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Mary Milnes plays for the love of the game. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Eryn Wood swats a shot while holding court last spring.

The courts were alive with the sound of tennis balls being whacked by rackets.

And then, silence.

The COVID-19 pandemic brought a brutally-quick ending to the spring sports season, preventing Coupeville High School teams from playing any contests against rival schools.

For a Wolf tennis team which offered a mix of returning veterans and bright-eyed newcomers, that’s a shame.

But even if their season ended too soon, we can still take a moment to recognize the netters and their coaches.

The 2020 CHS girls tennis team would have been…

 

Alita Blouin
Cecilia Camarena
Kim Castro
Monica Clark
Noelle Daigneault
Emily Fiedler
Hayley Fiedler
Cassidy Holmes
Jaimee Masters
Katelin McCormick
Mary Milnes
Abby Mulholland
Avalon Renninger
Marie Roberts
Cypress Socha
Helen Strelow
Lucy Tenore
Eryn Wood
Tia Wurzrainer

Ken Stange (Head Coach)
Drake Borden (Assistant Coach)

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Derek Leyva was set to make a run at the CHS soccer career scoring record before the COVID-19 pandemic erased the season. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Abraham Leyva keeps his Coupeville High School soccer career scoring record.

That was in doubt until the COVID-19 pandemic erased spring sports before any games could be played.

Denied their senior seasons, Abraham’s cousin Derek (38 goals) and younger brother Aram (29) won’t catch the first Leyva, who hit the back of the net 45 times in three seasons.

As we contemplate a lost season, a look at the players and coaches who were primed to make a run on the pitch this spring.

The 2020 edition of Wolf soccer would have featured …

 

Aiden Anderson
Owen Barenburg
Aiden Burdge
Chris Cernick
Miles Davidson
Sage Downes
Dakota Eck
Brandon Epp
Tony Garcia
Zach Ginnings
Daylon Houston
Alex Jimenez
Michael Langille
Michael Laska
Alberto Leyva
Aram Leyva
Derek Leyva
Jonathan Partida
Kevin Partida
Grant Steller
Mitchell Summers
Hunter Wilkinson
James Wood
Tate Wyman
Sam Wynn

Kyle Nelson (Head Coach)
Michael Barenburg (Assistant Coach)
Reese Cernick (Assistant Coach)
Robert Wood (Assistant Coach)

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Gavin Knoblich (backward cap) and Cody Roberts were primed for another successful season on the Coupeville High School baseball diamond. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

The bats are put away, the diamond silent.

The COVID-19 pandemic brought an early end to spring sports in Washington state, denying Coupeville athletes and their rivals a chance to play.

It stings, especially for those whose senior season was erased.

But while CHS baseball players won’t get a chance to take the field, they won’t be forgotten.

The 2020 Wolf team that was to be…

 

Cameron Gates
Mason Grove
Scott Hilborn
Coen Killian
Gavin Knoblich
Xavier Murdy
Daniel Olson
Cody Roberts
Andrew Score
Sage Sharp
Johnny Valenzuela
Seth Weatherford
Ulrik Wells
Hawthorne Wolfe

Chris Smith (Head Coach)
Mike Etzell (Assistant Coach)
Matt Hilborn (Assistant Coach)
Steve Hilborn (Assistant Coach)
Bryce Payne (Assistant Coach)
James Vidoni (Assistant Coach)

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State tourney veteran Mollie Bailey was set to play a major role for the CHS softball squad as a junior. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Coral Caveness, who played strongly as the Wolves made their postseason run last spring, was also back for more, only to be denied by the pandemic.

They were ready to kick-start a dynasty.

Coming off a very-successful trip to the state tourney last spring, which included its first win at the big dance since 2002, the Coupeville High School softball team returned most of its roster of high-powered diamond aces.

Unfortunately, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, spring sports fell by the wayside, and the Wolf sluggers never got a chance to make it back to Richland this spring.

But while they never saw the field (in a live game vs. an opponent, at least), we can still take a moment to hail them for the work they put in while practice was still in session.

The 2020 CHS softball squad would have been…

 

Varsity:

Mollie Bailey
Coral Caveness
Mackenzie Davis
Maddie Georges
Gwen Gustafson
Emma Mathusek
Sofia Peters
Chelsea Prescott
Jill Prince
Marenna Rebischke-Smith
Audrianna Shaw
Scout Smith
Kylie Van Velkinburgh
Izzy Wells
Isabelle Whalen
Chloe Wheeler

Kevin McGranahan (Head Coach)
Justine McGranahan (Assistant Coach)
Ron Wright (Assistant Coach)

 

JV:

Savana Allen
Adrian Burrows
Karyme Castro
Vivian Farris
Elizabeth Hummel
Ivy Leedy
Lily Leedy
Allie Lucero
Maya Lucero
Lacy McCraw-Shirron
Heidi Meyers
Melanie Navarro
Mckenna Somes
Morgan Stevens
Samantha Streitler
Lily-Ann Tornensis

Will Thayer (Head Coach)
Lark Gustafson (Assistant Coach)
Aaron Lucero (Assistant Coach)

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Jon Roberts is one of three CMS boys basketball coaches this season. (Photo by Ema Smith)

The seasons are a’changing.

It’s not just Daylight Savings Time, which is roaring up on us, but also the sounds of basketballs thunking against gym floors.

The Coupeville Middle School boys are the first ones to claim the hardwood, having opened practice Monday.

The 10-game Wolf schedule runs through Dec. 19, with the first game set for Nov. 13.

To peruse said schedule, pop over to:

http://www.nscathletics.com/index.php?pid=0.1009.10372.3.321

Greg White returns to coach, while Jon Roberts and Craig Anderson join him this time around.

Continuing a new trend started during volleyball season, the CMS hoops squads will not be divided up by grade, but by talent level.

Instead of 7th and 8th playing separately, there will be three teams — Level 1, 2, and 3 — with each squad featuring a mix of the two grades.

Two days into practice, the Wolf coaches have 26 players to draw upon.

While some may go, and some may show up late, here’s how things stand as of mid-Tuesday:

 

7th:

Jordan Bradford
Hunter Bronec
Hurlee Bronec
Carson Fields
Tavan Hughes
Jesus Madrigal
Jack Porter
Johnny Porter
Zander Pulliam
Landon Roberts
Nic Wasik

8th:

Ryan Blouin
Alex Clark
William Davidson
Logan Downes
JP Edoukou
Nathan Ginnings
Nick Guay
Justin Jansen
Harlan Mouw
Timothy Nitta
Zane Oldenstadt
Mikey Robinett
Quinten Simpson-Pilgrim
Chris Villarreal
Cole White

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