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 The team poses after their win. Photo courtesy of Jordana Coykendall.

Boys tennis named district champions following North Creek win

Margaret He, Co-Editor-in-Chief April 1, 2021

Boys tennis defeated North Creek for the third time to finish out a completely undefeated season. From long rallies to numerous and tense tiebreaks, the victory was by no means an easy one and was achieved...

The team trains relentlessly on their home turf in hopes to take down Bothell on Friday, March 26. Photo by Tam Tran.

Varsity football looks to improve after slow start to the season

Nathan Guest, Sports Editor March 30, 2021

With the warm spring weather coming around the corner, the varsity football season is officially in full swing. With strict requirements for weekly COVID-19 testing and mandatory facial coverings, the...

Caption for photo: Third singles player and freshman Charles Wait serves the ball. Wait went on to win his match 6-0, 6-0. Photo Courtesy of Jim Orr.

Boys tennis reigns against Bothell with a 7-0 victory

Margaret He, Co-Editor-in-Chief March 25, 2021

Inglemoor boys tennis swept the Bothell courts for a 7-0 win on March 23, marking their first completely undefeated match of their thus far undefeated season. Despite facing tough opponents, each player’s...

Senior and first singles player Adam Walter prepares for an underhand shot during his match against Bothell. Photo courtesy of Jim Orr.

Boys tennis team undertakes a strenuous season

Link Gazey and Ishika Kaushik March 24, 2021

As the boys tennis team approaches the end of their season, they remain undefeated with four wins and zero losses. This year, the team began a season that has been both challenging and exciting for the...

3rd doubles player Cosmo Anthony-Mostad hits a forehand during the Woodinville match. The match was lost after a close tiebreak, ending 6-2, 2-6, and 7-10. Photo courtesy of Jim Orr.

Boys tennis dominates the Woodinville courts for a fourth consecutive win

Margaret He, Co-Editor-in-Chief March 23, 2021

The boys tennis team controlled the courts on Friday, March 19, attaining their fourth consecutive win in a repeat defeat of the Woodinville tennis team. The team secured the match with a score of 6-1,...

 Senior and fourth singles player Daniel Orr winds up for a forehand during his match against Woodinville. Orr went on to win both sets, with scores of 6-2 and 6-0. Photo courtesy of Jim Orr.

Boys tennis secures their third win against Woodinville

Margaret He, Co-Editor-in-Chief March 19, 2021

The Inglemoor boys tennis team scored a win against Woodinville this Tuesday, March 16, completing their third victory in a row for a thus-far undefeated season. The match ended with a score of 5-2, with...

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

Inglemoor’s girls soccer takes 4th place at state

The girls soccer team secured a record-breaking 4th place finish on Saturday Nov. 23 in the Kingco 4A division.
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...

Junior Paris Moore and senior Katelyn Laccinole embrace former player Kendal Bentler after win against Issaquah on Sat. Oct. 5. Photo by Mia Tavares

Girls soccer fights for state championship

Despite a season characterized by injuries, new players and substantial competition, the girls soccer team procured Inglemoor’s first-ever 4A KingCo soccer title and is advancing in the 2019 Girls Soccer State Championships.
Divya Akkiraju, Co-Business Manager November 22, 2019

Despite a season characterized by injuries, new players and substantial competition, the girls soccer team procured Inglemoor’s first-ever 4A KingCo soccer title and is advancing in the 2019 Girls Soccer...

Cheerleaders adapt to change as winter season approaches

Cheerleaders adapt to change as winter season approaches

While all sports are unique in their rules, players, coaches and many other aspects, they all have one thing in common: committed fans who will shout, yell and cheer to give their team the best chance of success. At Inglemoor, no one cheers louder than the cheer team.
Eli Shafer, Co-Business Manager November 22, 2019

While all sports are unique in their rules, players, coaches and many other aspects, they all have one thing in common: committed fans who will shout, yell and cheer to give their team the best chance...

The ASH group in the front of the stands, cheering on the football team. Photo by Rory Knettles

ASH takes the stands to promote Viking connectivity

At the front of the student section at every football game, this group is impossible to miss, decked out from head to toe in Inglemoor gear—usually cheering the loudest.
Rory Knettles , Reporter October 31, 2019

At the front of the student section at every football game, this group is impossible to miss, decked out from head to toe in Inglemoor gear—usually cheering the loudest. Peter Hansen, Evan Suarez, Zack...

From left to right: Kyle Shea, Auggie Engwall and Braden Towle pose for a photo on the golf course. Photo by Selin Asan

Braden Towle swings into the golf season

The golf team continues to battle through every match of 2019, losing in many close games.
Nathan Guest, Reporter October 25, 2019

The golf team continues to battle through every match of 2019, losing in many close games. However, Junior Braden Towle scored with one of the lowest scores on some of the toughest courses. Towle said...

Inglemoor Crew reflects on challenges of past years

Inglemoor Crew reflects on challenges of past years

Since crew’s emergence as a sport here in 2017, the team has dealt with a variety of changes, from new coaches to problems with equipment to required high school-specific teams rather than combining the high schools for a district team as was done in 2018.
Aditi Jain, Co-Editor-in-Chief October 25, 2019

Since crew’s emergence as a sport here in 2017, the team has dealt with a variety of changes, from new coaches to problems with equipment to required high school-specific teams rather than combining...

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