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First Of The Season

First Of The Season

Alex Ropka, Staff Writer

November 9, 2017


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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 ...

Moving Up And Moving Forward

Moving Up And Moving Forward

Hailey Christenson, Staff Writer

November 8, 2017


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After finishing the soccer season, Annika Lambott was one of the two JV players moved up to play on the varsity team for their district games. “I think I got moved up because I worked really hard this season and I was good enough to be playing with them,” Lambott said. After being moved up Lambo...

Girls Wrestling Team

Girls Wrestling Team

Elisabeth Avenell, Staff Writer

November 8, 2017


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Last year, Kiley Hubby was the first girl to ever be a wrestler at GP with Cassy Vando as a manager. This year, they decided to start their own team and Vando decided to take up wrestling herself. They were repetitively told they were not enough or that it was a boy only sport, yet they persisted. “I...

A Tough Battle

A Tough Battle

Julia Murphy, Staff Writer

November 8, 2017


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Darby Mott, a senior varsity swimmer, has struggled this season with health complications. Right before the school year started, Mott was diagnosed with an ovarian torsion (cyst). “At first, they thought my appendix burst, but after a CT scan, they realized that I had a cyst on my left ovary the...

Two Schools One Family

Two Schools One Family

Lauren Peltier, Staff Writer

November 7, 2017


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Every sports team practices independently except for the swim and dive team. Glacier Peak High School and Snohomish High School actually practice together. “I love it; it is one of my most favorite things in the entire world because if you have just one team together you get just those girls. Instead...

Fall Sports Post-Season

Fall Sports Post-Season

Dawson Crosby, Staff Writer

November 6, 2017


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The football, volleyball, soccer, tennis and cross-country teams are getting ready for the "second half" of their seasons as all are advancing into the post-season. Always having top tier sports teams, since  2008-2009, fall sports have made the playoffs.  Many of the fall teams have placed in the...

Sign Language From The Stands

Sign Language From The Stands

Brandon Fenton, Staff Writer

November 2, 2017


Filed under Sports

Senior Cooper Walker is faced with a life changing news from his family about his father's health, but how he's been coping is what stands out. Walker has always been big into sports, but he doesn't seem to have the size most of his teammates have. However, he's got the biggest heart on the field...

Fresh Meat

Fresh Meat

Adina Crandall, Staff Writer

November 1, 2017


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Breaking society's standards is just one of the things Freshman Lydia Kippenhan is doing. She is the only girl on the freshman football team. "Being the only is really fun and exciting but it can be a bit intimidating sometimes, especially practicing with the boys," Kippenhan said. Kippenhan joined...

New Team Same Sport

New Team Same Sport

Sydney Hill, Staff Writer

October 31, 2017


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David Castro moved from Bothell High School to Snohomish and is now attending Glacier Peak High School. A junior at the height of 5’11’’, 160 pounds, a wide receiver with 403 total receiving yards, four total touch downs, 33 catches, 5-2 district rank and 50 in WA rank. Castro has been playing...

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