Posts Tagged ‘John Fisken photos’

   Coupeville’s Chris Battaglia gets medieval on the shot put during Thursday’s Island Jamboree in Oak Harbor. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Hannah Davidson lines up her throw.

Working between two rivals, Wolf speed demon Jacob Smith fires up the jets.

   Freshman Kylie Chernikoff makes her high school track and field debut a successful one.

   Thane Peterson contemplates the state of the universe before flinging his discus into the great unknown.

A day after her birthday Lindsey Roberts gets airborne in the hurdles.

The shoes were tightly tied, the shot puts were flying and the cameras were clicking.

Thursday brought the start of a new high school track and field season, and the presence of all three Whidbey Island schools in one location was enough to draw John Fisken out of hiding.

The camera bug hit the Island Jamboree in Oak Harbor, and the Coupeville-heavy pics seen above are courtesy him.

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And, when you do, remember, purchases fund college scholarships for CHS student/athletes. Circle of life and all.

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   Payton Aparicio eyeballs a pair of noisy fans. “I hear one more peep out of you two and I’m coming up there!!” (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

   “Yeah? I’d like to see you try and … oh crud, Bob, she’s got a ladder! Dear sweet lord in bird heaven!!”

Zara Bradley pounds out a forehand.

   “Where do you think you’re going??” No tennis ball escapes the reach of Sage Renninger.

   “Get on my racket, ball!” Megan Behan uses her Jedi mind tricks to mesmerize the incoming fuzzy yellow target.

   One match into her high school career, and fab frosh Genna Wright is already slapping shots at #1 singles. Her middle name? “Talent.”

Avalon Renninger fires up a wicked serve.

Emily Fiedler floats like a butterfly and stings like a bee.

He was a tad late, but he made up for it by working quickly and efficiently.

There was some confusion among fans as to when Monday’s season-opening Coupeville High School girls tennis match started, making for a few “late stragglers.”

One of those was photo bug John Fisken, but, once he was in place, camera in hand, the lenses were clicking madly.

The shots seen above, which capture a mix of varsity and JV players, are courtesy him.

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And, when you do, remember, purchases help fund college scholarships for CHS student/athletes. Circle of life and all.

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   It’s Opening Day, but James Vidoni already has the beard in mid-season form. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Wolf catcher Gavin Knoblich swaps baseballs (and small talk) with the ump.

Coupeville players hang out in the (surprising) sunshine.

Julian Welling awaits the throw at first.

CJ Smith, a roiling cauldron of emotion.

Shane Losey eyes his next victim.

Nick Etzell goes low to snag a hot grounder.

Opening Day went off without a hitch.

Astonishingly nice weather on the prairie, a big win for Coupeville High School baseball over highly-regarded Lynden Christian, and plenty of glossy pics.

To see everything John Fisken snapped (varsity and JV), pop over to:


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Axel Partida gets his head into the game. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

   The very first fans in the stands at the very first game played in front of Coupeville High School’s new stadium.

Zach Ginnings (and his toasty warm fingers) are ready to rumble.

   Wolf superstars (l to r) Kylie Chernikoff, Genna Wright and Catherine Lhamon enjoy a rare sunny spring day on the prairie.

Hunter Downes sets up the defense…

then goalie Dewitt Cole does all the work.

Two high-flying soccer fans find a comfy perch.

Ben Smith get the ball the heck away from his goal.

The sun was out, soccer balls were bouncing and cameras were clicking.

It was a busy time at the new Coupeville High School Stadium on Saturday, with the Wolves thrashing Olympic in their season opener and wanderin’ photo bug John Fisken clicking away.

To see everything the erstwhile snapper collected, pop over to:


And, when you do, remember, purchases help fund college scholarships for CHS student/athletes.

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   Jillian Mayne is back for another season on the CHS tennis courts. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Emily Fiedler gets limbered up before heading into battle.

   Wolf seniors strike a pose. Back, l to r, are Maggie Crimmins, Heather Nastali, Claire Mietus, Payton Aparicio and Sage Renninger, while Kameryn St Onge holds down the front.

Freshman Jaimee Masters is ready to try a new sport.

Sixteen strong and…

ready to kick some fanny.

Time to swing into action.

With the first match just a week away, the Coupeville High School girls tennis team took a moment out of practice Monday to let wanderin’ photo man John Fisken snap some glossies.

The pics above are courtesy him.

And that first match?

It’s Mar. 12, it’s at home, the foe is Port Angeles and things kick off at 3:15 PM on the CHS courts.

So, now you know, and knowing is half the battle.

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