Dave Allemeir bleeds Black and yellow, he was a three sport athlete at Inglemoor High School playing Football, basketball, and track. Dave received all Kingco honors in football his senior year playing both offensive and defensive line wear number 56 for the Vikings. He Graduated in 1979 and moved on to the University of Washington where he played offensive line for two years before a car accident shortened is college career. Dave has been coaching at Inglemoor for over 30 years and teaching almost as long. Dave has coached football, track, girls basketball, and gymnastics. For many of us we do not know Inglemoor with out Dave Allemeir.
Kurt Stottlemeyer was the foundation of the Cougar defensive backfield in 2007 and 2008. He earned All-Kingco first team and All-State first team honors his senior year, leading the Cougars to a quarterfinal playoff birth. A talented receiver and kick returner as well, Kurt helped shut down a potent Viking’s offense to 64 passing yards in a 16-13 victory in the 2007 Rivalry Game. After the 2008 season, Kurt was selected to the first ever USA U-19 Junior National Football Team that went on to beat Canada and earn the Gold Medal. Kurt played four seasons at Yale University, earning a degree in Economics. He currently works as an Investment Banker for Jefferies in New York. Accepting the award on Kurt’s behalf are his parents, Jeff and Kelley, and his brother Derek.