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A New King in the East

A New King in the East

By Andre Rodas, Writer

Updated May 28, 2019


Filed under Athletics, Basketball, Featured Articles

Even with the odds against them Kawhi Leonard and the Toronto Raptors were able to take down the Milwaukee Bucks.

Westbrook’s Historic Night

Westbrook’s Historic Night

By Andre Rodas, Writer

Updated April 4, 2019


Filed under Athletics, Basketball, Featured Articles

Russell Westbrook goes off on the Lakers and gets 20/20/20 in a game which he dedicates to the late rapper Nipsey Hussle.

The Beard vs. The Greek Freak

The Beard vs. The Greek Freak

By Andre Rodas, Writer

Updated April 2, 2019


Filed under Athletics, Basketball, Featured Articles

This year both James Harden and Giannis Antetokounmpo are putting great numbers as the race for NBA MVP heats up.

A Giant Trade for Odell

A Giant Trade for Odell

By Joseph Hernandez, Staff Writer

Updated March 25, 2019


Filed under Athletics, Blogs

After a spectacular first five year stint in New York, the New York Football Giants have traded Odell Beckham Jr., the league’s second highest paid receiver, to the Cleveland Browns. The once dismal Cleveland Brown offense has now the most explosive offense in the league on paper.

Dloading is Complete

Dloading is Complete

By Andre Rodas, Writer

Updated March 22, 2019


Filed under Athletics, Basketball, Featured Articles

When D’Angelo Russell was traded to the Nets by the Lakers, the whole basketball world was shaken. It went on to be the best thing that has ever happened to his career.

Next Big Thing?

Next Big Thing?

By Josh Updegraph and Joseph Hernandez

Updated March 15, 2019


Filed under Athletics, Boys Basketball

Zion Williamson has dominated the competition his whole life and will look to do the same in the NBA.

Football Lives On

<b>Football Lives On</b>

By Josh Updegraph and Joseph Hernandez

Updated March 14, 2019


Filed under Athletics, Featured Articles, Football

Pro wrestling monopolist Vince McMahon blesses football fans around America as his newfound spring football league promises to keep the same level of excitement as the NFL throughout the NFL offseason.

The Controversial Run of Kareem Hunt Continues

<b>The Controversial Run of Kareem Hunt Continues</b>

By Joseph Hernandez and Josh Updegraph

Updated March 13, 2019


Filed under Athletics, Football

After the controversial video of Hunt assaulting a woman caused his release from the Kansas City Chiefs last November, the talented running back hopes to erase his rueful past with great plays both on and off the field.

Strong Start to the Track Season

<b>Strong Start to the Track Season</b>

By Devin Tse and Josh Updegraph

Updated March 7, 2019


Filed under Athletics, Track & Field

The Track and Field team sprints a head start in the season.

A Championship Ending

<b>A Championship Ending </b>

By Devin Tse and Josh Updegraph

Updated February 28, 2019


Filed under Athletics, Basketball, Featured Articles, Girls Basketball

The Girls Basketball Team captures their first championship in school history

An Up to Par Season

<b>An Up to Par Season</b>

By Joseph Hernandez and Joshua Updegraph

Updated February 11, 2019


Filed under Athletics, Boys Golf, Golf

As spring approaches, the Boys Golf team hopes its offseason training and previous experience lead to another hole-in-one season. With a new interim coach, the team will rely on it’s veteran players to maintain solidity—specifically on seniors such as Reggie Gervacio

The Dynasty Continues

<b>The Dynasty Continues </b>

By Devin Tse, Sports Editor

Updated February 6, 2019


Filed under Athletics, Featured Articles, Football

After much anticipation for a high scoring Super Bowl, defense was the name of the game in the lowest scored Super Bowl in history.

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