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Student athletes work hard to play hard

Student athletes work hard to play hard

Julian Willnow and Kyra Bilgic

December 1, 2015

Checking the time, senior Tobin Hansen realizes that if he wants to make band roll call on time he has to win his tennis match in under two hours. With the weight of his chaotic schedule resting on his shoulders, he prepares himself for a difficult match. It is moments like this that contribute to the...

Boys soccer finds perfect balance

Boys soccer finds perfect balance

Abby Brook, Reporter

May 21, 2015

Eleven seniors step onto the field for their last regular game of the season. They needed one win to go to playoffs. The second Newport took hold of the ball at least two or three players apply pressure immediately. When the team recovers the ball, it is a quick counter attack with impeccable possessi...

Students paint new mural at Crystal Springs

Students paint new mural at Crystal Springs

Hailey Robinson, Reporter

May 21, 2015

Over spring break, a group of students began work on a mural at Crystal Springs Elementary school. They were first approached about the project by Crystal Springs’ sixth grade teacher Lori Hardwick at the end of last year. The students listened to her talk them through the basics of what she describe...

Boys soccer sets high goals for new season

Boys soccer sets high goals for new season

Hieu Do, Reporter

April 20, 2015

After losing several players to injuries and failing to advance to state last season, the boys soccer team is coming back with a renewed vigor. “[Our performance] last season wasn’t as strong as it could’ve been,” senior center midfielder Rio Alcorta said. “Our team chemistry just wasn’t ...

Robotics takes on FIRST

Robotics takes on FIRST

Caroline Hung, Centerspread Editor

April 10, 2015

From March 6 to 8, 12 members of the robotics club competed at the district FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition at Glacier Peak High School. The team ranked 14th out of 33 schools with the 120-pound robot made of 80/20 extruded aluminum on a $1,063 b...

From want to need for Adderall

From want to need for Adderall

Sunny Hong, Design Editor

April 9, 2015

In a coffee shop in Kenmore, Harold and I sit across from each other. With a Macbook in front of him and a pen in hand, he looks confident and at ease. A steaming cup of coffee sits between us. As I ask my first question, Harold smiles faintly. “Why did you begin taking Adderall?” “Because I wanted to be b...

Improve as a unit, triumph as an individual

Improve as a unit, triumph as an individual

Aaron Huang, Sports Reporter

April 9, 2015

It is easy to be overwhelmed when watching the whirlwind of activity at a track and field meet. There are so many events occurring all at once, and an even greater number of athletes pushing themselves to the limit. Even though large crowds make it difficult for the individual to stand out, it only...

Gallery: Girl’s Basketball comes in second at state tournament

Gallery: Girl’s Basketball comes in second at state tournament

March 9, 2015

Ingelmoor's girls basketball team made it all the way to the state finals in Tacoma. They came second in the state, losing to Gonzaga Prep in the final game.

Girls basketball tops the competition

Girls basketball tops the competition

Natasha Van Damme, News Editor

January 29, 2015

Once again, to no one’s surprise, girls basketball is doing extremely well.  They are currently ranked second in the state. “I am hoping we will win KingCo again, like we’ve done the last few years,” senior Deja Strother said. They have so far met preseason expectations by starting out 12-1 (9-0 King...

With the game on the line

With the game on the line

Aaron Huang, Sports Editor

January 29, 2015

With ten seconds remaining, Bothell guard Hunter Dean goes behind the back and scoops in a left-handed lay-up to give the visitors a 63-62 advantage.  As the Bothell team and fans rejoice, the ball is quickly inbounded in to senior guard Andy Nelson, who sprints down the court. Defenders converge on ...

Acting on Impulse

Acting on Impulse

Cindy Kuang, Feature Editor

January 22, 2015

It’s amazingly chaotic. Out of the 12 members of the improv team known as Inglemoor Impulse, six are seated around a long conference table, doing their best to “remain professional” during the interview. Everyone is talking, and no one is really listening, but the familiarity between these teammates...

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