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Athletes find new ways to practice during quarantine

School sports were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Students continue to stay active and practice at home. Photo by Nathan Guest

Nathan Guest, Sports Editor

May 25, 2020

As Washingtonians remain in lockdown after the stay-at-home order was extended to May 31, all workout and fitness centers remain closed. However, this hasn’t stopped many of the athletes from getting their activity.  Boys Soccer senior captain Peter Lie is using a wooden board for drills in his bac...

Wrestling brings action to competition

Sophomore Sinue Geniz-Hernandez wrestles a Liberty High School athlete at Bothell High School on Jan. 23. Photo by Caden Pavlovski

Caden Pavlovski, Reporter

February 7, 2020

After hours of practice in the mat room, the wrestling team is ready for the competitive part of their season against other schools.  Wrestlers use the term "going live" to reference this concept of playing hard in wrestling. “‘Going live’ is wrestling your hardest, just as hard as you can,” senior c...

Evan Morud captures key sports moments

Senior Brady Casto shoots a basket in the Inglemoor gym

on many afternoons against other high schools. Photo cour-
tesy of Evan Morud

Ella Barnard, Photo Editor

February 7, 2020

Without any formal lessons, junior Evan Morud has taught himself how to take photos. Morud said he worked with other photographers on different media outlets.  Morud used to take photos on his phone, but after switching to a professional camera in June, said he became more invested in photography.  ...

Unified bowling wraps up their season

Unified bowling team poses for group photo after finishing competition against Bothell, North Creek and Woodinville High School on Jan. 31 at Kenmore Lanes.  Photo by Selin Asan

Selin Asan, Reporter

February 7, 2020

The unified bowling team began the new season on Jan. 6 with practice and a competition every week. This team provides an open opportunity for any student regardless of their gender and ability. After concluding last year’s season, the unified bowling team continues working on their gameplay in or...

Sean Valley projects enthusiasm in announcing

Announcer Sean Valley takes photos of boys basketball on Jan. 31 at
Bothell High School. He said the combination of both tasks is extremely
enjoyable for him. Photo by Ella Barnard

Aditi Jain, Editor-in-Chief

February 7, 2020

Kingco announcer Sean Valley got his first taste of announcing for sports at a football game in seventh grade; Valley and his friends sat in the announcer’s box and managed all of the tasks, which rotated among the group each week.    “One guy would be the announcer when I was on the...

Coach Greg Lowell inducted into WIBCA Hall of Fame

Coach Greg Lowell observes varsity players during game against Bothell on Friday, Jan. 31. Sitting behind him on the left is coach Mitchell Blackburn
and on the right is coach Collin Portugal. Photo by Ella Barnard

Divya Akkiraju, Co-Business Manager

February 7, 2020

For the last three decades, head coach Greg Lowell’s work has not only stimulated competitive growth on the boys basketball team but, according to his players, has also provided an environment that continually fosters the development of aspiring athletes.  Senior and co-captain Peter Hansen sai...

Skiers take skills to Stevens Pass

Junior Seth Rigor, senior Dane Loucks, junior Sophia Zeng, and junior Lorenzo Pasinelli (left to right) all hold up their skies in front of Inglemoor High School on Jan. 30. Photo by Nathan Guest

Nathan Guest, Sports Editor

February 7, 2020

Now that ski season has begun, many students are heading up to Stevens Pass Ski Resort, near Leavenworth, with 37 major runs covering over 1,125 acres. Stevens is the closest ski resort, so the proximity draws students and Kenmore residents. Junior Seth Rigor said that he loves Stevens because he is quite...

Jason Murphy learns about life through ice hockey

Sophomore Jason Murphy follows the puck and posts face off at Olympicview Arena on Dec. 7, 2019 against Cloverdale. Photo by Tammi Tran

Tam Tran, Reporter

December 20, 2019

Before winter sports season begin, sophomore captain Jason Murphy learns to balance a hectic school schedule with preparation for a competitive season while playing for the Seattle Junior Hockey Association. Murphy said he struggles to balance his life on the ice, his social life and his academic li...

Boys Basketball team strives for success

The boys varsity team huddles to listen to Coach Greg Lowell halfway into the game. The team beat Juanita 67-46 on Saturday, Dec. 7. Photo by Caden Pavlovski

Caden Pavlovski, Reporter

December 20, 2019

With an excellent track record last year of 18 wins to seven losses overall and ten wins to three losses in their league, the boys basketball team is naturally expected to keep improving their team from the year before, setting the bar as high as possible. As of Dec. 17, the team has been undefeat...

Future UCSD player takes team to 3-0 record

Right: Young applies pressure after the ball was passed to her opponent in the third quarter. Photo by Ella Barnard

Nathan Guest, Reporter

December 20, 2019

In late July of 2019, senior Lucy Young committed to an offer from the University of California San Diego. Young has played on varsity all four years of high school and is now a senior captain in her last season. In Young’s three seasons of action, she caught the attention of many northwest schools w...

Inglemoor’s girls soccer takes 4th place at state

Senior Katelyn Laccinole on the field at one of team's games. Photo by Mia Tavares

Mia Tavares, Reporter

December 6, 2019

The girls soccer team secured a record-breaking 4th place finish on Saturday Nov. 23 in the Kingco 4A division. The team concluded the season with a district record of 8 wins, 0 losses and 1 tie in league games and overall 14 wins, 3 losses and 3 ties.    After defeating Union High School in the qua...

Unified bowling looks for partners and players

Unified bowling looks for partners and players

Rahima Baluch, Web-Editor-in-Chief

November 27, 2019

After a successful first season with AJ Olson competing at state, Inglemoor’s unified bowling is looking for Special Olympic Athletes and Partners—students without intellectual disabilities—to participate in their second season that begins on January 6.  The season will run from January 6, 2020...

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