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Katelin McCormick and CHS tennis are scheduled to play three times in four days next week. Will Mother Nature cooperate? (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Push for the playoffs.

All five Coupeville High School spring sports programs are currently in line to send their team, or individual players, to the postseason.

For baseball, its playoff dreams are front and center this coming week.

The Wolf diamond men close the regular season with a three-game series against Granite Falls, playing at home Monday and Friday and on the road Wednesday.

They’ll enter that series needing just one win to clinch the fourth, and final, playoff berth from the North Sound Conference.

Meanwhile, softball, which is fighting for a league title, gets what could be an easy week, with games Monday at Sultan and Tuesday at home against South Whidbey.

Those two teams are in the cellar of the league standings, offering Coupeville a chance to get in, win, and get out, while maintaining their chase of Granite Falls.

Wolf soccer and track close the regular season, Tuesday at home against South Whidbey, and Thursday at Langley, respectively.

And tennis?

If the weather holds, they could play more matches in a four-day period next week than they have all season.

The netters have been limited to two full contests, and one against Granite Falls which was postponed mid-match by the arrival of liquid sunshine.

But, with the hope of sun on everyone’s minds, the Wolves are slated to spend a lot of time on the bus, with road trips Tuesday (King’s), Thursday (South Whidbey), and Friday (Friday Harbor).

As everyone preps for the week ahead, a look at where we sit with all games complete through Apr. 20:

 

North Sound Conference softball:

School League Overall
Granite Falls 6-1 9-5
Coupeville 4-2 7-6
CPC-Bothell 3-3 8-4
Sultan 1-4 1-7
South Whidbey 1-5 4-8

 

North Sound Conference baseball:

School League Overall
CPC-Bothell 12-0 16-1
South Whidbey 10-2 15-2
King’s 7-5 8-9
Coupeville 4-8 4-12
Granite Falls 2-10 4-13
Sultan 1-11 1-16

 

North Sound Conference girls tennis:

School League Overall
King’s 4-0 5-0
South Whidbey 3-1 3-4
Granite Falls 1-2 2-5
Coupeville 0-2 0-2
Friday Harbor 0-3 0-3

 

North Sound Conference boys soccer:

School League Overall
South Whidbey 6-0 10-1
King’s 5-1 6-2-1
Coupeville 3-4 5-7
Sultan 2-4 3-9
CPC-Bothell 0-7 0-9

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After playing just once this season, Jillian Mayne and her CHS tennis teammates have four matches scheduled next week. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Time to get back at it.

Spring break is in its final hours, and Coupeville High School sports teams are ready to fire back up to full power.

After a very slow week in terms of actual games, once we get to Monday the schedule for next week is crammed.

Between Apr. 8 and 13, there are 14 events spread across five sports, with six of those at home.

Wolf girls tennis, which has played just once this season, leads the way with four scheduled matches, while baseball has a three-game set with South Whidbey.

Toss in four softball games — two varsity tilts at home and two JV clashes on the road — two track meets, and a soccer game, and scores and highlights will be coming in from everywhere.

As you prepare to go from zero to 100 in the blink of an eye, take a moment to catch up on the current league standings.

Here’s where things sit through Apr. 6:

 

North Sound Conference softball:

School League Overall
Coupeville 2-1 4-5
Granite Falls 2-1 5-5
CPC-Bothell 1-1 4-1
South Whidbey 1-1 3-3
Sultan 0-2 0-4

 

North Sound Conference baseball:

School League Overall
CPC-Bothell 8-0 10-1
South Whidbey 8-1 11-1
King’s 4-2 5-6
Granite Falls 0-5 2-8
Coupeville 0-6 0-10
Sultan 0-6 0-11

 

North Sound Conference girls tennis:

School League Overall
King’s 2-0 3-0
South Whidbey 2-0 2-2
Coupeville 0-1 0-1
Friday Harbor 0-1 0-1
Granite Falls 0-2 1-5

 

North Sound Conference boys soccer:

School League Overall
King’s 3-0 4-1-1
South Whidbey 3-0 6-1-0
Coupeville 2-2 4-5-0
CPC-Bothell 0-3 0-5-0
Sultan 0-3 1-8-0

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CHS net aces Avalon Renninger (left) and Tia Wurzrainer have an open schedule next week, thanks to spring break. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

And now, the slowest week of the season.

