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Wolf QB Dawson Houston has completed 60% of his passes through two games. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

In the end, only one stat truly matters, and that’s your win-loss record.

So far, the Coupeville High School football squad is acing that, with two wins in as many games, having submarined Port Townsend (28-18) and Vashon Island (13-0).

But, as the Wolves (2-0) prep for a non-conference home game Friday against Friday Harbor (1-1), we’ll take a moment to marinate in all the other more personal stats we’ve been able to pull together.

As always, the stats come from CHS coaches, and I am just the messenger.

Agree with something? You’re welcome. Disagree? Go talk to your coaches.

 

OFFENSE:

Passing:

Dawson Houston 9-15 for 116 yards with 2 TDs
Sean Toomey-Stout 1-1 for 20 yards

Receiving:

Shane Losey 4 receptions for 78 yards
Jake Pease 3-33
Gavin Knoblich 3-25

Rushing:

Toomey-Stout 41 carries for 528 yards
Chris Battaglia 9-52
Losey 13-48
Xavier Murdy 2-15
Andrew Martin 2-11
Gavin Straub 2-5
Alex Turner 1-(-5)
Houston 5-(-18)

Total Yards (Rush/Pass/Rec):

Toomey-Stout 548
Losey 126
Houston 98
Battaglia 52
Pease 33
Knoblich 25
Murdy 15
Martin 11
Straub 5

Touchdowns:

Toomey-Stout 3
Battaglia 1
Losey 1
Pease 1

PATs:

Murdy 1

Conversions:

Knoblich 1
Pease 1

Points:

Toomey-Stout 18
Pease 8
Battaglia 6
Losey 6
Knoblich 2
Murdy 1

 

DEFENSE:

Tackles:

Martin 18
Turner 16
Dane Lucero 11
Ryan Labrador 9
Pease 7
Battaglia 6
Knoblich 6
Toomey-Stout 6
Brian Casey 4
Miles Davidson 4
Losey 4
Matt Stevens 4
Ben Smith 2
Isaiah Bittner 1
Houston 1
Straub 1

Interceptions:

Toomey-Stout 2
Martin 1

Fumble recoveries:

Knoblich 1
Turner 1

Sacks:

Lucero 2
Knoblich 1

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Wolf senior Jake Hoagland was second on the team in triples this season. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

It’s not over till they publish the stats.

While the season ended Saturday for the Coupeville High School baseball team, the afterglow of a very-strong 15-6 run, which included a second Olympic League crown in three seasons, lingers.

Now, thanks to CHS coach Chris Smith and his dedicated book-keepers, you can marinate in the deep end of the stats pool.

Want to know Jake Hoagland’s on-base percentage or how many strikeouts Dane Lucero recorded while on the mound? Here you go.

And PS, it was .387 and 24, for those with limited time to poke around in the numbers.

For everyone else, dive in.

 

Hitting:

Player AB Runs Hits 2B 3B HR BB RBI Avg. OBP
H. Smith 66 23 31 5 6 7 28 .470 .549
J. Welling 40 12 17 4 12 22 .425 .593
M. Hilborn 66 28 24 3 15 17 .364 .506
J. Lippo 66 21 22 2 1 15 9 .333 .457
J. Pease 47 8 13 2 8 8 .277 .404
D. Lucero 70 8 19 4 9 17 .271 .350
J. Hoagland 59 16 16 2 2 11 10 .271 .387
J. Zettle 4 1 1 2 1 .250 .500
N. Etzell 42 13 9 3 8 3 .214 .353
G. Knoblich 38 9 6 6 4 .158 .289
K. Rockwell 51 6 8 1 9 7 .157 .328
J. Vidoni 1 1 1.000
S. Losey 5 2 2 1 .000 .444

 

Pitching:

Player W/L ERA Gms H R ER BB HBP K IP WHIP
D. Lucero 4-1 3.20 9 28 24 14 17 1 24 30.2 1.467
D. Olson 0-0 0.00 1 1 0.1 0.000
H. Smith 8-2 1.45 10 42 16 13 6 1 73 62.2 0.766
J. Lippo 0-1 10.50 1 1 1 2 1 0.2 3.000
J. Welling 1-0 3.50 1 3 2 1 2.0 1.500
M. Hilborn 2-2 2.58 8 34 19 13 16 5 38 35.2 1.415
N. Etzell 0-0 9.54 4 3 5 5 2 2 4 3.2 1.364

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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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