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Varsity swim defeats Brentwood

Sophia Goldberg, staff writer Both the boys and girls relay teams and two individual swimmers, Jamie Dodd and Amy Okada on the varsity swim team, qualified for CIF following the swim meet on March 17, 2016. The meet was held at Brentwood School, and the head coach for Brentwood, Robert Bowie, coached the Beverly swim […]

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Boys lacrosse defeats Jordan in lopsided victory

Max Yera staff writer The boys varsity lacrosse team defeated the Jordan High Panthers 17-0 this past Wednesday, March 9. The win put the Normans’ record at 2-1 for the preseason. Though the Panthers are not a particularly strong team, the Normans entered the game with the mindset to play hard and win. “We go […]

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Boys varsity volleyball falls to Windward School

Sadie Hersh co-editor-in-chief The boys varsity volleyball team fell to Windward School in their first game of the season on March 8 at the opposing school. The team was defeated in three sets. This losswill help the team see where it needs improvement. Middle Elliot Labib felt enthusiastic about the team’s match. “I felt excited […]

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Lakers fans’ hope resurging

Isaiah Freedman staff writer For a good chunk of the 2015-2016 campaign, the Lakers were a mess. There was a clear stagnation of growth from their young prospects, the realization that the glory days were clearly gone and a franchise player who was physically disintegrating by the day. Top all that off with a 9-41 […]

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The Cho-sen one

Sadie Hersh co-editor-in-chief “It’s Cho-time!” the Norman Nation roars as freshman phenom Kevin Cho swiftly sinks a three-pointer. Cho may be the shortest player on the boys varsity basketball team, standing at 5 foot 9 inches, but his skill surpasses other first year students, as he is the only freshman to be on the varsity team […]

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Freshman parks spot on girls varsity water polo starting lineup

Jamie Kim, staff writer She treads in the water, overseeing the entire game from the goalie’s net. Amid the chaos that ensues during each match, freshman Jean Park has only one thing on her mind: to block that yellow ball from whizzing past her into the net. Park, a newcomer to the sport of water […]

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Varsity wrestling competes in Bay League Finals, prepares for CIF

Jason Harward, graphics editor The varsity wrestling team competed in their final meet on Thursday, Feb. 11 in Bay League Finals at Santa Monica High School, sending six wrestlers into CIF. Both captains, seniors Elijah Klapper and Mohamad-Reza Sadeghi, advanced to CIF competition for their weight class. Klapper, who took first place in the 195 […]

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Varsity girls water polo puts up fight in final game of season

Ben Shofet, Business Manager In their final game of the season, girls water polo, lost 6-11 against Culver City on Thursday Feb. 10. “I am really proud of the team’s performance,” junior Veronica Karlin said. “Even though we didn’t win, I think we improved a lot. There were some awesome goals and great defensive plays. […]

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Ultimate Super Bowl 50 Preview

Isaiah Freedman staff writer   Super Bowl 50, featuring the Carolina Panthers against the Denver Broncos, is set to take place this Sunday, Feb. 7 at Levi Stadium in San Francisco. The game will be broadcasted on CBS. As with any Super Bowl, there are tons of juicy narratives floating around before the big game. This […]

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Boys soccer falls to Hawthorne, looks ahead to Santa Monica

Jason Harward, graphics editor Boys varsity soccer came up short 2-1 in an intense home defeat at the hands of Hawthorne on Wednesday, Feb. 3. The loss makes their record 0-7, but coach Rick Minars doesn’t see the performance as a total negative, as he was impressed by improved teamwork and fluidity on offense which […]

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