Coupeville drops FHHS in season opener

Defender Mathew Skeels stops another offensive thrust by Coupeville.

Defender Mathew Skeels stops another offensive thrust by Coupeville.

The Wolverines started strong, holding the more experienced Wolves scoreless for the first 16 minutes, but the young FHHS team allowed five goals before the half, before losing 13-1 yesterday.

Friday Harbor scored a couple of minutes into the second half (Conor Lanphere finished a Cameron Byington cross to the right side) to offer a sign of things to come as the Wolverines work to pull it together tomorrow when Meridian comes visiting. Despite the score, our guys were still working hard (that’s sophomore defender Mathew Skeels protecting the ball) late in the game, still looking to score one last goal.

Posted on March 18, 2009 at 5:59 am by

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