By DAVID SVIEN
Special to the News-Times
They shoot, you pay, everyone scores.
The Coupeville High School girls’ basketball team is conducting a fundraiser this season based on how many free throws the squad hits in varsity games.
You pledge a certain amount for each successful charity shot, then pay up at the end of the season, once all the numbers are totaled up.
All money raised goes to the Wolf program to help with equipment and supplies.
Fans can reach out to Coupeville coaches or players to get a donation sheet.
Or, if you want to get a jump start on helping out, you can also skip ahead and make a flat donation now by contacting CHS head coach Megan Richter at email@example.com.
For more info, take a look at the handy-dandy photo accompanying this story.
Then, sit back and watch as the Wolves chase the kind of free-throw numbers put up by sharpshooters like Steph Curry and Larry Bird.