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Hawthorne Wolfe gives the refs some help. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Make some noise.

That’s the goal Tuesday night, as the Coupeville High School girls basketball team hosts Auburn Adventist Academy in a loser-out playoff game.

Tip-off is 5:15 PM, with the La Conner boys playing Auburn in the 7 PM slot.

The winners advance to face off with the La Conner girls and Coupeville boys, respectively, in Thursday’s District 1/2 title bouts.

To get an idea of how Wolf fans have responded to their call to duty this season, take a gander at the pics above and below.

They come to us courtesy John Fisken, and you can see more of his work by popping over to:



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Hawthorne Wolfe, rockin’ the finest in prairie fashion. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Don’t come a-knockin’ if the stands are a-rockin’.

Fan support for Coupeville High School basketball teams has been strong this season, even with Covid protocols dictating masks on most faces in the gym.

In between on-court action at recent Wolf girls hoops games, wanderin’ photo whiz kid John Fisken caught a fair amount of action going down in the stands, and these pics are courtesy him.

So, put your phone down, and make some noise!

The joint’s not fully rocking until Wolf super fans Kylie Van Velkinburgh (left) and Bella Velasco are in the stands.

The Brooklyn Thayer fan club, on the verge of getting rowdy.

And then a fashion shoot broke out.

CHS Vice Principal Leonard Edlund, possibly up to shenanigans.

Skylar Parker’s rooting section is having a grand ol’ time.

Mckenna Somes (third from left) has some constructive criticism for the refs.

Did Caleb Meyer (red shorts) throw Wolfe across the gym? Maybe, maybe not.

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Dan the Man – the five-star janitor who makes the CHS gym sparkle. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)


With both varsity Coupeville High School basketball teams posting winning records this season — including the Wolf boys being a flawless 11-0 — the stands have been packed.

Even living in the Age of Coronavirus, with mask requirements in place, locals and off-Islanders alike have shown up for games.

When he’s not clicking action pics, wanderin’ photographer John Fisken often swings his camera towards the stands, as you can see in the photos above and below.

Mike Etzell (left) debates strategy with Rusty and Donna Bailey.

Their sign game is on point.

Wolf cheerleaders get ready to get loud.

Coupeville Athletic Director Willie Smith, perhaps pondering anniversary gifts for wife Cherie, checks in with daughter Megan.

Welcome to Murdy Country, where hoops hotshots Xavier and Alex bring out the fans.

The benevolent rulers of Murdy Country – Sandi and Jim.

Erin Straub (left) and Courtney Simpson-Pilgrim bask in the glow of an undefeated season.

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Katie Marti, a star on and off the hardwood. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

It’s the other action.

While basketball games play out on the court, wanderin’ photographer John Fisken also snaps life in the stands, as seen in the pics above and below.

To take a gander at all the intrepid paparazzi has to offer, pop over to:


Wolf athletes (left to right) Kylie Van Velkinburgh, Nick Guay, and Audrianna Shaw support their classmates.

The CHS cheer squad hits the floor for a halftime show.

Soccer ace Lauren Marrs visits her old stomping grounds.

Van Velkinburgh is joined by Ryan Blouin (left) and William Davidson.

Scoping out the competition.

The Quinten Simpson-Pilgrim fan club keeps an eye on their man.

Look closely, and you can hear the roar of the Wolf student section.

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Allie Lucero waits for some action to break. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Survive the bleachers, get your photo snapped.

The seats in the Coupeville High School gym are notoriously hard — or at least that’s what my tender derrière has to say on the matter.

That being said, Wolf fans still show up, and wanderin’ photo clicker John Fisken is likely to snap pics of them when they do, as shown in the images above and below.

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