Coupeville High School state track meet update, Friday, May 27, 8:30 pm
Coupeville High School state track meet update, Friday, May 27, 4:15 p.m.
Coupeville High School state track meet update, Friday, May 27, 2 p.m.
Coupeville High School senior baseball player Cole Payne was named the Olympic League’s 1A Most Valuable Player and three teammates earned first-team honors, the conference announced this week.
The long trip to Cheney for the state 1A track meet will not be as lonely this year for Coupeville High School head coach Randy King.
The Coupeville High School softball team couldn’t sustain its hot start and fell 8-3 to Bellevue Christian in the loser-out, opening round of the 1A District 3 Tournament Friday, May 20, at Tacoma’s Sprinker Fields.
Coupeville junior Valen Trujillo finished third in singles, one place shy of qualifying for the state tournament, at the 1A District 3 Tennis Tournament Thursday, May 19, at Spanaway.
He wanted to hear cheers; now he hears plenty. Coupeville High School senior Abraham Leyva was a defender when he first played soccer years ago. It didn’t take him long to notice that the cheers of the crowd went to those who scored goals.
Slugging 22 hits, including five for extra bases, the Coupeville High School softball team finished the regular season with a 19-14 win at La Conner Monday, May 16.
Coupeville produced 12 champions at the sub-district track meet Saturday, May 14, at Bremerton High School.
The Coupeville High School husband and wife coaching tandem of Brett and Breanne Smedley resigned this week to return home to Vancouver, Wash.
The start and finish to the season were rugged, but the middle was historic. The Coupeville High School baseball team was knocked out of the district tournament with a 6-1 loss to Seattle Christian Thursday, May 12, at Charles Wright Academy.
Unable to climb out of an early hole, the Coupeville High School softball team lost 8-1 at Bellevue Christian Thursday, May 12, in a non-league game.
The Coupeville High School tennis team continued its dominance of the Olympic League by taking first in both singles and doubles at the conference 1A tournament Tuesday, May 10, at Chimacum.
“Ugh,” was Coupeville High School baseball coach Marc Aparicio’s response to the outcome of the Wolves district tournament opener Tuesday, May 10, at Curtis High School.
At the All-Division Olympic League Track Championships at Poulsbo’s North Kitsap High School Saturday, May 7, Coupeville began the postseason by finishing first among the 1A competition.
Powered by goals off penalty kicks, the Bellevue Christian soccer team ended Coupeville’s season with a 2-1 win over the Wolves in the district play-in game at Wildcat Memorial Stadium Thursday, May 5.
Ryanne Knoblich of Coupeville and a member of the Island Flyers put in a solid performance at the Region 1 and 2 Trampoline and Tumbling Championships April 29 in Las Vegas.
The Coupeville High School soccer team will try to keep its season alive when it meets Bellevue Christian in a district tournament play-in game at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 5, at Oak Harbor High School.
The Coupeville High School tennis team put the finishing touches on its second consecutive undefeated conference season with a 4-3 win over visiting Chimacum Wednesday, May 4.