With spring break in full bloom, Coupeville High School sports teams will largely be absent from the scene over the next seven days.

Wolf boys soccer has a non-conference game Monday, Apr. 1 at Forks, while baseball is the only CHS team going full tilt.

The diamond men play a three-game series against King’s, with road contests Monday and Friday and a home bout Wednesday.

First pitch is 4 PM.

Meanwhile, CHS tennis, softball and track have the week completely off, save for an occasional practice.

Once we get to a new week, and the calendar rolls around to Monday, Apr. 8, everything will fire back up like normal.

As you detox from constant games, it’s a perfect time to marinate in the up-to-the-moment standings.

So, here’s where things sit through Mar. 31:

 

North Sound Conference softball:

School League Overall
Coupeville 2-1 4-5
Granite Falls 2-1 5-4
CPC-Bothell 1-1 3-1
South Whidbey 1-1 3-3
Sultan 0-2 0-4

 

North Sound Conference baseball:

School League Overall
CPC-Bothell 6-0 8-1
South Whidbey 5-1 8-1
King’s 1-2 2-6
Coupeville 0-3 0-7
Granite Falls 0-3 2-6
Sultan 0-3 0-8

 

North Sound Conference girls tennis:

School League Overall
King’s 2-0 3-0
South Whidbey 2-0 2-2
Coupeville 0-1 0-1
Friday Harbor 0-1 0-1
Granite Falls 0-2 1-5

 

North Sound Conference boys soccer:

School League Overall
King’s 3-0 4-1-1
South Whidbey 3-0 6-1-0
Coupeville 2-2 4-4-0
CPC-Bothell 0-3 0-4-0
Sultan 0-3 0-7-0

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Ema Smith opens the playoffs Monday against Lynden Christian. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

One team is done, one plays on.

The Coupeville High School boys basketball squad reached the end of the road Saturday, falling a game shy of a playoff berth.

But dreams of postseason glory are still alive for the Wolf girls, who open the double-elimination district tourney Monday at Lynden Christian.

As they exit, a look at the final scoring totals for the CHS boys reveals several things.

The Wolves got three guys into triple digits this time around, after settling for two last year.

But, at the same time, scoring was down, with 158 points from the team’s top scorer being the lowest total by a squad leader since the 2012-2013 season.

Closing on a positive note, that leading scorer was freshman Hawthorne Wolfe, who was the highest-scoring 9th grader in 102 years of Coupeville boys basketball.

Only four other CHS boys, and five girls, have topped 100 varsity points during their freshmen season, and eight of those nine went on to finish their careers in the top 10 for career scorers.

So, based on history, and Wolfe’s own strong work ethic, we can reasonably expect his point totals to trend upwards in the coming years.

Over on the girls side of the ball, seniors Lindsey Roberts and Ema Smith continue to chase individual achievement alongside team glory.

Roberts passed three former Wolf greats in her last game, and now sits at #20 on the girls career scoring chart, while Smith is just four points from cracking the top 50.

As we leave the regular season behind and head into the playoffs, a look at where we are, through Feb. 3:

 

North Sound Conference girls basketball:

School League Overall
King’s 10-0 16-4
CPC-Bothell 8-2 12-6
Coupeville 6-4 8-9
Granite Falls 3-7 5-14
Sultan 3-7 7-13
South Whidbey 0-10 2-18

 

North Sound Conference boys basketball:

School League Overall
King’s 10-0 16-4
CPC-Bothell 7-3 11-9
South Whidbey 6-4 13-7
Sultan 5-5 6-14
Coupeville 1-9 2-16
Granite Falls 1-9 4-17

 

CHS girls basketball varsity scoring:

