Posts Tagged ‘John Fisken photos’

A semi-truck crashed into the Penn Cove Pottery building Sunday morning. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

It’s a magnet for out-of-control vehicles.

For the second time in the last three months, Penn Cove Pottery was invaded by a runaway vehicle, with a semi-truck crashing into the building’s southwest corner Sunday morning.

The driver was pulled out of his truck by passerby, and firefighters responded quickly to put out the fire.

The crash follows on the heels of one in mid-April, when a truck slammed into a wooden building right next to the business, which sits on Penn Cove, at the bottom of a curve.

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Logan Downes looks for an open receiver. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

The Bennett Richter era is underway.

Coupeville High School’s new head football coach made his debut Thursday, as the Wolves traveled to Richter’s alma mater for a five-team spring scrimmage.

Oak Harbor hosted the event, with South Whidbey, Sedro-Woolley, and Inglemoor (led by former CHS coach Marcus Carr) also on the field.

Since my blog is called Coupeville Sports, that’s what we’re focusing on with our selection of pics, but there are plenty of photos featuring the other Whidbey schools.

To take a look at what wanderin’ photographer John Fisken snapped, pop over to:





Oak Harbor:



South Whidbey:



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The sluggers repping Kapaws kick off a series of light-hearted Central Whidbey Little League team pics. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Little league season is going strong, even between the frequent bursts of rain.

On one of those rare non-wet days, wanderin’ photographer John Fisken ended up down in Coupeville, and the photos above and below are courtesy him.

They capture the lighter side of things in between the more-serious team photos.

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Bella Velasco gets her ride ready before Coupeville High School’s seniors hit the road. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

First, they walked on by. Then they drove on by.

A day before graduation, Coupeville High School’s Class of 2022 participated in an assortment of time-honored traditions.

The Wolves, sporting their robes, strolled down to the elementary school, passing through the hallways where many of them got their start.

Then they hit the road for a car parade, before heading off to breakfast.

Along the way photo whiz kid John Fisken snapped the pics you see above and below.

To see what else he captured on a relatively rain-free day, pop over to:



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Golf shots were flying everywhere Saturday, as the Oak Harbor High School athletic department held its annual fundraiser. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Some tee shots, a few divots, and a whole lot of purple.

Whidbey Golf Club was hoppin’ Saturday, as Oak Harbor High School’s athletic department held its big fundraiser for the year.

The event drew a lot of Wildcats, a handful of Coupeville duffers, and wanderin’ photographer John Fisken, who kept his camera clickin’ all day.

To see much more of what he shot, pop over to:



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