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Mia Farris (left) and Jill Prince defend the net. (Jackie Saia photo)

The match that wasn’t, then was, then wasn’t, now is.

Having successfully navigated the world of tracking down refs at the last second, Coupeville High School Athletic Director Willie Smith has added a home volleyball match to the schedule.

It’s a non-conference affair set for Saturday, Oct. 15, Neah Bay is the opponent, and tip time is 2:00 for JV and 3:30 for varsity.

The match was originally added late last week, as CHS tried to fill a date or two that opened when other rumbles were cancelled.

A lack of available refs in the area seemingly squashed things, but the schools reached out to a different district and snagged officials, putting things back into play.

Coupeville’s varsity is currently 5-3, while Neah Bay sits at 7-1, with both teams set to play multiple matches this week.

Neah Bay’s only loss is to Forks, a squad Coupeville beat in a road match.

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Dominic Coffman and Co. are ready to play whenever. (Bailey Thule photo)

Are you ready for some Thursday Night Lights?

Due to a shortage of officials, Coupeville High School’s home football game with Bellingham has been bumped from Friday, Oct. 7 to Thursday, Oct. 6.

Kickoff for the non-conference tilt is still set for 7 PM.

The change potentially puts the gridiron game up against a home volleyball match between Coupeville and South Whidbey, with JV at 5:00 and varsity at 6:30.

CHS Athletic Director Willie Smith is working on a potential switch for the spiker rumble, however.

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Softball action gets started early Friday. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Let’s make a full day of it.

Friday’s Coupeville High School softball schedule is being adjusted, with all activities still going forward, just at different times.

Originally, the Wolves were slated to host Orcas Island in a doubleheader kicking off at 3:30 PM.

The new schedule is as follows:

Game #1 — 12:30 first pitch

Game #2 — 4:00 Senior Night festivities, followed by game 

The adjustments are being made to help Orcas, which catches a 6:45 AM ferry, “break up their day a little bit,” said CHS coach Kevin McGranahan.

Coupeville will provide a BBQ for the two teams between games, as well.

The Wolves will honor Izzy Wells, Audrianna Shaw, Mckenna Somes, and Violette Huegerich during Senior Night festivities.

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Izzy Wells and Coupeville softball lost a league opponent Thursday, when Concrete cancelled its season. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

A crisp 15% of the schedule just vanished.

Concrete High School announced Thursday it would not be able to field a softball team this season, due to a lack of players.

That erases three games from Coupeville’s 20-game schedule.

The Lions and Wolves were slated to play a doubleheader in Concrete Mar. 25, before facing off for a single game Apr. 19 in Coupeville.

The loss of Concrete leaves five of seven Northwest 2B/1B League schools active on the softball field, with La Conner, Friday Harbor, Darrington, and Orcas Island joining Coupeville.

Mount Vernon Christian doesn’t play the sport.



A non-conference home game against Meridian Apr. 20 has been added, bumping the Wolves back to 18 contests.



A non-conference road game at Oak Harbor Apr. 22 has been added, bumping CHS back to 19 tilts.

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Young fans discuss changes to the middle school girls basketball season. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Middle school girls basketball is on the move.

The new season was slated to begin this coming Monday, Jan. 24, but, with the crush of Covid-testing athletes three times a week, the Cascade League has bumped things back.

Now, Coupeville and its league mates begin practice Feb. 14, with the season running during the month of March.

The updated schedule for CMS:

Thurs-Mar. 3 — South Whidbey
Tues-Mar. 8 — @Northshore Christian
Thurs-Mar. 10 — @Sultan
Tues-Mar. 15 — @Granite Falls
Thurs-Mar. 17 — King’s
Tues-Mar. 22 — Lakewood
Tues-Mar. 29 — Sultan
Thur-Mar. 31 — @South Whidbey

All home games tip at 3:15 PM, with road contests slated for 3:30 starts.

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