The Coupeville High School girls basketball team held Friday Harbor to 24 points -- and lost. In a score more fitting for football, the Wolves fell 24-19 to the visiting Wolverines Wednesday, Dec. 17.
One win was significant and the other thrilling as the Coupeville High School girls basketball team swept a pair of games over the weekend.
Klahowya welcomed the Coupeville High School boys basketball team to the Olympic League by edging the Wolves 57-55 in Coupeville Friday, Dec. 12.
The Mount Baker "Emily tandem" took turns terrorizing the Coupeville High School girls basketball team in the Mountaineers' 59-44 win Monday, Dec. 8, in Coupeville.
Mount Baker scored at least 20 points in each of the first three quarters to cruise by the Coupeville High School boys basketball team 78-40 Monday, Dec. 8, in Deming.
Picking up its first win of the season, the Coupeville High School boys basketball team throttled visiting Darrington 72-41 Friday, Dec. 5.
The Coupeville High School girls basketball team defeated Darrington 47-31 Friday, Dec. 5, but couldn't complete at a sweep of weekend home games and lost 52-51 Saturday to Bellevue Christian.
Seven Coupeville athletes compete for the Whidbey Wildcat Wrestling Club, which has participated in four youth tournaments this season.
Season-opening games are generally sloppy, but Coupeville High School girls basketball coach David King was more than pleased with the quality of his team's effort in a 47-23 romp over South Whidbey Tuesday, Dec. 2, in Langley.
The Coupeville High School boys basketball team was outscored by 25 points at the foul line, and that was the difference in a 74-47 loss at South Whidbey Tuesday, Dec. 2.
A Central Whidbey holiday tradition, the Tom Roehl Round-ball Classic, is slated for noon Saturday, Dec. 27.
A 29-3 run that spanned the second and third quarters lifted Meridian to a 68-35 win over host Coupeville High School in the boys basketball opener for both schools.
They paid their dues, now it is time to collect. The Coupeville High School boys basketball team struggled to pick up wins the past three seasons. Young players were forced into varsity action before they were ready because of the lack of talent among the older players, and the results were predictable.
Youth is no longer a concern for the Coupeville High School girls basketball team.
Looking ahead to the winter season, Coupeville High School cheer coach Cheridan Eck said, "We may have a smaller team but we will pack a big punch."
The Coupeville High School athletic teams wrapped up the fall season by presenting letters and special awards.
Tyler King earned All-American cross country honors while helping the University of Washington place 20th in the NCAA Division I championship meet Nov. 22 in Terre Haute, Ind.
Though Coupeville High School football coach Tony Maggio resigned last week after three years directing the program, he won’t disappear from the Central Whidbey athletic scene.
Josh Bayne caught the attention of his Olympic League opponents this season, now he hopes to get the attention of a few college coaches.
Josh Bayne leads a group of 10 Coupeville High School athletes who received 1A Olympic League first-team honors for the fall of 2014.