Posts Tagged ‘Ivy Leedy’

Coupeville second-baseman Heidi Meyers pops up, ready to terminate the hapless runner. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Audrianna Shaw frames the pitch, then wills the ball into her mitt for a strike.

Ivy Leedy rips a base-knock.

If looks could kill, Kylie Van Velkinburgh would be on death row for murder.

Abby Meyers gets low to field a hot chopper.

Shaw goes medieval on the ball, dumping it deep into the outfield for a triple.

No softball shall escape Heidi Meyers. Ever.

Ivy Leedy puts some zing on the pitch.

Lily Leedy gets down with her bad self, beating the throw to third and working on her yoga poses at the same time.

Home-made pizza was waiting at home, but camera clicker extraordinaire John Fisken put in some work first.

The ever-wandering paparazzi didn’t stay for the entire four-hour-plus Coupeville High School JV softball doubleheader Thursday, but he made it well past the halfway point.

That proved to be enough time to snap a ton of snazzy pics, some of which can be seen above.

To peruse everything he shot, and possibly purchase some glossies for the mantle, pop over to:


And remember, a percentage of all sales goes to fund scholarships for CHS senior student/athletes.

The rest goes for quality pizza toppings, so that’s good, as well.

Read Full Post »

Coupeville’s Ivy Leedy whiffed three hitters Monday in her high school pitching debut. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Every journey starts with the first step.

For Ivy Leedy, that meant picking up the ball and storming into the pitcher’s circle Monday, where she made her high school pitching debut, whiffing three Cedar Park Christian hitters in as many innings.

And for Tariana Hunter, it meant taking the field for the first time, and once there, eking out a walk and hurtling around the base-paths like a seasoned pro.

While the Coupeville High School JV softball team fell 14-1 to a more-seasoned CPC squad, the lessons learned were invaluable.

From Leedy’s grace under fire, after just a single week of working as a pitcher, to Hunter’s go-go spirit, to Morgan Stevens, who made a great catch in left, then immediately turned around and ripped a single, the young Wolves impressed their coaches.

Now 2-2 on the season, the JV returns to action with a home game Thursday against Oak Harbor, then hits the road for a doubleheader Saturday in Port Angeles.

Facing off with an Eagles team which had a fair sprinkling of varsity players in its lineup, Coupeville came away with three hits and five walks.

Chloe Wheeler, Mckenna Somes, and Stevens delivered base-knocks, while Heidi Meyers walked twice.

Also getting aboard thanks to sharp eyes at the plate were Wheeler, Hunter, and Abby Meyers, who all drew free passes from the sometimes-wild CPC pitcher.

Amanda Thomas and Kylie Van Velkinburgh rounded out the Wolf roster, holding down right field and first base, respectively.

Read Full Post »