The Madness Returns

Ethan King, Writer

April 7, 2019

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Starting March 19th, the NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament will begin. This yearly single elimination tournament of 68 teams is filled with crazy moments that cause the month to be referred to as “March Madness”. Thi...

A PVHS Tradition Continues

Isabella Firmani, Writer

April 7, 2019

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Cheerleading has been a part of PVHS history for many years and never fails to help support fellow Sea Kings in pep rallies, football games, basketball games, or whatever the event may be. However, each year the cheerleaders and thei...

Max Kelly Plays On

Nikki Ringer, Writer

April 7, 2019

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Switching from soccer to volleyball in 8th grade was something that was easy for senior Max Kelly. Ever since then he continued his volleyball career here at PV. As a senior, Kelly is excited for this year’s season and h...

Palos Verdes Spring Sports in Bloom

Nikki Ringer, Writer

April 7, 2019

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Varsity boys’ baseball was training hard in the months leading up to spring to prepare for their season. This older team has a majority of seniors returning from last year. The 2019 season came around pretty quickly, starting...

CIF Playoffs are Underway

Emily Typrowicz, Assistant Sports Editor

February 21, 2019

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Winter sports at Palos Verdes are coming to an end as CIF playoffs are starting up. This past season all sports had their ups and downs but all five teams made it to the first round of CIF playoffs. Girls’ Basketball had a r...

Rams Season Ends in Disappointment

Ivan Barron, Writer

February 21, 2019

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On February 3, Super Bowl 53 (LIII) kicked off between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams in a tense East Coast versus West Coast showdown. The Super Bowl is the NFL’s championship match and serves as the pinnacl...

NBA All-Star Game Sparks Controversy

Curtis Liu, Writer

February 21, 2019

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The All-Star Game is the highlight of the mid-NBA season. Every year, fans are allowed to vote for up to five players once a day and are given around a month to cast their votes. As always, with every privilege there is a down...

A Sailor’s Life for Grant Coors

Noah Whang and Graydon Leongkaye

February 21, 2019

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Grant Coors began sailing as a freshman and has continued to pursue his passion for it up until his senior year. Originally, he did not know which sport he would pursue in high school. “Eventually I decided on sailing because of the stud...

JV Coach Steps Up

Camila Manis, Writer

December 21, 2018

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As the rosters for the 2018-2019 girls’ soccer team came out, many players wondered whether longtime varsity coaches Sean Lockhart and Jack Gidney would be returning. Since August, young coach Oliver Walsh, who was previously t...

Hitting the Slopes

Isabella Firmani, Writer

December 21, 2018

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Just a few weeks ago, Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort was becoming increasingly concerned about the amount of snow the mountain was receiving. The original opening date was November 8, however, the workers decided to push it to open...

Taking Sports to the Next Level

Curtis Liu, Writer

December 21, 2018

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An insight into PVHS student-athletes playing on the collegiate stage. Sydney Sharp Soccer University of Denver - Division I “I chose DU because I love the location and the team has a really great family atmosphere. In order ...

Cross Country Dominates CIF

Claire Hardesty, Writer

December 21, 2018

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As autumn nears its end, our elite sport teams moved on to their next battle: CIF.  One sport that had an excellent run at CIF was Cross Country.  Cross Country is a regular for CIF qualifications but this year their hopes for a win were high, a...

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