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Problems with the Controversial Qatar World Cup

Grace Wallen, 1st Year Reporter

February 13, 2017

Filed under Sports

Holding the world cup in Qatar has been a questioned move since it was announced back in 2010. The announcement was very unexpected, and many believed that there was some sort of motive behind it. There have been many accusations...

A Proposed Bill Allows Fans to Bring Guns into Washington Stadiums

Tionna Taylor, 1st Year Reporter

February 13, 2017

Filed under News, Sports

A recent bill that allows fans to bring in concealed guns into Washington State stadiums, such as Century Link and Safeco Field, has been proposed by Republican Representatives Matt Shea, David Taylor, and Bob McCaslin. Their...

The KR Chatelaines Are Starting to Prepare for State Competition in March

Tionna Taylor, 1st Year Reporter

February 13, 2017

Filed under Sports

  The Kentridge Chatelaines have had a great start to their year, but now they want to start to focus on March’s state competition, in Yakima, to defend their championship title. The girls’ all want to make sure that...

Chargers Race to State

Owen Paznokas, First Year Reporter

February 13, 2017

Filed under Sports

The Kentridge charger basketball team is currently ranked #3 in the NPSL for division 4 basketball and since there is a large amount of 4A schools in the conference that is something quite noteworthy to say. Currently the Chargers have ...

5 weird sports you probably never heard of

Lada Semenova, 1st Year Reporter

February 10, 2017

Filed under Sports

For ages around the world, people have invented many things to pass times to keep them entertained. Sports have always been a big part of human cultures, with many sports originating centuries ago and being handed down to us today in their modern incarnatio...

Quidditch

February 10, 2017

Filed under Sports

The premise of Quidditch is to score more points than the other team and catch the Golden Snitch. It is played in the air on flying broom sticks, with two teams, seven people on each team, four positions, four balls, and three different types of balls. There are ...

The Fight to Bring Sonics Back

Grace Wallen, First Year Reporter

December 15, 2016

Filed under Sports

Back in May, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russel Wilson tweeted “Baffling this amazing city doesn’t have the #SuperSonics Bring them back! Seattle Loves Basketball! Seattle deserves an NBA team”. Wilson’s tweets cam...

Kentridge Water Polo Team Makes a Splash in the 2016-2017 Season

Olivia Cowley, First Year Reporter

December 15, 2016

Filed under Sports

The Kentridge Water Polo team arguably had one of the best seasons KR has ever seen, going undefeated in their regular season, accomplishing so much as a team, as well as having players grow as individual swimmers. The Ken...

Kentridge Varsity Girls Soccer Players Discuss Their Journey on the Team

Tionna Taylor and Olivia Cowley

December 15, 2016

Filed under Sports

The Varsity girls’ soccer team have been league champions four years in a row, and this year the players spoke about their journey through this season and others and their possibility of state. The seniors also explained their...

The Wait for Judo

Sketcher Ridpath, First Year Reporter

November 10, 2016

Filed under Sports

Kentridge’s Judo team is expecting many good participants this year. Mainly because in their last 13 years, they went to state every time. Judo is both a physical and mental martial art that started in Japan. Judo was...

Sparkle Takes Spotlight

Katie Freeman, First Year Reporter

November 10, 2016

Filed under Sports

When you think of the word sparkle, you could think of bright and flashy pieces that are hard to miss. Well that’s exactly what the Kentridge Sparkle Cheer team is. The team has been a part of at KR for about 3 years...

The Success of Girl’s Swim & Dive

Priscille Umba, First Year Reporter

November 10, 2016

Filed under Sports

What makes swimming and diving fun? To Megan Ogdon, a freshmen swimmer, swimming is fun because you get to swim with girls in different grades. For Haley Childress, a senior Captain swimmer, it’s being there for the younger...