coach Marcus Carr will speak to the people this week, and here’s a letter he sent out Monday:

I would like to invite the parents/players of the 2019 Wolves Football Team (grades 9-12) to a mandatory informational meeting to be held on Wednesday, May 29 at 6:30 PM.

The meeting will be held at Coupeville High School’s gym, in the health room.

This meeting will be held only once this year and it is very important that at least one parent of the athlete attend this meeting.

We will be covering practice requirements for spring/summer football activities, which impact student athlete participation starting on May 31.

We will also be covering everything you need to know about the upcoming season — parent involvement, events, practice schedules, summer camp, summer weight program, and changes that have been made to the football program.

Lastly, I will be covering how we are making Wolves football the safest it has ever been through our use of the Seahawks tackling techniques, Guardian Caps, and other equipment.

Even if you do not have a child in football or may be on the fence of allowing them to play, I encourage you to attend.

I look forward to seeing you!

Respectfully,

Marcus Carr
Head Football Coach

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With a new football season on the horizon, CHS coaches are holding a parents meeting Aug. 9. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Clear your schedule.

If you have a child who wants to play football for Coupeville High School, you need to get yourself to the CHS gym next Thursday, Aug. 9 for a parent meeting.

It all goes down at 6:30 PM that night, when new head coach Marcus Carr and his staff will lay out all the important details on the upcoming season.

And a new gridiron campaign is just around the corner.

The first day Washington state high school football teams can practice is Aug. 15, and Coupeville’s opening game is Aug. 31 at Port Townsend.

After four years of being rivals in the Olympic League, the Wolves and RedHawks have reverted to non-conference foes with CHS joining the new North Sound Conference.

Coupeville’s home opener is Sept. 7 against Vashon, and its league opener is Sept. 28, when the Wolves host King’s.

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New helmets are nice, but they'll look nicer if you're hoisting them skywards while standing on the field at the Tacoma Dome.

Show up for the parent info night and your son stands a better chance of wearing a shiny new helmet. So, there’s that.

Are you a parent or guardian of a Coupeville High School football player?

Than it’s awfully convenient you’re reading this…

Anyway, if you are, your presence is cordially requested in the school’s health room (inside the CHS gym) at 6 PM Monday, July 14.

Wolf football coach Tony Maggio and his staff will be on hand to discuss next year’s schedule and other pertinent info. Paperwork for players to be eligible to participate will be handed out.

Coupeville, which is leaving the 1A/2A Cascade Conference and moving into the 1A Olympic League, where it will face Port Townsend, Klahowya and Chimacum, will resume practice July 14-19 from 4-6 each night.

Opportunity abounds for the Wolves. Don’t miss out on being part of the ride.

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