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Savina Wells and teammates play at the district tourney Nov. 3. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

William Davidson and Co. are hoping for one more game.

Things are winding down.

As we head into November, fall sports are all but done for Coupeville High School.

Boys and girls soccer wrapped their seasons during the week which just ended, while volleyball, cross country and (maybe) football have a smidge left to play.

The Wolf spikers are off to the district tourney Nov. 3, where they’ll open against Auburn Adventist Academy.

Win, and Coupeville faces off with two-time defending 2B state champs La Conner later that night for a trip to the big dance.

Cross country sends three runners — Claire Mayne, Mitchell Hall, and Helen Strelow — to state Nov. 6, while CHS football seeks a foe for a crossover game between schools which missed the playoffs.

After that, it’s off to the gym for basketball season.

Where we sit through Oct. 31:

 

Northwest League boys soccer:

School League Overall
PC Christian 14-1 14-1
Orcas Island 13-2 13-2
MV Christian 10-5 10-5
Friday Harbor 9-5 9-5
La Conner 7-8 7-8
Coupeville 4-10 4-10
Grace Academy 4-12 4-12
Lopez Island 3-12 3-12
CPC-Lynnwood 0-9 0-9

 

Northwest League football:

School League Overall
Friday Harbor 4-0 5-4
Darrington 1-0 3-4
Coupeville 2-2 2-5
Concrete 0-1 0-4
La Conner 0-4 0-5

 

Northwest League girls soccer:

School League Overall
MV Christian 8-0-0 12-1-1
Friday Harbor 6-3-0 6-7-1
Coupeville 2-6-0 4-7-0
La Conner 0-7-0 1-7-0

 

Northwest League volleyball:

School League Overall
La Conner 12-0 17-0
Coupeville 10-2 10-5
Orcas Island 7-5 10-6
Darrington 6-6 10-8
Concrete 3-9 4-11
MV Christian 3-9 6-11
Friday Harbor 1-11 2-13

Xavier Murdy and boys soccer are done for the season.

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Brad Sherman and Barbi Ford discuss all the intrigue in the latest edition of the league standings. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Meanwhile, Savina Wells goes about her business.

One week to go.

The regular season comes to a close for fall sports as October winds its way towards Halloween.

Barring a football upset (more on that in a second), every Coupeville High School team with the exception of volleyball (and maybe cross country) wraps play by Thursday of this coming week.

Wolf boys soccer exits with back-to-back road games at Orcas Island Oct. 26 and Providence Classical Christian Oct. 28, while girls soccer closes at Friday Harbor Oct. 26.

Cross country travels to Lakewood Oct. 28 for tri-districts. A top-two team finish or a top-14 individual time advances you to state.

Football is the only CHS team at home next week, hosting Friday Harbor Oct. 28 (that’s a Thursday).

Lose, and the Wolves are done.

Win, avenging a 32-6 loss from earlier in the season, and Coupeville finishes in a tie with Friday Harbor.

If that happens, the two teams meet again two days later at a neutral site to play half of a game, with a trip to state at stake.

Meanwhile, the lone Wolf team assured of playing in Nov. is volleyball.

A road trip to Mount Vernon Christian Oct. 28 ends the regular season, then Coupeville is off to La Conner Nov. 3 for the district tourney.

Once there, the Wolves will need to beat Auburn Adventist and the two-time defending state champ tourney hosts to earn a ticket to state.

Where things stand through Oct. 24:

 

Northwest League boys soccer:

School League Overall
PC Christian 11-1 11-1
Orcas Island 11-2 11-2
Friday Harbor 8-4 8-4
MV Christian 7-4 7-4
La Conner 6-7 6-7
Coupeville 4-8 4-8
Grace Academy 4-10 4-10
Lopez Island 3-10 3-10
CPC-Lynnwood 0-8 0-8

 

Northwest League football:

School League Overall
Friday Harbor 3-0 4-4
Darrington 1-0 3-3
Coupeville 2-1 2-4
Concrete 0-1 0-4
La Conner 0-4 0-5

 

Northwest League girls soccer:

School League Overall
MV Christian 6-0-0 10-1-1
Friday Harbor 4-2-0 4-6-1
Coupeville 2-5-0 4-6-0
La Conner 0-5-0 1-5-0

 

Northwest League volleyball:

School League Overall
La Conner 11-0 14-0
Coupeville 9-2 9-5
Darrington 6-5 9-7
Orcas Island 6-5 9-6
MV Christian 2-7 4-9
Concrete 2-9 2-10
Friday Harbor 1-9 2-11

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Issabel Johnson is ready to rock. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Sophie Martin is a force of nature.

Time to get tense.

As fall sports unspool and we head deeper into October, the chase for playoff berths becomes more frantic.

Every game counts, but late-season games often matter even more.

What we know at this point — Coupeville High School girls and boys soccer are not playoff-bound, while volleyball absolutely is, and football will likely join the spikers in the postseason.

Meanwhile, cross country is its own thing, with its own unique path to follow, and boys tennis has been benched since the season was called-off before it began.

The week ahead is perhaps the busiest single stretch of days for Wolf teams, at least in terms of home games — and especially if you include middle school volleyball in that equation.

