Michael Fisken and Nathaniel Nunez double-team a Sunnyside defender.

Oak Harbor begins team camp / Football

The Oak Harbor High School football team started its annual team camp in Wenatchee this week.

Photographer John Fisken was there to catch the action in Sunday’s scrimmage with Sunnyside, which is coached by Oak Harbor graduate John Lobbestael.

Mac Carr looks for some running room.

Offensive coordinator Mike Fisher, left, and quarterback Jordan Bell discuss the Wildcats’ play.

Brandon McCollough explodes into a block.

Nathaniel Nunez prepares to snap the ball to Jordan Bell.

TJ Passmore cuts up field in search of running room.

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