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Coupeville sophomore Mikaela Labrador improved her javelin throw by 14+ feet as the 2019 season progressed. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

They are often the unsung heroes of track and field.

The runners zipping around the track oval do so right in front of the stands, but the team’s throwers are usually stuck off in various corners, often far away from the main hub of action.

But today we’re here to shine a spotlight on Coupeville’s throwing crew, thanks to stats from coach Bob Martin.

This season, 20 of the 32 Wolves in the CHS program tried at least one of the three throwing events (shot put, discus, javelin), with seven competing in all three exercises.

Megan Behan, Aurora Cernick, Emma Smith, Chris Battaglia, Brian Casey, Elijah Okaruru, and Raven Vick were the ultimate throwing warriors, picking up (and flinging) each of the implements.

Overall, the javelin was the most popular, with 16 Wolves trying it, while shot put apparently was the scariest, with just 10 hefting the orb.

Discus fell somewhere in the middle, with 13 giving it a go.

The chart below tracks all 20 of the Wolves who threw, detailing their first attempt during a live meet, and the best distance they landed in competition.

And before you start using all your fingers and toes to add, the two Coupeville throwers who had the biggest in-season improvement were Logan Martin and Smith.

Logan, a freshman, is the younger brother of Dalton Martin, who holds the CHS record in the discus at 161 feet, seven inches, set in his senior season in 2016.

But, way back when Dalton was a freshman, his PR was 107-02.

Logan already has him there, improving from 80-04 in his first high school meet, to 121-11 by the district meet.

That’s an in-season jump of 41 feet, seven inches, and now he has three more full seasons left to pick up the additional 39 feet, nine inches he needs to topple big bro from the school record board.

Smith didn’t jump quite as far as her younger teammate, but she did still have a heck of a senior season.

She made it to state in both the shot put and discus, and improved 20 feet, five inches during the season in the second event.

Smith whipped it 72-03 in the season-opening Island Jamboree in mid-March, then came around to hit 92-08 at districts two months later.

And now, on to a look at how all 20 of the Wolf throwers improved during the course of the 2019 season:

 

Thrower Shot-First Shot-Best Discus-First Discus-Best Javelin-First Javelin-Best
C. Battaglia 38-00.5 41-00 110-00 112-06 127-06 134-01
Js. Baumann 76-09.5 92-06
M. Behan 19-02 24-01 55-02 60-02 55-02 65-04
K. Burnett 91-03 102-07
B. Casey 31-06 32-06 77-02 78-11 64-09 77-03
A. Cernick 19-09.5 21-00.5 51-02 66-05 57-11 63-09
K. Davison 82-03 100-02
L. Halstead 106-02 106-02
Jat. Hoskins 52-06 52-06
M. Labrador 38-03 52-05
R. Labrador 39-06 44-10.5 93-11 109-10
L. Martin 34-10 34-10 80-04 121-11
A. Mihill 43-08 47-09 57-11 63-09
E. Okaruru 26-05.5 27-09 77-07 77-07 68-06 71-04
T. Peterson 86-04 99-10
E. Smith 30-10 34-05 72-03 92-08 72-10 72-10
K. Sorrows 37-05 39-10.5 90-04 108-01
S. T-Stout 140-09 140-09
R. Vick 17-04 21-05.5 56-05 61-02 82-03 88-02
W. Vick 60-09 71-01 43-00 61-08

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Emma Mathusek (left) and Scout Smith are among the stat leaders for Coupeville High School softball. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Time for the stretch run.

The Coupeville High School softball team returns to action Tuesday, ending a nine-day break between games.

Sitting atop the North Sound Conference at 2-1 (they’re 4-5 overall after facing a brutal, road-game-heavy early schedule), the Wolves are in control of their own fate.

Coupeville closes with seven of 10 on Whidbey, with nine of those being league clashes.

The second-half run begins, and ends, with games against Island rival South Whidbey, though the biggest showdowns will be with co-league leader Granite Falls Apr. 17 and May 1.

