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.
The Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association selected Coupeville senior Josh Bayne as their 1A Athlete of the Week.
It was a going away party for coach Tony Maggio, and Josh Bayne and his Coupeville High School football teammates made sure it was an eventful bash.
Coupeville's Aaron Curtin earned his second straight trip to the state 1A tennis tournament by placing second in singles in the second day of the District 3 tournament Friday, Oct. 31, at the Lakewood Racquet Club.
Vashon Island defeated the Coupeville High School soccer team 3-0 Saturday, Nov. 1, at Kingston High School in the first-round of the District 3 tournament.
The Coupeville High School football team's high-speed offense was stuck in the mud at Concrete as the Lions whipped the Wolves 52-22 Friday, Oct. 31, in a nonleague game.
Julia Myers was lonely last night, and, in this case, that was a good thing. The Coupeville High School goalkeeper, helped by a suffocating defense and ball-control offense, touched the ball once in the Wolves' 3-0 win over Port Townsend Thursday, Oct. 30, at Mickey Clark Field.
Coupeville singles player Aaron Curtin won twice at the District 3 1A tennis tournament at the Lakewood Racquet Club Thursday, Oct. 30, to reach the finals.
The Port Townsend High School volleyball team defeated host Coupeville 3-1 Thursday, Oct.30, claiming one of the three allotted Olympic League playoff spots and bringing an end to the Wolves' season.
Even if Coupeville High School wins its 5 p.m. home soccer match with Port Townsend tonight (Thursday, Oct. 30), it will not get to host a first-round match in the district tournament, according to coach Troy Cowan.
The Coupeville High School soccer team will be seeking more than revenge when it hosts Port Townsend at 5 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30, in the regular season finale.
If the Coupeville High School volleyball team wants to continue its season into the playoffs, it will need to defeat visiting Port Townsend at 5 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30, in the last regular season match of the season.
Coupeville's Aaron Curtin and Sebastian Davis finished 1-2 in singles in the Olympic League 1A tennis tournament Monday, Oct. 27, at Chimacum High School.
The Klahowya volleyball team found heavier resistance than it most likely expected at Coupeville Monday, Oct. 27.
Coupeville High School's 4-0 loss in soccer to visiting Klahowya Monday, Oct. 27, included a bad news/good news scenario, according to coach Troy Cowan.
It was thrilling. It had big plays and critical mistakes. I had gutsy calls and poor decisions. It had bone-crunching tackles and whiffed blocks. It had timely precision and dropped passes. But, however you add it up, what ever equation you use, it stills equals a loss for the Coupeville High School football team.