CHS hoops claims top honors

The Coupeville High School boys’ basketball team, which advanced to state, got noticed.


Special to the News-Times

Dominant on the floor, dominant in the voting.

The Coupeville High School boys’ basketball team, which shared a league title, claimed a Bi-District crown, and advanced to state, got noticed.

When Northwest 2B/1B League coaches voted this week, they tabbed four Wolves, and head coach Brad Sherman, for honors.

Senior Logan Downes, who became his program’s all-time leading scorer, was a slam dunk choice as league MVP.

Also honored were sophomore Chase Anderson and seniors Cole White and Ryan Blouin.

Sherman, who has taken Coupeville to the state tourney twice in the past three seasons, was tabbed as Coach of the Year, while Concrete received the Best Sportsmanship Award.

First-Team All-League:

Chase Anderson – Sophomore – Coupeville

Ivory Damien – Senior – La Conner

Lucas Millenaar – Junior – Mount Vernon Christian

Brayden Pedroza – Junior – La Conner

Joe Stephens – Sophomore – Orcas Island

Second-Team All-League:

Lucas Bieghler – Senior – MVC

Adam Culver – Senior – Concrete

Chris Gustafson – Senior – Friday Harbor

Remy Lago – Junior – Orcas Island

Cole White – Senior – Coupeville

Honorable Mention:

Ryan Blouin – Senior – Coupeville

CJ Edwards – Junior – La Conner

Corran Eisen – Junior – La Conner