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Desi Ramirez leads off a collection of CMS girls basketball portraits. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Taylor Brotemarkle

Katie Marti

Skylar Parker

Madison McMillan

Chloe Marzocca

Allison Nastali

Jada Heaton

Kaitlyn Leavell

No games, but plenty of pictures.

It’s a week until the next Coupeville Middle School girls basketball game, but you can fill at least a little bit of that time by perusing a set of Wolf portraits shot by John Fisken.

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Issabel Johnson leads off a collection of CMS girls basketball pics. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Taylor Brotemarkle looks for an open teammate.

Grey Peabody

Coupeville’s Level 1 squad, which opened with a big win.

Lauren Marrs ponders launching a long three-ball.

Kassidy Upchurch

Brionna Blouin gets a bucket in the paint.

Lyla Stuurmans prepares to drop some rough ‘n tumble old-school defense on anyone foolish enough to challenge her.

A new season dawns.

The Coupeville Middle School girls basketball program kicked off the 2020 campaign Thursday, and wanderin’ paparazzi John Fisken was there to capture the action.

The pics seen above are courtesy him, but are just a small portion of all he shot.

To see everything captured by his camera, and possibly purchase some memories, pop over to:

https://www.johnsphotos.net/Sports/Coupeville-Basketball-2019-2020/MSGBB-2020-02-06-vs-Northshore-Christian/

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New season, new uniform, same big hoop dreams for Lyla Stuurmans and friends. (Corinn Parker photo)

Basketball is booming in Coupeville.

The middle school girls basketball season officially kicked off with the first day of practice Tuesday, and the gym was overflowing with 27 eager players.

CMS coaches Alex Evans and Fred Farris will guide the Wolves through a 10-game schedule which begins Feb. 6 with home games against Northshore Christian.

Those 27 players will be divided between three teams based on skill level, with 7th and 8th graders mixed.

The roster may ebb and flow a bit between now and opening night, but after two practices, these are the young women who have committed themselves to the hoops lifestyle:

 

8th:

Kayla Arnold
Brionna Blouin
Issabel Johnson
Kaitlyn Leavell
Lauren Marrs
Allison Nastali
Alena Osborne
Skylar Parker
Grey Peabody
Desiclali Ramirez-Vasquez
Reese Wilkinson

 

7th:

Gabriella Becktell
Aubrey Blitch
Taylor Brotemarkle
Mia Farris
Bryley Gilbert
Jada Heaton
Katie Marti
Chloe Marzocca
Madison McMillan
Pamela Morrell
Lyla Stuurmans
Shayla Town
Kassidy Upchurch
Devika Vogelsang-Puente
Savina Wells
Aby Wood

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Brionna Blouin fires up a serve. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Wolves (l to r) Katie Marti, Mia Farris, Lyla Stuurmans, Laila Wenzel, and Taylor Brotemarkle enjoy their day in the gym. (Sherine Wenzel photo)

The gym was jumpin’.

Playing a tough, large-school foe in visiting Lakewood, the Coupeville Middle School volleyball squads put up strong effort Wednesday, but couldn’t come away with any wins.

The home CMS triple-header, held at the same time and a hallway away from a high school triple-header, marks the midway point in the 10-match middle school season.

How Wednesday played out:

 

Team 1:

Coupeville’s top squad fell 25-12, 25-17, 15-5, and sits at 0-5 heading into a match Saturday at South Whidbey.

Katie Marti and Savina Wells kick-started the Wolf attack, with their team winning seven points each on their serve, while Mia Farris (6) and Olivia Schaffeld (5) were also strong.

Rounding out the service winners were Lyla Stuurmans (3), Chloe Marzocca (3), Taylor Brotemarkle (2), and Grey Peabody (1).

 

Team 2:

The Coupeville team with the best won/loss record made it close, before falling 25-15, 25-13, 17-15.

With the defeat, the middle squad falls to 3-2 on the season.

The Wolves won eight points off of Madison McMillan’s serves, while picking up six apiece when Issabel Johnson, Laila Wenzel, and Kaitlyn Leavell put the ball in play.

Also scoring were Brionna Blouin (4), Jada Heaton (4), Aby Wood (4), Allison Nastali (3), Skylar Parker (1), and Ava Mitten (1).

 

Team 3:

Again, the third set was the hardest-fought, with CMS coming up on the wrong side of a 25-16, 25-10, 15-11 afternoon.

With the loss, Coupeville’s third squad sits at 1-4.

Bailey Thule had the biggest day for any Wolf server on any team, picking up 10 points for her team, while Hayley Thomas (8), Gabriella Becktell (5), and Jackie Contreras (4) were hot on her heels.

Rounding out the scoring were Jones Walther (3), Oktober Frost (2), Kassidy Upchurch (2), Bryley Gilbert (1), and Maryah Love (1).

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Grey Peabody is one of 31 Coupeville Middle School volleyball players ready to kick off the season. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

One week until they’re unleashed on the world.

The spike-happy Coupeville Middle School volleyball players, who go 31 deep, open a new season Monday, Sept. 23 on the road in Granite Falls.

Two days later, the spikers make their home debut against King’s, and the 10-match season is well underway.

One change from previous years is the Wolves won’t play as separate 7th and 8th grade squads this time around.

Instead, there will be three teams (Levels 1, 2, and 3), with each team a mix of players from both grades.

CMS coaches Erin Locke and Sarah Lyngra will lead the following players:

 

7th Grade:

Gabriella Becktell
Taylor Brotemarkle
Kaylee Clark
Mia Farris
Oktober Frost
Bryley Gilbert
Jada Heaton
Katie Marti
Chloe Marzocca
Madison McMillan
Lyla Stuurmans
Bailey Thule
Kassidy Upchurch
Samantha Webb
Savina Wells
Laila Wenzel
Abi Wood

 

8th Grade:

Brionna Blouin
Jackie Contreras
Emma Garcia
Issabel Johnson
Kaitlyn Leavell
Maryah Love
Ava Mitten
Allison Nastali
Skylar Parker
Grey Peabody
Desi Ramirez
Olivia Schaffeld
Hayley Thomas
Jones Walther

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