CHS cross country hosts the Northwest 2B/1B League Championships Thursday, Oct. 21, with Fort Casey State Park the hub for all activity,

Meanwhile, girls soccer hits the road Oct. 20 to play front-runner Mount Vernon Christian, and football hosts Cascade (Leavenworth) Oct. 22 for Homecoming.

Boys soccer and volleyball are the most active Wolf programs, combining for six games and a tournament in a six-day span.

The CHS booters host Friday Harbor Oct. 19, travel to Cedar Park Christian-Lynnwood Oct. 21, and host Lopez Island Oct. 23, with the last of those games being Coupeville’s Senior Night.

Meanwhile, Wolf volleyball travels to South Whidbey Oct. 18, hosts La Conner Oct. 19 and Friday Harbor Oct. 21, then closes the week Oct. 23 at the Island Invitational in Langley.

Where things stand through Oct. 17:

Northwest League boys soccer:

School League Overall
Orcas Island 9-1-0 9-1-0
PC Christian 8-1-0 8-1-0
Friday Harbor 7-3-0 7-3-0
MV Christian 7-3-0 7-3-0
La Conner 5-6-0 5-6-0
Coupeville 3-7-0 3-7-0
Grace Academy 3-8-0 3-8-0
Lopez Island 3-8-0 3-8-0
CPC-Lynnwood 0-8-0 0-8-0

Northwest League football:

School League Overall
Friday Harbor 2-0 3-4
Darrington 1-0 3-3
Coupeville 2-1 2-3
Concrete 0-1 0-3
La Conner 0-3 0-4

Northwest League girls soccer:

School League Overall
MV Christian 5-0-0 9-1-1
Friday Harbor 4-2-0 4-6-1
Coupeville 2-4-0 4-5-0
La Conner 0-5-0 0-5-0

Northwest League volleyball:

School League Overall
La Conner 9-0 12-0
Coupeville 8-1 8-3
Orcas Island 6-3 9-4
Darrington 4-5 7-7
MV Christian 1-6 3-7
Friday Harbor 1-7 2-9
Concrete 1-8 1-9

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Carolyn Lhamon launches. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Back to the pitch.

There are no games Wednesday, but plenty of photos as we take a look at Coupeville High School soccer players in action.

The pics above and below are courtesy wanderin’ photo clicker John Fisken.

To see more of his work, and possibly buy some glossies for the in-laws living down in wine country in Temecula, pop over to:

https://www.johnsphotos.net/Sports/Coupeville-soccer-2020-2021

 

Preston Epp tangoes.

Sophie Martin pursues.

Aidan Wilson bids farewell.

Leni Raduenz pushes the action.

Alex Murdy contemplates his choices.

Audrianna Shaw fires away.

Cael Wilson gets bendy.

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Grey Peabody denies you. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Coupeville football had an unexpected week off after injuries forced it to cancel a non-conference game.

Things are starting to drop into place.

The further we get into the fall sports season, the more the frontrunners become clear.

Defending Northwest 2B/1B League champs La Conner (volleyball), Orcas Island (boys soccer), and Mount Vernon Christian (girls soccer) are all back in the lead, while Friday Harbor (football) is rebounding nicely after losing a season to Covid.

While it doesn’t sit in first-place in any sport, Coupeville is solid, currently second-best in volleyball and football.

Originally it seemed like Wolf girls soccer was also in second, but it turns out a score was misreported for the Friday Harbor vs. La Conner game, momentarily bumping CHS down a rung.

That could change this coming week, however, as the Coupeville boosters host Friday Harbor Tuesday.

Toss in home games against La Conner Thursday and non-conference foe Sultan Saturday (that’s Senior Night), and the Wolves have a busy week — and no bus rides.

Boys soccer and football only have a single game apiece, with both teams hitting the road Friday.

The booters are off to Lopez Island, while the gridiron giants travel to La Conner — if both the Wolves and Braves football teams have enough healthy players after both teams cancelled games this past week.

Coupeville’s cross country team doesn’t compete again until the league championships Oct. 21, but volleyball will be busy, with a pair of matches.

The Wolf spikers travel to Orcas Tuesday, where they will attempt to cement their hold on second-place, before hosting Darrington Thursday.

Where things stand through Oct. 10:

 

Northwest League boys soccer:

School League Overall
Orcas Island 7-0-0 7-0-0
PC Christian 7-1-0 7-1-0
MV Christian 7-3-0 7-3-0
Friday Harbor 6-3-0 6-3-0
La Conner 5-5-0 5-5-0
Coupeville 3-6-0 3-6-0
Grace Academy 3-7-0 3-7-0
Lopez Island 2-7-0 2-7-0
CPC-Lynnwood 0-8-0 0-8-0

 

Northwest League football:

School League Overall
Friday Harbor 2-0 3-3
Coupeville 1-1 1-3
Concrete 0-0 0-2
Darrington 0-0 2-3
La Conner 0-2 0-3

 

Northwest League girls soccer:

School League Overall
MV Christian 5-0-0 9-1-1
Friday Harbor 3-2-0 3-6-1
Coupeville 2-3-0 3-4-0
La Conner 0-5-0 0-5-0

 

Northwest League volleyball:

School League Overall
La Conner 7-0 9-0
Coupeville 6-1 6-3
Orcas Island 5-2 8-3
Darrington 4-4 7-5
MV Christian 1-5 2-6
Friday Harbor 1-6 1-8
Concrete 1-7 1-8

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