Coach’s Corner

Ethan Willard, Staff Reporter

November 22, 2016

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Q: What do you find most fulfilling about coaching cross country? A: That you don't have to be the most physically talented person to have success in this sport. That every athlete that participates does so on equal terms. There's...

Juggling it All

Savanna Kerr, Staff Reporter

November 22, 2016

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Often, Friday can be viewed as the home stretch of the week, the last hill to climb before the weekend--a BREAK! Free time may be important to some students, however for others it seems out of reach. Can you relate? Throughout...

Athlete Feature

Natalie Gurian-West, Staff Reporter

November 22, 2016

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Alenajade Prendez Q: What are some recent athletic accomplishments of yours? A: In cross country I made it to State, getting 12th at the District Championship race in South Whidbey. Also, the whole girl’s team got to state this year, whi...

Bonding rules change to prevent hazing

Lily Gustafson, sports editor

October 7, 2014

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To have a successful team, good chemistry is a must. But starting this year, team bonding has gotten harder. Shorewood and Shorecrest teams and clubs are no longer allowed to have team bonding without a coach present nor are...

Boys’ tennis in 1st place

Sara Tieu, staff reporter

October 7, 2014

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It's a short walk down to Shorewood's new tennis courts. Down by the field, there are still some signs of construction, but the fences of the six new courts stand proud and tall. With the opening of brand new tennis courts came a great start to the boy’s varsity tennis season. “We started out re...

Lily’s Lens: Redskins need new name

Lily Gustafson, sports editor

October 7, 2014

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In the wake of the recent incidents in the NFL involving domestic violence and child abuse, it's obvious that fans can have a big impact on how the league deals with certain situations. Especially with the Ray Rice fiasco,...

T-bird football

Jasmine Pollard, Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 7, 2014

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Shining lights, buttery popcorn, cheerleaders, and bleachers barely holding up for the overpopulated student section only means one thing: Shorewood's Friday night lights football is back in business. Although it's no secret...

Girls’ swimming closer than ever

Lily Gustafson, sports editor

October 7, 2014

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Despite the new team bonding rule, requiring a coach to be present at all team bondings, Shorewood girls' swim is closer than ever. Especially on the bus going to meets. With about 53 girls, a coach, and all their gear piled...

Sports Court with Connor

Connor Adams, sports reporter

October 7, 2014

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This week the Seahawks traveled to Washington D.C. to beat a struggling Redskins team coming off of a 45-14 loss at the hands of the Giants. The Seahawks, fresh off of their bye week, were well rested and well prepared. The...

Sports Court with Connor

Connor Adams, sports reporter

October 7, 2014

Filed under Sports

Below average. Those two words have been excessively used to describe the Mariners lackadaisical offense over the past few years. It seems that for ages now, the Mariners have been plagued by a lack of power hitting. The ballpark...

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