Lindsey Roberts – 134
Ema Smith – 119
Chelsea Prescott – 94
Scout Smith – 78
Avalon Renninger – 54
Hannah Davidson – 22
Tia Wurzrainer – 18
Nicole Laxton – 15
Izzy Wells – 9
Mollie Bailey – 8
Ja’Kenya Hoskins – 5
Anya Leavell – 4

 

CHS boys basketball varsity scoring:

Hawthorne Wolfe – 158
Sean Toomey-Stout – 122
Mason Grove – 109
Ulrik Wells – 74
Jered Brown – 71
Gavin Knoblich – 65
Jacobi Pilgrim – 43
Koa Davison – 11
Jean Lund-Olsen – 7
Dane Lucero – 4
Xavier Murdy – 4
Daniel Olson – 3

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Izzy Wells is the highest-scoring of three freshman girls on a Coupeville hoops squad headed to the playoffs. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Five days from now, everything will be settled.

Maybe.

Friday, Feb. 1 is the final night of the regular season for high school basketball, but it might not be the absolute cut-off.

While the Coupeville girls know exactly what their postseason route will be, having clinched the #3 seed from the North Sound Conference, the fate of the Wolf boys is still up in the air.

Brad Sherman’s squad holds a one-game lead on Granite Falls in the chase for the #5 playoff spot on the boys side, but the week ahead looms large.

The Wolves travel to South Whidbey Tuesday, while Granite hosts Cedar Park Christian the same night.

Then comes the regular season finale Friday, with CHS on the bus to visit Granite.

A Coupeville win Tuesday would likely clinch a playoff berth, while one Friday will absolutely achieve that goal.

However, if Granite wins both games next week, and the Wolves lose both, there’s no postseason bid for Whidbey’s team.

And then there’s our final scenario, with a Granite win over Coupeville Friday leaving both schools with the same record in league play, having split the season series.

If that happens, the Tigers have to get on the bus and travel to Cow Town Saturday, Feb. 2 for a play-in game for the final postseason slot in the double-elimination district tourney.

Tip-off would be 5 PM in the CHS gym.

While the Wolf boys sweat out their fate, their female counterparts will host King’s Tuesday, then travel to Granite Friday, all while knowing they open districts Feb. 4 against Meridian.

Not that there’s nothing left to play for, as the CHS girls need another victory to clinch a winning record in league play, while seniors Lindsey Roberts and Ema Smith chase individual scoring marks.

With 418 career points, Roberts is just eight shy of passing Cassidi Rosenkrance (423), Mika Hosek (424), and Sarah Powell (425) to become the #20 scorer in Wolf girls hoops history.

Meanwhile, Smith is a single point shy of becoming the 55th CHS girl to record 200 points, and needs 18 to pass Beth Mouw and Lisa Roehl (216) for 50th place all-time.

As we head into the final week of the regular season, a look at where we are, through Jan. 27:

 

North Sound Conference girls basketball:

School League Overall
King’s 8-0 14-4
CPC-Bothell 7-2 11-6
Coupeville 5-3 7-8
Granite Falls 3-6 5-13
Sultan 2-6 6-12
South Whidbey 0-8 2-16

 

North Sound Conference boys basketball:

School League Overall
King’s 9-0 15-4
CPC-Bothell 5-3 9-9
South Whidbey 5-3 12-6
Sultan 5-4 6-13
Coupeville 1-7 2-13
Granite Falls 0-8 2-16

 

CHS girls basketball varsity scoring:

Lindsey Roberts – 120
Ema Smith – 105
Chelsea Prescott – 87
Scout Smith – 74
Avalon Renninger – 52
Hannah Davidson – 18
Nicole Laxton – 15
Tia Wurzrainer – 14
Izzy Wells – 9
Mollie Bailey – 8
Ja’Kenya Hoskins – 5
Anya Leavell – 4

 

CHS boys basketball varsity scoring:

Hawthorne Wolfe – 140
Sean Toomey-Stout – 88
Mason Grove – 86
Ulrik Wells – 64
Jered Brown – 62
Gavin Knoblich – 54
Jacobi Pilgrim – 23
Koa Davison – 11
Jean Lund-Olsen – 5
Dane Lucero – 4
Xavier Murdy – 3
Daniel Olson – 3

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