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Girls basketball finishes 8th in state

Junior Lucy Young dribbles up the court through a Rogers defender in round one of state. The Vikings advanced with a 65-54 overtime victory.

Caden Frank, Sports Editor

March 7, 2019

The girls basketball team’s last visit to the state tournament was four years ago, and on Feb. 14, they had a chance to return. However, heading into the half they trailed Lake Stevens 33-29. Senior Jenna Troy said this game, in particular, was her favorite game of the whole season. “It was a must-win...

Athlete features

Quentin Moore jumps over another player at the 2018 homecoming game against North Creek. Moore described this moment as “his favorite highlight of the season.”

Caden Frank and Minita Layal

March 7, 2019

Jenna Troy takes her talents to Central by Minita Layal As one of the top contributors to the success of the basketball program in recent years, senior captain Jenna Troy has an average of 15.8 points per game in the 29 games she has played this year and has been playing on the school team ever si...

New unified bowling program offers unique bonding opportunities

Kaitlynn Worthen and Alexander Running talk about their memories and experiences on the team. They said they liked how it gave them the chance to focus on getting better and interacting with others.

Aditi Jain, Feature Editor

March 7, 2019

Getting a strike was, according to participant and freshman Alexander Running, his favorite memory. “It’s hard for me to aim the ball sometimes, and the fact that I actually got a strike,” Running said, “that filled me with more joy than winning a competition ever could.” The new unified bowl...

Original music with local origins

Original music with local origins

Jocelyn Ayenew, Shannon Hong, Rachel Lawson, and Evelynn Li

March 7, 2019

Jenny Xiong: Composer by Evelynn Li alking into the band room, you can hear the playful notes of a silver flute or the soft yet passionate musical tones of a piano. When junior Jenny Xiong played around on her family’s piano at only three years old, she developed an acutely strong desire to learn ...

Students perform at annual WMEA contest

Five of Inglemoor’s senior flutists competed as a quintet named Inglemoor HS Flute Choir on Saturday, March 2. Winning the
Northlake regional in the Large Woodwinds category, they will be moving on to the final state competition on April 26. From left to
right: Beatrice Duchastel de Montrouge, Rachel Chang, Alexandra Reed, Evelynn Li and Anna Li.

Nicole Turtle, Copy Editor

March 7, 2019

On March 1-2, the band and orchestra players once again participated in the annual Solo and Ensemble competition. This two-stage competition allows musicians from across the state to perform — either in “ensembles” or individually — classical pieces to judges, who then provide feedback on the...

Artists at Inglemoor

With 60 seconds to come up with a plot and resolution, sophomores Izzy Guyer and Daisy Held improvise a scene during their weekly improv practice.

Shannon Hong and Evelynn Li

March 7, 2019

Daisy Held by Shannon Hong Every year until the age of six, sophomore Daisy Held saw “Twas the Night” at Studio East in Kirkland with her family. When she was seven, Held and her sister, Inglemoor graduate Lillybeth Held, decided to audition despite neither of them having any acting experience. “With ...

Senior builds robots outside of school

Jones works on the scoring mechanism on this team's robot before the FTC State Championships on March 17.

Madeline Nguyen, Reporter

March 7, 2019

On his robotics team, senior Evan Jones holds many titles. These include “Minister of Propaganda” because of his involvement in the team’s engineering notebook and “Head of Espionage” because of his role as a scouter at their competitions. Jones is on a FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) robotics t...

All bathrooms receive vape sensors

Campus Supervisor Rick Calhoun holds a new Vape Sensors, soon to be placed in every bathroom school-wide.

Rachel Lawson, Managing/News Editor

March 7, 2019

Three vapor sensors that can detect vape clouds, cigarette smoke, marijuana smoke and noise escalation were installed on March 4 in various bathrooms around the school. Inglemoor is the first school within the district to employ this technology, and the school Technology Department expect them to become...

News Briefs: March 2019

News Briefs: March 2019

Janick Gold, Reporter

March 7, 2019

Local Volunteers jump to the aid of stranded Northshore families After a record-breaking snowstorm stranded many low-income Northshore families in their own homes, Superintendent Dr. Michelle Reid and a group of volunteers took matters into their own hands. In the early hours of Feb. 11, Northsh...

Cheeky Alpha: Puzzle Page

Cheeky Alpha: Puzzle Page

Miles Gelatt and Olivia Sasson

March 7, 2019

Disclaimer: Nordic does not condone sleep deprivation and in fact recommends full winter hibernation. The collective hive-mind that is Cheeky is very tired and hope Scandia knows we love them #plsloveustoowe’relonely. We at Cheeky are sorry.

Sleepless in school

Many students aren’t getting enough sleep, which can affect their health and academic performance.
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Stephanie Dossett and Sonya Sheptunov

March 6, 2019

According to the National Heart, Blood, and Lung Institute (NBHLI), teens aged 13-18 are recommended to get 8-10 hours of sleep per day. We collected data from a poll of 348 students about the average hours of sleep they get every night and 46.6 percent said they get 7-9 hours of sleep. However, 49.1...

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