The Bothell Cougars and the Inglemoor Vikings will meet for the 48th time in the annual “Spaghetti Bowl” at Pop Keeney Stadium this Friday night. Bothell currently leads the all-time series with a record of 25-22 against the Vikings. The Cougars won last year’s meeting 32-30. The Vikings are on a 10-game losing streak to Bothell and have not beaten the Cougars since 2001.


Danny Thomas


Scott Williams


Scott is a 4.0 student-athlete who has lettered 2 years in football. He is the team’s long snapper for punts and PAT/FG. He also plays linebacker and tight end. Scott is an Eagle Scout and plays in the school’s wind ensemble. He placed 3rd in the state last year for his skill in Trombone playing. Scott plans on attending BYU after graduation.
Syrus Le


Syrus has been a member of the football team for 3 years. He is presently the starting center. Syrus is a full-time student in the rigorous International Baccalaureate Program. He is presently taking IB Physics, Calculus, Japanese, English and History. Syrus is also a leader in the DECCA Program. He does all this while still holding a 3.86 GPA, the highest of all the seniors on the team.


Luke Proulx


Luke played in the Bothell-Inglemoor rivalry game in 2009, his junior season. Luke ran the ball 24 times for 215 yards and 3 touchdowns, leading his team to a 26-0 win over the Vikings. His 43-yard touchdown run in the first quarter started the scoring and the Cougars never looked back. Luke helped lead the Cougars to a 12-1 record and a semi-final appearance in 2009.


Bothell kicked off the scoring quickly with a touchdown by eventual MVP, RB Danny Thomas. There was not a lot of defense the rest of the half, and the score was Cougars 45-21 at halftime. Inglemoor took the kickoff to start the 2nd half but couldn't muster a drive. Bothell continuned the onslaught, eventually winning 66-21.