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Cheerleaders adapt to change as winter season approaches

Cheerleaders adapt to change as winter season approaches

Eli Shafer, Co-Business Manager

November 22, 2019

While all sports are unique in their rules, players, coaches and many other aspects, they all have one thing in common: committed fans who will shout, yell and cheer to give their team the best chance of success. At Inglemoor, no one cheers louder than the cheer team.   While the cheerleaders stay constant in thei...

Girl’s tennis sends freshman singles player to compete at state and beyond

After the state tournament, Brooke Demerath smiles with the girls tennis coach, Jane Demerath, who is also her mother. Brooke Demerath said that she is not only supported by, but also inspired by her family.

Evelyn Yang, Opinion Editor

July 16, 2018

In May, freshman Brooke Demerath placed fifth in 4A singles at the WIAA State Tennis Championships, the first girl to represent Inglemoor girl’s tennis at the state level since her older sister Sabrina Demerath in 2012. Demerath qualified for state after placing second at the district level. She was also name...

Baseball wins KingCo for the first time in 17 years

The Vikings celebrate their first KingCo championship victory since 2001 following the team's 7-3 victory over Skyline High School on May 9, 2018.

Caden Frank, Reporter

May 18, 2018

When the Vikings slipped into the final slot of the KingCo playoffs, they had already reached the goal they set at the beginning of the year. Despite reaching their goal, senior Brandon Fothergill said there was still an urgency in him, knowing this was his last year performing in front of his friends, an...

Inglemoor baseball team honors former coach with ceremony and scholarship

IHS and LWHS players line up along the baselines during the Justin Marshall memorial ceremony at Inglemoor, honoring Justin’s life and dedication on March 16.
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Caden Frank, Reporter

April 26, 2018

Friday, March 16. Players, and coaches from the Inglemoor baseball program watch and listen in the moments leading up to their game. On every one of their black Viking hats, a yellow “JM” is stitched onto the side, a new addition to the design of the uniforms. They’re the initials of former player and...

Girls badminton to be new school sport

Girls badminton to be new school sport

Jeffrey Maxwell, News Editor

December 12, 2016

This spring sports season, girls will have another school sport to choose from, badminton. This new sport has garnered enthusiasm from many Inglemoor students, including senior Sabrina Ollestad. “I’m very excited for the opportunity to be on the first badminton team of Inglemoor, Ollestad said. It ...

A new mindset for a new season

Senior co-captain Teanen Chen  focuses as she prepares to return the ball in her doubles match against Liberty High School. Chen would go on to win the match with her partner and fellow senior co-captain Kaylee Holleman. The team lost 3-4, with all of the doubles teams winning and all of the singles players losing. The girls’ tennis team record is 0-2, which they seek to improve next Tuesday against Redmond.

Julian willnow, Reporter

March 25, 2016

For the first time, the girls’ tennis team has many freshman and  more depth. With these young players, the team hopes to combine hard work and rigor with a positive team spirit in order to improve on last season’s performance. “We got more young players right now which is  pretty solid, so this...

Soccer climbs up the ladder once again

Dribbling by his opponents, senior Thiago Marini looks to the far side of the field hoping to pass. The team dominated Stanwood 4-1 on Tuesday March 15. The match against Stanwood at the beginning of the season demostrated to KingCo that Inglemoor was a strength to be reckoned with.

Joey Matsuzawa, Sports Editor

March 25, 2016

The boys’ soccer team is hoping to build on the success of last season, when it placed first at KingCo and third at state. Despite the hard fought third place finish last year, many of the returning players were left feeling dissatisfied and look to this season to make amends. “We were pretty di...

Fastpitch sticks to their goals

Senior Bella Montoya winds up during the fourth inning in the team’s regular season finale against Eastlake.  Pitching this season has been more consistent with this season’s staff holding opponents to three runs or less in the majority of their games.

Peyton Carroll, Reporter

May 22, 2015

Right off the bat, the softball team knew what they would be aiming for this season. “Our goals [at the beginning of the season] were to win KingCo and go to state, but we play one game at a time,” junior utility player Ashley Gregory said.  “We are still driven and determined to make these goals happen....

Water polo treads through rough water

Junior Maddie Kutzera, against a Newport High School player, defends the ball as she searches the pool for a team member who would receive the pass.

Joey Matsuzawa, Reporter

May 21, 2015

Though the start of season looked bright with its senior captains Natalie Hoffman and Ailish Collins heading the effort to state, both captains suffered injuries in the consecutive games against Bellevue and then Bainbridge Island. Hoffman, the team’s leader on offense, missed 4 weeks due to a sp...

Boys soccer finds perfect balance

2014-2015 Varsity boys soccer team after their win against Mt. Si with a score of 2-0. This game was the KingCo championship and the team has earned a place in the state competition. Congratulations, boys!

Abby Brook, Reporter

May 21, 2015

Eleven seniors step onto the field for their last regular game of the season. They needed one win to go to playoffs. The second Newport took hold of the ball at least two or three players apply pressure immediately. When the team recovers the ball, it is a quick counter attack with impeccable possessi...

Boys soccer sets high goals for new season

In the first preseason game against Edmonds Woodway, sophomore forward Quinn Fahling breaks away from the defense to score the first goal of the season. Much to the surprise of the players, the game attracted a sizeable crowd of fans. Throughout the two halves, the players’ speed was evenly matched by the skills of their opponent. The game ended with a 2-2 tie.

Hieu Do, Reporter

April 20, 2015

After losing several players to injuries and failing to advance to state last season, the boys soccer team is coming back with a renewed vigor. “[Our performance] last season wasn’t as strong as it could’ve been,” senior center midfielder Rio Alcorta said. “Our team chemistry just wasn’t ...

Improve as a unit, triumph as an individual

Junior Robin Takami prepares to take off from the blocks during the 100m event. He finished with a time of 12.68 seconds to place 15th at the jamboree on March 19.

Aaron Huang, Sports Reporter

April 9, 2015

It is easy to be overwhelmed when watching the whirlwind of activity at a track and field meet. There are so many events occurring all at once, and an even greater number of athletes pushing themselves to the limit. Even though large crowds make it difficult for the individual to stand out, it only...

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