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Track athletes run into state championship

The track team had a successful end of season. Seven athletes moved on from the KingCo Division 4A meet to the Bi-Districts (WesCo and KingCo) meet which took place on May 17 and 20. Later, three athletes...

Karlie Vince, Ariana Sutter, Jordan Hentel and Kristina Alyakina train together for their Women’s U17 race for nationals in Florida by wearing multiple layers to
simulate humidity.

Womens U17 rowers return to nationals for the second year

On May 20, the crew team competed at regionals in Vancouver, Washington. The mens and womens junior-varsity and varsity boats raced against both high school and club crew teams. The women’s U17 boat...

The girls badminton team huddles before game.

Badminton: Turning weaknesses into strengths

Siqi Li (she/her), Sports Editor May 19, 2023

On March 22, the girls varsity badminton team played fast-paced, and the team secured a marvelous 9-2 win in their first non-league game against Snohomish High School. The girls strengthen their weaknesses...

Fielders mid game, Broden Griner (20), David Reed (13) and Stefan Zhan.

Lacrosse plays hard despite being unofficial

Ria Kowalski (she/her), Reporter May 19, 2023

The lacrosse team put up a good fight against North Creek High School on April 19 and scored five goals shared between sophomores Jacob Lubatti and Oliver Zorich, and Juniors Ethan Ballwebber, and David...

(From left to right) Scarlett Class, Coach Jessica Huber, and Aiden Graham practicing ball handling skills on their first day of the season on Apr. 18th. Practice was moved indoors due to heavy rain.

Kicking stigmas aside with unified soccer

Klaira Zhang (she/her), Co-Editor-in-Chief, Co-Business Manager May 10, 2023

Unified sports joins people with and without disabilities together on the same team. The main goal is for people to train, play, and build friendships together between people of all abilities. This spring...

From left to right, crew teammates Stian Blockhus, Will Moore, Vincent Haug, Victor Agbayani, Jack Krey and Drew Hermes  pick their boat up to carry it out to water on March 17.

Crew rows into a new season

Preethika Makineni (she/they), Arts & Entertainment Editor Mar 11, 2023

The district-wide undefeated Inglemoor crew team is ready for a season full of wins. So they’ve been putting in the work, with practices every day of the week except for Sunday.  Although it seems...

Combat sports are more than just fighting; they teach self-discipline and respect, as well as build good exercise habits.

Kicking it in combat sports

Wrestling is the school’s only offered combat sport, which only scratches the surface of the plethora. Boxing, tai chi and fencing, are just a few of the diverse athletics that fit under the umbrella...

Super Bowl LVII predictions: A battle for supremacy in a game steeped in history

Super Bowl LVII predictions: A battle for supremacy in a game steeped in history

Arushi Sharma (she/her), Co-Editor-in-Chief Feb 12, 2023

With millions of fans tuning in on Feb. 12, Super Bowl LVII represents the best of football. Both teams — the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs — went 14-3 before winning conference titles,...

Junior Chloe Vancour (she/her) making a pose in the flyer position while
practicing their full-out routine.

Cheer stunts their way to state

The cheerleading team has been at the heart of school spirit, supporting sports teams on the sidelines and courtsides. Now it’s our turn to cheer them on as they head off to the state competition in...

Vikings use the winter snow as an opportunity to hit the slopes.

Vikings hit the slopes

Siqi Li (she/her) and Alan Wu (he/him) Jan 20, 2023

Caden Whitmire Junior Caden Whitmire (he/him) started skiing when he was five years old. He said he hated the cold weather at first, but he ended up enjoying it and has been skiing ever since. “I...

Ellis Toombs squares up during his match in the Tournament at Snohomish High School

Wrestling tackles this season’s challenges

Jaimie Murray (she/they), Reporter Dec 17, 2022

As the wrestling season comes into full swing, the team faces some tension when it comes to meeting weight class requirements. However, the player’s skill and the team’s relationships are strong, which...

Juniors Brian Alcaraz and Theo Groshong tackle Mariner High School’s running back on Nov. 4.

Football runs a marathon, not a sprint

Jackie Su (she/her), Co-Editor-in-Chief Dec 3, 2022

Last year, the football program decided to switch from Kingco 4A to an independent schedule starting in the 2022 season. This new schedule consisted of opponent teams mostly from the 3A standing. This...

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