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Sean Toomey-Stout had kick-off returns of 34 and 63 yards Friday in Coupeville’s first game of the season. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Aria Bowen rocks designer specs while Savannah Smith remains a woman of mystery.

Andrew Martin, who led Coupeville’s ground game, churns for yardage.

Volleyball ace Emma Mathusek enjoys a flavor-packed hamburger while trapped in the middle of a sea of humanity.

A gentle prairie breeze ripples the flags on a warm, sunny night.

Gavin Straub (44) and Gavin Knoblich (33) wrap up a RedHawk runner, while Dominic Coffman (45) comes flying in to help.

“Yeah, boy!!!!! That tackle is almost as tasty as my gum!!! Almost…”

Prairie superstars (left to right) Mallory Kortuem, Zoe Trujillo, and Maya Toomey-Stout are ready to get loud in support of their classmates.

Fall sports have sprung, in all their photographic glory.

Coupeville High School’s football team kicked off the 2019-2020 school year Friday, hosting Port Townsend, and the event was big enough to convince John Fisken to drive down from the city to the North.

Cameras at the ready, the wanderin’ paparazzi clicked away through the pre-game action and the first half of play.

The pics above are courtesy him, but are not all that he shot on the night.

To see more, pop over to:


If you purchase any prints while there, a percentage of each sale goes into a fund Fisken uses at the end of the year, when he hands out scholarships to two CHS senior student/athletes.

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   Coupeville High School senior princess Mckenzie Meyer, the pride of Videoville. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

The senior court for Homecoming practices their runway poses.

Payton Aparicio and Hunter Smith lead the parade.

   Senior princess Lauren Bayne gets love from soccer mates Lindsey Roberts (left) and Sage Renninger.

Videoville’s legacy lives on.

My home away from home for 13 years may be no more (psst … not too late for someone to bring it back and start paying me to watch movies again), but its alumni are still making news.

When Coupeville High School announced its 2017 Homecoming royalty Friday, two of the honorees had a connection back to video store life.

Senior princess Mckenzie Meyer is the granddaughter of my former bosses, Frank and Miriam Meyer.

And freshman princess Aria Bowen, though she might have forgotten about it at this point, used to hang out with me behind the video counter as a baby while mom Dea made drinks at Miriam’s Espresso.

The other royalty might not have that Videoville connection, but I guess we can mention their names here as well…

2017 CHS Homecoming royalty:


Payton Aparicio


Hunter Smith

Senior Prince and Princesses:

Lauren Bayne
Mckenzie Meyer
William Nelson
Lauren Rose
Cameron Toomey-Stout
Julian Welling

Junior Court:

Madison Krieg
Josh Robinson

Sophomore Court:

Jered Brown
Mica Shipley

Freshman Court:

Aria Bowen
Michael Laska

Duke and Duchess:

Chad Felgar
Ariana Nielsen

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