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Lacking Sportsmanship in the Stands

Lacking Sportsmanship in the Stands

Emily Smith, Opinion

May 1, 2019

At the end of February and the beginning of March, the  girls and boys basketball teams got the opportunity to compete in The Hardwood Classic, state playoffs at the Tacoma Dome. Many students, dressed in blue and white, traveled all the way down to the Dome to cheer on the teams, including myself. While...

Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop

Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop

Isaac Ellison, Staff Writer

October 19, 2018

The football team have been destroying the competition going strong with a 6-1 win/loss record. The team has outscored our opponents by a 301-107  overall and with no intention of slowing down. The upcoming opponents could be fierce competition. Monroe could be challenging because they are traditionally...

GP Freshman Football Defeats Mariner 44-0

GP Freshman Football Defeats Mariner 44-0

Alec Mullen-DeLand, Staff Writer

October 19, 2018

It was a 73°F day when the GP Freshman team took the field to play against the Mariner High School Marauders.  This was GP’s seventh game of the season and their greatest win, with a shutout score of 44-0.  Foreshadowing the result of the one-sided game, Zac McSpadden scored a touchdown from a 50-yard pass...

New Turf for the Upcoming School Year

New Turf for the Upcoming School Year

Isaac Ellison, Staff Writer

June 18, 2018

If you haven’t noticed, for the last two weeks our main football field has been closed for maintenance. Every day we have construction workers on campus ripping up the turf so they can start the process of laying down new turf. Grounds crews will be working on it throughout  the summer so the...

Most Underappreciated Sports at GP

Most Underappreciated Sports at GP

Jordan Handshy, Staff Writer

June 13, 2018

After talking to a few athletes, I started to notice a similar comment from most players. While yes, they play their games, may people don’t come to cheer them on, many of their sports aren’t even known by the school staff and students. Sometimes, when you know better, you do better and so here's...

Girls Golf Season

Girls Golf Season

Raelyn Young, Staff Writer

May 22, 2018

Girls golf is becoming more popular each year. There are still many girls golf scholarships left unassigned because there are fewer in the sport overall. This season,, junior varsity took second place at the JV Championship and overall, the teams took 1st and 2nd place at many of their matches. The var...

Senior Michael Emerick Swings for the Fences

Senior Michael Emerick Swings for the Fences

Evan Bodenstab, Staff Writer

May 16, 2018

When Michael Emerick was in elementary school, he started playing baseball. “My parents thought it was a good idea and my friends were doing it,” he said. Ever since then, he has been working hard to improve. Over the off season, he had been lifting weights every week as well as playing select...

Girls Lacrosse Wins their First Playoff Game

Girls Lacrosse Wins their First Playoff Game

May 16, 2018

The varsity girls' Snohomish Lacrosse team played their first playoff game of the year on Monday, May 7 against Everett. They won decisively by a score of 13-3, after just beating Everett the Friday before by a score of 11-5. The game marked the 11th win for the girls this season, and senior captain...

Boys Lacrosse Season: Q&A

Boys Lacrosse Season: Q&A

Dawson Crosby, Staff Writer

May 7, 2018

Glacier Peak added a club boys Lacrosse team. Before this, Lacrosse was run as a Snohomish club team and GP athletes played under the Snohomish name just as the girls still do. The boys GP Lacrosse team played nine games so far and have two more to play before going to playoffs. Once they get to playoffs...