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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...

Girls soccer fights for state championship

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

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 State Championships. After achieving a district record of 8 wins, 0 losses and 1 tie, the team...

Cheerleaders adapt to change as winter season approaches

Cheerleaders adapt to change as winter season approaches

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 of success. At Inglemoor, no one cheers louder than the cheer team.   While the cheerleaders stay constant in thei...

ASH takes the stands to promote Viking connectivity

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

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 Nguyen and Garrett Oremus are a part of the Associated Student Hype (ASH). The group is not affiliated with In...

Braden Towle swings into the golf season

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

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 his relaxed and easy-going play style always leads to success and strong numbers.  “Braden has don...

Inglemoor Crew reflects on challenges of past years

Inglemoor Crew reflects on challenges of past years

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 the high schools for a district team as was done in 2018.   “It is tough trying to get used to differe...

Adam Walter makes a racket on the tennis courts

Adam Walter practices his swing before a match against Issaquah on Oct. 3. Photo by Priya Annapureddy

Eli Shafer, Reporter

October 25, 2019

As the boys tennis season comes to an end, junior Adam Walter is the top player on the boys team. Walter’s experience playing tennis began early. “I’ve been playing [tennis] pretty much all my life. [I started] when I was two, with my dad,” Walter said. With a ranking that puts him in the ...

Girls swim/dive splash into a successful season

Girls swim/dive splash into a successful season

Nathan Guest, Reporter

October 25, 2019

For the first time in four years, the Girls swim and dive team will end with a winning record. The captains had many thoughts to the reasons of success for their season. Senior captain Maddy Chow said the team’s success was because of the new incoming freshman, while the other senior captain...

Boys water polo team record improves from previous years

Boys water polo team record improves from previous years

Eli Shafer, Reporter

October 25, 2019

Throughout campus, the boys water polo team exists as one of the smallest school sports. There are six Inglemoor students on the team—three of whom are enrolled in full Running Start and spend all of their time away from the school. Senior captain Billy Surdyk said the small team size presents many ch...

Volleyball sets up for a season of success

Volleyball sets up for a season of success

Priya Annapurredy, Reporter

October 25, 2019

On the court, the girls varsity volleyball team serves, sets, and strikes a winning point clear across the net. However, it’s what the players do outside of matches and in training that has shaped such a strong team for the fall season. Senior Miranda Nelson elaborates on their intense practice schedul...

Cooper Laird works hard for his top rank

Cooper Laird works hard for his top rank

Divya Akkiraju, Reporter

October 25, 2019

As a district and statewide champion, senior captain Cooper Laird’s accomplishments in cross country make him a central and widely-known member of the cross country team. “He’s obviously a fast runner. That’s what everyone knows him for. And he’s been the fastest runner forever,” said...

Girls soccer sweeps KingCo despite injuries, builds community

Girls soccer sweeps KingCo despite injuries, builds community

Sonya Sheptunov, Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 25, 2019

Despite having four athletes dealing with past ACL injuries, girls soccer sweeps KingCo with seven wins, zero losses, and three draws. Senior captain Kaycie Suzuki discusses how the team achieved their victory. “Even though we might not be as precise or as popular as boys sports currently are, we s...

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