Coupeville High School's Josiah Campbell, Makana Stone and Madison Tisa-McPhee all secured berths for the finals at the tri-district track meet after the preliminary rounds Thursday, May 16, at King's.
Coupeville High School senior Austin Fields qualified for his third state golf tournament and sophomore sister Christine her second through their efforts at the tri-district meet at Bremerton's Gold Mountain courses Tuesday, May 14.
The Coupeville High School softball team’s offense returned from vacation just in time to help the Wolves pick up a win in the district softball tournament at Sedro-Woolley’s Janiki Fields Friday and Saturday, May 10 and 11.
Four individuals and four relay teams from Coupeville High School qualified for the tri-district track meet after qualifying at the district meet at Lynden Christian High School Friday, May 10.
Coupeville High School's Amanda d'Almeida finished third in the 1A Northwest District tennis tournament Thursday and Saturday, May 9 and 11, at South Whidbey High School, just missing a berth in the tri-district tournament.
Coupeville High School's Austin Fields and Christine Fields both qualified for the tri-district golf tournament with top-five finishes in the district meet at the North Bellingham Golf Club Thursday, May 9.
The Coupeville High School softball team finished conference play with a 4-1 loss at Sultan Thursday, May 9, and will now look to make a run through the district tournament.
Madison Tisa-McPhee recorded the fastest qualifying time in the 100-meter hurdles to lead the efforts of the Coupeville High School track team at the district preliminaries Wednesday, May 8, at Lynden Christian High School.
Hot one day and cold the next. Coming off a 20-hit performance last Friday, the Coupeville High School softball team could manage only two in an 8-0 loss to visiting Granite Falls Tuesday, May 7.
After dropping the first game of the double header 11-2, everyone got involved in Coupeville's 17-8 win in the second game against Archbishop Murphy Friday, May 3, in Everett.
Two 18-year-old cousins are living their long-held dream of spending their senior year together and graduating from Coupeville High School.
Three Coupeville High School track records fell with strong performances by Makana Stone, Madison Tisa-McPhee and the girls relay teams at the Cascade Conference meet at King's Thursday, May 2.
The Coupeville High School baseball team's season came to a screeching halt when the Wolves lost 5-2 to Nooksack Valley in a losers-out district game at Blaine Thursday, May 2.
The Coupeville High School baseball team will need to get over the pain of a frustrating 2-1 home loss to Lynden Christian in the first round of the district tournament in a hurry.
Cedarcrest held onto first in the Cascade Conference softball standings by stopping host Coupeville 7-3 Wednesday, May 1.
The season ended the way it started for the Coupeville High School soccer team, with a 1-0 loss.
After squeaking by Lakewood last week, Coupeville High School tennis coach Ken Stange changed his lineup for the rematch, and the Wolves rolled to a 5-0 win in the regular-season finale in Coupeville Tuesday, April 30.
Coupeville High School baseball team’s 4-2 over Lakewood Monday, April 29, at Robert Sherman Field, thanks in a large part to Josh Bayne, was more than a check in the win column.
Coupeville scored first but the South Whidbey High School softball team scored more often to defeat the Wolves 7-1 Monday, April 29, in Langley.
Coupeville High School track stars Madison Tisa-McPhee and Makana Stone took part in the prestigious 37th annual Lake Washington Invitational track meet Saturday, April 27