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Want to run track for Randy King, or play any of a billion other sports at CHS or CMS? You need a physical. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Want a sports physical, but don’t want to go out of your way to set up an appointment with a doctor?

The Coupeville Booster Club is here to make things easy for you with an event May 22 at the high school gym.

Tentatively called “Night of 1,000 Physicals” (OK, I made that part up…), the event runs from 6-9 PM and is open to all CMS and CHS athletes.

Cost is $45 and proceeds will fund a needs-based college scholarship for a CHS athlete, which will be awarded May 2019.

Cash, debit cards and checks are all accepted.

You need to sign up prior to the event, and can do so at:

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0e4eabaa2ba02-sports1

When you pop over there, you’ll also find a health history form to fill out and bring with you.

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   Want to be a football star like Jacob Martin? Gotta jump through The Man’s hoops first — get a physical, fill out paperwork, etc. (John Fisken photo)

The gym will be hopping Thursday.

In preparation for the start of fall sports, a Middle School/High School Sports Day will run 12-8 PM in the CHS gym complex.

Sports paperwork and payments will be accepted until 6 PM in the high school gym, while physicals will be offered until 8 PM in the middle school gym.

Cost for physicals is $45, with all proceeds going to the Coupeville Booster Club’s scholarship fund.

To set up an appointment, call 1-636-675-1632.

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Jacob Martin (John Fisken photos)

   CHS gridiron ace Jacob Martin strides into his senior season. (John Fisken photos)

volleyball

Wolf spikers reach for the stars.

It’s time to start seriously thinking about fall sports.

The calendar still says summer, but the first marker heralding a new year of school sports is fast approaching.

This Thursday (Aug. 11) brings the CMS/CHS Sports Sign Up Day, which will run from noon-6 PM in the Coupeville High School gym.

Athletes and their parents can take care of registration and fees while getting schedules.

In a change from previous years, there won’t be any physicals offered that day.

All athletes need to have an updated physical prior to the start of practice to be eligible to participate.

High school football is first up, starting practice Aug. 17.

Girls soccer, boys tennis and volleyball start Aug. 22, while middle school volleyball and football begin practices Sept. 6.

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Ryan Griggs prepares to launch himself down field. (John Fisken photos)

   Ryan Griggs and his teammates kick off practice Aug. 20, but all CHS athletes need to get their paperwork done this week. (John Fisken photos)

Fall sports approach for Wolves like Erin Rosenkranz. (John Fisken photo)

Erin Rosenkranz and Co. open practice Aug. 25.

Fall sports approach — faster than you think.

Practice kicks off Aug. 20 for football and Aug. 25 for tennis, soccer and volleyball, but there’s a huge deadline coming up in just two days.

If you’re planning on playing a sport at Coupeville High School, you need to get your buns to the CHS gym this Thursday between 12-6 PM and turn in paperwork and pay participation fees.

Wolf athletes also need an updated physical before the start of practice.

If you’re in need of one, call 678-2414 to set up an appointment. The physical fee is $40 and checks should be written to Yorioka Scholarship.

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