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Quinten Simpson-Pilgrim enjoys his time on the hardwood. (Morgan White photos)

Alex Clark (25) and Justin Jansen get ready to rumble.

Coupeville’s support crew brings the noise and the funk.

Mikey Robinett kicks the fast break into high gear.

Cole White slashes to the hoop.

JP Edoukou looks for an open teammate.

Johnny Porter lets fly.

Stone-cold killers. Sort of…

Wherever you go, Morgan White (and her camera) will be there.

The Wolf mom delivered a ton of great photos during the fall, covering Coupeville Middle School cross country from a variety of vantage points along the trail and track.

Now, she’s moved inside, turning her lens on the CMS boys basketball squads as they play.

The pics above come from three different games, and we appreciate them all.

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Preston Epp and the first-ever CMS boys soccer squad finished 2-8. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Logan Downes led the Wolves with five goals.

Tavan Hughes (10) and Nick Guay (13) helped lead the Wolves into a new world.

The first season is in the books.

The Coupeville Middle School boys soccer program, which launched this fall, reached the end of the trail Wednesday, falling 4-0 to visiting Northshore Christian Academy.

The Wolves finished 2-8 in their first go-around on the pitch, with Logan Downes (5) and Andrew Williams (2) combining to rattle home Coupeville’s goals this season.

Wednesday’s game remained scoreless until the 11th minute, when Northshore got on the board thanks to a fairly spectacular goal.

One of the visitors lofted a long ball from the right side, off of a corner kick, with a teammate springing airborne to use his head to deflect the shot past Wolf goalie William Davidson.

A second score, coming on a penalty kick, put NSA up 2-0 at the halftime break, then the private school booters tacked on two more goals in the second half.

Coupeville’s defense played strongly in the loss, with especially nice work from Mason Butler, who took over in goal midway through the first half.

A newcomer to the net, he pulled off several nice saves, including making back-to-back denials as Northshore’s high-powered offense kept up a steady barrage of in-close shots.

The debut season was a learning experience for CMS coach Reese Cernick and his players, with the soccer guru witnessing improvement as the campaign played out.

In his post-season assessment, Cernick praised players such as Quinten Simpson-Pilgrim, who entered the season with little experience, but exited having shown great growth and a desire to keep improving.

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