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   Senior Kyle Rockwell is one of many players who have chipped in to help Coupeville baseball get off to a 7-4 start. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Rockin’ and rollin’.

The Coupeville High School baseball squad is off to one of its best starts in years, and a lot of the success comes from balance.

Up and down the lineup, Wolves are producing, and that has fueled a 7-4 record heading into a non-conference game today at La Conner.

A look at where CHS sits, stats-wise, as compiled by coaches:

 

Hitting:

Player AB Runs Hits 2B 3B HR BB RBI Avg. OBP
Lucero 40 4 12 3 5 11 .300 .370
Knoblich 20 4 2 3 3 .100 .250
H. Smith 42 14 18 2 4 2 15 .429 .468
Zettle 1
Hoagland 30 6 8 1 8 6 .267 .439
Pease 27 4 7 5 3 .259 .375
Lippo 36 12 12 1 12 4 .333 .500
Welling 20 6 9 2 6 11 .450 .645
Rockwell 28 2 5 1 7 5 .179 .378
Hilborn 37 17 16 2 9 12 .432 .580
Etzell 32 11 7 3 8 1 .219 .375

 

Pitching:

Player W/L ERA Gms H R ER BB HBP K IP WHIP
Lucero 1-1 4.13 5 16 16 11 13 1 15 18.2 1.554
H. Smith 4-1 0.88 5 19 9 4 4 36 32.0 0.719
Lippo 0-1 10.50 1 1 1 2 1 0.2 3.000
Welling 1-0 3.50 1 3 2 1 2.0 1.500
Hilborn 1-1 4.29 5 21 15 10 7 3 17 16.1 1.714
Etzell 0-0 9.55 4 3 5 5 2 2 4 3.2 1.364

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   Katrina McGranahan lays out to snag a fly ball that was caught in a gust of wind and suddenly changed directions. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Halfway in and the stat sheet is on fire.

The Coupeville High School softball squad, which jumps into the second half of the regular season this week with games against La Conner and Klahowya, is humming along at 7-3.

Coming off of an offensive fireworks show at Friday Harbor, the Wolves have some impressive numbers, and I’m here to share them with you.

The latest sweet statsy stats, as compiled by CHS coaches and posted on MaxPreps:

 

Hitting:

Player AB Runs Hits 2B 3B HR SB BB RBI Avg. OBP
Caveness 18 7 5 3 2 5 .278 .350
Lodell 30 7 6 1 1 2 3 .200 .273
Mathusek 16 5 3 2 3 3 .188 .350
Smith 37 15 15 3 1 3 .405 .436
Rose 29 11 7 2 1 4 4 4 .241 .333
Prescott 29 12 7 1 4 3 4 .241 .312
Davis 7 2 1 2 3 .143 .455
McGranahan 31 17 11 1 1 9 6 10 .355 .512
Bailey 8 2 2 4 3 .250 .500
Crownover 34 8 16 4 3 1 13 .471 .486
Wright 36 12 18 4 1 2 1 20 .500 .500
Laxton 12 2 2 1 3 .167 .286

 

Pitching:

Player W/L ERA Gms CG SO Hits Runs BB K IP BF
McGranahan 6-1 2.28 9 6 2 32 25 19 43 46 211
Smith 1-2 7.47 4 1 19 23 5 4 15 76

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   With six goals in eight games, Wolf sophomore Aram Leyva has matched his total from his freshman season. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

The offense has a little extra octane in it this year.

The Coupeville High School boys soccer squad passed the halfway point of the regular season Monday, and sits at 4-3-1 overall, 3-1 in Olympic League play.

After upcoming back-to-back non-conference tilts with Forks and Port Angeles, the Wolves close with five straight conference games, then hope to be playoff-bound.

If the goal-scoring stays at current levels, a postseason berth should be fairly easy to get.

With nine different players tallying at least one score, CHS has already rattled the net for 34 goals.

That figure tops last year’s season-ending totals and is already the fourth-best team mark in the last nine years.

Why am I using nine seasons for this comparison, you ask? Easy answer — that’s what the Olympic League site has archived.

So, looking at the Wolf boys from 2010 to this moment in time, here’s how things have played out.

2010 – 39 goals
2011 – 30
2012 – 27
2013 – 15
2014 – 22
2015 – 37
2016 – 48
2017 – 26
2018 – 34 and counting

When it comes to individual scoring, sophomore Derek Leyva, who transferred to Coupeville this year, is out in front and chasing the Wolf single-season records.

On the boys side, that mark belong to Derek’s cousin, Abraham Leyva, who punched in 20 in one campaign, while Mia Littlejohn owns the school record with 27.

