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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,...

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...

Cate Stead, Teagan Kirk, Gigi Grimm, Giuliana Farkas and Kiera Freeman celebrate a point during the game on Oct. 24.

Volleyball gave it all their might on Senior Night

Jackie Su (she/her), Co-Editor-in-Chief Nov 18, 2022

Girls volleyball put up a hard fight against Newport High School for their senior night on October 24, 2022. The Vikings played four sets against the Knights and lost three to one.  Senior Meadow Clarkson...

Seniors Dylan Magdziarz, Ella Wall, Denisha Nash, Anya Gilbertson, Riley McQuade and Danica Grotle pose in front of the field.

Vikings stand their ground on Senior Night

Jackie Su (she/her), Co-Editor-in-Chief Nov 5, 2022

The girls soccer team was neck-to-neck with the North Creek High School Jaguars during their senior night on Oct. 25, resulting in a 1-1 tie at the end of the night. Seniors Riley McQuade (she/her),...

Kaito Shanafelt, Luke Mcquade and Kento Shanafelt at Pop Keeney Stadium on Sept 30.

Vikings “suit” up

From Naked Viks to ASH (Associated Student Hype) and now “the Suits,” the tradition of senior boys leading the student section has long been upheld at Inglemoor. This year, it’s hard to miss the...

Nordic recaps Inglemoors sports highlights from the 2021-2022 fall, winter, and spring seasons

Assorted sports highlights from the year

Siqi Li, Tam Tran, and Hope Rasa Jul 18, 2022

Water sports Girls swim won six out of the seven races they competed in this year by large margins, beating North Creek 149-42, Bothell 142-41, Woodinville 117-66, Redmond 90-86, Eastlake 109-67 and...

Coach Christian Hanna instructs players how to block during a drill on June 2.

Football to no longer play other NSD high schools

Jackie Su and Arushi Sharma Jun 27, 2022

Since 1998, Inglemoor’s football team has played competitively at the 4A level in the KingCo conference. Schools placed in the 4A level have at least 1,300 students in grades nine to eleven. Starting...

 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 Apr 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 Mar 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 Mar 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 Mar 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 Mar 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,...

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