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From Thunder to Warrior

Kevin Durant's change of teams has left fans in shock and anger.
Matt Usui, Writer September 30, 2016

People say he is a traitor to the fans of Oklahoma City, while others say it was about time for him to leave to become more successful in his career. Over the offseason, Kevin Durant, former power forward...

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UCLA v. Stanford

Wrap up of the Ucla vs. Stanford game.
Amanda Houtz, Writer September 27, 2016

     Although a cardinal seems a nonexistent threat to a bruin, the UCLA v Stanford football game this Saturday was a different story.      Taking place in the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, The PAC-12...

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Senior Holt Swings to The Top

Senior Holt Swings to The Top

Sean Koyano and Michael Liu December 18, 2015

For most students at PVHS, sports are just seen as games. However, this is not the case for varsity and nationally ranked juniors tennis player, Brandon Holt. To him, tennis isn’t just a game; it’s...

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A Passion for A Game, Soon to Make History

Andy Kim November 20, 2015

Having the stereotype that history is a boring subject, many students dislike reading and listening to lectures about people that will have no significance to them in their personal life. Not seeing how...

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Girls’ Tennis Swings into season with a new set of coaches

Abby LaPine November 20, 2015

As our PVHS girls’ tennis team prepares to face another season, there are a few more additions to this year’s team. I’m not just talking about the new team mascot, Oakley, a miniature golden...

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Thrown A Curve

Sander Alley June 4, 2015

Although the Palos Verdes High School’s baseball season started roughly, the team gained momentum just in time for the beginning of league games.  The limiting factor for success in past years has been...

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Will Jarret Ever St(r)oll Back On Ice?

Nathan Haring June 4, 2015

Imagine being a national superstar athlete, playing in the National Hockey League for twelve years and winning two Stanley Cups- all while only being 32 years old.  So basically, imagine being Jarret...

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Keeping Up with Koyano

Keeping Up with Koyano

Sean Koyano April 7, 2015

Allen Koyano, a seventeen year old junior here at Palos Verdes High School, has been a part of the school’s basketball program since his freshman year. As a freshman he played for the Junior Varsity...

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Dodgers offseason

Sander Alley April 7, 2015

After a very exciting post-season run, the Dodgers came to a disappointing end in game 6 of the NLCS. The Dodges were favored by many to win the World series because of the great depth throughout the team,...

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LA Kings Season

Sean Koyano April 7, 2015

For as long as anyone could remember, the LA Kings have not always been the best in the NHL. There was a time when the Kings had acquired possibly one of the best players to ever play on the team, and...

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NBA Allstars

Sander Alley February 17, 2015

As the NBA season approaches the All-star Break, many important decisions have to be made. The All-Star ballots were released to the fans in November to choose the top 12 players from each conference....

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CJ Profile

February 17, 2015

While most focus on the puck drop, not many notice the unsung hero in the back. The goalie on the ice, the goaltender. Sophomore Sea King Cj Emery who currently plays for Long Beach Prep is one of the...

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