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Lady Viks advance to the Kingco playoffs for the 2nd straight year

Junior Jenna Troy (far right) races downcourt against rival, Bothell High Schol. The Vikings earned a 76-58 victory.

Caden Frank, Reporter

February 10, 2018

As the season winds down and the KingCo girls team prepares for the playoffs, the Lady Viks are right in the middle of the playoff action. With a record of 10-8, the Vikings are currently in a good position to advance into the playoffs as the sixth seed. Shaylen Haller, a senior captain on the girls tea...

Boys Basketball improving in the midst of a tough 2017-2018 campaign

Boys Basketball improving in the midst of a tough 2017-2018 campaign

Caden Frank, Reporter

February 9, 2018

Despite the difference in success from last season, the youthful roster has continued to work hard and focus on their team improvement as a whole. Coach Gregory Lowell said that improvement has been his main focus all year. “They’ve improved in every area. Offensively, we are setting screens and ...

Swim team acquires divers for postseason

Swim team acquires divers for postseason

Christian Barlow, Sports Editor

February 9, 2018

Records show that the boys swim team continued to fight hard through their season. After facing a recent string of losses, junior Captain Quinn McCloseky said that the reason behind the recent struggles is very clear. “We are a fierce bunch,” McCloseky said, “but our boys are small in n...

Youthful roster may be an early obstacle for boys basketball

Point guard Zach Shimek drives past Issaquah defender on his way to the rim. Inglemoor boys went on to lose 67-55.

Caden Frank, Reporter

December 18, 2017

As the Varsity boys lead up to this season’s league play,  they may have a potential challenge already brewing. The roster includes six underclassmen (five sophomores, and one freshman.) However the team is ready to face the season head on. “When you’re younger, it’s all sort of a process in terms ...

Girls basketball captains excited by the young squad

Jenna Troy drives to the basket and floats the ball over an outstretched defender.  Inglemoor went on to beat Lynwood 63-58 in their season opener.

Caden Frank, Reporter

December 17, 2017

The girls squad enters the 2017 season with a roster full of young athletes. The team includes just two seniors, and only five total upperclassmen. However, according to senior captain Shalen Haller, the inexperience on the roster is overshadowed by the team’s remarkable determination. “This ...

Boys swim and dive prepares to make a splash

Photo by Christian Barlow

Shannon Hong, Reporter

December 16, 2017

During the few weeks since the boys swim and dive season started, the team has already formed strong connections with one another. “It’s still early on, but they seem like they’re bonding really well. They’re a tight-knit group and they’re all pushing each other, which is fun to see,” Co...

Viking alumna returns to coach gymnastics

Shayla Anderson, the new head coach, instructs the gymnastics team at their practice location, Advantage Gymnastics in Woodinville, before their second meet the following day. Their second meet was on Tuesday, Dec 5. against Newport.

Jonah Austin, Reporter

December 16, 2017

After competing as a Viking herself from 2008 to 2012, new head coach Shayla Anderson said she is excited to lead the gymnastics team this season. Anderson started doing gymnastics when she was 4 years old and continued it all the way to her high school graduation. In her senior year she served a...

Wrestlers prepare for the new season

Junior Braden Dick practices with his teammate from the defensive position. They are preparing for the season ahead, with their first home meet against Newport on Jan. 4.

Maria Solorzano, Reporter

December 9, 2017

When it comes down to strategy, strength and focus, wrestling is a sport that requires one of the toughest mindsets. Sophomore Jack Murphy described the intensity wrestling requires. Despite the great physical and mental strength of these wrestlers, the team has some challenges ahead of them. The...

Boys swim boasts strong team dynamic

Sophomore Seth Edlund flies through the water in the 100 butterfly race at the Dec. 15 meet. His and the team’s effort combined resulted in a 97-64 win against Woodinville High School.

Cami Brix, Reporter

March 17, 2017

    From November’s preseason to today’s postseason, the boys swim and dive team has grown tremendously as individual swimmers and as a united team.    “There has been a huge improvement in time and that’s because of their hard work.” Coach Corey Martin said. “They are making one las...

Gymnastics reflects on a difficult season

Gymnastics reflects on a difficult season

Alex Haworth, Reporter

March 17, 2017

After a season of flips, twists and vaults, the girl’s gymnastics team landed in high spirits at the end of their 2-5 season. The team worked together to create unity and pride, propelling them to a strong finish. “I'm pretty proud of how we've done,” junior Kim Kramers said. “We’ve had a ...

Gymnasts aspire to have a strong season

Gymnasts aspire to have a strong season

Joanna Wyler, Reporter

December 6, 2016

Everyday at Advantage Gym the gymnastics team practice their routines, clap chalk on their hands and cheer on their fellow gymnasts as they flip off the bars and into a foam pit. The team is working hard to prepare for the first meet on Dec. 1 away at Issaquah High School. The first home game is Dec. 14 ...

Gallery: Girl’s Basketball comes in second at state tournament

Gallery: Girl's Basketball comes in second at state tournament

March 9, 2015

Ingelmoor's girls basketball team made it all the way to the state finals in Tacoma. They came second in the state, losing to Gonzaga Prep in the final game.

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