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Joey Lippo and his #1 fan, mom Connie.

The stats are there, just not the wins.

Coupeville grad Joey Lippo continues to pile up numbers while playing baseball for the University of Maine at Presque Isle, though the Owls still need to work on improving their win/loss record.

UMPI was swept in a four-game weekend series against Fisher College, dropping doubleheaders Friday and Saturday to run its season mark to 2-13.

Lippo went down fighting, however, racking up six hits, three runs, two walks, and an RBI while starting all four games.

The former Wolf tops the Owls in runs (14), hits (19), RBI (8), walks (8), and batting average (.404) this season, and is tied for #1 in triples (1) and home runs (1).

He’s second in on-base percentage (.474) and slugging percentage (.553).

Lippo, who was a three-sport athlete during his high school playing days, is a sophomore at UMPI.

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Taylor Brotemarkle led the Wolf JV in assists and service aces. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

It’s not 100%, but it’s close.

While I was able to track basic Coupeville High School varsity volleyball stats all season, when I decided to go back and also look at JV numbers, things were a bit more jumbled.

In the end, I can pull together stats for 13 of the 15 matches the young Wolves played during a 12-3 season.

That’s 86.7%, so not bad.

Nothing outlandish happened in those two missing matches — wins over South Whidbey and Orcas Island.

So, while the final numbers might not be dead-on, it’s a pretty safe bet our leaders wouldn’t change much based on those rumbles.

Mia Farris was the lone JV player to land in all six stat categories.

 

(Mostly) final CHS volleyball JV season stats:

 

Player Kills Digs Block-Solo Block-Assist Assists Aces
Taylor Brotemarkle 4 10 92 70
Mia Farris 28 6 1 3 3 31
Gwen Gustafson 41 40 28
Jada Heaton 24 5 1 2 14
Issabel Johnson 3 46 5 42
Katie Marti 30 7 1 52 30
Madison McMillan 40 48 4 63
Grey Peabody 30 7 5 1 8
Aby Wood 13 5 1 2

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Freshman Savina Wells was #2 in service aces and #3 in kills. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

In the end, it all comes down to numbers.

The Coupeville High School volleyball season ended Wednesday — with the Wolves splitting two matches at the district tourney — bringing an end to stat-keeping for another campaign.

Junior Maddie Georges paced CHS in assists and service aces, with Alita Blouin (digs) and Jill Prince (kills) topping other categories.

Olivia Schaffeld and Prince tied for the team lead in block assists, while there was a four-way tie in solo blocks.

Georges and Schaffeld were the only Wolves to appear in all six stat categories I have, with Prince and Lucy Tenore hitting on five of six.

Overall, all 12 Coupeville players to see action in a varsity match recorded multiple kills and digs.

Fab frosh Lyla Stuurmans was a multi-faceted weapon, delivering 60 kills and 60 digs.

 

Final CHS volleyball varsity season stats:

 

Player Kills Digs Block-Solo Block-Assist Assists Aces
Alita Blouin 4 207 14 30
Maddie Georges 12 68 1 3 225 48
Taygin Jump 2 63 17
Ryanne Knoblich 12 59 2
Katie Marti 7 22 86 10
Madison McMillan 6 5 5
Grey Peabody 20 3 3 3 2
Jill Prince 93 4 1 9 1
Olivia Schaffeld 69 37 1 9 3 26
Lyla Stuurmans 60 60 2 4
Lucy Tenore 80 14 1 7 20
Savina Wells 70 47 5 42

 

Ryanne Knoblich scrambles to save a ball.

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Xavier Murdy leads the CHS boys hoops squad in rebounds, assists, and steals. (Jackie Saia photo)

Xavier Murdy gets around.

The Coupeville High School junior has a motor which never quits, and a knack for doing all the small things which matter a lot on the basketball court.

As the Wolves kick off the second half of their pandemic-altered 12-game season with a trip Wednesday to La Conner, we take a look at the stats behind the game.

Murdy, who is also the team’s #2 scorer, leads CHS in offensive rebounds, total rebounds, assists, and steals.

Fellow junior Hawthorne Wolfe, who is averaging 24+ points a night, has snagged the most defensive rebounds, while senior TJ Rickner tops the team in blocked shots.

A look at team-wide stats in those categories, plus shooting totals for field goals, three-balls, and free throws through six games:

 

Player 2FG 3FG FT ORB DRB TRB Ast Stl Blk
D. Olson 8/23 1/4 4/8 4 11 15 9 4 1
A. Murdy 5/15 0/2 6/9 2 9 11 6 9 1
L. Downes 8/13 2/5 4/11 3 7 10 12 2
G. Rickner 15/27 4/9 10/19 9 12 21 12 4 1
H. Wolfe 25/50 19/51 36/49 5 29 34 14 13
C. Roberts 2/8 0/0 0/1 4 1 5 1 1
X. Murdy 16/29 4/20 8/13 34 27 61 21 16
L. Martin 4/13 1/13 2/3 4 15 19 8 6 2
C. White 1/5 0/0 0/0 2 1 3 1
S. Downes 6/22 0/2 5/7 8 9 17 2 5 1
T. Rickner 4/10 0/0 3/9 8 6 14 3
J. Valenzuela 2/3 1/1 0/0 1 1 2 2

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Kylie Chernikoff vaults into action. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

The Wolves react to a big play.

One last deep dive into the world of stats awaits.

With fall sports having reached their conclusion this past Saturday, all the kills and digs have been added up for the Coupeville High School volleyball squad.

As expected, First Team All-League picks Chelsea Prescott and Kylie Chernikoff are among the leaders, but the numbers go 11 players deep.

So, marinate in all the assists and service aces, and then on to basketball season we go.

 

CHS volleyball varsity season stats:

 

Player Sets Kills Digs Blocks Assists Aces Points
Alita Blouin 16 52 5 2 2.0
Ryanne Knoblich 19 2 20 0.5 4 6.5
Maddie Vondrak 30 60 10 9.5 3 1 70.5
Gwen Gustafson 3 1
Maddie Georges 30 5 47 3.5 250 10 18.5
Chelsea Prescott 30 113 87 4.5 5 42 159.5
Lucy Tenore 26 19 23 4.5 2 21 44.5
Jill Prince 25 18 9 4.5 22.5
Kylie Chernikoff 30 93 65 1.5 2 11 105.5
Jaimee Masters 29 1 42 5 3 4.0
Abby Mulholland 27 5 9 0.5 1 12 17.5

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