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Softball action has returned to Whidbey Island little league fields. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Batter up, and cameraman to the ready.

Little League softball has returned to a diamond near you, and wanderin’ photo snapper John Fisken is usually on the scene to capture the action.

The pics above and below, from a recent clash between Central and North Whidbey, are courtesy him.

To see more, and possibly buy some mementos, pop over to:

SB 2021-04-30 CWLL Minors vs NWLL – John’s Photos (johnsphotos.net)


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“Let’s see your high, hard cheddar, son!” (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Fire up the fastballs, and charge up the cameras.

Baseball is back on little league diamonds, and its sweet siren call lured in wanderin’ photo man John Fisken, who offers up the snaps seen above and below.

To view everything he shot, and possibly buy some glossies for grandma, pop over to:

BB 2021-05-01 CWLL Minors vs NWLL – John’s Photos (johnsphotos.net)


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   Joey Lippo whispers a little prayer to the tennis gods, pre-serve. (John Fisken photos)

   CHS cheerleaders (l to r) Jesse Hester, Claire Mietus and Maggie Crimmins dropped by to root on their classmates.

   It’s still hot ‘n hazy outside, but CHS tennis coach Ken Stange knows winter is coming, so he’s keeping his beard game strong.

Jakobi Baumann goes low to rip a winner.

International superstar Mckenzie Meyer, on her way to rule the world.

The CHS tennis squad, small in numbers, big in talent.

John Fisken was a busy man Tuesday afternoon.

With multiple sporting events to hit in two towns, the intrepid photographer had little time to waste.

Get in, click, and get out, was his mantra.

Thankfully for us, before hitting the wild smorgasbord of events going down in Oak Harbor, he swung by the Coupeville High School tennis courts to catch the season opener.

The photos above are courtesy him.

Best way to repay him? Pop over to his site and purchase a glossy pic or two.

It’ll make grandma happy when she gets a photo of the grandchild, and it’ll make Fisken even more likely to return to Cow Town.

Plus, a percentage of each purchase comes back via college scholarships for CHS student/athletes, so, circle of life and all.

To see everything he shot, pop over to:


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   Wolf super buddies Lauren Grove (left) and Lindsey Roberts are here to save the day. (Dawnelle Conlisk photo)

Just a man and his watermelon, cruising through life. (Deb Smith photo)

   The future is now, as fab frosh Mallory Kortuem (left) and Maya Toomey-Stout show off the first of likely many state meet medals coming their way. (Beth Stout photo)

Speed demons, frozen in time. (Stout photo)

Jacob Smith (938) hurtles for the line. (Stout photo)

   “Sunscreen and hats, man … sunscreen and hats!!” Mckenzie Meyer lays down the law to the parent section. (Smith photo)

Ariah Bepler stands guard over the CHS tent. (Stout photo)

   All around her is chaos, but The Gazelle remains hyper-focused. Always. (Stout photo)

The 1A state track and field meet wrapped Saturday, but you don’t have to let go just yet.

Thanks to pics snapped by Wolf moms Deb Smith, Beth Stout and Dawnelle Conlisk, you can take a trip back to Cheney from the comfort of your couch.

So crank up the AC, scroll through the photos and feel the Eastern Washington heat oozing out of every glossy frame.

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Joey Lippo (John Fisken photos)

Joey Lippo leads the charge. (John Fisken photos)

Steven Cope

Steven Cope leans into the final shot of his high school hoops career.

Brian Shank

   Brian Shank gets smooched by the Sad Coyote (I mean Wolf…) as he drops in a bucket.

Hunter Smith

   Bellevue Christian drew blood, but a bandage couldn’t slow down Hunter Smith, who knocked down a game-high 29 points.

It was their swan song.

Thursday night was the final time the Coupeville High School boys basketball squad played in its home gym, and the final time wanderin’ camera-clicker John Fisken will darken the doorway of the same establishment this season.

The Wolves put up a valiant, but losing, effort in a playoff loss to Bellevue Christian, while the paparazzi defied odds and stayed for the entire game.

The pics above are courtesy Fisken.

To see all of his work (purchases fund college scholarships for CHS student/athletes) pop over to:


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