Season totals:

Derek Leyva – 14
Aram Leyva – 6
Sam Wynn – 4
Pedro Gamarra – 3
William Nelson – 3
Chris Cernick – 1
Jonathan Partida – 1
Ethan Spark – 1
James Wood – 1

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   Wolf freshman Chelsea Prescott makes her debut on the varsity stat sheet. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

They’re sailing to new heights.

When this year’s seniors were raw freshmen, Coupeville High’s varsity volleyball team finished 1-11.

Jump forward three seasons, and the Wolves are rampaging along at 9-2, with three regular season matches left to play.

CHS is undefeated in league play (6-0), one win away from clinching back-to-back league titles and closing in quickly on the program’s record for victories in a season.

That mark is 13, set in 2004 by the last Wolf spiker squad to advance to the state tourney.

Coupeville just missed last year in Cory Whitmore’s first season as head coach, finishing 11-6 after two narrow losses at districts.

As the Wolves head into the final week of the regular season, now is a perfect time to catch up on all the stats piled up by the 12 young women who have appeared in a varsity match.

Stats through Oct. 22:

Sets Played:

Payton Aparicio 33
Kyla Briscoe 33
Hope Lodell 33
Katrina McGranahan 33
Ashley Menges 33
Scout Smith 33
Mikayla Elfrank 32
Emma Smith 32
Lauren Rose 30
Maya Toomey-Stout 17
Allison Wenzel 16
Chelsea Prescott 2

Kills:

Briscoe 58
Elfrank 52
McGranahan 49
Aparicio 43
E. Smith 35
S. Smith 23
Menges 5
Prescott 3
Lodell 2
Toomey-Stout 2
Rose 1

Kill Percentage:

Prescott 75.0
Toomey-Stout 50.0
Menges 45.5
McGranahan 41.9
E. Smith 36.8
Briscoe 36.0
Elfrank 34.4
Aparicio 30.1
S. Smith 23.7
Rose 11.1
Lodell 10.0

Hitting Percentage:

Toomey-Stout .500
Menges .364
McGranahan .248
Briscoe .236
Aparicio .140
E. Smith .137
Rose .111
Elfrank .020

Digs:

Lodell 102
Aparicio 63
Toomey-Stout 29
Briscoe 28
McGranahan 24
Rose 24
Elfrank 12
Menges 11
S. Smith 5
Wenzel 5
E. Smith 4
Prescott 2

Blocks:

Elfrank 20
McGranahan 15
E. Smith 11
S. Smith 3
Briscoe 2
Aparicio 1

Service Returns:

Lodell 163
Aparicio 121
Briscoe 91
Toomey-Stout 20
Wenzel 18
McGranahan 4
Rose 3
E. Smith 3
Menges 2
S. Smith 1

Assists:

Rose 138 (#9 in 1A)
Menges 98
Aparicio 16
S. Smith 9
Lodell 6
E. Smith 2
Elfrank 1
McGranahan 1
Prescott 1

Serving Percentage:

Prescott 100.0
Rose 95.7
Toomey-Stout 94.1
McGranahan 91.8
Aparicio 88.5
S. Smith 77.8
Menges 77.7
Briscoe 76.7
Lodell 75.3
Wenzel 57.1

Service Points:

Aparicio 122
Rose 85
McGranahan 79
Menges 56
Lodell 47
Briscoe 25
S. Smith 7
Toomey-Stout 6
Wenzel 4

Service Aces:

Aparicio 50 (#1 in 1A)
Rose 29
Lodell 26
McGranahan 25
Menges 19
Toomey-Stout 14
Briscoe 12
S. Smith 3
Wenzel 2
Prescott 1

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   Teo Keilwitz recovered a fumble for a touchdown against Vashon Island. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Football stats are like a giant, shifting sand dune.

As the winds blow through, some piles rise and others fall, and, most times, you can’t totally control where the sand ends up.

Injuries are a killer on the gridiron, and, thanks to various hurts, Wolf stars Hunter Smith, Sean Toomey-Stout and Chris Battaglia have taken a stats hit in the last week or two.

At the same time, their absence has opened the gates for players such as Andrew Martin, Jake Hoagland and Teo Keilwitz, who have all seen their stats rise in the past two weeks.

Through it all, the most consistent weapon has been receiver/defensive back Cameron Toomey-Stout, who has stayed healthy and productive.

The senior standout is now #1 for CHS in six categories — receiving yards, touchdowns, points, all-purpose yards, interceptions (a tie with Smith) and return yards.

The man throwing him the ball, senior quarterback Hunter Downes, is busy making a run at the record books.

Through six games, he’s averaging 182.7 passing yards and 1.8 TD passes a game.

