Abraham Leyva Elenes was honored as the Player of the Year at the Coupeville High School soccer banquet Thursday, May 21.
Twelve athletes were awarded varsity letters at the Coupeville High School tennis awards banquet Thursday, May 21.
Four Coupeville High School baseball players earned first-team, all-conference honors, the Olympic League announced Wednesday, May 20.
For the second time this year, Coupeville High School's Aaron Curtin finished second in the District 3 singles tennis tournament and earned a trip to the state tournament.
Coupeville High School's Christine Fields is going to the state 1A girls golf tournament for the fourth consecutive year.
The Coupeville High School softball team trailed until the final pitch of the final regular-season game, then senior Hailey Hammer lined a three-run, two-out double to help the Wolves come from behind to defeat visiting La Conner 5-4 Tuesday, May 19, in a nonleague game.
The Coupeville High School softball team helped Meridian celebrate Senior Night with a scrimmage Monday, May 18, in Laurel.
Girl sprinters produced most of the highlights for the Coupeville High School track team at the subdistrict meet in Bremerton Saturday, May 16.
The Coupeville High School softball team dug itself into a deep hole and couldn't recover in an 11-3 nonleague loss at South Whidbey Friday, May 15.
It was a singular day for the Coupeville High School tennis team. The Wolves, taking the top two spots in singles, won the Olympic League 1A championship Tuesday, May 12, at Port Townsend.
Coupeville's Christine Fields won the Olympic League 1A girls golf championship Tuesday, May 12, at Sequim's Cedars at Dungeness Golf Course to complete the first step in her quest top qualify for her fourth consecutive state tournament.
A single run is all Cascade Christian needed to defeat the Coupeville High School baseball team in the opening round of the District 3 1A tournament Saturday, May 9, at Robert Sherman Field, and the 1-0 loss denied the Wolves of another deep run into the postseason.
Coupeville High School juniors Dalton Martin and Makana Stone each earned individual titles at the Olympic League championship meet Saturday, May 9, at North Kitsap High School in Poulsbo.
Charles Wright Academy knocked the Coupeville High School soccer team out of the playoffs with a 5-2 win at University Place Saturday, May 9.
Lifted by a grand slam and a three-run triple by Hailey Hammer, the Coupeville High School softball team concluded conference play with a resounding 20-4 win in six innings over first-place Klahowya Thursday, May 7, in Silverdale.
The state's top-ranked 1A team, Klahowya, finished the regular season undefeated by squeaking by Coupeville 1-0 Thursday, May 7, in Silverdale.
Soon after the Coupeville High School girls basketball team finished its league schedule unbeaten and atop the Olympic League standings, the Wolves tennis team began preparation for its season. Tennis coach Ken Stange, referring to the basketball team's success, asked, "Why not us?"
Results of athletic contests the past two days cleared up, somewhat, the playoff picture for Coupeville High School's spring teams.
After a 1-1 tie through regulation and overtime, host Port Townsend outscored Coupeville 4-2 in a shootout Wednesday, May 6, in the final Olympic League match of the season for both schools.
Securing second place in the Olympic League, the Coupeville High School baseball team defeated mistake-prone Chimacum 8-1 at Robert Sherman Field Tuesday, May 5.