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Players line-up during a practice after finishing a drill.  This is the first year in which all the players will be from Inglemoor after previously sharing a team with Bothell players.  As a part of Division II, they will play teams from Bothell, Lake Washington, Juanita, and Redmond High School.

Lacrosse anticipates larger turnout

Shannon Collins, Photographer
March 9, 2015
Students parade on the main staircase during the Seahawks assembly on Jan. 30.  The entire event demonstrated the spirit of Inglemoor, as enthusiastic fans dressed up in full blue and green attire and brought flags, hats and jerseys to show their support.  It shows the power of a strong fan-base, a power that will hopefully carry over to the upcoming playoffs in which all five sports could send athletes to state.

Roar of the Crowd

Aaron Huang, Sports Editor
March 9, 2015
Junior Charlotte Berkman focuses on her balance during her beam routine.

The girls gymnastics team leaps into the season with promise

Jerrod Burright, Reporter
January 29, 2015
Senior Jordana Price surveys the court against Bishop Blanchet.  In a match-up between two of the top teams in the state, the Vikings persevered in a 52-50 win.  After being bounced out of the first round in state in the past two years, the team seeks to win its first state championship.

Girls basketball tops the competition

Natasha Van Damme, News Editor
January 29, 2015
Players circle around Coach Greg Lowell, now in his 26th season in a timeout during the team’s dramatic 64-63 victory against Bothell.  Currently ranked second in KingCo, the Vikings need to finish as one of the top three teams in order to qualify for state.

With the game on the line

Aaron Huang, Sports Editor
January 29, 2015
Senior captain Dylan Mutal moments before he scores his first of two goals in their 10-4 loss to Newport. Mutal scored a total of two goals that game and is one of the team’s leading scorers along with fellow senior goalie Lamar Hendrikse who also scored two goals, one of which was from goal.

Waterpolo treads to improvement

Joey Matsuzawa, Reporter
November 6, 2014
Girls soccer works hard to play hard

Girls soccer works hard to play hard

Julia Stout, Reporter
November 6, 2014
Senior captain Hailey Hagstrom makes an aggressive play at the net during match at home against Juanita.

Volleyball envisions progress with new coach

Cindy Kuang, Feature Editor
November 6, 2014
Junior Andrew Szot strikes a quick pose before he serves the ball in his tennis match

This month in sports: Boys Golf

Natasha van Damme, News Editor
November 6, 2014
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
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