The Edge

Seattle Dragons Season So Far

The new Seattle Dragons logo. The team is a part of the new XFL football league.

Alexander Lundin, Staff Writer

May 1, 2020

Week Three in the XFL regular season has come to an end, and boy has this year been exciting so far! The XFL is a newly created professional football league in America that is in it’s first year of existence. Despite a few different rule changes, the XFL is basically the NFL but for players who either...

Sprinting into Track with Style

Sprinting into Track with Style

Lilja Bjornsson, Staff writer

March 5, 2020

On February 4, the interest meeting for the upcoming 2020 track season was led by Coach Loren Childers. Childers made the announcement that the team will have new uniforms. The highlight of the announcement was that athletes can keep them post season.  There has been an ongoing issue with having uniforms...

Grizzlies Prepared for Spring Sports

Photo by Maddie MP

Abigail Schaefer, Yearbook Staff

March 5, 2020

Spring sports began March 2 and athletes have been working out in the off season to be ready for their first competition.  Sports offered are track and field, boys soccer, girls tennis, baseball, softball and for the first time, badminton. Captains began early practices in February with runs scheduled...

Road to the Dome

Girls Basketball state players and coaches

Raelyn Young, Staff Writer

March 2, 2020

The Varsity Girls Basketball team has had an outstanding season with 20 wins and 3 loses. On Feb 28, the girls played Central Valley high school in Spokane for their first post season game. Currently, the girls are placed 6 in the 4A league. The team lost the game against Central Valley, and will play...

Wolves Are No Match for the Grizzlies

photo by Andrew Peterson

Chloe Nacorra-Scruggs, Staff Member

February 21, 2020

The Glacier Peak Grizzlies boys varsity basketball team already defeated the Jackson Timberwolves in their gym on January 10 where our varsity boys won by 34 points. The whiteout/blackout theme was major with a big turn- out of GP students and supporting parents. The Timerwolves then hosted the Grizzlies...

Girls Wrestling Success in First Home Double Duel

Girls Wrestling Success in First Home Double Duel

Olivia Scherzinger

January 24, 2020

The Girls Wrestling team had a day of firsts on January 22. The girl's team hosted their first ever Double Duel against Lyndon, Ferndale, Marysville-Getchell, Marysville-Pilchuck and Snohomish. Throughout the match, we seniors were recognized with the first ever girls wrestling  'senior night'. The...

Lacking Sportsmanship in the Stands

Glacier peak students packed the stands to cheer on the boys basketball team

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

GP Students and parents at Veteran's Memorial Stadium.

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 Frosh Team has a postgame discussion.

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...