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Lucy Sandahl leads off a final batch of CHS volleyball portraits. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Jessica Ross-McMahon

Willow Vick

Krimson Rector

Zoe Trujillo

Wolf juniors (l to r) Kylie Chernikoff, Maddie Vondrak, and Chelsea Prescott.

Emma Mathusek

We’ve got time for a little more face time.

While the Coupeville High School volleyball season has come to a close, I still have a handful of portraits which I haven’t run yet on the blog.

So, some light reading for your Friday morning.

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Willow Vick, here competing in the javelin in an earlier meet, set a PR Thursday in the discus. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Logan Martin (right) also set a personal best in the discus, as Coupeville High School track and field competed in an eight-team meet at King’s.

They rose to the occasion.

Competing at an eight-team meet Thursday at Woolsey Stadium in Shoreline, the Coupeville High School track and field squad came away with four wins and 21 PR’s.

The Wolves finished third in the girls team standings, and fourth in the boys, while host King’s claimed both team titles.

South Whidbey, Bellevue Christian, Grace Academy, Mount Vernon Christian, La Conner and Shoreline Christian rounded out the field.

Leading Coupeville were individual winners Mallory Kortuem (400), Danny Conlisk (400), Jean Lund-Olsen (100) and Ryan Labrador (shot put).

Emma Smith (shot put), Lund-Olsen (200), Koa Davison (high jump), Lindsey Roberts (100 hurdles and high jump), and both girls relay teams claimed 2nd place finishes.

Coupeville gets right back at it in two days, hosting a meet Saturday at Mickey Clark Field. Things kick off at 11 AM.


Complete Thursday results:



100 — Ja’Kenya Hoskins (13th) 14.26 *PR*; Mikaela Labrador (24th) 15.74 *PR*

400 — Mallory Kortuem (1st) 1:02.29

800 — Lucy Sandahl (9th) 2:45.71

1600 — Catherine Lhamon (4th) 6:08.82; Sandahl (5th) 6:09.02; Alana Mihill (7th) 6:35.48 *PR*

100 Hurdles — Roberts (2nd) 16.06; Ja’Tarya Hoskins (11th) 21.89

4 x 100 Relay — Ja’Kenya Hoskins, Ja’Tarya Hoskins, Kortuem, Roberts (2nd) 52.75

4 x 200 Relay — Roberts, Kortuem, Ja’Tarya Hoskins, Ja’Kenya Hoskins (2nd) 1:51.42

Shot Put — Emma Smith (2nd) 30-11; Aurora Cernick (12th) 20-04; Megan Behan (15th) 18-09

Discus — Willow Vick (9th) 66-00 *PR*; Smith (10th) 65-07; Cernick (15th) 60-01 *PR*; Behan (25th) 45-01

Javelin — Behan (10th) 65-04 *PR*; Cernick (14th) 59-00 *PR*; W. Vick (16th) 58-00; Mihill (19th) 50-10 *PR*; MLabrador (20th) 44-01 *PR*

High Jump — Roberts (2nd) 4-10 *PR*

Long Jump — M. Labrador (13th) 12-06 *PR*



100 — Jean Lund-Olsen (1st) 11.43; Lucious Halstead (15th) 12.92 *PR*; Chris Ruck (20th) 13.15 *PR*

200 — Lund-Olsen (2nd) 22.96 *PR*; Danny Conlisk (3rd) 23.26; Halstead (10th) 26.47 *PR*; Ruck (22nd) 27.99

400 — Conlisk (1st) 50.63; Tiger Johnson (10th) 58.39 *PR*

Shot Put — Ryan Labrador (1st) 39-03; Keahi Sorrows (3rd) 36-11; Chris Battaglia (6th) 36-00; Brian Casey (15th) 31-04; Logan Martin (15th) 31-04; Elijah Okaruru (24th) 26-07 *PR*

Discus — R. Labrador (5th) 101-02; Sorrows (6th) 100-10 *PR*; Battaglia (7th) 99-04; Martin (10th) 94-05 *PR*; Casey (22nd) 77-05 *PR*; Okaruru (29th) 64-07

Javelin — Battaglia (5th) 124-06; Okaruru (34th) 65-03; Casey (35th) 62-03

High Jump — Koa Davison (2nd) 5-07 *PR*

Long Jump — Ruck (13th) 14-08

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Freshman Kylie Van Velkinburgh and the Coupeville JV volleyball squad played strongly Saturday at a tourney in Oak Harbor. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

No fear.

