Posts Tagged ‘John Fisken photos’

Coupeville’s Jaelyn Crebbin pounds down the backstretch Wednesday on her way to a league title in the 1600. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

The hand-off made, the next man up prepares to hit the jets.

DJ Stadler and his turbo javelin prepare to part ways.

   CHS track guru Randy King (left) and Athletic Director Willie Smith (with headset) keep things running smoothly.

Ella Colwell (left) gets words of encouragement from Samantha Streitler.

The track oval is a teeming mass of Wolves just prior to the start of a relay.

Finish line in sight, Aiden Burdge busts a gut.

High above the oval, a lone eagle laps the pack.

Claire Mayne is an oasis of calm in the middle of a hurricane of activity.

The season ended with a bang.

Beautiful, sunny weather. A home track meet. Tons of PR’s and a roving cameraman or two to immortalize the action.

Coupeville Middle School pulled off another successful home meet Wednesday, and this one was a biggie, as it brought seven teams to Cow Town for the league championships.

Wandering to and fro, John Fisken captured the season finale on film, and the photos above are courtesy him.

To see everything he shot, pop over to:


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   Coupeville track coach Randy King celebrates as his athletes tear through the district championships. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Ja’Tarya Hoskins hits the gas between hurdles.

Ryan Labrador enjoys snack time.

   Helene Lhamon (left) plots strategy while daughter Caroline is not sure she approves of the lurking cameraman.

Speedy (l to r) Danny Conlisk, Jacob Smith and Cameron Toomey-Stout celebrate a district team title, the first for the Wolf boys since 2006.

Mallory Kortuem flies the friendly skies to a school record in the pole vault.

   Ariah Bepler spends quality time with (l to r) Lindsey Roberts, Emma Smith, Ashlie Shank and Lauren Bayne.

Bayne takes off in the triple jump … or performs a dance to the sun gods.

The paparazzi lurk everywhere, even Renton.

Traveling off-Island Saturday, wanderin’ camera clicker John Fisken landed at the West Central District 3 track and field championships, where he snapped away as Coupeville competed.

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Coupeville High School baseball coach Chris Smith with the first of eight seniors, Joey Lippo. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Julian Welling

Hunter Smith

James Vidoni

Jacob Zettle

Jake Hoagland

Nick Etzell

Kyle Rockwell

If you thought we were done with baseball, you were wrong.

When Senior Night went down two weeks back, I ran portraits of all eight Wolves who are moving on, but neglected to showcase pics that each player took with CHS coach Chris Smith.

So, here ya go.

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Daniel Olson fires the ball in during warm-ups. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Teamwork at its finest.

   Xavier Murdy comes up firing from behind the plate for Coupeville’s Babe Ruth baseball squad.

The brain trust, hard at work.

“Just try and throw it past me, bud, just try…”

Cody Roberts brings the heat.

The (very bright) future of Wolf softball.

Hawthorne Wolfe sets off a dust storm as he slides in with a run.

He wanders here, he wanders there, camera always at the ready.

Tuesday night the sound of ball hitting bat drew John Fisken to the Coupeville High School ball fields, where he snapped the pics seen above.

The photos capture two Central Whidbey Little League teams, a Babe Ruth squad in action against Anacortes and Majors softball players and coaches in their down time.

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Jenna Dickson leads off our collection of spring sports portraits. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Zach Ginnings

Alex Jimenez

James Vidoni

Mason Grove

Dawson Houston

Ben Smith

Ivy Leedy

Time for a little spring cleaning.

As the season winds down, I’m going through head shots snapped by John Fisken and trying to make sure 99.3% of them get used.

The eight above, covering softball, baseball and boys soccer, are ones that, for whatever reason, had yet to see the light of day.

Before you ask, there are no tennis pics because it’s a smaller team and I already used all their head shots.

And track? It’s a bigger team and no one snapped head shots, so I can’t use something I never had.

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