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Two dry spells turned out to be the difference in Coupeville High…
The Coupeville High School girls basketball team scored more points in the…
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The new Whidbey Volleyball Club has scheduled a pair of parent/player meetings to answer any questions before team tryouts begin.
The Northwest Board of Basketball Officials is seeking members to referee high school and middle school boys and girls basketball.
Showing no signs of a letdown after being eliminating from playoff contention in its previous game, Klahowya defeated the Coupeville High School football team 45-12 Friday, Oct. 21, in Silverdale.
After finishing the league season undefeated, the Coupeville High School tennis team continued its mastery over conference foes at the Olympic League 1A Tournament Saturday, Oct. 22, in Chimacum.
Klahowya continued its dominance in soccer in the Olympic League, beating Coupeville 4-0 Saturday, Oct. 22, in Silverdale.
The Coupeville High School volleyball team clinched the Olympic League title with a 3-0 win at Port Townsend Thursday, Oct. 20.
Coupeville junior Henry Wynn finished 35th in at Olympic League Cross Country Championships Thursday, Oct. 20, at the Cedars at Dungeness Golf Course outside of Sequim.
A 6-2 win at Port Townsend Thursday, Oct. 20, pushed the Coupeville High School soccer to its seven victory of the season, the most in school history.
The Olympic League leading Coupeville volleyball team put more distance between it and second-place Klahowya with an impressive 3-0 win over the visiting Eagles Tuesday, Oct. 18.
Klahowya tightened its grip on first place in the Olympic League soccer standings with a 5-2 win at Coupeville Tuesday, Oct. 18.
Closing out the regular season, the Coupeville High School tennis team lost a 5-2 non-league match at South Whidbey Tuesday, Oct. 18.
Two record-tying performances were not enough as the Coupeville High School football team lost 34-28 to Bellevue Christian at rainy Lake Washington High School in Kirkland Saturday, Oct. 15.
The schedule for Coupeville High School’s soccer/football doubleheader at Bellevue Christian Saturday, Oct. 15, has changed again.
Because of the threat of stormy weather Saturday night, the starting times for Coupeville High School’s soccer and football games at Bellevue Christian have been changed.
Coupeville’s Henry Wynn placed 23rd in a four-team cross country meet hosted by King’s in Shoreline Thursday, Oct. 13.
It wasn’t a happy Homecoming football game for Coupeville High School — Port Townsend dampened the festivities by blanking the Wolves 57-0 Friday, Oct. 7, at Mickey Clark Field.
Sequim wasn’t very hospitable when three Coupeville High School athletic teams visited Tuesday, Oct. 11.
Running its win streak to five matches, the Coupeville High School volleyball team vanquished visiting Port Angeles 3-0 in a non-league match Thursday, Oct. 6.
Port Angeles took advantage of the wind and Coupeville didn’t as the Roughriders defeated the Wolves 3-1 in soccer at Mickey Clark Field Thursday, Oct. 6.
Coupeville cross country runners Henry Wynn and Danny Conlisk finished 30th and 31st out of 99 runners at an eight-team meet at South Whidbey High School Thursday, Oct. 6.
Clinching its second consecutive Olympic League championship, the Coupeville High School tennis team defeated visiting Chimacum 6-1 Wednesday, Oct. 5.
With a 3-1 win at Chimacum Tuesday, Oct. 4, the Coupeville High School volleyball team remained in first place in the Olympic League with a perfect 4-0 mark.
The Coupeville High School soccer team and Mia Littlejohn keep marching along, this time crushing host Chimacum 7-2 Tuesday, Oct. 4.
Coupeville junior soccer player Mia Littlejohn received the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association’s 1A Player of the Week honor for week four of the fall season.
That was a feel-good win. The Coupeville High School football team blasted Vashon Island 63-32 Friday, Sept. 30, at Mickey Clark Field.