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Ethan Willems’ Torn ACL

Ethan Willems’ Torn ACL

Nicholas Mullineux'Perrault

January 9, 2018


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Track and field has been successful since our school opened 10 years ago. We've sent student athletes to state each year and have had many state place finishes. Ethan Willems, now a sophomore, continued that dominance his freshman year as one of the best runners in the state. As a freshman, Willems made...

Boys Basketball Versus Lake Stevens

Boys Basketball Versus Lake Stevens

Dawson Crosby, Staff Writer

January 5, 2018


Filed under Sports, Uncategorized

The boys basketball team played their fifth game of the season against the Lake Stevens Vikings. In a duel until the final minutes of the game, the Varsity Grizzlies came out victorious versus with a score of 64-53. Four Grizzlies scored in double digits, Evan Mannes, Brayden Corwin, and Bo Burns. ...

Boys Wrestling At Lake Stevens

Boys Wrestling At Lake Stevens

Dawson Crosby, Staff Writer

January 4, 2018


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The boys wrestling team faced prestigious Lake Stevens Vikings, one of the best teams in the state last night in the Vikings 'house.' The Grizzlies had a strong outing but lost to the Vikings with a score of 22-51. The team is now 3-1 overall and 1-1 in league. The JV squad had a rough night and lost...

Making Varsity As A Freshman

Making Varsity As A Freshman

Dezi McDaniel, Melany Herrejon, staff writers

January 4, 2018


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Starting out the winter season, freshman Aaliyah Collins, made the varsity girls basketball team. When first seeing that she made the team Collins said, “I was surprised and excited when I saw that I made the team.” Being the only freshman on the team might seem like a bit of an adjustment but...

An Unexpected Sport

An Unexpected Sport

Julia Murphy, Staff Writer

December 13, 2017


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The athletic department is considering starting a water polo team for girls in the spring, and a boys’ team next fall. Head swim coach of both the boys’ and girls’ swim teams, Rob Serviss, made the announcement that the school may start a team if enough people are willing to join. On December...

From Basketball To Cheer

From Basketball To Cheer

Sydney Hill, Staff

November 29, 2017


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Georgia Sayed was introduced into cheer by her best friend Grace Lipetska, who talked her into doing it the second day of tryouts. Lipetska told Sayed that she should try out to see if she would make the team, and even though she wasn’t there for all three days of tryouts, Sayed still made the tea...

Boys Basketball Wins At Ballard

Boys Basketball Wins At Ballard

Dawson Crosby, Staff Writer

November 29, 2017


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The boys basketball team traveled to Ballard yesterday for their first matchup of the season and to test themselves and see what they need to work on in practice. GP had a good showing, especially for the first game of the season. GP C-team won versus Ballard with a score of 52-28, Junior Varsity won...

Winter Sports

Winter Sports

Dawson Crosby, Staff Writer

November 29, 2017


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As fall comes to an end and winter starts to begin, the winter sports season also starts for many students as boys and girls basketball hold tryouts, wrestling starts practicing, and boy swim and dive. Catch them in action in action starting this week. The boys basketball team will play in their first...

First Of The Season

First Of The Season

Alex Ropka, Staff Writer

November 9, 2017


Filed under Sports

Fall is a special time of year in the Pacific Northwest. The leaves change from the luscious green to the fluorescent orange and yellows, the air becomes cool and crisp. The overcast skies and rain almost feel normal now. With the cooler weather, rain down in the valleys means snow up high. And we are ...

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