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Sportscaster Sean Valley announcing at the Lake Washington versus Juanita baseball game on April 10 at Peter Kirk Park. Photo courtesy of Corky Trewin

Q&A with high school announcer Sean Valley

Maya Cherny (she/her), Feature Editor May 14, 2024

You may not recognize Sean Valley’s (he/him) name, but most students in the Northshore and Lake Washington school districts have heard his voice over the broadcast microphone at stadiums such as Pop...

Track and field coach Kirsten Vesely instructs athletes during jumping drills at practice on April 18.

Athletics move from 4A to 3A: New classification

Inglemoor will move down one classification from 4A to 3A in the 2024-25 school year, as a result of Washington Interscholastic Activities Association classification realignment. The WIAA classifies high...

Junior Samantha Snorsky prepares for a college showcase in Dallas, Texas. Snorsky’s team played 3 games infront of college scouts from
across the country.

A closer look into collegiate athletic commitments

As upperclassmen are transitioning into their athletic collegiate career, the recruiting process is an important milestone for student-athletes as their academic and athletic future relies on the choices...

Ryder Cieri, Charlie Haug, Liam McDonough, Rylan Cranmore, Victor Agbayani, Hunter Wood, Alexander Foley and Jason Zhang row at practice on Lake Washington. The conditions were cold, but the limited wind allowed practice to continue. “We can’t just give up on getting better now. That’s not who we are,” Cranmore said.

Crew rows on despite funding turmoil

Whether it’s during practice or at the starting line of a race, freezing temperatures and heavy rain have never stopped us and our team from rowing. On Jan. 25, Assistant Superintendent and Director...

UW students celebrate a touchdown at a watch party for the national championship game. The watch party was held at Local Point, a restaurant on campus in Seattle.

UW Football concludes their memorable season

This season, the Washington Huskies football team boasted a 14-1 record and the team’s highest win percentage since they were last crowned national champions in 1992. With key players such as Inglemoor...

Point guard Elijah Swearingen throws up a shot against Skyline on Jan. 5. He had four rebounds, two assists, one steal
and one block.

Boys basketball bounces back

At the time of writing, the boys basketball team is currently on track to make it to this year's playoffs, which starts on Feb. 1. The team is currently ranked seventh in KingCo with a 6-12 record. Compared...

Diving into team spirit

Diving into team spirit

Annabelle Yip (she/her), Reporter Jan 6, 2024

In the realm of school sports, where roster numbers can dictate team success, the Inglemoor Boys Swim and Dive team makes waves despite having a smaller team. The team consists of just 15 swimmers, many...

Jaden Perez poses for the camera as he pins his opponent in a half-nelson.

Wrestlers grapple with cutting weight

On average, high school wrestlers lose four to six pounds in the days leading up to a match, according to a study conducted by the American College of Sports Medicine. This cycle repeats over the course...

(From left to right) Head coaches Christian Hanna, Steve Hannan, Jason Metcalf-Lindenburger and David Wood pose with Athletic Director Kealey Stanich (middle) after the first girls’ flag football information meeting on Nov. 9.

Girls’ flag football touches down for winter season

This year, Inglemoor introduced a new winter sport: girls flag football. Flag football has been on the rise since the announcement that it will be a sport at the 2028 Summer Olympics. Athletic Director...

Junior Broden Griner spotting Junior Jacob Lubatti’s deadlift during Hannan’s 7th period weights class outside of the athletic training room. Griner was acting as a spotter to prevent injuries while cross-training.

Path to recovery for injured student athletes

In a survey of 102 Inglemoor student-athletes, 72 said that they’ve had a prior sports-related injury. The most common injuries included concussions, ankle sprains and chronic back pain. Junior Reese...

Seattle Bouldering Project’s climbing gym.

Students athletes in non-school sports

Badminton Sophomore David Zuo (he/him) started playing badminton in his backyard with his older sister when he was eight. Since then, he’s won numerous medals in the sport, but 2023 has been his best...

Viking football tackles Redmond during the homecoming game on Oct. 6. Redmond won 19-28.

Football focuses on the field in midst of setbacks

Emelia Mason (she/her), Sports Editor Oct 21, 2023

The varsity football team has won 2 out of 5 games as of Oct. 13., with victories over Meadowdale and Everett, both of which the team also beat last year. Despite a challenging season, the team remains...

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