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PVHS Basketball Overcoming Preseason Obstacles

PVHS Basketball Overcoming Preseason Obstacles

Aaron Propst, Reporter December 16, 2022

The boys basketball season started this November, but this season is not going to be like the rest with many changes to the coaching staff. Brian Edelman took a leave from his role as varsity head coach...

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(Graphic by Luka Ardón)

Who will Win the World Cup? Argentina vs. France

Luka Ardon, Centerspread Editor December 16, 2022

The World Cup needs no introduction. The biggest sporting event. The best soccer players playing at the world’s largest stage filled with the passion of playing for their nation. The 2022 World Cup has...

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Dribbling Into a New Season With Girls Basketball

Hailey Kim, Reporter December 16, 2022

The girls basketball team is excited for their 2022-2023 season, and it is evident in their practices, teamwork, and team chemistry. This season, with a multitude of new team members and a new head...

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Artificial Turf Affecting NFL Players and Their Health

Jonathan Liu, Sports Editor December 16, 2022

As young athletes around the world sign up to play football, there’s always one catch: injuries.  While injuries have been a part of sports for the longest time and specifically football, fans and...

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Star Athletes: Some of PVHS’ Best Athletes’ Future Destinations

Kelly Donahue, Features Editor December 16, 2022

Senior Tatum Lane committed to playing division one volleyball at the University of San Diego this past June. Lane knew she wanted to play volleyball in college after watching her sister play at UCLA...

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NBA Season Now Underway

James Lew, Reporter November 10, 2022

On Oct. 19, the NBA season officially began, sparking plenty of excitement from sports fans as the league has no obvious superior team as of now. Teams with high aspirations include the Golden State...

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Boys water polo celebrates another win in the pool. (Photo courtesy of Emily Olson)

Another Swimmingly Successful Season for Boys Water Polo

Quinn Kearns, Social Media Editor November 10, 2022

After becoming Bay League champions in last year’s Bay League Tournament, the boys water polo team start the season off strong. The team has continued to maintain their momentum through even some of...

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(Photo courtesy of Mark Thompson)

Girls Tennis Dominates Bay League

Chris Vasey, Reporter November 10, 2022

The PV High Girls Tennis Team are officially Bay League Champions.  The team has had an amazing start to the season so far, losing only a few matches to Arcadia and Westlake and going undefeated in...

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Astros Win the World Series over the Phillies

Aaron Propst, Reporter November 10, 2022

Every October, fans around the world enjoy the suspense of watching the MLB playoffs and players make a name for themselves with great play in a quest for a World Series Championship. Some of PVHS’s...

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PVHS Star Athletes Take it to Next Level

Kelly Donahue, Features Editor November 10, 2022

Senior Melanie Tilles has been playing volleyball since she was in seventh grade.  Tilles decided that she wanted to play volleyball in college during her sophomore year of high school and began...

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Typrowicz is Quick

Co-captain Jake Typrowicz leads the XC pack
Sophie Stoddart, Reporter November 10, 2022

Senior Jake Typrowicz is a decorated cross country runner, leading his teammates to success in many races.  “Three of us ran the 400 meter and we won first, second, and third in it which was a very...

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What Local NFL Team do Students Prefer?

What Local NFL Team do Students Prefer?

Jonathan Liu, Sports Editor October 7, 2022

As NFL football has returned to LA after a few years, both the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers are fighting to determine who really runs the city. For some LA fans, it was an easy choice.  “Well,...

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