Posts Tagged ‘Jackie Saia’

Lily Leedy has spirit. Do you? (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

The games wouldn’t be the same without the fans.

Sure, they’d still be played, but as proven by a contest or two last season when Covid restrictions barred rooters, it would be awfully quiet.

The pics above and below, courtesy John Fisken, are the exact opposite of that.

Look closely and you can practically hear the roar of the crowd through their images.

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Adyson Morales digs in at the state tourney. (Jackie Saia photos)

They fought to the last swing, and the last click of the camera.

The Whidbey Island All-Star juniors softball squad claimed a district title, then finished fourth at state despite missing key players with injury and illness.

Along the way, team mom Jackie Saia (whose daughter, Teagan Calkins, was on fire at the plate) snapped away, and the pics above and below are courtesy her.

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“Slap it on there, son! I got dingers to go hit, and games to win.” (Jackie Saia photos)

The hits keep coming, and so do the photos.

The Whidbey Island All-Star juniors softball squad returns to action Monday night at the state tourney in Vancouver, playing their third game in as many days.

Along for the ride is Inferno mom Jackie Saia, who provides us with the pics seen above and below.

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Gravity has no hold on Alex Murdy. (Jackie Saia photos)

Jackie Saia is the superwoman of Coupeville athletics.

A teacher and Wolf mom, she also clicks a steady stream of photos for the CHS yearbook, which she oversees.

Plus, she lets me use said photos for free, which makes her a saint.

The pics above and below, which come to us courtesy one of the hardest-working women in Central Whidbey, capture Wolf boys basketball beating Mount Vernon Christian last week.

Bask in the afterglow.

Miles Davidson (in black) and Logan Martin multitask.

Sage Downes swoops and scoops.

Mikey Robinett stays hydrated (and camera-ready).

Xavier Murdy dances a basketball ballet.

The Wolf bench gets excited.

Daniel Olson whispers, “Take a picture, it’ll last longer,” then banks home a runner.

When you just made Mount Vernon Christian cry sweet, sweet tears.

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Allie Lucero gets defensive. (Jackie Saia photos)

The photos rain down as fast as the wins.

As the Coupeville High School softball squad rolls through an undefeated season, there have been frequent visits to the diamond by camera-wielding paparazzi.

One of the best of those lens lovers is Jackie Saia, who provides us with the photos above and below.

Allison Nastali comes up firin’.

Bella Whalen whispers a prayer for the softball she’s about to demolish.

Elisa Caroppo (left) and Ivy Leedy enjoy an afternoon on the chilly prairie.

Lacy McCraw-Shirron fires the ball back in.

Maya Lucero, ready to get medieval on the ball.

Chelsea Prescott slaps the tag on an incoming runner.

Audrianna Shaw hits third gear.

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