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The girls gymnastics team leaps into the season with promise

Junior Charlotte Berkman focuses on her balance during her beam routine.

Jerrod Burright, Reporter

January 29, 2015

Unity, enthusiasm and hard work comprise the very spirit of the girls gymnastics team. With the adjustment to their new coach, a lot has changed for the team. New skills are acquired each practice with a constant focus set on improvement.  So far, the team has seen a few setbacks, including various...

Girls basketball tops the competition

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.

Natasha Van Damme, News Editor

January 29, 2015

Once again, to no one’s surprise, girls basketball is doing extremely well.  They are currently ranked second in the state. “I am hoping we will win KingCo again, like we’ve done the last few years,” senior Deja Strother said. They have so far met preseason expectations by starting out 12-1 (9-0 King...

With the game on the line

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.

Aaron Huang, Sports Editor

January 29, 2015

With ten seconds remaining, Bothell guard Hunter Dean goes behind the back and scoops in a left-handed lay-up to give the visitors a 63-62 advantage.  As the Bothell team and fans rejoice, the ball is quickly inbounded in to senior guard Andy Nelson, who sprints down the court. Defenders converge on ...

Gymnastics starts brand new season under new coach

Sophomore Isabelle Knopf poses while practicing the finishing move of a floor routine.  The girls are beginning a new era under coach Campbell and have their first home meet on Dec. 11.  Courtesy of Willy Paine

Hailey Robinson, Reporter

January 22, 2015

For the gymnastics team the start of a season means calloused palms and hard falls. This year it also means adjusting to a new coach. “We thought it would be hard to deal with a new coach, but she’s done a good job of reorganizing our workouts so we take them seriously,” senior co-captain Alisa...

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