Stay at that pace through the final four contests and Downes would tie Joel Walstad’s single-season TD record (18 in 2014) and just miss Ian Smith’s single-season passing yardage mark (1,848 in 2010).

With 2,937 yards and 29 TD’s for his career, Downes is also closing in on Coupeville’s career records in those categories.

The man he’s chasing, Brad Sherman, the Wolf Offensive Coordinator, finished his run on the gridiron with 3,613 yards and 33 TD’s.

Downes and Co. will kick off the first of three straight home games this Friday, when Bellevue Christian comes to town for Coupeville’s Homecoming game.

Last year, Downes blitzed the Vikings for four scoring strikes, tying the CHS single game record. If history repeats itself, Friday the 13th could be historical.

As you count down the hours until that game, take a gander at the season-to-date stats, as compiled by CHS coaches and posted on MaxPreps.

Keep in mind, though, that when you look at where Wolf players are ranked, it comes with one caveat — not all teams in the state are actively reporting stats.

OFFENSE:

Passing:

Hunter Downes 58-122 for 1,096 yards (#2 in 1A) with 11 TDs and 6 INTs
Shane Losey 1-2 for 16 yards
Dawson Houston 0-1

Receiving:

Cameron Toomey-Stout 28 receptions for 495 yards (#1 in 1A)
Hunter Smith 21-426 (#4 in 1A)
Sean Toomey-Stout 5-120
Matt Hilborn 3-51
Jake Hoagland 1-14
Losey 1-6

Rushing:

S. Toomey-Stout 41 carries for 224 yards
Chris Battaglia 24-127
Hilborn 34-97
Andrew Martin 11-51
Smith 4-11
Teo Keilwitz 3-7
Jean Lund-Olsen 3-5
Losey 3-0
Downes 15 (-3)

All-Purpose Yards (Rush/Rec/KR/PR/IR):

C. Toomey-Stout 758
Smith 637
S. Toomey-Stout 389
Hilborn 197
Battaglia 127
Hoagland 115
Keilwitz 66
Martin 51
Lund-Olsen 10
Losey 6

Total Yards (Rush/Pass/Rec):

Downes 1,093 (#3 in 1A)
C. Toomey-Stout 495
Smith 437
S. Toomey-Stout 344
Hilborn 148
Battaglia 127
Martin 51
Losey 22
Hoagland 14
Keilwitz 7
Lund-Olsen 5

Touchdowns:

C. Toomey-Stout 7 (#4 in 1A)
Smith 6 (#6 in 1A)
S. Toomey-Stout 4
Hilborn 2
Downes 1
Hoagland 1
Keilwitz 1

PATs:

Hilborn 10 (#5 in 1A)

Conversions:

Smith 1
S. Toomey-Stout 1

Points:

C. Toomey-Stout 42 (#5 in 1A)
Smith 38 (#6 in 1A)
S. Toomey-Stout 26
Hilborn 22
Downes
6
Hoagland
6
Keilwitz
6

DEFENSE:

Tackles:

S. Toomey-Stout 54 (#8 in 1A)
C. Toomey-Stout 35
Hilborn 34
Losey 27
Julian Welling 27
Battaglia 26
Dane Lucero 26
Hoagland 23
Tyler McCalmont 21
Jake Pease 21
Smith
17
Martin 15
Kyle Rockwell 15
James Vidoni 15
Keilwitz 11
Trevor Bell 5
Downes 5
Gavin Knoblich 5
Lund-Olsen 5
Brian Roberts 4
Houston 2
Cameron Dahl 1
Koa Davison
1
Gavin Straub 1

Tackles for Loss:

Pease 6
McCalmont 5
Vidoni 4
Lucero 3
Welling 2
Hoagland 1
Knoblich 1

Interceptions:

Smith 4 (#1 in 1A, #4 in the state)
C. Toomey-Stout 4 (#1 in 1A, #4 in the state)

Fumble recoveries:

Pease 2
Hoagland 1
Keilwitz 1
S. Toomey-Stout 1
Welling 1

Sacks:

Pease 4
Welling 2
Losey 1.5
Lucero 1.5
Battaglia 1
McCalmont 1
Vidoni 1

Blocked kicks:

Rockwell 1

SPECIAL TEAMS:

Kickoffs:

Hilborn 24 for 371 yards

Punts:

Downes 7 for 196 yards

Kickoff/Punt returns:

C. Toomey-Stout 11 for 180 yards (#5 in 1A)
Hoagland 3-101
Keilwitz 5-59
Hilborn 4-49
S. Toomey-Stout 4-45
Smith 2-33
Lund-Olsen 1-5
Welling 1-0

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