Although there were heavy rains throughout the game, it did not undermine the 2009 installment of the annual Spaghetti Bowl between the Inglemoor Vikings (4-2) and the Bothell Cougars (6-0).


Luke Proulx


Mitchell Muller


Mitchell Muller is a two-year starter for Bothell and was selected by his teammates to lead them as a team captain. Mitchell carries a 3.58 GPA and is a great leader by example and by voice. He spends his free time assisting with youth football after his high school practices. He is the son of Mary K Muller.
Derek Wagner


Derek Wagner is a two-year letterman on the Inglemoor football team and carries a 3.91 GPA. He is active in school ASB activities and currently holds the position of Boys Athletic Rep. Derek is also a member of the Relay for Life Club, raising money for cancer research. He is pictured with his parents, Donna and Jeffrey.


The rain did play a role in the game as the slippery conditions created nine (9) fumbles and ultimately led to three (3) turnovers. The head coach of the Inglemoor Vikings - Frank Naish - commented before the game - "…rain is a great leveler…" Coach Naish was hopeful that the sloppy conditions would give his team, the clear underdogs, a chance to keep the game close and surprise the Bothell Cougars in the fourth quarter with an upset. The game plan seemed to work during the first half, as the Cougars of Bothell only enjoyed a 12-0 lead and the Vikings were having some success moving the football but had not been able to get on the scoreboard. However, as the second half wore on it was clear the evening belonged to Bothell as they shutout the Vikings of Inglemoor for the second straight year and went on to win 26-0. The eventual MVP of this Great American Rivalry Series game was Bothell junior running back, Luke Proulx, ,who ran for 215 yards on 24 carries and scored an impressive three (3) touchdowns. The game was played at Pop Keeney Stadium in Kenmore, Washington which is home to the high schools that play football in the North Shore School District.