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After two years of running with South Whidbey, Danny Conlisk will help Coupeville relaunch its own in-school cross country program this fall. (Dawnelle Conlisk photo)

Paper work first.

If you’re planning on playing a sport or participating in an activity this fall for Coupeville High School or Middle School, you need to visit the high school office Tuesday, Aug. 14 between noon-6 PM and get registered.

This is the time to pay fees and fill out paperwork, NOT get physicals. But, if you don’t have a current one of those, get scramblin’.

CHS offers volleyball, football, boys tennis, girls soccer, cheer and cross country in the fall. The harrier program is returning to the school after a two-decade absence.

The middle school is also relaunching cross country, in addition to offering volleyball and football.

For more info, contact Eileen Stone at estone@coupeville.k12.wa.us or Lisa Yoder at lyoder@coupeville.k12.wa.us.

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   Want to be a rock star like Avalon Renninger? Start by playing youth soccer today. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Want to scratch an itch to play on the pitch? You’re in luck.

The Central Whidbey Soccer Club has risen liken a phoenix in recent weeks, installing a completely new board of directors who are hitting the ground running.

“Everyone has come in with some fresh ideas and everyone is very enthusiastic about the future of the club,” said new CWSC President Reese Cernick.

First up on the agenda is registration for the fall season, with sign-ups starting July 1 and running through Sept. 6.

Games will be played Sept. 15-Nov. 3.

The league is offering a mix of girls, boys and co-ed teams this season. The lineup:

U6 Co-Ed (Birth year of player – 2013)
U8 Co-Ed (Birth years 2011-2012)
U10 Girls (2009-2010)
U10 Boys (2009-2010)
U12 Girls (2007-2008)
U12 Boys (2007-2008)
U15 Co-Ed (2004-2006)

Cost is $75 per player.

CWSC is also in urgemt need of coaches, with openings for both head coaches and assistants.

For more info or to register, pop over to:

http://www.centralwhidbeysoccer.com/

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   Want to play (or coach) youth soccer in Coupeville? Now is your time. (Photo courtesy Michelle Cernick)

The future of Coupeville soccer is being built today.

Registration for Central Whidbey Soccer Club’s spring season, which features teams from U6 to U15, runs Feb. 1-Mar. 18.

The club is also looking for people interested in coaching boys U10 and U12 and girls U10 teams and volunteers interested in joining its board of directors.

In the words of club insiders, they are “always looking for new blood, new ideas and new leadership.”

The search for coaches is of extreme importance.

If the three slots aren’t filled, CWSC would have to likely forego fielding those teams.

“Without coaches these kids won’t get to play,” Michelle Cernick said. “Last season we couldn’t have a U10 team because we didn’t have anyone to coach the team.

“It was really sad and I felt for them,” she added. “The last thing that I like to do is tell a kid that they can’t play because we can’t find a place for them.”

To register or find more info on the club, pop over to:

http://www.centralwhidbeysoccer.com/

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   Join the Coupeville Booster Club. Otherwise Sage Renninger (left) and Lauren Bayne let the crabs loose. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Ask not what Wolf athletes can do for you, ask what you can do for Wolf athletes.

With a new school year up and rolling, now is a perfect time to jump on the bandwagon and join the Coupeville Booster Club.

Get in while the gettin’ is good, before the annual crab-chompin’ shindig hits town, and get that warm glow in your chest.

There are multiple levels of commitment, up to and including donating your time by serving on the club’s inner circle.

Your basic membership levels:

$25 — Wolf Backer

$50 — Individual

$75 — Family

$125 — Business (includes Wolf flag perfect for hanging in the window of said establishment)

Or, you can make a donation, sponsor a scholarship, contribute an item for the auction during the annual Crab Feed or help in a billion other ways.

Why do so?

Because, if Wolf sports are like a body, the Coupeville Booster Club is the spine, the thing holding everything together and giving it purpose.

It’s an invaluable resource for CHS and CMS coaches, athletes, parents and fans which funds scholarships, buys varsity letters, provides snacks for teams stuck on long bus and ferry trips and clothes Wolf coaches in snazzy polo shirts.

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg for what the Booster Club accomplishes.

From helping put on the Homecoming parade to funding the Wall of Fame we raised in the high school gym, the list goes on and on.

To join, there’s a couple of quick and easy options.

You can talk to them at home football games or mail a check (written to “Coupeville Booster Club”) to P.O. Box 452, Coupeville, WA 98239.

Or, you can grab your credit or debit card and pop over to the Club’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/coupevilleboosterclub/

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(John Fisken photo)

   Sign your child up for little league and they could be the next Landon Roberts. Well, maybe not as cool … but close. (John Fisken photo)

Four days to make the dream come true.

Central Whidbey Little League wraps up registration 8 PM Wednesday, Mar. 8, and there’s a definite need still existing for a specific type of child.

Know a kid between ages 9 and 10? Get them off the couch, off their phone and on the field.

CWLL needs at least three more girls for minors softball and has a bit of a quandary with minors baseball.

The league currently has too many players for one team, but not quite enough to field two teams.

So you, yes you, and that child you know, could be the difference. You could save your little league!!

For more info and a way to register (and get me off your back) pop over to:

http://www.centralwhidbeylittleleague.com/

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