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The student news site of Inglemoor High School

Nordic News

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...

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

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...

The Inglemoor student section celebrates the homecoming victory, as the Vikings slip past North Creek 21-12 at Pop Keeney stadium.

Slideshow: Vikings come home with victory against North Creek

Ryan Brownell and Caden Frank September 30, 2018

On Sept. 28 at Pop Keeney Stadium, the Vikings won the homecoming game 21-12 against the North Creek Jaguars. See some highlights of the game by clicking through the slideshow.

Senior wide receiver Kincaid Schmitt races down the sideline on a key fourth down conversion with less than two minutes to play. The Vikings would go on to win 29-28.

Inglemoor Football starts 2-0 for the first time since 2010

Caden Frank, Sports Editor September 17, 2018

Coming off of a 1-9 record in the 2017 season, the Vikings had a lot of improving to do headed into the new season. Led by head coach Steve Hannan, the team had begun their season long before their first...

The Vikings burst through their flag to take the field at the start of the game. Inglemoor gained an early lead of 14-6 in the first quarter.

Slideshow: Vikings claim first win against Meadowdale

Ryan Brownell and Oliver Hopcroft September 1, 2018

On Aug. 30 at Pop Keeney Stadium, the Vikings overcame past losses and won the first football game of the season 29-28 against the Meadowdale Mavericks. See some highlights of the game by clicking...

Football coach believes in no rest for the weary

Football coach believes in no rest for the weary

Christian Barlow, Sports Editor November 17, 2017

As the football season comes to a close, one might expect the football team to be ready to rest up until next year. However, head Coach Steve Hannan said he is already anxious to plan for the next season....

Senior quarterback Brayden Mills sits on the sideline after breaking his fibula and dislocating his ankle during the Vikings game at Lake Washington on Sept. 9. The team has had many injuries this season and hopes that they can succeed despite these setbacks. Inglemoor went on to lose the game 31-21.

Football combats injuries with positivity

Julian Willnow, Sports Editor & Managing Editor September 20, 2016

After last year’s season, the football team hopes that a new attitude and more experienced players will improve the team’s performance on and off the field. After a string of serious injuries to important...

Junior running back Jalen Woodley runs past defenders to score an 80-yard touchdown early in the first quarter of the season opener at Juanita. Blocking for Woodley, were juniors Mario Tupou and Brayden Mills as well as sophomore Kobe Henning. Early in the play, Woodley needed to break several tackles before he could run the rest of the open field for the score. Ten yards in, I thought, Dang, Im tired, Woodley said. It was a slow trip, but I made it.

Young football team has grown up fast

Joey Matsuzawa, Sports Editor October 5, 2015

This year’s football team is one of the youngest teams in recent memory. With a team comprised of mostly juniors, many of whom have never played in a varsity game, it is easy to say their lack of experience...

Senior Bryce Larson holds the ball while looking for a pass. As the starting quarterback of the football team, his role has been integral to the team’s unity, which has pushed them through this season.

Football perseveres through criticism

Abby Brook, Reporter November 6, 2014

Vikings love their spirit. But does the huge fan section at football games reflect a student body that truly loves their team? The football team lost every game this season, with a record of 0-9, but...

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