OCTOBER 6, 1997
by Madeline Moore
The Men in Black from Inglemoor continue their drive to stay on top of 4A Kingco Conference football. (4-0). The Viking gridders rallied around Tyson Slick's interception in the 3rd quarter for a 22-17 victory over pre-season favorite Eastlake. Recovering from a tough first half complete with heavy rains, wind and fumbles that left the Vikings behind 17-3, Slick's interception paved the way for QB Tyson Thompson and fullback Justin Magruder to make the comeback. One thing that characterizes this Viking team is consistent effort by both the offense and defense. They play Lake Washington this Thursday at Pop Keeney. Their homecoming is Oct.31 against Bothell.
Coach Dan Bunten and his Bothell Cougars are still looking for their first win after losing to Garfield last week, 33-14. Cougar homecoming is Oct 17th against Eastlake. Falcon Homecoming is this Saturday, and the annual Falcon Frenzy activities are at the Cottage Lake Safeway parking lot from 11a.m. to 2 p.m.Be there for Falcon burgers and Falcon Buzz Cuts.
Led by senior Amanda Lim, the Falcon lady soccer team is now in firstplace after beating Roosevelt 2-1. They lead the Mountain Division of Kingco 4A. The Inglemoor Vikings have moved up from 3rd to a tie for 2nd after beating Redmond 2-0. Redmond took another beating from Northshore last week after losing 6-0 in volleyball to Bothell Cougars, the Lake Division leader of Kingco 4A. Inglemoor and Woodinville are tied for 1st place in Kingco Mountain Division play after beating Garfield and Franklin.
The 6th Annual Pacific Northwest Fall Basketball Classic will be Saturday, Oct. 25, at the Everett Community College Sports and Fitness Fieldhouse in Everett. The tournament fee is $150 per team Call Tim Oshie at Pacific NW Sports at 425-290-8966.