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“Need a little spooky action?”

“Need a little spooky action?”

Carina Bixby, Cami Brix, and Rachel Lawson

October 31, 2018

Are you overcome with schoolwork or other human obligations, but you need a little Halloween hit? Look no further, for Cheeky knows how you can spook up your daily routine. Happy hunting! • We would suggest that you cut holes in your sheets but we all know you’ve already been ghosted enough this...

Boys varsity tennis advance to district playoffs

Boys varsity tennis advance to district playoffs

Shannon Hong, Web Editor-in-Chief

October 26, 2018

The boys varsity tennis team had a strong season, ending with a 7-2 win-loss record and finishing second place in the conference behind Newport High School. Their performance qualified them for the district playoffs, where they sent nine of their top players to compete and made it to the third round....

UEFA Champions League matchday three recap

UEFA Champions League matchday three recap

Janick Gold and Monserrat Villaseñor

October 25, 2018

The third matchday of Champions League group play concluded Wednesday night with plenty of action, excitement and goals. Here is a rundown of three key matches from this week. • Juventus 1, Manchester United 0 • Borussia Dortmund 4, Atlético Madrid 0 •  Barcelona 2, Inter Milan 0 Ro...

Student hit by car in early morning

Student hit by car in early morning

Cami Brix and Rachel Lawson

October 18, 2018

Junior Nathan Loutsis was hit by a car this morning at around 6:30 a.m. when he attempted to cross at the southeast crosswalk on the corner of NE 157th St and Simonds Way. Loutsis reported that he suffered minor injuries, and he expects to return to school tomorrow. According to a Facebook post by the ...

Letter to the editor: dinosaur cheeky nuggets?

Letter to the editor: dinosaur cheeky nuggets?

Audri Saulters and Sonya Sheptunov

October 17, 2018

Letter to the editor, While I understand that a letter to the editor has certain conventions, I will absolutely disregard them for the sake of this response. The paper is intended to address the lives and needs of the students. Students always complain about being unhappy or stressed. I have a si...

Girls soccer presses on looking toward state

Girls soccer presses on looking toward state

Caden Frank, Sports Editor

October 2, 2018

With the soccer season in full swing, the Lady Viks hold a record of 3-2-3, putting them in a fourth place tie with the Redmond Mustangs. According to head coach Kent Nelke, the team has already made vast improvements to get to that point. “We’ve come a long way since the beginning, but we a...

Slideshow: Vikings come home with victory against North Creek

Slideshow: Vikings come home with victory against North Creek

Ryan Brownell and Caden Frank

September 30, 2018

On Sept. 28 at Pop Keeney Stadium, the Vikings won the homecoming game 21-12 against the North Creek Jaguars. See some highlights of the game by clicking through the slideshow.

Point/Counterpoint: Unweighted vs. Weighted GPA

Point/Counterpoint: Unweighted vs. Weighted GPA

Nicole Turtle and Evelyn Yang

September 27, 2018

A grade point average (GPA) summarizes a student’s academic performance by assigning each class grade to a numerical value (A = 4.0, B = 3.0, etc.) and taking the average of the point total. Some schools, including Inglemoor, use an unweighted grading scale, meaning that the points for a specific gra...

“I want to survive.”

“I want to survive.”

Aditi Jain, Feature Editor

September 23, 2018

“I kept telling myself, I’m going to beat this,” he said. English and new Drama teacher Kevin Bliss took an 18 foot fall headfirst off of an orchid ladder in July of 2017. He spent two and a half weeks in urgent care and two months in a complacent home.   According to him, his doctors s...

Administration and ASB roll out three new club policies

Administration and ASB roll out three new club policies

Rachel Lawson, Managing/News Editor

September 18, 2018

This year, administration and ASB are implementing multiple new club-related policies. The three changes include: the “Black and Gold” club schedule, the procedure of obtaining club passes and the requirement for all posters to be approved by ASB coordinator Elizabeth Kowalski. “Black and Gold” club sche...

Inglemoor Football starts 2-0 for the first time since 2010

Inglemoor Football starts 2-0 for the first time since 2010

Caden Frank, Sports Editor

September 17, 2018

Coming off of a 1-9 record in the 2017 season, the Vikings had a lot of improving to do headed into the new season. Led by head coach Steve Hannan, the team had begun their season long before their first game. “Every Sunday, we were in Seattle playing in 7 on 7 tournaments. I think those tourna...

Link Day 2018

Link Day 2018

Shannon Hong, Web Editor-in-Chief

September 5, 2018

On Sept. 5, incoming freshmen were welcomed to Inglemoor on Link Day, which takes place at the beginning of every school year in order to ease the transition from middle school to high school. Link Crew leaders and staff members guided the Inglemoor newcomers by involving them in activities and taking...

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