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Demographic Size of Girls’ Basketball

Michael Liu February 17, 2015

The Kings of the Sea have claimed Palos Verdes High School home. These kings have excelled in the sciences, the fine arts, and of course, sports. This amazing school is highly known for its sophisticated...

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NBA Preview

Sean Koyano, Writer October 31, 2014

After a long summer of training and hard work the players of the National Basketball Association are getting ready for the war to the championships. This also means there will be many trades going on between...

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Bandwagon Come to Play

Michael Liu, Writer October 31, 2014

When the Los Angeles Kings hockey team makes the playoffs, suddenly cars are adorn with team flags and people who can’t name a single player on the Kings start watching or attending games, cheering excitedly...

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Athlete of the Month: Zack deCiutiis

Athlete of the Month: Zack deCiutiis

Chris Kelliny, Staff Writer June 9, 2014

Palos Verdes Senior Zack deCiutiis is having a monstrous baseball season, and has put together a breakout season at the plate. The Seaking outfielder started playing baseball at the age of eight and has...

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Madeleine Porter-Athlete of the Month

Jonathan Dominguez, Staff Writer June 9, 2014

Bro, do you even LAX?  This girls’ lacrosse team has had a great season, and senior low-attacker Madeleine Porter helped its success.  Porter takes lacrosse very seriously and has a special connection...

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The Dodger Blues

Sander Alley and Nathan Haring, Staff Writers June 9, 2014

After a very uplifting and positive season, a large portion of the Los Angeles Dodgers fans cannot watch games due to a television blackout. The Dodgers organization signed a 25 year deal valued at seven...

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Meet Sea King’s Sophomore Pitcher Sander Alley

Meet Sea King’s Sophomore Pitcher Sander Alley

Lauren Mueller March 12, 2014

Sophomore Sander Alley strode to the mound and provided the relief pitching to secure last week’s win over Torrance 8-4. The Point briefly spoke with Sander about his game. What is it like being a...

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Nama(stay)ing in the Zone

Diamond Naga Siu, Staff Writer March 12, 2014

Breathe in slowly and hold it… Now exhale. Let your body begin to relax, and follow what I do. Namaste. Although yoga is not practiced competitively, it is an increasingly popular training option...

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Making Change

Matthew Gilbertson, Staff Writer March 12, 2014

There was once a time when fans could go to a professional baseball game and on average pay just over $10 for a ticket, but what would occur if average ticket prices jumped to $40? The reality is that...

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Athlete of the Month: Riley Morgan

Athlete of the Month: Riley Morgan

Allen Koyano, Staff Writer March 12, 2014

Riley Morgan has achieved much in her life, but her greatest accomplishment so far was winning the 2013 Bay League Doubles Tournament with her long-time doubles partner Nicole Scotten. There were many...

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Allow Me to Reintroduce Myself

Matthew Gilbertson, Staff Writer February 12, 2014

Sports are often promoted by stating that they keep athletes off the streets and offer them a brighter future. However, one rapper benefited from the opposite, and turned his success that originated from...

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Home Court Advantage

Home Court Advantage

William Lee, Staff Writer February 12, 2014

Chants, cheers, and rocketing energy levels: these are telltale signs that Red Tide is in the house. This support is imperative, because a sport team’s win goes beyond the skills and strategies of...

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