As we prepare to swing back into action, a look at season-to-date stats, as plucked from MaxPreps:

 

Hitting:

Player AB Runs Hits 2B 3B HR SB BB RBI Avg. OBP
A. Shaw 7 3 2 1 6 .286 .615
I. Wells 16 4 3 2 .188 .235
C. Wheeler 3 1 2 1 .400
C. Caveness 12 4 2 5 3 .167 .444
E. Mathusek 22 11 8 2 11 12 .364 .576
S. Smith 28 12 7 1 1 3 7 4 .250 .432
C. Prescott 28 10 8 1 3 3 7 5 .286 .429
M. Davis 20 1 2 1 3 3 .100 .217
M. Bailey 23 5 5 3 1 .217 .308
V. Crownover 28 7 14 7 1 2 8 .500 .548
S. Wright 32 10 20 5 1 2 1 1 12 .625 .647
N. Laxton 10 3 2 3 .200 .556

 

Pitching:

Player W/L ERA Gms CG SO Hits Runs BB K IP BF
I. Wells 3-2 10.23 6 3 47 53 17 28 26 169
S. Smith 1-3 6.70 5 2 26 33 8 10 23 117
C. Prescott 0-0 12.25 2 5 11 3 1 4 25

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Sophomore Chelsea Prescott leads Coupeville High School softball in triples and stolen bases. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

The stats are starting to pile up.

Seven games into the season, the Coupeville High School softball squad shows remarkable balance.

All 12 varsity players have scored at least one run, while 11 have a hit, a different 11 have a walk, and 10 have collected RBI’s.

Senior catcher Sarah Wright, who slashes out of the cleanup spot, is the early front-runner.

She leads the Wolves in at bats, hits, batting average and on base percentage, as well as being tied for the lead in home runs and RBI.

Other leaders include Chelsea Prescott (stolen bases and triples), Veronica Crownover (doubles and a tie for homers), Emma Mathusek (walks and a tie for RBI), and Scout Smith (runs).

We know all this because softball is the lone spring sport at CHS to currently be posting stats on MaxPreps, which is where I plucked these numbers from.

 

Hitting:

Player AB Runs Hits 2B 3B HR SB BB RBI Avg. OBP
A. Shaw 5 2 1 1 5 .200 .600
I. Wells 15 4 3 2 1 .200 .250
C. Wheeler 2 1 2 1 .500
C. Caveness 7 4 2 5 3 .286 .615
E. Mathusek 17 9 6 2 10 10 .353 .593
S. Smith 22 12 6 1 1 2 7 4 .273 .484
C. Prescott 23 10 7 1 3 3 6 5 .304 .448
M. Davis 18 1 2 1 3 3 .111 .238
M. Bailey 18 5 5 3 1 .278 .381
V. Crownover 23 7 13 7 1 2 8 .565 .615
S. Wright 27 9 17 4 1 1 1 1 10 .630 .655
N. Laxton 9 3 2 3 .222 .562

 

Pitching:

Player W/L ERA Gms CG SO Hits Runs BB K IP BF
I. Wells 3-1 7.33 5 2 31 36 14 24 21 128
S. Smith 1-2 7.00 4 1 19 25 7 10 16 82
C. Prescott 0-0 12.25 2 5 11 3 1 4 25

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Gavin Knoblich finished second in touchdowns and points, third in receiving yards and fifth in tackles for Coupeville football this season. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Welcome back to contentious corner, for the final time.

Tracking football stats is a tricky business, especially when multiple people are recording said info.

So, as I present the season-ending stat totals for Coupeville High School’s gridiron squad, keep in mind, I’m just the messenger.

I can stand behind some stats (touchdowns, PATS, interceptions, etc.) with rock-solid faith.

With a few others which involve yardage or tackle totals, I understand the arguments on both sides, but this is what I have been given.

If there’s someone out there with more football knowledge than me, and a HUDL password, feel free to go review the last nine weeks of film and tell me what you see.

Until then, here’s our best guess.

 

CHS football stats (final):

 

OFFENSE:

Passing:

Dawson Houston 53-95 for 637 yards with 5 TDs
Shane Losey 7-16 for 64 yards
Sean Toomey-Stout 2-2 for 35 yards

Receiving:

Toomey-Stout 20 receptions for 284 yards
Dane Lucero 10-131
Gavin Knoblich 11-96
Losey 7-81
Matt Hilborn 7-48
Derek Leyva 2-47
Jake Pease 3-33
Ben Smith 1-13
Gabe Shaw 1-3

Rushing:

Toomey-Stout 143 carries for 1095 yards
Hilborn 30-148
Losey 28-102
Chris Battaglia 13-63
Andrew Martin 15-54
Xavier Murdy 6-28
Gavin Straub 7-24
Leyva 8-15
Lucero 3-10
Alex Turner 6-8
Smith 1-(-3)
Houston 29-(-78)

Total Yards (Rush/Pass/Rec):

Toomey-Stout 1414
Houston 559
Losey 247
Hilborn 196
Lucero 141
Knoblich 96
Battaglia 63
Leyva 62
Martin 54
Pease 33
Murdy 28
Straub 24
Smith 10
Turner 8
Shaw 3

