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Audrianna Shaw and the Coupeville High School varsity girls basketball team will NOT play Wednesday night as scheduled. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

One game down, three still standing.

The home Coupeville High School varsity girls basketball game scheduled for Wednesday night has been postponed, due to Covid issues.

It’s the second-straight game bumped from the schedule this week for the Wolf girls top team.

Coupeville is still planning to play the other three games on the schedule, with some slight adjustments to game times.

The Wolf JV boys open against Friday Harbor at 4 PM in the middle school gym, followed by the JV girls at 5:30 on the same floor.

Coupeville’s varsity boys play in the high school gym at 5:30, and will have Senior Night festivities.


UPDATE: Girls varsity game rescheduled for Saturday, Feb. 12 at noon.

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DJ Moose and members of Mussel Flats and Ike and the Old Man were scheduled to perform at Coupeville’s New Year’s Eve bash.

Mother Nature wins this round.

With snow and ice coating Whidbey Island, a New Year’s Eve event planned for the Coupeville Rec Hall has been postponed.

The family-friendly affair, which is a fundraiser for the CHS Class of 2022, has been rescheduled for Saturday, Feb. 12.

“The safety of our community members comes first and foremost,” said event organizer Stephanie Grimm Streitler.

“I’m very saddened by this decision, but it has to be done. Thank you for your understanding and support.”

Tickets already purchased will be honored in February, or you can obtain a refund by contacting Streitler at (360) 622-6059.

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Coupeville’s girls basketball teams get an early start on the holiday break, after Saturday’s trip to Langley was postponed. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Suddenly, Saturday is open.

Hours after the Coupeville High School boys basketball team postponed both of its weekend games, the Wolf girls have done the same with one half of their planned back-to-back.

While the CHS girls, unlike their male counterparts, still play tonight at Mount Vernon Christian, Saturday’s trip to Langley to face South Whidbey is off the board … for now.

“We will look to reschedule at a later date,” said Coupeville Athletic Director Willie Smith.

That means, for now at least, when the Wolves finish Friday’s tilts, the plan is for no more games until Jan. 4.

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Coupeville High School softball won’t play Friday, as La Conner has put its program on hold for two weeks after a positive COVID case. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

The pandemic has scrambled the schedule again.

Coupeville High School was set to host La Conner Friday for a softball doubleheader, but the games have been postponed after the Braves reported a positive COVID case on their team.

A baseball doubleheader between the two schools the same day remains on the schedule, with the first pitch planned for 3 PM in Cow Town.

La Conner’s softball team will be out for two weeks, with no practice or games.

“We will work with them upon their return to fill their schedule and get their kids the opportunity to have as much of a full season as possible,” said CHS Athletic Director Willie Smith.

“I have no details other than it’s a positive case and it is horrible news for the La Conner kids, coaches, families, and community.”

Coupeville softball, which is 2-0 on the season, will have an extra day off before it hosts Orcas Island Saturday afternoon.

Along with the postponed doubleheader, the Wolves have one other meeting with La Conner (0-2) on their schedule — a road trip April 3 for the season finale.

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