Playing against much-bigger schools Saturday, the Coupeville High School JV volleyball squad more than held its own at a tournament in Oak Harbor.

The Wolves, repping one of the smallest 1A schools in the state, went spike-to-spike with rivals from larger classifications, ultimately winning five of nine sets.

CHS finished second in pool play, sweeping two sets from 2A Cedarcrest, while splitting sets with 3A Marysville Pilchuck and 4A Mount Vernon.

Advancing on to the single-elimination championship bracket, the Wolves pushed 4A Kamiak to the brink before bowing out in a hard-fought three-set rumble.

“Good tournament for the JV,” said Coupeville coach Chris Smith. “Overall good play from our team.”

Lucy Sandahl, Zoe Trujillo, Maddie Vondrak and the rampaging Vick sisters, Raven and Willow, carried the team on their back, but Smith was able to give quality floor time to everyone in uniform.

Anya Leavell and Abby Mullholland split time at middle while Jaimee Masters and Abby Meyers shared time at libero.

Kylie Van Velkinburgh and Ivy Leedy pulled duty on the front row, with Noelle Daigneault firing away from the service stripe.

The stat sheet was fairly balanced, with Trujillo (16 kills, nine digs and seven aces), Sandahl (36 assists, 15 aces) and Vondrak (15 kills, 6 digs) topping the charts.

Raven Vick whacked seven kills and went low for eight digs, while Willow Vick accumulated four kills, three digs and six aces.

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   Sophomore sensation Raven Vick (right) hangs with Wolf super mom Dawnelle Conlisk Wednesday at a track meet in North Mason. (Photos courtesy Conlisk)

   Waiting for the ferry on a beautiful early spring day (you know, back in that time before a rainy winter returned).

Abby Parker finds her inner bliss.

Coupeville track parents are always up for a road trip.

Lauren Bayne enjoys her day.

In our modern, go-go world, we expect everything super fast.

Maybe I’ve been spoiled, but with high school track teams using Athletic.net to post their results in recent years, I’ve grown used to stats popping up almost as soon as the meet is done.

Not so this week, as Coupeville’s trek to North Mason Wednesday for a four-team meet continues to go unreported.

The word on the street is the hosts had $55,000 in timing equipment — and yet, here we sit, an ungodly 24 hours after said meet (I know, I know…) without a whisper of a word on the results.

Athletic.net currently shows a whopping four guys from Port Townsend in the 400, and that’s it.

While I self-righteously say, “Boo,” some track pics to keep your mind off the greatest injustice since … well … that last time I got self-righteous.

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   After missing last year with an injury, Kyla Briscoe (front) returns to play alongside teammates like Payton Aparicio. (John Fisken photos)

Beth Stout (left) and Lisa Toomey swing by the gym to cheer on daughter Maya.

Your 2017 CHS varsity spikers.

Wolf junior Ashley Menges sends a set skyward Saturday during jamboree play.

Mikayla Elfrank’s fan club came prepared.

Coupeville’s JV spikers are ready for their close-up.

   Lauren Rose sat out the jamboree as she recovers from a run-in with an especially vicious picnic table.

Aparicio brings the thunder.

Shenanigans are afoot.

Willow Vick launches the attack.

It’s as close to home as they’ll be for awhile.

The Coupeville High School volleyball squads open with four straight road matches this season, and don’t play in their home gym until Sept. 26.

But Saturday they made the trip for parents and fans a bit shorter, just rambling 10 miles down the road to Oak Harbor for a jamboree.

While there the Wolves faced off with old school rival Darrington and the host Wildcats, and photo man John Fisken snapped a gazillion (or more) pics.

After you peruse the 10-pack of snap shots above, there are still many, many more to see (and buy).

Pop over to the links below and remember, a portion of your purchase price goes to fund scholarships for CHS senior student/athletes.



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