Henry Wynn returns for the Coupeville cross country team this fall. (Photo by John Fisken)

Fall prep preview / Coupeville cross country

Cross country is an unofficial sport at Coupeville High School, but there is nothing artificial about the efforts of its three members.

Senior Henry Wynn and junior Danny Conlisk started the team last year and will be joined by Wynn’s freshman brother, Sam, this fall.

The Wolves will train with South Whidbey of the Cascade Conference and follow the Falcons’ meet schedule until the postseason, when the Coupeville trio will compete in the Olympic League and District 3 meets.

Henry Wynn placed 35th in the Olympic League championship meet and 26th at district last year. Conlisk was injured and did not compete in the postseason.

South Whidbey opens the season with a seven-team meet at Granite Falls at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 6.

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