Posts Tagged ‘Senior Night’

Lynn Cosner leads off a photographic look at Wolf cheer and band seniors. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

They provide the soundtrack to basketball season.

Coupeville High School cheerleaders and band members play a vital role in keeping things hoppin’ in the gym, and Tuesday night the Wolf support crew took a moment to honor their seniors.

And it was a deep roster of 12th graders, including several foreign exchange students who have brought an international flavor to things this school year.

Maylin Steele

Kai Wong

Gracie McFarlin

Hayley Fiedler

Alex Wasik (left) brings the music each night.

Emma Morano

Josh Upchurch

Lucy Crouch

Piotr Bieda

Loud ‘n proud, all season.

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Jermiah Copeland and friends were honored on Senior Night, then thunked La Conner. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

First, they celebrated. Then they celebrated some more.

Coupeville High School’s boys’ basketball program honored four seniors Tuesday night before their final regular-season home game.

Then those Wolves — Alex Murdy, Jonathan Valenzuela, Jermiah Copeland, and Dominic Coffman — went out and helped their squad drill arch-rival La Conner.

The win clinched a #1 playoff seed for CHS, guaranteeing the seniors will play at least two playoff games at home.

So, a job well done.

Dominic Coffman

Alex Murdy

Jonathan Valenzuela

CHS hoops guru Brad Sherman joins his four-pack of elder statesmen.

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Team scoring leader Alita Blouin kicks off a series of Senior Night pics. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

“All good things must come to an end. 12 years later and I can’t believe that it’s over now.”

Senior Night eventually comes for every Coupeville High School athlete, even hoops star Carolyn Lhamon.

Part of the Fab Five — a group of Wolves who played together from SWISH through high school — she and her teammates were honored Tuesday night.

Lhamon was joined by Gwen Gustafson, Alita Blouin, Ryanne Knoblich, and Maddie Georges, as well as team managers Anna Myles and Karyme Castro Sotelo.

It’s the second Senior Night for CHS girls’ basketball coach Megan Richter, who started all five seniors against La Conner.

Gwen Gustafson

Anna Myles

Maddie Georges

Ryanne Knoblich

Karyme Castro Sotelo

Carolyn Lhamon

Young Wolf athletes, who will one day have their own Senior Night festivities, support Maddie Georges.

CHS coach Megan Richter celebrates with her veterans.

Alita Blouin and Co. get some love from classmates.

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One giant-sized Alita Blouin head to rule them all. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

No more home spikes.

The Coupeville High School varsity volleyball squad is off to districts next week, but Tuesday marked the final time its five-pack of seniors suited up for a match in their own gym.

The Wolf veterans were honored before their royal rumble with La Conner, their farewell speeches garnering more than a few tears from their younger teammates.

Having played through the Age of Coronavirus and beyond, Alita Blouin, Ryanne Knoblich, Taygin Jump, Maddie Georges, and Jill Prince exit having left a sizable impact on the CHS program.

Jill Prince

Pomp and circumstance.

Maddie Georges

Taygin Jump

Soccer ace Nezi Keiper hustled over after her own Senior Night to celebrate friendship.

Ryanne Knoblich

Alita Blouin

Coupeville coaches Cory Whitmore and Ashley Menges get a photo op with their team leaders.

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Gwen Crowder leads off a collection of CHS soccer Senior Night portraits. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

It was a two-for-one special on the soccer pitch.

Tuesday night brought Senior Night festivities to Coupeville’s Mickey Clark Field, with male and female booters both honored.

Nine Wolves — five girls and four boys — were celebrated, with both CHS squads also winning games against visiting La Conner.

Grant Steller

Nezi Keiper

Reiley Araceley

Anna Myles

Aidan Wilson

Wynter Arndt

Cameron Epp

Carolyn Lhamon

The pitch is theirs.

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