Tag Archive | "football"

Chargers move to LA yields no winners

Isaiah Freedman senior sports consultant Boy, do circumstances change quickly. This time last year, Los Angeles, the second largest market in the country, did not have a football team. Fast forward a whole year and our city currently has two: the Rams and now the Chargers. With the Chargers announcing their move last week to […]

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MULTIMEDIA: Turf deterioration concerns athletic community

Sam Bernstein staff writer Natasha Dardashti multimedia editor With concern coming from both staff and athletes, the turf on the Nickoll Field has been a subject of major discourse lately. The turf is over eight years old, and it has been up for debate with the Board of Education. While some say that the turf […]

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Ben Bushman’s death marks legacy in community

Lauren Hannani staff writer Whether he was the physical education teacher, assistant principal or principal, Ben Bushman dedicated a great amount of his time trying to make school worthwhile for both students and teachers. On Nov. 13, Bushman died after working in the district for 38 years, but his contributions to the school and the […]

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Slideshow: Homecoming 2016

Vivian Geilim, opinion editor ASB rose above the construction in order to create a spirited Homecoming. The pep rally took place on the football field during period 4, followed by the carnival-themed tailgate tailgate to warm the crowd up for the big game against Hawthorne where Beverly lost 41-0.

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ASB aspires for increased community participation at Carnival themed homecoming

Benjamin Shofet, co-editor-in-chief ASB has organized various food trucks and games for a Carnival themed homecoming on Oct. 7. They have made an unprecedented effort to bolster attendance to this year’s tailgate and football game. “A major goal of ASB this year is to create an atmosphere that encompasses and embraces the interests of everyone in the […]

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Spirit leading up to first home game of 2016: a week in review

Natasha Dardashti multimedia editor With the end of the first home game, spirit week sums up the Norman pride displayed from Aug. 29 through Sept. 2. During spirit week, Beverly students sported American patterns, Hawaiian tees, pajamas, jerseys and the iconic school colors: orange and black. Although it was only the third week of school, this spirit […]

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Varsity football defeated by Nordhoff in home opener

AJ Wolken staff writer The varsity football team lost its first home game of the season to the Nordhoff Rangers 6-32 on Friday, Sept. 2. Both teams came into the game 0-1, but Nordhoff pulled out a win to even their record to 1-1, dropping Beverly to 0-2. The Normans started out hot, scoring just […]

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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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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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Fantasy Football Forecast: Week 7 Advice

Isaiah Freedman staff writer Guy Ginsberg co-editor-in-chief As the season starts kicking into high gear, some unexpected storylines are coalescing. The Chiefs, Lions and Ravens, teams expected to perform well, have a combined 3-15 record, while teams such as the Jets, Falcons and Panthers have a combined 13-2 record. The NFL is a consistently inconsistent […]

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