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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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Show your support for Coupeville athletics. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Ask not what Wolf Nation can do for you; ask what you can do for Wolf Nation.

A new school year approaches, and that means the Coupeville Booster Club is back in business and looking to add to its roster of volunteers.

The club hosts its first public meeting Thursday, Sept. 1 at 6 PM and everyone is invited.

The meeting is set for the health room in the entrance to the Coupeville High School gym — first door on your left as you step through the front door.

You can attend one meeting and never be seen again or jump in and join the movement.

Either way, attending the first get-together is a great way to get a feel for what the group does.

From supplying athletic letters, to making sure athletes have snacks on road trips, to helping CHS coaches purchase new equipment, to maintaining the Wall of Fame in the gym, the booster club is the motor which drives Wolf Nation.

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Coupeville cheerleader Pamela Morrell, ready to get the crowd rockin’. (Morgan White photo)

If you plan it, they will volunteer.

Coupeville High School athletes showed up strong Saturday for Race the Reserve, the biggest fundraiser for the CHS senior class.

Wolf volleyball came with a big crew, but ultimately it was the CHS cheer squad which topped all fall sports teams in terms of total volunteers.

For their efforts, Jennifer Morrell’s cheerleaders captured the “Golden Shoe Award,” and will also snag an assortment of homemade cookies.

CHS volleyball players show off their spirit. (Helene Lhamon photo)

Full of cheer and joy, even early on a Saturday morning. (Helene Lhamon photo)

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Lucy Sandahl dodges raindrops during 2019’s Race the Reserve. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Do it for the thrill of competition.

Do it for the glow of being #1.

Do it for the homemade cookies.

But whatever you do it for, just do it.

With Race the Reserve — the biggest fundraiser for the Coupeville High School Class of 2023 — set for Saturday, Aug. 13, organizers are scrambling to field a full team of volunteers.

They’ve launched a competition between Wolf fall sports teams, with the team with the most volunteers nabbing the Golden Shoe Award and a batch of cookies from acclaimed cook Helene Lhamon.

It’s a royal rumble between volleyball, soccer, tennis, cross country, and football, with a tasty finale.


Volunteers are currently needed for:

Food Team (1)
Parking (3)
Photographer (1)
Race clean-up (9)
Race set-up (2)
Registration (5)
Water at Hill Road (1)
Water at Wanamaker (2)


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Coupeville High School students prep food for sale to hungry Ragnar Relay runners. (Photos courtesy Dina Guay)

Many hands make light the work.

The runners are coming, and so are the fundraising opportunities.

The annual Ragnar Relay, which sends teams from Blaine to Langley over the course of two days and a night, kicks off today.

As the runners descend like locusts on Whidbey, the Coupeville High School Class of 2023 is taking advantage.

Students, parents, and other volunteers will be selling breakfast to participants, with profits going to post-graduation festivities.

The Class of 2023 is also helping flag traffic in Langley from 1:30-8:30 PM Saturday and is still in need of more volunteers.

Completing that task will garner an $850 donation for the CHS students.

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