Varsity football wins Homecoming game, first back-to-back win since 2010

Ava Seccuro co-editor-in-chief Donned in orange threads and coming down from their high ensued by a big comeback win against the Cerritos Dons last week, The...

Boys water polo falls to Santa Monica

Sadie Hersh, photo editor The varsity water polo team suffered a defeat to the Santa Monica High School (Samo) Vikings Oct. 14 by a score...

Wrestling finds success at league tournament, looks forward to CIF individuals

Brian Harward staff writer Jason Harward editor-in-chief The varsity wrestling team placed second overall at Bay League finals on Thursday, Feb. 8. With finalists in seven weight classes...

Girls volleyball loses to Culver

Girls volleyball lost to Culver’s varsity team at a home game on Oct. 18. Even with the teams’ efforts throughout the game, they were...

Girls varsity soccer remains undefeated after tie with SAMO

Candice Anvari staff writer Tension, excitement and adrenaline were all palpable as the girls varsity soccer team went up against the Santa Monica Vikings (7-5-1) during...

Varsity wrestling falls to Samo

Rinesa Kabashi staff writer The varsity wrestling team lost against SAMO on Tuesday, Jan. 31; however, the loss did not deter any of the athletes....

Girls tennis overcomes El Segundo

Lucas Harward, staff writer The girls varsity tennis team defeated the El Segundo Eagles by a match score of 15-3. “I think the team performed great...

Leah Shapiro breaks multiple school records

By Arman Zadeh, Staff Writer Junior first baseman Leah Shapiro recently broke multiple school records in a single season of softball. In her first year...

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....

Boys soccer loses to Culver City in final match of season

Audrey Park, staff writer With only 4 minutes left in the game, the Culver City Centaurs scored its second goal, making it nearly impossible for...