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Sports recap: boys golf

Sports recap: boys golf

Ben Dossett, Reporter/Photographer

November 17, 2017

Although the boys golf team struggled to keep their scores low this season, they kept their heads high and never failed to put forward their best effort, making major improvements throughout the season. Senior captain Kyle Kuykendall said that the lessons learned through their struggle taught them far m...

Sports recap: girls soccer

Sports recap: girls soccer

Kyle Bender, Reporter/Photographer

November 17, 2017

After what the players say was a rough season, the girls soccer team holds a fair record of 5-10-1. Senior Sadie Sheller said that while the record may not reflect it, she feels that the team worked well with each other. “For us, it was just kind of frustrating because I feel like on a whole, we weren...

Boys tennis racks up wins on the court

Senior James Peng practices his swing.

Megan Munson, Co-Editor-in-Chief

November 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 him with their focus and composure. “I was really surprised by our younger players this y...

Senior swimmers serve as team role models

From left to right: seniors Lynn Chou, Jed Go and Tara Saleh and junior Sylvia Hendrix pose post-practice along the diving board.

Maria Solorzano, Reporter

November 4, 2017

Since the high school became a 4A team and freshmen now walk the same halls as the upperclassmen, seniors Katie Kirk and Jed Go say they have both seen a change in the atmosphere of the team. Kirk and Go both said that the daily task of getting up in the early hours for intense physical training can...

Fish out of water

Northshore polo team defends against a daring shot made by Bellevue in their final match of the season.

Christian Barlow, Sports Editor

October 30, 2017

With the fall sports season at its end, the water polo team, who remained diligent through a tough season, are hoping their team of fresh faces will continue to grown and improve their game. Captain Tate Anderson said the team (of which two thirds of their athletes are in their first year) wil...

Crew to be offered as new sport next year

Crew to be offered as new sport next year

Alex Haworth, Reporter

June 6, 2017

This fall, Inglemoor will become the first school in the district to have a rowing team. The sport will have both boys’ and girls’ teams, and it will be available for all grades and experience levels. The new sport was introduced by the new superintendent, who wanted to start a crew team in the new...

Hammer forges unity in cross country team

Senior team captain and hammer bearer Michael Dymek carries the hammer during the meet against Skyline and Bothell on Oct. 5. Dymek’s brother had been the hammer bearer in 2013. Inglemoor went on to place second in both boys and girls at the meet.

Ray Fung, Reporter

November 7, 2016

A thunderous roar of cheering erupted through the air as the cross country hammer bearer raised the hammer high into the air. The legendary weapon has been passed down from year to year between the runners of the cross country team and has become a recognizable symbol throughout the district. “The hammer i...

Girls soccer strives for KingCo championship

Sophomore Nicole VanEnglen maneuvers the ball away from the Inglemoor goal,  maintaining the 1-1 tie with Juanita. Inglemoor girls’ soccer went on to win 1-0 against Newport.

Surya Hendry, Copy Editor & Feature Editor

September 29, 2016

Last year, the girls’ soccer team took third in the KingCo tournament. This year, they are determined to win and progress to the statewide competition. Before it can play at the KingCo tournament, the team must win “the Pop”, described by junior Kylie Russell as a tournament between Bothell, Woo...

Football combats injuries with positivity

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.

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 players, more positivity and team spirit may be just what they need.   On Sept. 9, in a...

Volleyball floors KingCo championships

Senior captain Haley Harris makes an aggressive play during the match against Bothell. As a star player of the volleyball team, Harris has been imperative for pushing the team to State this season.

Isabelle Chappel, Reporter

December 1, 2015

The volleyball team has had its fair share of coaches in the past, but Milton Guerreiro, who was been the head coach for two years, is here to stay. The team is lucky to have their coach, who was just awarded KingCo Coach of the Year. Guerreiro played on club teams in Hawaii and was trained by, P...

Boys golf stays in the green

Boys golf stays in the green

Patrin Sinteppadon, Reporter

December 1, 2015

Many people think of golf as a casual weekend activity, but in fact it is really a very competitive mental sport. Athletes on the boys' golf team know this very well.  This season, Inglemoor and many of its rival schools were neck-and-neck. More than half the schools in the league went 4-4 or 5-3...

Water Polo continues to improve their fundamentals

Water Polo continues to improve their fundamentals

Parker Albin, Reporter

December 1, 2015

The boys water polo team jumps into the steamy pool every night at 8 p.m.. Daily drills, training and team bonding are what allow the boys water polo team to become a stronger team as a whole. Since they have not had a very large turnout for players this season, the team decided that creating a unified...

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