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Girls water polo enters the Boopocalypse

From the Sept. 27 print edition Juliette Deutsch staff writer The girls water polo team has began the year with an unconventional arrangement for its members this season. The team has created its own exclusive club cleverly named Boopocalypse.The pre season club, named after the team`s head coach head coach Robert Bowie, was established to […]

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Normans run over by San Marino offense

Jackson Prince, staff writer  There were nine minutes and 56 seconds left in the fourth quarter. A three-minute drive by the San Marino Titans resulted in merely a field goal, thanks to an exhausted but now aggressive Norman defense. The Titans kick the ball to the Normans and the band began to play the intro […]

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The Jackson Fives: Week Four Fantasy Football Advice

Pickups that will leave your nose-picking fantasy opponents in the dust, as well as this week’s version of “High Fives” and “Low Fives” Jackson Prince, staff writer And just like that, it’s Week Four: a very important week in the fantasy football realm. This week, bye weeks commence, which are obstacles that must be conquered […]

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San Gabriel Pep Rally – Sept. 20, 2013

In anticipation of the first football game of the season against the San Gabriel Matadors, ASB hosted a pep rally on Sept. 23, 2013. During the event, the Marching Band lined up and awaited the arrival of the football team, cheerleading squad and Norman mascot.  Later on, the cheerleaders performed various stunts to the music […]

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Football turns over victory to San Gabriel

Robert Katz Web editor-in-chief   In the football team’s first home game of the season, the Normans lost to the San Gabriel Matadors 6-13 on Friday, Sept. 20. The game served as the beginning of Coach Charlie Stansbury’s journey as Beverly’s new football coach, as well as a test for the team’s new players. A quiet […]

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Boys water polo wins against West Torrance

Zoe Kenealy, staff writer Boys varsity water polo had its first home game of the season against West Torrance High School on Sept. 11, winning 26-6. “Going into the game, we were pretty confident because we had played against West Torrance last year and took home a victory,” senior Justin Kim said. “With that being […]

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Volleyball loses first match, promises new strategies for season

Juliette Deutsch staff writer The girls varsity volleyball squad challenged Rio Hondo in a nonleague home game on Sept. 10. The match put Beverly`s recent changes in their coaching and training techniques to the test. However, Rio Hondo won the game, with the best three sets out of four. Sophomore Sara Neiman explained some of the […]

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New coach revitalizes team

From the Sept. 9 print edition Jackson Prince, staff writer At first glance, the black and orange clad Norman football team looks similar to those of years past. They still don the same helmets, pads and cleats they did last season, and the seasons prior to that. However, what the Beverly players are doing while […]

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The Jackson Fives: Week One Fantasy Football Advice

  Pickups that make you look smarter than your CST scores suggest, as well as this week’s version of “High Fives” and “Low Fives”   Jackson Prince, staff writer As the Sept. 5 showdown between the Denver Broncos and the Baltimore Ravens inches closer, the fantasy football community licks its metaphorical lips in anticipation of […]

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Teens struggle to manage academics, sports

Mabel Kabani, news editor Junior Daeun Lee runs her last lap around the track, her black and pink spikes thumping against the hard hot ground. Though she has sprinted over seven miles in the course of the past few hours in preparation for her track meet, she feels energetic and content. However, the healthy and […]

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