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Fill your afternoon with spikes and sets.

Coupeville High School volleyball players and coaches are holding a free skills clinic for students in grades 3-8 this Wednesday, Oct. 5.

The clinic matches up perfectly with an early release day, and CHS players will be available to escort elementary school students down the street to the gym.

All the info you need? It’s in the photo above.

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The all-stars of the future enjoy their time in the gym. (Stevie Glover photo)

Basketball is booming in Cow Town.

A recent summer hoops camp for young hardwood stars, with current high school players working as coaches, drew a large crowd to Coupeville’s gym.

The event was put on by the Coupeville Youth Basketball Association.

CHS freshman Camden Glover imparts wisdom to his young padawan. (Kassie O’Neil photo)

Business is booming. (Morgan White photo)

Hot shots (l to r) Chase Anderson, Aiden O’Neill and Glover, ready to school the young guns. (Stevie Glover photo)

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Coupeville High School volleyball coach Cory Whitmore will host a free skills clinic this coming Saturday. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Players need something like this when they arrive for the clinic.

Learn the game today, be a star tomorrow.

Coupeville High School volleyball coaches and players are hosting a free skills clinic this Saturday, Oct. 2 for Coupeville students in grades 3-8.

The event runs from 9 AM to noon in the CHS gym.

No pre-registration is needed, but all players need to have a note from their parent or guardian attesting they are not showing signs of Covid.

The Washington State Department of Health currently requires masks for indoor sports.

For more info, contact CHS Coach Cory Whitmore at cwhitmore@coupeville.k12.wa.us.

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“Volleyball skills camps are back!!” (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

With volleyball fever at an all-time high in Coupeville, now is a perfect time for Wolf spikers, young and old, to fine-tune their floor game or learn the basics.

Coupeville High School and Middle School coaches, led by Cory Whitmore, will host two skills camps in June, providing a mix of learning and fun.

The first camp, for incoming K-6 students, is set for June 12-13, with a camp for incoming 7-12 students going down June 21-24.

Both clinics will be held in the CHS gym.

Cost is $20 for K-6, which has two three-hour practices, and $30 for 7-12, which consists of four two-hour events.

The younger players will play from 9 AM-noon during their sessions, with the older players meeting from 5-7 PM each night.

Payment can be made by cash or check made out to “Coupeville High School volleyball,” and is paid on the first day of camp.

You need to register, however, and the deadline to insure you get a camp t-shirt is June 7 for K-6 and June 14 for 7-12.

Students should wear athletic clothes to camp, with indoor shoes, and bring a water bottle.

Masks are required on school property, participants will be socially distanced, and parents need to sign a daily medical attestation that their child is not displaying COVID-19 symptoms.

This form has to be signed AT THE DOOR before each day of the camp.

For more information, contact Whitmore at cwhitmore@coupeville.k12.wa.us or (509) 347-6301.


To register:

K-6 — Wolves Volleyball Skills Camp (K-6th Grade) (google.com)

7-12 — Wolves Volleyball Skills Camp (7-12th Grade) (google.com)

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Sign your child up now for Central Whidbey Little League action. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Time to think about the spring.

Central Whidbey Little League is hosting an “Early Registration Day and Skills Camp” Saturday, January 18.

The event runs from noon to 2 PM at the Coupeville High School gym, and is open to children ages 5-15 who live in Central Whidbey (Coupeville and Greenbank).

All age groups (T-Ball, baseball, and fastpitch softball) are included in the skills camp.

Parents are encouraged to register their children at the league’s site — https://www.centralwhidbeylittleleague.com/ — or at the skills camp.

If you get registered by Jan. 18, you save $10.

A second registration day (at full cost) and skills camp is set for Feb. 22.

For next Saturday’s event, players are asked to wear athletic clothing and “good gym shoes.”

It’s recommended they bring their baseball and softball gear, if they have it, though some will be provided for those in need.

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