Touchdowns:

Toomey-Stout 10
Knoblich 2
Battaglia 1
Hilborn 1
Houston 1
Losey 1
Pease 1

PATs:

Murdy 4
Leyva 2

Conversions:

Hilborn 1
Knoblich 1
Pease 1

Points:

Toomey-Stout 60
Knoblich 14
Hilborn 8
Pease 8
Battaglia 6
Houston 6
Losey 6
Murdy 4
Leyva 2

 

DEFENSE:

Tackles:

Turner 86
Toomey-Stout 70
Lucero 39
Martin 35
Knoblich 33
Losey 30
Battaglia 29
Hilborn 26
Ryan Labrador 25
Matt Stevens 20
Pease 12
Gavin St Onge 12
Isaiah Bittner 5
Leyva 5
Murdy 5
Brian Casey 4
Miles Davidson 4
Straub 4
Cameron Dahl 2
Shaw 2
Smith 2
Houston
 1

Interceptions:

Toomey-Stout 2
Hilborn 1
Knoblich 1
Martin 1

Fumble recoveries:

Toomey-Stout 2
Hilborn 1
Knoblich 1
Labrador 1
Leyva 1
Pease 1
Turner 1

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Before an injury derailed his senior season, Jake Pease put up solid numbers as a receiver and a defender. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Perfect? No. Pretty close? Yes.

The stats game is a tricky one, especially when multiple people have been involved, and everything is being done live, often from less-than-desirable sight lines.

So, while no one is claiming the Coupeville High School football stats below are flawless (for one thing, we’re still missing numbers from one game), they at least give you a general idea of how the 2018 season has played out.

And it’s safe to say Sean Toomey-Stout, who leads the team in seven different categories, is far and away the team MVP.

Of that, there is no controversy.

Everything else? Let the arguing begin, while remembering, I am the messenger only.

And PS, if there’s someone out there with more football knowledge than me who wants to go through the footage for all eight games on HUDL and slap some refined season-to-date numbers on my doorstep, you know where to reach me.

 

CHS football stats (minus King’s game):

 

OFFENSE:

Passing:

Dawson Houston 44-78 for 557 yards with 5 TDs
Shane Losey 5-11 for 26 yards
Sean Toomey-Stout 1-1 for 20 yards

Receiving:

Toomey-Stout 12 receptions for 185 yards
Dane Lucero 7-108
Gavin Knoblich 8-79
Losey 4-78
Matt Hilborn 7-48
Derek Leyva 2-47
Jake Pease 3-33
Ben Smith 1-13
Gabe Shaw 1-3

Rushing:

Toomey-Stout 108 carries for 927 yards
Hilborn 23-135
Chris Battaglia 13-63
Losey 22-59
Xavier Murdy 6-28
Andrew Martin 8-27
Gavin Straub 6-21
Lucero 2-9
Alex Turner 6-8
Smith 1-(-3)
Leyva 3-(-9)
Houston 23-(-57)

Total Yards (Rush/Pass/Rec):

Toomey-Stout 1132
Houston 500
Hilborn 183
Losey 163
Lucero 117
Knoblich 79
Battaglia 63
Leyva 38
Pease 33
Murdy 28
Martin 27
Straub 21
Smith 10
Turner 8
Shaw 3

Touchdowns:

Toomey-Stout 10
Knoblich 2
Battaglia 1
Hilborn 1
Houston 1
Losey 1
Pease 1

PATs:

Murdy 4
Leyva 2

Conversions:

Hilborn 1
Knoblich 1
Pease 1

Points:

Toomey-Stout 60
Knoblich 14
Hilborn 8
Pease 8
Battaglia 6
Houston 6
Losey 6
Murdy 4
Leyva 2

 

DEFENSE:

Tackles:

Turner 72
Toomey-Stout 59
Lucero 34
Knoblich 30
Martin 30
Hilborn 24
Battaglia 23
Ryan Labrador 22
Losey 
22
Matt Stevens 14
Pease
 12
Gavin St Onge
8
Isaiah Bittner 
5
Murdy
5
Brian Casey 
4
Miles Davidson 
4
Straub 4
Leyva
3
Ben Smith 
2
Houston
 1
Shaw
1

Interceptions:

Toomey-Stout 2
Hilborn 1
Knoblich 1
Martin 1

Fumble recoveries:

Toomey-Stout 2
Hilborn 1
Knoblich 1
Labrador 1
Leyva 1
Pease 1
Turner 1

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