Bellevue Christian pulled away in the second half to defeat the Coupeville High School boys basketball team 64-45 Thursday, Feb. 11, in the District 3 1A Tournament play-in game.
Smiles and enthusiasm filled the Coupeville High School gymnasium during halftime of the girls basketball game with Klahowya Saturday, Feb. 6, as the junior cheerleaders displayed their boundless spirit.
The evening began with two displays of class, and then Makana Stone and the Coupeville High School girls basketball team proved, when it comes to the Olympic League, they are in a class of their own.
Hunter Smith provided the tuneup the sputtering Coupeville High School boys basketball team needed by drilling a three-pointer at the buzzer to help the Wolves win 54-53 at Klahowya Friday, Feb. 5.
Senior Makana Stone signed a letter of intent during a ceremony at the Coupeville High School gymnasium Friday, Feb. 5, to play basketball for Whitman College next year.
Four periods of strong defense helped make up for two less-than stellar offensive quarters by the Coupeville High School girls basketball team in its 47-24 win at Chimacum Thursday, Feb. 4.
The Coupeville High School boys basketball team will have one more chance to get its ship upright before the postseason begins. The Wolves’ promising season started taking on water several weeks ago. Coupeville lost 68-38 at Chimacum Thursday, Feb. 4, for its fourth loss in the past five games.
Continuing its undefeated conference run, the Coupeville High School girls basketball team won 51-39 at Port Townsend Tuesday, Feb. 2.
The Coupeville High School boys basketball team celebrated Senior Night Tuesday, Feb. 2, but the festivities ended once the game began. Port Townsend took command from the get-go and thrashed the Wolves 80-36.
A comeback 64-60 victory over visiting Klahowya Friday, Jan. 29, cemented a postseason berth for the Coupeville High School boys basketball team.
After going 13 years without winning a conference championship, the Coupeville High School girls basketball team wrapped up its second consecutive Olympic League title by winning 49-33 at Klahowya Friday, Jan. 29.
The 1A Olympic and Nisqually leagues decided to combine for football beginning in the fall of 2016, according to Coupeville High School Athletic Director Duane Baumann.
While the Coupeville High School girls basketball team is aiming for its second consecutive Olympic League championship, senior Makana Stone is reaching several milestones of her own.
The Coupeville High School boys basketball team can get a stranglehold on third-place and a postseason berth with a win over visiting Klahowya at 3:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 29.
Behind a stifling defense, the Coupeville High School girls basketball team smothered visiting Chimacum 29-14 Friday, Jan. 22.
The Coupeville High School boys basketball team missed an opportunity to move into a tie for first place when it fell 67-51 at Port Townsend Friday, Jan. 22.
The Coupeville High School girls basketball team played twice on the road this week, winning the game it needed the most, a 55-28 conference tilt over Chimacum Tuesday, Jan. 19, but losing the chance to pad its resume when it fell 40-32 to eighth-ranked Bellevue Christian Wednesday in a non-conference matchup.
Scoring when it needed to most, the Coupeville High School boys basketball team came from behind for a 72-65 win at Chimacum Tuesday, Jan. 19.
The Stevenson-Coupeville boys basketball game wasn't for the faint of heart. The Wolves prevailed in the heart-thumper, 64-60, Friday, Jan. 15, making the Bulldogs' 260-mile trip back to Southwest Washington a little bit longer.
Based upon the enrollment counts released Thursday, Jan. 14, by the Washington State Activities Association, the Olympic League, Coupeville High School’s athletic conference, will stay the same for the 2016-17 school year.