Coupeville Track - Photo by John Fisken
Ja’Kenya Hoskins

Sports back on track for CHS

  • Friday, March 5, 2021 2:25pm
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Coupeville Hight School’s Ja’Kenya Hoskins rounds the track during the season opener Thursday, March 4 at Mickey Clark Field. The Wolves hosted the meet for the Northwest 2B/1B League. Coupeville boys placed third in the meet with 93.33. The girls squad placed fourth with 42.

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