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Cole White, out for a stroll. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Run for your closeup.

The Coupeville High School cross country squad hosted, and competed at, the Northwest 2B/1B League Championships Thursday at Fort Casey State Park, attracting fans of all sizes and shapes.

Wanderin’ photographer John Fisken and his cameras were among the onlookers, and the pics seen above and below are courtesy him.

To see everything he snapped, and possibly buy some glossies for Aunt Bertha in Poughkeepsie, pop over to:



Bob Martin keeps things official.

“That way! Go that way!!”

Helen Strelow runs to a league title.

A passing ferry gives chase.

A splash of color, to brighten up the day.

Claire Mayne is in the zone.

The Wolves went 17 runners deep at the league championship meet.

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Jacquelyn and Jacob McCormick are up bright and early for Race the Reserve. (Photos courtesy Wendy McCormick)

Katelin McCormick (left) and Mary Milnes prep swag bags for racers.

Later than normal, but still on time.

With Covid throwing things asunder, the 10th edition of Coupeville’s Race the Reserve moved to Oct. from its customary late-summer date, with runners hitting the trails Saturday morning.

Andy Wyman of Oak Harbor claimed top honors in the half marathon, breaking the tape in one hour, 24 minutes, 37.7 seconds.

He was joined by 10K winner Nicole Moore of Kenmore (40:13.5) and 5K champ Cole White of Coupeville (20:10.3) in bringing home first place.

The event is the primary fundraiser for the Coupeville High School Class of 2022, with money raised going to fund graduation week events.

Below we have local finishers.

So, if you listed Coupeville as your home town, you’re here. If you didn’t, well you should have.


Half Marathon:

James Stellar (5th) 1:37:11.4
Hannah Teminsky (7th) 1:44:45.0
Goose Gordon (12th) 1:51:10.5
Desi Greene (20th) 2:12:43.1
Lark Gustafson (22nd) 2:21:10.8
Amanda Fabrizi (23rd) 2:21:11.6
Lincoln Kelley (27th) 2:40:08.2



Henry Milnes (7th) 48:37.3
Helene Lhamon (9th) 50:36.2
Sean O’Neill (10th) 50:45.4
Elizabeth Bitting (13th) 53:16.1
Christina Jump (17th) 1:00:58.7
Guadalupe Eagleton (25th) 1:10:09.5
Heather Nastali (29th) 1:13:52.5
Jeannie Sandahl (31st) 1:19:51.1
Halston Crites (32nd) 1:21:22.6
Connie Lippo (39th) 1:47:30.8
Justine McGranahan (40th) 1:47:32.5
Katrina McGranahan (41st) 1:47:34.1



Cole White (1st) 20:10.3
Landon Roberts (2nd) 20:47.3
Paige Spangler (12th) 29:25.6
Alana Mihill (14th) 29:52.4
Bree Daigneault (23rd) 33:15.4
John Hughes (24th) 33:18.6
Jonathan Carroll (31st) 36:51.4
Jacquelyn McCormick (38th) 40:37.0
Jacob McCormick (39th) 40:38.1
J. Dotson (40th) 40:46.6
Travis Dotson (41st) 40:47.2
Theresa Sanders (42nd) 40:56.3
Joanne Martinis (43rd) 41:37.4
Rachel Martinez (46th) 42:14.9
Janelle Boer (47th) 43:47.6
Jim Boer (48th) 43:53.9
Dante Muthee (53rd) 55:34.4
Carrie Muthee (55th) 55:48.4
Marisa Croucher (59th) 1:00:03.2
Bianca Terado (60th) 1:00:03.3
Betty Dehaven (61st) 1:00:55.9
Sheila O’Rourke (63rd) 1:06:25.7
Emily Richards (67th) 1:07:37.0
Gaye Rodriguey (68th) 1:07:37.0


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Olivia Schaffeld leads off a collection of Coupeville fall sports portraits. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

A portrait for you, and one for you, and even one for you.

As the fall sports season progresses, we’ve been sprinkling in close-up photos of many Coupeville High School athletes, and today you get a whole batch.

Drawing from all five active Wolf sports teams, they come to us courtesy wanderin’ photographer John Fisken.

To see more of his work, pop over to:



Brian Casey

Leni Raduenz

Cole White

Melanie Navarro

Grant Steller

Hunter Bronec

Amaya Schaffeld

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Logan Downes pushes the ball up-court. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Two gyms, one camera.

Well actually John Fisken usually carries multiple photography devices, but he can only use one at a time.

Suffice it to say he was busy Thursday, bouncing between Coupeville JV and varsity games, with both Wolf squads capturing wins.

To see everything Fisken shot, pop over to:

BBB 2021-06-03 vs MVC – John’s Photos (johnsphotos.net)


Jackie Saia debates which photo to snap next.

Dominic Coffman floats above the riff raff.

Hawthorne Wolfe attacks the defense.

Sage Downes strolls in for the layup.

Daniel Olson elevates into the clouds.

Grady Rickner bombs away.

Cole White sizes up the situation.

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Zane Oldenstadt was one of five Wolves who scored Thursday as Coupeville’s JV boys won their first game of the season. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Hunter Smith is in the fraternity.

The player turned coach won his first game since picking up the clipboard, guiding the Coupeville High School JV boys basketball squad to a 37-21 drubbing of visiting La Conner Thursday night.

After several close calls, the victory lifts the young Wolves to 1-3 on the season.

Smith’s first W came in front of sister Scout, mom Charlotte, and dad Chris, who was the Wolf JV coach until stepping down after last season.

While the former roundball sage was wearing a mask, his smile after the victory came pouring out around the edges.

Meanwhile, the ever-calm Hunter, who rarely betrayed his feelings as he poured in 847 varsity points during his days in a CHS uniform, nodded (slightly) and moved on with his night.

His young charges bolted out to a 10-4 lead against La Conner, with Jonathan Valenzuela pouring in five points in the first quarter.

After a pair of close frames, with Coupeville taking the second 7-6, before La Conner claimed the third 9-8, the Wolves put the win on ice.

The fourth quarter was Cole White time, with the freshman guard pouring in eight of his game-high 13 points during a game-capping 12-2 run.

Fellow frosh Logan Downes, making his first JV appearance of the season, added nine points, while Valenzuela (7), Dominic Coffman (6), and Zane Oldenstadt (2) also scored.

Not only did Hunter Smith nab the win, but he also emulated his father in working his roster like a seasoned pro, getting floor time for 14 players.

Andrew Williams, Mikey Robinett, Ryan Blouin, Nick Guay, Alex Wasik, Narciso Lopez, Nathan Ginnings, Quinten Simpson-Pilgrim, and William Davidson all can say they played in the landmark game.

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