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Boys Tennis

 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...

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,...

 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 Mar 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...

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

Adam Walter makes a racket on the tennis courts

Eli Shafer, Co-Business Manager Oct 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...

From left to right, district players senior Gavin Wright, sophomore Adam Walter, senior Oliver Wolff, senior Brian Xie, junior Matt Cummings, sophomore Mustafa Khan, senior Edward Xin and freshman Roman Mar celebrated the end of the season with the rest of the team and their parents at the awards ceremony and banquet on Oct. 26. Not pictured is freshman Sreeman Mandapati.

Boys varsity tennis advance to district playoffs

Shannon Hong, Web Editor-in-Chief Oct 26, 2018

The boys varsity tennis team had a strong season, ending with a 7-2 win-loss record and finishing second place in the conference behind Newport High School. Their performance qualified them for the district...

Senior James Peng practices his swing. A lot of sports in high school are team sports,  Peng said. You only require your maximum concentration for part of the time. But with tennis, especially singles, you have to be fully focused and composed the whole time.

Boys tennis racks up wins on the court

Megan Munson, Co-Editor-in-Chief Nov 17, 2017

Boasting a 7-4 win-loss record, the boys tennis team finished its season strong after its last game on Oct. 5. Senior captain James Peng said that throughout the season, team members continually impressed...

Hansen takes a break from a long tennis practice. Hansen was the first singles player on boys’ tennis this year.

Student athletes work hard to play hard

Julian Willnow and Kyra Bilgic Dec 1, 2015

Checking the time, senior Tobin Hansen realizes that if he wants to make band roll call on time he has to win his tennis match in under two hours. With the weight of his chaotic schedule resting on his...

Tennis perseveres in a stacked division

Tennis perseveres in a stacked division

Joey Matsuzawa, Sports Editor Nov 13, 2015

Despite being in one of the most competitive divisions in the state, KingCo 4A, the tennis team’s strong mental game and depth of skill has kept them alive throughout the season. For the last three years,...

Junior Andrew Szot strikes a quick pose before he serves the ball in his tennis match

This month in sports: Boys Tennis

Jerrod Burright, Reporter Nov 6, 2014

As the frigid air sets in and winter draws closer, the tennis team reflects over what they have accomplished. Even though the team has shared many experiences, the inevitable closing of the season is something...

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