The Point

The Point

The Point

Dodgers Come Close to Win

Graydon Leongkaye, Staff writer November 3, 2017

This past week the Dodgers have had an exciting World Series face off against the Houston Astros. At time of print, the Dodgers and Astros were tied with three wins apiece, bringing it to Game Seven...

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The Annual Battle for the Hill

Noah Whang November 3, 2017

The rivalry between PVHS and Pen has always existed. Although these schools are only about 5 miles apart, students from each school have deep pride and take the rivalry very seriously. The annual...

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Nicole Halverson helps to lead the Red Tide section at a football game.

First Female Captain in Red Tide History

Phoebe Lai and Isabella Ruiz October 5, 2017

For the first time in PVHS history, students now have a female Red Tide leader: Nicole Halverson. A thorough investigation of Palos Verdes High School yearbooks and records shows that for the first...

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Varsity Water Polo Player Dives into Coaching

Emily Typrowitz October 5, 2017

The girls’ water polo and girls’ tennis teams both received new coaches that are impacting the team's’ skills and practices. The girls’ tennis team has started off a great season with new Coach...

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Future Looks Bright for Lakers and Clippers

Noah Whang, Staff writer October 5, 2017

The Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers made many changes to their rosters last summer through the NBA draft, free agency, and numerous trades. The past few years have been horrible for the Lakers. They...

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PVHS Sports Wrap-Up

PVHS Sports Wrap-Up

Jacob Dominguez, Writer February 19, 2017

     It was a jam-packed two weeks of sports here at Palos Verdes High School (PVHS) with boys and girls soccer, surf, and water polo. As they faced rivals Peninsula High School, Redondo Beach Union...

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One Hill

One Hill

Camille Fechner, Writer February 14, 2017

      Palos Verdes High School rivalry with several South Bay schools, but most would argue that our most notable rival is the school on the other side of the hill, otherwise known as Palos Verdes Peninsula...

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A Battle for the Hill

November 11, 2016

Americans are known to love tradition. Many celebrate Thanksgiving with a turkey and pie, have morning routines before work or school, and visit with their relatives on holidays. Traditions can be exciting...

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Landon Donovan’s Return to Soccer.

Carolina Silver, Writer November 11, 2016

These past couple of weeks MLS (Major League Soccer) fans have been questioning if Landon Donovan really has come back out of retirement. Well, the rumors are true, he’s back and will be starting a new...

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OLYMPICS

Hyun Kim, Writer November 11, 2016

Once every four years, countries from all over the world travel to one country to compete in sports to find out which  is the best of them all. This summer, the Olympic games were held in Rio de Janeiro,...

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Kaepernick’s Protest for African Americans Rights

Hania Taduran , Writer November 11, 2016

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has taken a stand by not standing. Before the preseason game with the Green Bay Packers on August 26, as the national anthem played, Kaepernick refused...

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Red Tide and their signature baby powder show reporter Gayle Anderson (dressed as a Cathedral Phantom) who has the most school spirit.

Sea King Football featured on KTLA 5

Sea Kings rallied early morning for KTLA 5 news.
Seren Cho and Audrey Trell, News Editors September 30, 2016

This morning, the famous “I believe that we will win” chant was heard loud and clear as Sea King football was featured in KTLA’s “Friday Night Lights in the Morning” segment with Gayle Anderson....

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