Posts Tagged ‘Isaiah Bittner’

Isaiah Bittner is a bad man. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

New week, new opponent.

The high school football season rolls on, and Coupeville’s attention has already turned to East Jefferson, who the Wolves face this Friday in a game in Port Townsend.

But, while CHS game plans, we can take a moment to look back at the game just past, thanks to this collection of photos from John Fisken.

To see everything he shot at the Battle for The Bucket in Langley, pop over to:



Scott Hilborn rambles in for a touchdown.

It’s a pileup at midfield.

Jonathan Valenzuela is off to run wild.

Cameron Breaux, disguised as a ref.

Cole Hutchinson scrambles for precious yards.

Coupeville coach Marcus Carr keeps an eagle eye on his offense.

Hilborn won’t let Erik Haugen get away.

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Tim Ursu looks for room to rumble. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

The pop of pads hitting pads. The click of fingers on a camera.

Those sounds and more could be heard Friday, as Coupeville High School opened a new school year with a home football game against Klahowya.

Along for the ride in the first half was ever-busy photographer John Fisken, who worked the Wolf sidelines, then skedaddled to Oak Harbor High School in time for its gridiron debut.

To see all the action shots Fisken nabbed while camped out in Cow Town, and possibly buy an early Christmas present for grandma, pop over to:



The Wolf line gets ready to explode.

Scott Hilborn heads off on what would turn into a 64-yard TD run.

Exactly the way CHS coach Marcus Carr drew the play up.

Dominic Coffman eludes a would-be tackler.

Daylon Houston mashes the ball.

Isaiah Bittner eyeballs the defense.

Ursu (on top) and Hilborn sandwich a Klahowya runner.

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“Take the shot!” Melanie Navarro, CHS football manager by day, black ops assassin by night. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Football returned, in a hail of camera clicks.

Back on the gridiron for the first time in 17 months, Coupeville High School delivered a nail-biting 6-0 overtime win over visiting La Conner Saturday night.

Along for the ride was wanderin’ photo whiz kid John Fisken, who delivers the pics above and below.

To see everything he snapped, and ponder some purchases for the grandparents, pop over to:

FB 2021-04-10 vs LaConner – John’s Photos


Ben Smith slices ‘n dices the La Conner defense.

No mere mask can hide the majesty of Wolf coach Brett Casey’s beard.

Dominic Coffman gets nasty.

Daylon Houston (10) celebrates after Smith punches in the game-winning touchdown.

Seniors (l to r) Dakota Eck, Alex Jimenez, Sage Downes, and Smith strike a pose.

Freshman quarterback Logan Downes comes out firing.

Isaiah Bittner is a bad, bad man.

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