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Lucy Sandahl flies down the backstretch Saturday while running the 10K at Race the Reserve. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Fellow CHS senior Gavin Knoblich dodges raindrops while pulling in volunteer hours.

The runners surge from the starting gate.

Sophie Sandahl cruises by.

Emma Somes protects her noggin from the liquid sunshine.

Michael Sandahl hands out awards (and smiles).

Mary Conlisk zips across the same track brother Danny competed on during his high school days.

Nikolai Lyngra hits the jets as the finish line beckons.

Wolf volleyball superstars Maya Toomey-Stout (left) and Emma Mathusek spend some quality time together.

Back on the Island and back at work.

After spending a chunk of time bouncing around America in an RV, searching for inner truth and such, wanderin’ paparazzi John Fisken returned to Coupeville Saturday morning.

Calling him like a siren song was the 2019 edition of the annual Race the Reserve, a five-race event which raises money for the next graduating class from Coupeville High School.

Dealing with a sudden onslaught of liquid sunshine in the early morning hours, Fisken kept the camera hummin’, and the pics seen above are a taste of what he shot.

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Landon Roberts digs down deep to find a few extra MPH on his fastball. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Stealing bases when the other team isn’t looking is kind of our thing.

“Just the way I taught him!”

“Ehhh, it’s kinda cold and slimy down here…”

“I have to wash those pants??!?”

Spoiler alert: John Rachal hit the ball pretty darn far on this swing.

“My big brother can throw harder than your big brother. Just you wait…”

“Oh, it’s true. Prepare to taste hot death, my friend!”

Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night stays the paparazzi from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.

So John Fisken dodged the many, many raindrops Wednesday in Oak Harbor to snap pics as the District 11 baseball tourney played out across multiple fields at Windjammer Park.

The photos above capture the only game we really care about here in Coupeville, the one in which Central Whidbey swatted Sedro-Woolley 10-1.

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Chase Anderson eyeballs the action from behind home plate. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Pitching under blazing summer skies, Landon Roberts kicks the heat up a notch.

John Rachal fires the ball back in.

Camden Glover slaps the tag down at third, blunting a South Whidbey rally.

Playoff fever rages across the diamond.

The District 11 Majors all-star baseball tourney kicked off Monday at Oak Harbor’s Windjammer Park, and runs through the end of the week.

At stake in the six-team, double-elimination rumble is a ticket to the state championships, and action of that sort is likely to attract the attention of the paparazzi.

Monday’s opener between Central and South Whidbey proved this, as John Fisken was seen lurking around the edges, snapping pics under the blazing early-evening sun.

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As CWLL Majors softball nears a district title, coaches Kim Brotemarkle and Fred Farris ponder strategy. “She’s going left, she always goes left.” (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Title clinched and mom is out of the dugout and in pursuit of daughter Taylor.

“Come here, you!!”

“And you’re mine!”

When the chase is on, always bet on mom.


The pics above showcase Central Whidbey Little League softball coach Kim Brotemarkle celebrating with daughter Taylor after the Hammerheads won the District 11 title.

But first she had to catch the little rascal.

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Jada Heaton is ready to rake. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Mia Farris pulls in the final out, as Central Whidbey wins the District 11 Majors softball title.

Chloe Marzocca gets a pep talk from Kim Brotemarkle.

Izzy Wells gives injured lil’ sis Savina a ride back to the car.

Brionna Blouin stands tall behind the plate.

Ice cream cups in hand, Christi Messner makes a run for the exit.

Allison Nastali dares the softball to avoid her bat.

A hard-hittin’, slick-fieldin’, high-hard-cheddar-tossin’, league-title-winnin’ band of softball sluggers.

They are the champions of the world.

Or of District 11, at the very least.

The Central Whidbey Little League Majors softball team sits at an impressive 17-2 on the season, with a district title in hand, and a ticket to the state tourney in its possession.

To top it all off, we present the pics above, shot by John Fisken.

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