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.
Taking a huge step toward securing a postseason berth, the Coupeville High School soccer team trimmed host Chimacum 3-1 in a shootout for a 1-0 win Thursday, Oct. 23.
The Coupeville High School volleyball team knocked off Chimacum last week, but the Cowboys evened the score with a 3-1 win over the visiting Wolves Thursday, Oct. 23.
The Coupeville High School football team can get some revenge, earn a playoff spot and celebrate homecoming with a win over Klahowya Friday night.
It was a Bayne-ful experience for the Chimacum football team. Coupeville running back Josh Bayne shredded the Cowboys for 306 rushing yards -- including a 95-yard TD romp on a broken play -- and scored six touchdowns in the Wolves' 57-14 win at Chimacum Friday, Oct. 17.
Coupeville played shorthanded against one of the state's best 1A teams Saturday, Oct. 18; regardless, coach Troy Cowan was impressed with his team's effort in a 5-0 loss at first-place Klahowya.
Coupeville High School picked up its first win of the volleyball regular season with a 3-1 victory over visiting Chimacum Thursday, Oct. 16.
The Coupeville High School tennis team completed a three-match season sweep of Chimacum with a 7-0 win in Port Townsend Thursday, Oct. 16.
Producing its best offensive performance of the season in the Olympic League opener, the Coupeville High School soccer team ripped Chimacum 6-0 at Mickey Clark Field Thursday, Oct. 16.
After playing only one match in 18 days, the Coupeville High School volleyball team jumped back into action with three games in three days -- the first two against ranked opponents.
Klahowya and rain stopped the Coupeville High School Monday, Oct. 13, in Silverdale.
The defending 2B state soccer champions, Crosspoint Academy, defeated Coupeville 7-1 Saturday, Oct. 11, in Bremerton, but the final score is just one of several story lines.
The Coupeville High School tennis team played Chimacum in back-to-back matches, and both were wins for the Wolves.
The first half was a shootout and the second half a shutout for the Coupeville High School football team in its 56-20 loss at Port Townsend Friday, Oct. 10.