Posts Tagged ‘John Fisken photos’

Wolf cheerleader Ella Bueler stalks the perfect pic. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

The Hawthorne Wolfe fan club gets vocal.

Phil Renninger commands the floor.

Where the action starts.

CHS band director Jamar Jenkins fires up the drum set.

The most-experienced scorer’s table staff in the biz.

CHS girls hoops guru Scott Fox (back) swaps tales with longtime coach turned Whidbey News-Times Sports Editor Jim Waller.

Former CHS volleyball stars Ashley Menges (far left) and Maya Toomey-Stout (second from right) discuss life.

Sometimes the real action is what happens between plays on the court.

Photographer John Fisken stays busy, even when the players on the court are taking a momentary pause, and the pics above capture those supplementary moments.

From cheerleaders moonlighting as paparazzi, to band directors sitting in for their drummers, to friends and former teammates reconnecting, it’s all part of the tapestry of CHS sports.

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Gavin Knoblich plays big under the basket. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Alex Murdy fires a pass.

Deb Sherman gives some grandma love.

Dominic Coffman probes the defense.

Cody Roberts looks to dish.

CHS grads (l to r) Barbi Ford, Sherry Roberts, and Aimee Bishop still rule the gym.

Hawthorne Wolfe delivers another bucket.

Nick Armstrong slashes to the hoop.

Three games, two courts, eight photos.

We’re distilling Monday’s Coupeville High School boys basketball games down to that concise measurement.

The pics you just perused come to us from wanderin’ paparazzi John Fisken, but are just a small part of what he snapped.

To see everything he shot, and possibly snag some glossies for Gram and Gramps, pop over to:


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Alex Murdy comes in like a hot knife, slicing through the defense. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Koa Davison hits pay dirt with a sweet hook shot.

Coupeville C-Team players await their moment.

Gavin Knoblich lets fly.

Chris Cernick bangs down low.

Xavier Murdy dances to the hoop.

The cameras were busy.

Wanderin’ paparazzi John Fisken ended up down in Langley Friday and delivers a medley of action-packed pics from Coupeville’s boys basketball rumbles with South Whidbey.

The snaps seen above are courtesy him, but there’s much more available.

To see everything his cameras captured, and possibly buy some gifts for Gram and Gramps, pop over to:


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Hannah Davidson is here to deny you! (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Chelsea Prescott fires up the jets.

Abby Mulholland keeps her eyes on the prize.

Kylie Van Velkinburgh (30) and Davidson get caught in a tangle.

Gwen Gustafson rolls hard to the hoop.

Can’t catch Avalon Renninger, can’t beat the Wolves.

The action was hoppin’, and the camera was clickin’.

The Coupeville High School girls basketball teams invaded Langley Friday, rolling to a varsity win while dropping a razor-thin decision in the JV game.

Also making the trip down Island was wanderin’ paparazzi John Fisken, who left his Oak Harbor home behind for a night of hoops.

The pics above are courtesy him, but are just a smidge of what he snapped.

To see everything Fisken shot, and possibly purchase some glossies, pop over to:


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Raven Vick lays down a funky beat. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Lindsey (left) and Sherry Roberts, the only mother/daughter combo to have both won CHS Female Athlete of the Year honors.

Gabe Shaw plays a merry tune.

Kylie Van Velkinburgh’s fan club gets ready to get loud.

Sylvia Arnold (left) and Barbi Ford, possibly up to shenanigans.

Time to blow the roof off this place.

One set of bleachers, many emotions.

Wolf cheerleaders Sofia Peters (back) and Emily Fiedler kill time before their performance.

“When we’re in high school, we’re gonna rock this joint!”

The noise shall return.

Coupeville’s ongoing battle with snow has kept its high school gym fairly quiet this week.

That will change next week, barring any surprises from Mother Nature, when live basketball returns.

The Wolf boys welcome Cedar Park Christian to town Monday, January 20, then return to their home floor Saturday, Jan. 25 to face Port Townsend.

Both affairs are reschedules of games denied by weather, the former thanks to snow, the latter to wind.

While you wait to once again camp out on the rock-hard CHS bleachers, a look at those who might be joining you.

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