Football Team Will Face Liberty, With Playoff Hopes On the Line

By Alex Levin


Friday, Oct. 19, the Islander football team will face off in an important home match against the Liberty Patriots. Players hope to keep fans on their feet as they fight for a spot in the King County playoffs. With a 6-1 record, losing this game may take the team out of playoff contention.

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Week in Review October 1-5

By Isabel Funk and Hannah Whobrey MIHS News: Leading up to Homecoming on Saturday, October 6, MIHS students participated in a “Decades” themed spirit week, based on the dance theme, “Blast From the Past.” The week concluded with the Homecoming assembly, the parade and the Homecoming game on Friday, October 5. The themes were: Monday: Tie Dye (70s) Tuesday: Neon/Color Wars (80s) Wednesday: Denim (90s) … Continue reading Week in Review October 1-5

You Can’t Say No to a Homecoming Ask, Right?

By Tahssya Avant


Your friend has been working on his Homecoming ask for over a week — buying the flowers, making the sign, even practicing how to ask in the mirror. You’ve never seen him talk to the girl he’s asking (okay, maybe once, in seventh grade) but you know that he really likes her, so you encourage him. After all of his preparations, the day finally comes. He makes his move: “Will you go to Homecoming with me?”

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Week in Review September 24-28

By Isabel Funk and Hannah Whobrey MIHS News: The new OSPI-conforming schedule was put into practice on Monday, September 24. Commended scholars were announced. Homecoming royalty voting opened on Wednesday, September 26. The court will be announced next week. The post-game mosh pit was converted into “Fifth Quarter” on Friday, September 28, following safety concerns from the district’s liability lawyers. According to the new rules, … Continue reading Week in Review September 24-28

Mosh Pits in Jeopardy; To Be Replaced With “Fifth Quarter”

By Grady Short


Just before school ended on Friday, Sept. 28, school administration called together an emergency meeting of student government, marching band, and spirit groups.  This discussion centered around the possible cancellation of a school spirit tradition that has existed for over 20 years: school-wide mosh pits after home football games. Continue reading “Mosh Pits in Jeopardy; To Be Replaced With “Fifth Quarter””