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Carson Grove slaps home a shot last winter. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Interest in basketball is booming.

With 27 players currently on the roster, Coupeville Middle School plans to play three boys hoops games each time out this season, instead of the original two.

Northshore Christian Academy is the lone Cascade League School which only goes two teams deep, and that matchup is a road one, meaning Wolf fans can brace for long nights when their guys are playing at home.

The season kicks off Thursday, November 17 with a trip to Langley, followed by three straight home clashes against Lakewood, Sultan, and King’s.

Coupeville’s boys, under the guidance of coaches Jon Roberts and Craig Anderson, play an eight-game schedule.

Things wrap up Dec. 14, with the CMS girls taking control of the court in the new year.

The roster as it sits today, six days out from the opening tip:

 

8th grade:

Sage Arends
Zachary Blitch
Charles Hart
Davin Houston
Kenneth Jacobsen
Riley Lawless
Jayden McManus
Mahkai Myles
Dylan Robinett
Joshua Stockdale

 

7th grade:

Jacob Barajas
Wyatt Fitch-Marron
Carson Grove
Johnathan Jacobsen
Khanor Jump
Dillin Kestner
Nicholas Laska
Roger Merino-Martinez
Nathan Niewald
Max Ohme

 

6th grade:

Hunter Atteberry
Brantley Campbell
Jeremiah Crusoe
Liam Lawson
Jacob Meador
Cyrus Sparacio
Chayse Van Velkinburgh

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Myra McDonald (8) and Willow Leedy-Bonifas (18) are back for a new season of volleyball. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

So is Adeline Maynes.

Coupeville’s gyms are alive with the sound of volleyballs smacking into the hardwood.

The high school season is well underway, while the middle school spikers are gearing up to kick off their own campaign.

CMS coaches Cris Matochi and Raven Vick have 19 girls on their current roster, though that number may change going forward.

Whoever is still standing begins play Oct. 3 with a home match against Lakewood.

The young Wolves have eight tilts on the schedule, with the first three coming at home.

CMS plays Sultan and Langley twice each, while vying with King’s, Granite Falls, Northshore Christian Academy, and the aforementioned Lakewood once.

The early roster:

 

8th grade:

Capri Anter
Haylee Armstrong
Isabella Bowder
Lexis Drake
Myra McDonald

 

7th grade:

Cheyanne Atteberry
Isabella De Souza Oliveira McFetridge
Alexis Hewitt
Willow Leedy-Bonifas
Inara Maund (Manager)
Adeline Maynes
Alyssa McGee
Rhylin Price
Tenley Stuurmans

 

6th grade:

KeeArya Brown
Emmy Carlson
Emma Leavitt
Olivia Martin
Ashlee Wells

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Ivy Rudat is one of 33 Coupeville Middle School athletes signed up for cross country. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

“Here we go again!!!!”

A new season of middle school cross country kicks off Thursday, and Coupeville coach Elizabeth Bitting couldn’t be more excited.

“Would you take a look at the roster!” she said. “It’s a big one!! This warms my heart.”

While the roster may ebb and flow a bit before the first meet, Bitting is currently expecting 33 athletes for the first day of practice.

The highlight for the Wolves arrives Oct. 12, when CMS hosts its first-ever home middle school meet at Fort Casey Park.

For anyone wondering, Coupeville’s coach is a perfect hype machine for the event.

“The course is, of course, magnificent, beautiful, breathtaking, jaw dropping, the most scenic in the league!

“But I am biased,” Bitting added with a big smile.

 

The roster as it sits now:

 

GIRLS:

8th grade:

Tirsit Cannon
Lydia Price
Ivy Rudat

 

7th grade:

Amelia Crowder
Ari Cunningham
Olivia Hall
Alexandra Lo
Emma McFadden
Laken Simpson
Mikayla Wagner
Mary Western
Marin Winger
Devon Wyman

 

6th grade:

Hailey Goldman
Ellie Marshall
Allie Powers
Sage Stavros
Maci Wofford
Camilla Wolfe

 

BOYS:

8th grade:

Zach Blitch
Kenny Jacobsen
Axel Marshall
Dylan Robinett

 

7th grade:

Isaiah Allen
Beckett Green
Johnny Jacobsen
Roger Martinez-Moreno
Nathan Niewald
Max Ohme

 

6th grade:

Avery Eelkema
Ossian Merkel
Cyrus Sparacio
Andre Volanos-Gerber

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Coupeville Middle School eighth grader Brynn Parker, celebrating a birthday today, is ready to light up the hardwood. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

It’s their gym now.

Coupeville Middle School girls basketball players are hard at work, prepping for their season opener.

That arrives Mar. 3, with Langley traveling up-Island to face off with the Wolves.

After that, CMS is on the road for three straight games, not returning to its own gym until Mar. 17.

The eight-game schedule concludes Mar. 31.

First-year Wolf coaches Kassie O’Neil and Kristina Forbes currently have 23 players, with 13 of those hoops stars hailing from sixth grade.

The roster:

 

Sixth Grade:

Isabella de Souza Oliveira
Rosie Lay
Willow Leedy-Bonifas
Ava Lucero
Taylor Marrs
Adeline Maynes
Rhylin Price
Laken Simpson
Chelsi Stevens
Tenley Stuurmans
Sydney Van Dyke
Elyse White
Marin Winger

 

Seventh Grade:

Capri Anter
Haylee Armstrong
Ava Carpenter
Lexis Drake
Melanie Wolfe

 

Eighth Grade:

Valeria de Jesus Merino
Brynn Parker
Kierra Thayer
Avery Williams-Buchanan
Liza Zustiak

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Malachi Somes and his CMS basketball teammates open play Nov. 18. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Basketball season is upon us.

First up are the Coupeville Middle School boys, who kick off an eight-game schedule at home Thursday, Nov. 18 against Langley.

Coaches Jon Roberts and Craig Anderson currently have 24 players, though that number has ebbed and flowed a bit during the first week-plus of practice.

The roster as it stands today:

 

8th graders:

Chase Anderson
Camden Glover
Easton Green
Matthew Kuzma
Aiden O’Neill
Jacob Schooley
Malachi Somes
George Spear

 

7th graders:

Zach Blitch
Kenny Jacobsen
Riley Lawless
Jayden McManus
Mahkai Myles
Dylan Robinett
Joshua Stockdale
Captain Teuscher
Ethan Walling
Jackson Waterbury

 

6th graders:

Wyatt Fitch-Marron
Beckett Green
Carson Grove
Nicholas Laska
Max Ohme
Jonah Weyl

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