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Coupeville Middle School basketball stars applaud the idea you might volunteer to help run the Hoopaholics camp next summer. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

It’s the basketball circle of life.

Help out with behind the scenes work at next summer’s Hoopaholics camp, and it will come back to benefit Coupeville basketball programs.

The camp, which brings numerous adult players to Whidbey Island, including U-Dub and NBA legend Steve Hawes, is in its 34th year of existence.

Participants stay at Camp Casey, with games held at the Coupeville High School gym during Father’s Day weekend June 16-18, 2023.

Volunteers are needed to help run the score board, do food prep, and set up.

Donations of cookies, snack mixes, and other homemade or store-bought goodies is also a priority.

Hoopaholics has a strong relationship with CHS basketball, and always makes a financial donation back to aid the Wolf hoops programs.

To volunteer, contact Amy Briscoe at (360) 632-2229.

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With a new cross country season on the horizon, Coupeville Middle School is offering a free summer running clinic. (Elizabeth Bitting photo)

It’s a sneak preview of what’s to come.

Coupeville Middle School students headed into grades 6-8 are invited to participate in a free running clinic which will give athletes and parents a feel for what the upcoming cross country season will look like.

There are actually two clinics available, with one going July 18-20 and the other July 22-23.

Each day’s events will begin at 8:30 AM, using a variety of locations.

The clinics begin at the school track behind Coupeville Elementary School and will conclude with a visit to Fort Casey to walk, then run the middle school cross country course.

“If you have a friend who you think might be interested, invite them to come!” said CMS cross country coach Elizabeth Bitting.

“Parents, grandparents, caregivers are welcome to join and walk/run/jog the same routes,” she added. “I hope to see you soon!”

 

Questions? Contact Bitting at ebitting@coupeville.k12.wa.us.

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It’s a rite of passage.

Summer arrives, and with the advent of (possibly) warmer weather, everyone heads to the pool.

Yes, even in Washington state…

Want your kiddos to know their way around the pool, and be safe whilst splashing?

Take advantage of lessons being offered by the Admiral’s Cove Beach Club, with all the pertinent info to be found in the photo above.

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Helene Lhamon and her crew enjoy Ragnar 2021.

The runners returned.

Whidbey Island once again became a hub for people getting out and putting one foot in front of another Saturday, as the Ragnar Road Northwest Passage 2021 capped its two-day, one-night event.

The trek, featuring teams of runners, started near the Canadian border in Blaine and finished in the wilds of Langley.

The photos above and below are poached from Wolf mom Helene Lhamon, and feature a crew of Coupeville athletes who tore up the course.

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School will soon be out, but the spikes continue for local students all summer.

The Whidbey Volleyball Club is offering open gyms every Sunday from July 11 through August 15.

All ages are welcome, and masks are required.

Each session runs from 1-3 PM at the Oak Harbor High School gym.

Cost is $5 per session or $20 for the entire summer run.

Questions can be directed to whidbeyvolleyball@gmail.com.

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