The Ingy Awards are almost here and we are looking for your videos to create a highlight reel for the event! Send us your best video representing Ingraham Athletics.
Videos should be NO MORE than 20 seconds (preferably shorter).
Videos can be of you or your team or your coach, fans or whatever you want — they can be of highlights from a game, a trick shot, a team celebration — whatever you think shows true Ingraham Pride!
You can grab old game film of an amazing play, shoot a new video with teammates on your phone or whatever sparks your creativity!
Send all submissions here: email@example.com
Please submit by May 29th!
Meanwhile, all student athletes, please plan to attend the Ingy's and sit with your team and coaches! Doors will open at 6:30 pm and the program will begin at 7pm. Stick around to pick up your sport pin (if you don't already have) or your letter if you are a first-time letter winning athlete!
Congratulations to Girls Water Polo on winning their first game at the State D1 tournament! They will continue in the tournament through Saturday afternoon.
The next game is Friday, 5/24 at 1:30pm against Bainbridge Island. All games will be at Curtis High School Aquatic Center in Tacoma.
Tickets are $4 for students, $3 for seniors, and $8 for general public.
State bound IHS players: Erin Anderson, Clara Blanchard, Isla Boyle, Ariana Cory, Ruby Dirks, Sophie Kosev, Elli Latorelle, Katherine Rea, Karlee Taylor, Zoe Wheeler, Eliza Wilkins
Girls Water Polo at State Tournament
36 athletes represented Ingraham at Metros--several qualifying in multiple events--with a vigorous cheering section in the stands! Success at Metros brought out some gritty performances at Districts from Nathalie Shoji, Kali Davis, Rodrick Nichols, Blake Yasui, and Nash Pearson, with Charlie Orth (800m, 4x400 relay), Diandre Morfin (Long Jump, 4x400 relay), Gabby Hubble (100m hurdles), and Sam Levy (4x400 relay) making it through to District Finals.
Qualifying for the State Championships, which take place this week in Tacoma, are Nola Farrell (4th in the Triple Jump) , Sam Orth (2nd in the 1600m), and Anya Hirschfeld--District champion in both the 1600m and 800m!!
Thanks to all track coaches and parents, school staff who have supported all the track meets held this spring at Ingraham!
Good luck in the State Meet, Rams Runners!
The Ingraham ultimate girls’ ultimate program won the Pioneer Valley Invite - the largest Girls' Ultimate tournament in the World in Northampton, MA this past weekend.
Way to Go Rams!
Ingraham won the first regional game and was eliminated in the 2nd game of the day. Congrats to seniors who graduated and all the players for making it this far!
State playoff bracket can be found here
The baseball team fell just short of beating O'Dea for the Metro League Championship title on May 10th with a final score of 3-4.
Great article in the Times about the team published just before the Metro League Championship game
All welcome! The annual meeting will have end of year wrap-ups including new board member elections, preparations for the coming year.
IABC Board recruitment for next year 2019-20:
Hey Parents - we need your help to keep sports running as smoothly as possible for our coaches and student athletes. Please consider joining the crew of the Ingraham Athletic Booster Club as a liaison to your student's sport and/or as a board member.
We have a lot of open positions for the coming school year.
We are looking to fill several key positions:
Elections will be held at the IABC Annual Meeting on Monday, June 10th.
For more information, please contact Lisa White. Go RAMS!
this Instagram account has frequent updates and posts, all by Ingraham students. The Instagram account to follow is: theihsherd
From your phone's app store, search for Ingraham High School and look for the ram head over the block blue "I". All kinds of school news and updates found here!
If you're on Facebook, please ask to join the IngrahamRamFans group for IHS sports-related updates, info and images from our peoples as they happen.
Congratulations to the Boys Soccer team for their Academic Performance!
The Ingraham Athletic Booster Club is a 501(c) 3 non-profit and donations are tax-deductible beyond any cost of goods or services (team fees are not a donation)
The IABC tax ID number is: 85-1599207
If you made a donation in 2018, but did not receive a receipt (for tax deduction purposes), please email a description of your donation inquiry (approx donation date, event, form of payment) and send to the IABC Treasurer at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you attended the Champions Breakfast, please read:
The Ingraham Athletic Booster Club (IABC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit and your donations are tax-deductible. Breakfast tickets are only deductible over the cost.
You will receive a receipt in the mail for tax purposes for the value of any donations.
Your support helps us to build a greater community for all of our student athletes at Ingraham High School. Thank you!
New this year to Ingraham Coach Dashawn Patrick was voted Coach of the Year for Metro League for Baseball 2019.
The Rams were runners up to the Metro League title. See article about the team in Seattle Times from May 10, here.
The online system called SchoolPay allows families to pay athletic fees online. You can access SchoolPay on your student's SOURCE account. It's easy to use and doesn't require a separate password. Cash and checks still accepted in Ms. Medina's office.
These would be payments like the ASB $50 fee. Ask your coach or parent reps whom to pay for specific fees if you are unsure. Some team funds are collected and will go through the team's booster club account (not part of SchoolPay).
THIS IS TOTALLY SEPARATE FROM THE BOOSTER CLUB's FINANCES. IABC/ingrahamathletics.org is posting this as a courtesy since IHS student athletes need to pay the ASB fee 1x/year, and they can pay through SchoolPay.
Any team fees or gear purchase specific personal checks must be made payable to:
Ingraham Athletic Booster Club or IABC
Team designations should be made in the Memo line at the bottom left of the check, not in the 'payable to' line.
This is what the yard signs look like. Ask for one!
How to get your hands on this stuff? Well, you could come to the next booster club meeting, the Ram Shack during basketball when open or email your order to email@example.com. We'll work out the details via email.
Letter jackets are making a comeback!
If your student athlete is requesting a jacket, Ingraham's supplier is National Achiever. They are located in Everett. Ingraham is in the drop-down list of schools on the link to letter jackets.
Cost shown for jacket before tax & extras is $242.95
Patches for available to order for your sport. FYI - The IABC purchases and gives away the "I" varsity letters and pins for sports at the Ingys each June, but if you didn't get yours last year, reach out to us at our email firstname.lastname@example.org. (Varsity athletes from 2018-19 fall, winter & spring sports will need to wait until the Ingy's this June 2019!)
IABC posts this link as a courtesy only. IABC does not profit from any orders placed to National Achiever.
Don't just shrug and wonder. Please email email@example.com with any comments, photos, PRAISE, questions, etc.
This website is run by very human volunteer Ingraham parents.
Signs for business supporters - Do you have a retail/public business and want to display your Ram Pride? Email to ask us for one of these.
Businesses who supported our concession stand project with their in kind donations. THANK YOU!
The NCAA posts some stats on post-high school participation.
To be eligible to play Division 1 or 2 athletics, you need to apply for eligibility. See information here:
IHS swim team thanks the IABC and ASB for their new timing system.
Team Pages (click the link)