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Student Athletes Face Tough Decisions with Conflicting Schedules

Gael Loor, Staff Writer February 24, 2021

When COVID cases started rising in Washington State, Governor Jay Inslee took action by limiting activities that would put people at risk of contracting the virus. Many people transitioned to working from...

Seattle Prep students' favorite places to exercise outdoors in Seattle.

Seattle Prep Students Share Favorite Places to Exercise

Delphine Mock, Staff Writer February 24, 2021

During these strange times, many people have felt isolated. With sports being restricted, there are fewer outlets for students to exercise in particular. After spending long periods of time cooped up indoors,...

When trapped inside due to quarantine, online workouts can be just the thing to lift the spirits and maintain physical fitness.

Sydney’s Top TEN: Dance Fitness Channels

Sydney Leardi, Staff Writer February 21, 2021

Being at home has tested students fitness motivation. As much as many like working out, it can be difficult to find workouts that are fun and engaging. Many all-time favorite workouts are dance ones, so...

A Peloton cycling class led by Cody Rigsby


Hannah DeGroot, Staff Writer February 16, 2021

Covid-19 has taken a significant toll on people’s mental and physical health, so how do some teachers stay in shape? Some use a Peloton bike. For those unfamiliar, Peloton is a studio cycling bike...

In-stride Online: How the Prep HEX Department is Navigating COVID

Cara Weigand, Staff Writer February 9, 2021

Seattle Prep teachers from the Health and Exercise Department have risen to the challenge of navigating online classes with a variety of creative and engaging solutions. With the first semester being almost...

Ms. Ritchie’s Triathlon Triumph

Ms. Ritchie’s Triathlon Triumph

Eamon Mohrbacher, Staff Writer December 16, 2020

Eighty of anything is a lot, but eighty triathlons? That is insane! Ms. Ritchie is a Health and Exercise Science Teacher at Seattle Prep, and she is also a successful, committed athlete. Testing endurance,...

Carlie Lindsay training for Crew on Lake Union.

Covid-19 Impacts College Recruiting Process

Jack Coleman, Staff Writer December 16, 2020

Every year colleges judge student-athletes based on their athleticism and skill in their respective sports. Although sports seasons were and are canceled indefinitely, Colleges still found ways to determine...

Three Prep Athletes Commit to Collegiate Athletics

Three Prep Athletes Commit to Collegiate Athletics

Natalie Nowak, Online Editor December 14, 2020

November 11th, 2020 marks a very important day for three Seattle Prep seniors—Nick Kuebler, Maddie Mooney, and Tamia Stricklin—signing day. The recruiting process for these athletes ranged from roughly...

How are the New Lockdown Restrictions Impacting Sports and Co-Curriculars?

Olivia Manning, Staff Writer December 14, 2020
“I kind of knew that my on-stage acting career at Prep was probably over.”

Students Adapt to New Sports Practice Formats

Caroline Casey, Staff Writer November 23, 2020

Sports have been one of Prep’s biggest losses with the pandemic, and many student athletes have been eager to resume their favorite activities. As for now, the WIAA (Washington Interscholastic Activities...

Club vs High School Soccer: The New Normal

Kelsey Hamilton, Staff Writer November 20, 2020

Before COVID, cheering and shouting could often be heard a couple of blocks away from a sports field. This spring, the fields went quiet and still due to COVID, though they are finally coming back to life...

Prep’s Female Athletes Find Motivation in Weekly EmpowHER Hours

Prep’s Female Athletes Find Motivation in Weekly EmpowHER Hours

Natalie Nowak, Online Editor November 10, 2020

When the word “athletics” comes to mind, many students are likely quick to think about their workouts, drills, practices, and gameday. However, Varsity Girls Lacrosse Coach and Prep faculty member,...

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