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Chris Cernick

Become one with the ball.

That’s a goal chased by numerous soccer players, and Coupeville’s Chris Cernick is no different.

As the former Wolf works on his foot-skills, he puts his efforts on TikTok, both to showcase his own growth and help pass on the tricks of the trade to the next generation.

You can see Cernick at work (and play) in two of his latest videos, which are below.

Or pop over to his TikTok page — Chris Cernick (@chriscernick) TikTok | Watch Chris Cernick’s Newest TikTok Videos — for a full immersion.

 

@chriscernick

Tutorial Thursday, A quick little effective combo with actual match skills designed to improve footwork control and speed. Duet me when you learn it🤙

♬ Originalton – Noel

 

@chriscernick

Best touch you will see all night on repeat😍

♬ original sound – Chris Cernick

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Chris Cernick

Keep it going.

Coupeville High School grad Chris Cernick continues to fine-tune his soccer skills, while also building his following on TikTok.

His latest video, which hit Wednesday, is “probably by far my favorite one to make,” he said.

Take a few moments out of your day and marinate in the movement of the ball, while also getting a look at a variety of Whidbey locales.

 

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Chris Cernick

Back at it, through rain and sleet and snow.

Coupeville grad Chris Cernick continues to work on fine-tuning his soccer skills, regardless of the weather conditions outside.

His latest chills ‘n thrills, courtesy TikTok:

 

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Chris Cernick, back in his CHS days. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Keep on the grind.

Former Coupeville High School soccer player Chris Cernick is documenting his ever-increasing bag of pitch skills, as seen in the new video below:

 

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We only hit bangers🔥! @street_panna rainbow bicycle kick😯 #fyp#foryoupage#rainbowbicycle#bangers#soccerskills

♬ Spotlight – NCK

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Coupeville grad Chris Cernick is using the COVID shutdown to work on his soccer skills. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

The COVID-19 shutdown has been good for Chris Cernick’s soccer game.

The Coupeville grad has spent a considerable amount of time working on his skill set, up to and including making trick shots such as the one seen in the video below.

Cernick has built a strong following on Instagram and other social media sites, showcasing his work.

Now, he’d just like to get another shot at playing in a real game.

“Quarantine has had me improve so much, I can’t wait till I can play for a team off-Island!,” he said.

 

@chriscernick

should this video go viral? comment @overtimefc if you think it should! #fyp#foryoupage#soccer#soccerlover

♬ wasted potential – chillytunees

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