Wolves wallop Cowboys 8-0 / Soccer

Coupeville High School eased into the 2019 soccer season with a one-sided win over visiting Chimacum Saturday, March 9.

Behind a hat trick by Aram Leyva, the Wolves thumped Chimacum 8-0.

“The game went well,” Coupeville coach Kyle Nelson said. “(It was) a good way to open the season.”

Sage Downes tallied twice, and Chris Cernick, Tony Garcia and Derek Leyva all added goals.

The Wolves continue a busy week that includes four matches in eight days when they host Mount Baker at 5 p.m. Monday, March 11.

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