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Mason Grove comes around to tap home Friday as Coupeville wins its fourth-straight game. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Wolves (l to r) Lucy Sandahl, Ashley Menges, and Lindsey Roberts drop by to cheer on their classmates.

CHS alumni Hope Lodell and Kyle Rockwell venture back onto school grounds.

Gavin Knoblich gets down with his bad self.

First-base coach Mike Etzell runs away to join the soccer team.

Heidi Roberts (left), Sarah Meyer (center), and Mckenzie Meyer get a little bit rowdy.

The Wolf brain trust ponders in-game strategy.

Spoiler: he said yes. Sandahl and Daniel Olson are Prom-bound.

The weather held up, and so did the cameras.

Despite some splatters of rain in the early going Friday, the Coupeville High School baseball squad was able to get a complete game in, waxing visiting Sultan 14-4.

And, despite having to dodge a bit of liquid sunshine, and deal with some mid-game wind, local paparazzi John Fisken was able to merrily snap away for the full 2.5 hours.

The photos above, a mix of in-game and out-of-game action, are courtesy him.

To see everything Fisken shot (and possibly purchase some glossies, while helping fund scholarships for CHS student/athletes), pop over to:


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Learn it, live it, love it. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Izzy Wells slaps a two-run single back up the middle.

Darren Crownover broadcasts to the USA, while Kelly Crownover debates having some words with the ump if he doesn’t pull his head out of his rear.

Sarah Wright does her best to frame the pitch.

Rally caps sprout up in the Wolf dugout.

Ron Wright enjoys his afternoon on the prairie.

Coral Caveness squares up, moments before dropping a bunt single.

Every day, every moment, is an opportunity to excel.

That’s a key part of the commitment poster Coupeville High School softball coach Kevin McGranahan┬áhas posted on the team’s dugout.

Monday afternoon his team responded, storming back from a three-run deficit in the bottom of the seventh, before toppling Cedar Park Christian in extra innings.

Local paparazzi John Fisken also lived up to the poster, clicking away across both the varsity and JV games, and delivering unto us an assortment of glossy pics.

To see everything he shot, pop over to:


And, as always, a percentage of any purchases goes to fund scholarships for CHS student/athletes.

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Freshman outfield ace Hawthorne Wolfe, who had a strong day defensively Friday, charges in to retreive a ball. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Ulrik Wells goes low to snag a hot bouncer.

Morgan Pease gives the thumbs up after big bro Jake clobbers a key RBI double.

Matt Hilborn deals.

The prairie was alive with various sounds Friday afternoon.

Bats hitting baseballs. Fans roaring. And the steady click-click-click of John Fisken’s camera.

The energetic paparazzi moved to and fro as Coupeville’s big win over arch-rival South Whidbey played out, and the pics seen above are courtesy him.

To see everything he shot, pop over to:


And remember, a percentage of all sales goes to help fund scholarships for CHS student/athletes.

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“Get in mah glove!!” Mollie Bailey is not in the mood for any shenanigans. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Coral Caveness beats the snot out of the softball.

Chelsea Prescott unleashes a cannon disguised as her arm.

Veronica Crownover wins the race to first base.

Sarah Wright comes up firing.

Scout Smith snaps off the high, hard cheese.

It was an auspicious return.

Back from spring break, the Coupeville High School softball squad smashed arch-rival South Whidbey 18-1 Tuesday, and we have the photos to prove it.

Hard-working man with a camera John Fisken bounced between two events in Cow Town, capturing pics of girls tennis and softball, and some of his best work on the diamond can be seen above.

To take a gander at everything the constantly-clicking paparazzi snapped, pop over to:


And, if you should purchase some glossies when you find yourself on his site, know that you’re helping others, as a percentage of all sales goes to help fund scholarships for CHS student/athletes.

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Shane Losey comes up firing at third, zipping his throw between the pesky raindrops. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Hawthorne Wolfe sends the baseball back in the direction from which it arrived.

Wolf catcher Gavin Knoblich dares someone to run on him.

The rain falls mainly on the plain … except when it falls on the lens.

Battling the elements Monday, enterprising paparazzi John Fisken managed to keep his cameras clicking between the raindrops, and the pics above are courtesy him.

To see everything he shot, pop over to:


And remember, a percentage of any purchases goes to help fund scholarships for CHS senior student/athletes.

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