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Roar of the Crowd

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.

Aaron Huang, Sports Editor

March 9, 2015

Cheers echo through the stands. The people in the crowd are up on their feet. With a wave of students behind them, athletes are reenergized and compete even harder. This is what a fan-base can do for a team. It can set the tone and influence the outcome of a game. Even though they are on the sidelines,...

Girls soccer works hard to play hard

Girls soccer works hard to play hard

Julia Stout, Reporter

November 6, 2014

As the girl’s soccer season comes to a close, it has become evident that they attribute their successes to one simple thing: hard work. It is harder than it looks to kick a ball around a field every day, but these girls take the term “committed” to a whole new level. “We work hard to play hard,” seni...

Volleyball envisions progress with new coach

Senior captain Hailey Hagstrom makes an aggressive play at the net during match at home against Juanita.

Cindy Kuang, Feature Editor

November 6, 2014

Hit or miss, win or lose, the volleyball team has weathered it all together. After a turbulent season last year, the team has emerged with Milton Guerreiro as their new head coach and with a clear mission: to regain the ground they lost when controversy over the team’s coaching arrangement left morale a...

This month in sports: Boys Golf

Junior Andrew Szot strikes a quick pose before he serves the ball in his tennis match

Natasha van Damme, News Editor

November 6, 2014

Despite all their talent, the team ended their season with a record of three wins and six losses. None of the young golfers expected their record to end up as low as it was. “As a team we had a lot of potential,” senior Evan Ponto said. “We should have only lost two matches, but instead we won onl...

Football perseveres through criticism

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.

Abby Brook, Reporter

November 6, 2014

Vikings love their spirit. But does the huge fan section at football games reflect a student body that truly loves their team? The football team lost every game this season, with a record of 0-9, but they were able to persevere. However, due to their record, some students began to bash the team. Even th...

This month in sports: Boys Tennis

Junior Andrew Szot strikes a quick pose before he serves the ball in his tennis match

Jerrod Burright, Reporter

November 6, 2014

As the frigid air sets in and winter draws closer, the tennis team reflects over what they have accomplished. Even though the team has shared many experiences, the inevitable closing of the season is something senior Jared Weigler describes as “pretty sad” and “bittersweet” because he will mis...

This month in sports: Girls Swim and Dive

Senior Natalie Hoffman gasps for a breath in her meet against Lake Washington

Shannon Collins, Reporter

November 6, 2014

The passion of the girls swim and dive team is extraordinary. As the year wraps up, their determination and hard work paid off, and the girls have proudly finished their season with a record of 4-3. Not only has the team been successful with their performance, they have created a strong connection bet...

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