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   Jered Brown and the CHS boys basketball team will be live on the internet Saturday night. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

If you can’t see a “Rock Block” live, watching it on the internet is the next best thing.

Kyle Rockwell, the Wolf big man who delivers thunderous rejections to shots by opposing players, will be in action Saturday on the World Wide Web.

The Coupeville High School boys basketball team has a non-conference rumble at Sultan that night, facing one of their old-school rivals from the Cascade Conference days.

The Turks stream their home games, so that means Rockwell and Co. will play in high definition on your computers, phones or related devices.

Varsity is slated to start at 6:45 (C-Team and JV play earlier, but will have to do so in semi-privacy).

To see the Wolves and Turks clash, wait until Saturday, then pop over to:

https://www.turkpride.tv/

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Monica Vidoni

Monica Vidoni

You can catch back up with a former Wolf hoops star this afternoon, thanks to your phone or computer.

Monica Vidoni and her Rainy River Community College women’s basketball squad face off with Northland at 3:45 Pacific time Wednesday, and the game will be streamed across the internet.

Rainy River is 2-10 on the season, but has won two of its last three games.

Vidoni, a 2015 Coupeville High School grad, is a sophomore at RRCC and plays volleyball, basketball and softball for the Voyageurs.

She’s played in seven of her team’s games this season, rolling up 13 points and 13 rebounds in 80 minutes of floor time.

Vidoni will be starting Wednesday.

To see her in action, pop over to:

http://thecube.com/event/706644

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(John Fisken photo)

   Jacob Martin hears that he’s about to become a YouTube star. (John Fisken photo)

The Wolves are stepping into prime time.

You won’t have to travel to Silverdale Friday to see Coupeville High School clash with Klahowya on the gridiron, as long as you have access to a computer or phone or other electronic doodad.

That’s because the Wolves and Eagles are the game of the week for the Kitsap Sun and will be streamed live out across the internets.

So, bookmark this (or hope I remember to re-post it on Friday):

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