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Lyla Stuurmans brings the thunder and the lightning. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Ryanne Knoblich keeps her focus crisp.

Every movement equals a number.

Or sometimes it seems that way, as Coupeville High School stat keepers scramble to keep up with the fast-paced action on the floor.

The Wolf varsity is a crisp 8-2 in Northwest 2B/1B League play, with two matches to go before the postseason arrives.

Take a moment to scan the stats below and see what has developed in the first 13 matches of the season.

 

CHS volleyball varsity season stats (through 13 matches):

 

Player Kills Digs Block-Solo Block-Assist Assists Aces
Alita Blouin 3 164 12 20
Maddie Georges 10 62 1 2 202 40
Taygin Jump 2 49 13
Ryanne Knoblich 9 46 1
Katie Marti 3 9 28 4
Madison McMillan 1 1
Grey Peabody 19 3 3 3 2
Jill Prince 68 3 8 1
Olivia Schaffeld 51 29 1 8 22
Lyla Stuurmans 48 48 1 4
Lucy Tenore 59 11 1 7 20
Savina Wells 61 37 5 34

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Freshman Savina Wells is #2 for Coupeville in aces, and #3 in kills. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Alita Blouin has 83 more digs than anyone else on her team.

Nine matches down, six to go in the regular season.

The Coupeville High School varsity volleyball squad is 60% through its schedule, and sits at 6-1 in Northwest 2B/1B League play, 6-3 overall.

With no seniors on his roster, Wolf coach Cory Whitmore has a young group — four freshman and two sophomores make up half of his 12-woman roster.

Three of those young guns — freshmen Lyla Stuurmans and Savina Wells, and sophomore Olivia Schaffeld — are starters, with all putting up strong stats.

But, if you want the current team leaders, you turn to the juniors, with Lucy Tenore, Maddie Georges, and Alita Blouin topping their team.

Tenore is #1 in kills and block assists, Georges tops in service aces and regular assists, while the duo are tied in solo blocks.

Blouin, the dig master for the Wolves, has been scraping balls off the floor at a staggering rate.

With 123 digs, she is tripling the total of Coupeville’s #2 player in that stat, Ryanne Knoblich, who has 40.

 

CHS volleyball varsity season stats (through nine matches):

 

Player Kills Digs Block-Solo Block-Assist Assists Aces
Alita Blouin 1 123 10 15
Maddie Georges 8 38 1 1 125 29
Taygin Jump 2 32 7
Ryanne Knoblich 7 40 1
Katie Marti 3 9 28 4
Madison McMillan 1
Grey Peabody 15 3 1 2 2
Jill Prince 47 1 5 1
Olivia Schaffeld 27 22 5 18
Lyla Stuurmans 36 25 4
Lucy Tenore 58 11 1 7 18
Savina Wells 40 30 3 20

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Dominic Coffman leads Coupeville with three interceptions in three games. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Scott Hilborn has a team-high six touchdowns.

The Coupeville High School football team stopped recording numbers on MaxPreps after publishing partial stats for week one.

That limits my ability to keep you up-to-date, but I do have some factoids for your perusal.

So, as the Wolves (1-0 in Northwest 2B/1B League play, 1-2 overall) prep for tomorrow’s big showdown in Friday Harbor, here you go.

 

Stats through three games:

 

OFFENSE:

 

Touchdowns:

Scott Hilborn – 6
Dominic Coffman – 3
Tim Ursu – 2
Logan Downes – 1
Daylon Houston – 1
Cole Hutchinson – 1
Johnny Porter – 1

 

PATs:

Daylon Houston – 5

 

Conversions:

Hutchinson – 1

 

Points:

Hilborn – 36
Coffman – 18
Ursu – 12
Houston – 11
Hutchinson – 8
Downes – 6
Porter – 6

 

DEFENSE:

 

Interceptions:

Coffman – 3
Downes – 2
Hilborn – 1
Houston – 1

 

Fumble recoveries:

William Davidson – 1
Mikey Robinett – 1
Ursu – 1

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Alita Blouin leads Coupeville High School volleyball in digs and is one off the team lead for service aces. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Ryanne Knoblich has been a solid contributor off the bench.

The numbers tell the story.

Five matches into the season, the Coupeville High School varsity volleyball team is 4-0 in league play, 4-1 overall.

The Wolves have gotten there thanks to solid contributions across the board, with 11 different players racking up stats.

Leading the way is junior team captain Maddie Georges, who tops CHS in assists and solo blocks, while tying with Olivia Schaffeld for most service aces.

Lucy Tenore is the current leader in kills and block assists, with Alita Blouin far out in front in ringing up digs.

It’s a well-balanced team, one capable of making a deep run this season.

Which just means you’ll get more of these stats recaps.

So, winner-winner.

 

CHS volleyball varsity season stats (through five matches):

 

Player Kills Digs Block-Solo Block-Assist Assists Aces
Alita Blouin 83 8 12
Maddie Georges 5 20 1 1 69 13
Taygin Jump 2 19 7
Ryanne Knoblich 16
Katie Marti 3 9 28 4
Grey Peabody 13 3 1 2
Jill Prince 31 1 4 1
Olivia Schaffeld 18 17 4 13
Lyla Stuurmans 21 12
Lucy Tenore 40 10 6 8
Savina Wells 25 17 2 7

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Wolf junior Jonathan Valenzuela was credited with five tackles in Coupeville’s season-opening football clash with Klahowya. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

You can lose your mind playing the stats game.

Or, you can accept that while some categories are fairly easy to track, such as touchdowns, others — such as tackles or yardage — are often far trickier.

With that in mind, I present a look at Coupeville High School football stats through week one.

A mixture of stuff I tracked myself, and numbers plucked from MaxPreps, it’s not 100%, but it’s close enough to publish.

Having used my own eyes to witness Wolf senior Brian Casey blow through the Klahowya line and stuff an Eagle runner, I’m a little surprised MaxPreps doesn’t credit him with any tackles.

But, debate always adds a tangy little crunch to any stats story, so here we are.

And with that, on to week two, with the battle for The Bucket going down in Langley Friday night at 7 PM.

 

Stats through Week One:

 

OFFENSE:

 

Touchdowns:

Dominic Coffman – 2
Tim Ursu – 2
Scott Hilborn – 1
Cole Hutchinson – 1

 

PATs:

Daylon Houston – 1

 

Conversions:

Hutchinson – 1

 

Points:

Coffman – 12
Ursu – 12
Hutchinson – 8
Hilborn – 6
Houston – 1

 

DEFENSE:

 

Tackles:

Coffman – 9
Ursu – 8
Jonathan Valenzuela – 5
Isaiah Bittner – 3
William Davidson – 2
Mikey Robinett – 2
Logan Downes – 1
Hilborn – 1
Hutchinson – 1
Kevin Partida – 1

 

Interceptions:

Coffman – 2

 

Fumble recoveries:

Davidson – 1
Ursu – 1

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