All-American honors earned by Coupeville High School graduate Hunter Hammer highlighted the athletic efforts of local graduates competing in collegiate spring sports this year.
It's hard to imagine a better way for the North Whidbey Little League 9/10 softball team to start its district tournament, and a tougher way for Central Whidbey to begin its.
The Oak Harbor 13/14 Babe Ruth baseball team, which also includes seven players from Coupeville, fell twice in the district tournament last week at Burlington's Rotary Park and was eliminated.
One of the reasons 2011 Coupeville High School graduate Andre Stone didn’t play football for the Wolves was because of the risks involved. Now, ironically, he is aiming to help curb football head injuries.
The Whidbey 11/12 Little League softball all-stars mounted a late comeback but ran out of time in a 13-5 loss to host Anacortes in the District 11 championship game Tuesday, June 23.
After defeating South Skagit 10-6 Monday, June 22, the Whidbey 11/12 Little League softball all stars will get another shot at Anacortes in the district tournament.
Some of the future pieces of the Coupeville High School volleyball team could be seen at the middle school gym last week.
The Whidbey Island 11/12 Little League all-star softball game lost 9-5 to host Anacortes in the District 11 tournament Sunday, June 21, but made Anacortes work for a win for the first time this year.
The Little League postseason began Saturday, June 20, and the Whidbey Island 11/12 all-star softball team got the local teams off to a resounding start by thumping South Skagit 18-3 in four innings in the District 11 tournament in Anacortes.
For all the baseball stats geeks out there, here is a look at the final Coupeville High School baseball statistics for 2015.
Coach Randy King presented varsity letters to 15 athletes at the Coupeville High School track banquet Wednesday, June 17.
After 19 years at the helm, Willie Smith stepped aside this spring as the Coupeville High School varsity baseball coach. His impact on the community, however, went far beyond the white lines of Robert Sherman Field.
Seniors Josh Bayne and Aaron Curtin and junior Makana Stone, Coupeville High School's Athletes of the Year for 2014-15, are, obviously, good athletes.
Coupeville High School seniors Aaron Trumbull and Julia Myers received the OlympicLeague.com Scholar-Athlete Awards for 2014-15.
Coupeville senior Aaron Curtin capped off his high school athletic career by placing eighth in the state 1A tennis tournament Friday and Saturday, May 29 and 30, in Yakima.
A third-place finish in school-record time in the 4x200 relay highlighted the Coupeville High School track team's efforts on the final day of the 1A state meet at Eastern Washington University in Cheney Saturday, May 30.
For the most part, Friday was a good day for the Coupeville High School track team at the state finals in Cheney.
Three Coupeville High School soccer players earned first-team, all-league honors, the Olympic League announced Thursday, May 28.
Christine Fields, a senior at Coupeville High School, earned her third top-10 finish in four years at the state 1A girls golf tournament at Pasco's Sun Willows Golf Course Wednesday and Thursday, May 27 and 28.
The Coupeville High School baseball team will be represented by four players at the district all-star feeder game Wednesday, June 3, at Bellingham's Joe Martin Stadium.