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Varsity football kicks off season with 54-0 loss

AJ Wolken staff writer The varsity football team suffered a season opening loss at the hands of the Oak Park Eagles, 54-0 in their season opener on Friday, Aug. 26, at Oak Park High School. After a busy offseason, which included a completely new coaching staff and a loss of 24 seniors, the football team kicked […]

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Swim takes 7th in CIF competition

Natasha Dardashti social media editor Qualified swimmers swam in a CIF meet atRiverside Community College last week for two days. Overall, the team placed seventh. Girls swim placed sixth, which is four places higher than last year. Boys swim placed 11th, 17 places higher than last year. UCLA bound senior Amy Okada was awarded with her […]

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Boys varsity tennis advances to CIF Round Two

Marty Schnapp co-editor-in-chief Boys varsity tennis pulled out a 16-2 home victory over Fountain Valley during the first round of CIF on Wednesday and will advance to the round of 16. The team was forced to play without junior Jack Harris due to injury. “Overall the team played well, considering we played with an improvised […]

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Varsity Boys Tennis Update

Natasha Dardashti social media editor In last week’s varsity tennis Ocean League Doubles Tournament, a team composed of Adriano Saitta and Johnny Barcohana placed first, beating Jeff Lee and Justin Dubin 6-0, 6-2 in the final. Saitta and Barcohana also beat two teams from Santa Monica High School. The first score was  6-3, 6-1, and […]

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Lakers hire Luke Walton, search for new identity

Isaiah Freedman staff writer After firing coach Byron Scott, who went 38-126 in two underwhelming years on the sidelines, the Lakers have hired Golden State Warriors Assistant Coach Luke Walton. Walton, who played nine seasons as a Laker, had an outstanding 39-4 record filling in for Steve Kerr earlier this season. Even though Walton had […]

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Girls varsity lacrosse defeats Santa Monica in last game

Veronica Pahomova, staff writer Girls varsity lacrosse emerged victorious over rival Santa Monica High School (SAMO) on April 29, a win the team has not been able to celebrate in recent years. Playing a dirty yet rewarding game, as player Sarabeth Tansey described, the team won 8-6. Not only was this much-celebrated game the team’s last […]

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Boys varsity lacrosse falls to Santa Monica in last game

Jason Harward reporter Sophia Goldberg writer The boys varsity lacrosse team lost 15-8 to Santa Monica High School in their last game this past Friday, April 29. The Normans ended their season with a record of 0-7 in league and 2-14 overall. Even though the game ended with a loss, the effort given by the […]

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Kobe’s career concludes, legacy lives on

Max Yera staff writer Kobe Bryant’s historic career in purple and gold came to an end in epic fashion this past Wednesday. The long awaited bittersweet finale was one for the ages as the Laker star concluded his career with a stellar 60-point performance and 101-96 victory over the Utah Jazz. “It was fun to […]

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Track and Field athletes recognized at UCLA Legends

Guy Ginsberg co editor in chief Eighteen track and field athletes were selected to compete in the UCLA Legends Track Invitational at UCLA on Friday, April 1. Amanda Block, Brandon Kim, Jonathan Cohen, Jason Cohen, Shimon Dubner, Yael Balakhane, Mohammed Abikenari, Raehaan Poonja, Noah Lee, Raustin Soltani, Stephanie Ancker, Zoe Hinton, Stanley Wu, Victoria Hanpham, […]

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March Madness mania among students makes mark

Nirav Desai, staff writer “March Madness” used to be sane. Originally referring to the simple unpredictability of the single-elimination NCAA basketball tournament, the phrase has joined the likes of “literally,” “dying” and “literally dying” as terms that have seen their meanings altered since the advent of the Internet. Previously, die-hard fans cried, stressed and cheered […]

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