Posts Tagged ‘Katie Marti’

Chloe Marzocca leads off a collection of CHS softball portraits. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Never too late for portrait day.

The Coupeville High School JV softball squad wraps its season this Saturday with games at Blaine, but first, photos!

Edie Bittner

Camryn Clark

Alondra Cruz

The squad hangs out with coach Katrina McGranahan.

Jada Heaton

Maya Nottingham

Candace Meek

Katie Marti

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Katie Marti gets feisty. “I will drop three-balls on your head all night, son!” (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Time to begin some spring cleaning.

Both Coupeville High School girls basketball teams have ended their seasons, but I still have a fair number of photos which haven’t run.

So, here’s nine of them, all shot by John Fisken.

To see more of his work, and possibly purchase some glossies for Grandma Gertie in Glendale Heights, pop over to:



Ja’Kenya Hoskins defies the laws of gravity.

Carolyn Lhamon would prefer it if you would get your dang grubby hands off her basketball.

Wolf managers Leni Raduenz (left) and Jayden Varljen run this joint.

Reese Wilkinson, ready to rain down pain.

Brooklyn Thayer rumbles down low.

Maddie Georges, queen of drawing the offensive charge.

Jada Heaton dares you to try and take the basketball. “I got two elbows for you right here! Check one! Check two!!”

Skylar Parker pushes the ball upcourt.

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Katie Marti scored 10 points Friday as Coupeville’s JV rolled to a road win. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Yodnum Nakakul achieved the American dream.

The always-upbeat foreign exchange student tossed in her first bucket of the season Friday, becoming the 15th player to score for the Coupeville High School JV girls basketball team.

Sparked by Nakakul’s basket — and a whole lot of other ones, as well — the Wolves romped to a 46-19 win at Friday Harbor.

The win lifts Coupeville to 3-3 in Northwest 2B/1B League play, 3-7 overall.

The Wolf JV closes its season next Thursday, Feb. 10 with another road trip, this one to La Conner.

Friday night Coupeville claimed the lead early and never let up.

Katie Marti dropped in a quick four points right out of the gate, and the Wolves ran away with a 9-2 lead after one quarter of play.

From there the Wolves stretched the margin out to 18-5 at the half, then 31-11 heading into the final frame.

Coupeville spread its offense out, led by Marti, who banged in a game-high 10 points.

Mia Farris and Desi Ramirez-Vasquez each added eight points, with Madison McMillan and Skylar Parker raining down five points apiece.

Kayla Arnold (4), Bryley Gilbert (2), Nakakul (2), and Brooklyn Thayer (2) rounded out the attack, with Edie Bittner and Reese Wilkinson also seeing floor time for the Wolves.

Marti made the nets jump, nailing a trio of three-point shots, while Parker also connected from long distance, dialing up a shot from the ferry parking lot.

Bryley Gilbert and associates wrap their season next week.

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Katie Marti would like a word with the manager. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

The squeak of shoes mixed with the click of the camera.

Three of Coupeville High School’s four basketball teams played Wednesday, with wanderin’ photo clicker John Fisken in attendance to record events.

The pics above and below are courtesy him, but there’s a lot more to see.

To view everything Fisken shot, and possibly purchase some glossies for gram and gramps, pop over to:







The Marauding Murdy boys, Xavier (left) and Alex, team up to play lock-down defense.

Brooklyn Thayer lines up a shot.

Quinten Simpson-Pilgrim finds an opening in the defense.

Jada Heaton prepares to pull the trigger.

Desi Ramirez-Vasquez has the inside track on a loose ball.

Hurlee Bronec powers his way to the paint.

Wolf seniors (l to r) Logan Martin, Caleb Meyer, Xavier Murdy, Grady Rickner, and Miles Davidson enjoy a moment together.

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Katie Marti, a star on and off the hardwood. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

It’s the other action.

While basketball games play out on the court, wanderin’ photographer John Fisken also snaps life in the stands, as seen in the pics above and below.

To take a gander at all the intrepid paparazzi has to offer, pop over to:


Wolf athletes (left to right) Kylie Van Velkinburgh, Nick Guay, and Audrianna Shaw support their classmates.

The CHS cheer squad hits the floor for a halftime show.

Soccer ace Lauren Marrs visits her old stomping grounds.

Van Velkinburgh is joined by Ryan Blouin (left) and William Davidson.

Scoping out the competition.

The Quinten Simpson-Pilgrim fan club keeps an eye on their man.

Look closely, and you can hear the roar of the Wolf student section.

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