Winter Sports Shake off the Frost

Claire Hardesty, Sports Editor

December 11, 2019

As the fall sports season closes, winter sports are shaking off the frost and coming out in full force.   After great seasons last year, athletes look to improve and dig further into this upcoming season. Boys’ Baske...

Girls Get New B-Ball Coach

Emily Typrowitz, Reporter

December 11, 2019

Since the winter sports season has started up, Girls’ Basketball gained a new head coach.  The previous head coach was with the team for five years, but is no longer coaching.  Coach Rick Gwinn, the previous junior ...

Horses Go Back to the Stables

Kaylie Harley, Reporter

December 11, 2019

As of last school year, the Equestrian team from PVHS has been disbanded.  The decision was made by the district earlier in 2018 due to presented issues of legal liabilities concerning the team. “Everything in our scho...

Peninsula turns on the Lights

Sarah Liu and Claire Hardesty

October 23, 2019

Bureaucratic and legal blocks that once complicated Friday Night Lights football on the Peninsula were no match for the Panthers on Oct. 4. PVPHS held the first night game on the hill in 13 years. The Panthers cruised their way to a 13-0 win ...

Can’t Catch Her

Nikolas Tempereau, Opinion Editor

October 23, 2019

Savannah Scriven, Varsity runner for PVHS girl’s cross country, recently broke a long standing school record. She finished the Woodbridge sweepstakes race with an astonishing time of 16 minutes 28 seconds and placed sixth overall. “It f...

Boys’ WaPo Climbs the Ranks

Vikesh Dheeriya, Reporter

October 23, 2019

A major factor for Boys’ Water Polo’s wins against Foothill and other great teams was bringing back almost the same exact team from last year. The water polo team only lost two players last year after they graduated. Co...

Wearing Pink for a Purpose

Nikki Ringer, Social Media Editor

October 23, 2019

October is here and teams are wearing pink to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. All fall sports have pink as a part of their uniform to wear during games. “My whole team always has something in mind during games fo...

King Of The Hill: PV-Pen Preview

Jake Brusick, Reporter

October 23, 2019

PV vs Pen is a rivalry unlike any other, in the sense that PV has not lost to the Panthers since 2008. PV comes into this year’s game with a record of 6-2 and are looking to win their 11th straight game against Pen. While Pen comes into this game wi...

Will Teets Running Off to College

Claire Hardesty, Writer

May 22, 2019

After running on the cross country and track teams all four years here at PVHS, Will Teets prepares to run his way to college at Wake Forest University.  Teets has faced incredible adversity but fought through all of it and didn’t stop until he ...

Boys’ and Girls’ LAX Dominate

Emily Typrowicz, Writer

May 2, 2019

High expectations follow the Palos Verdes High School boys’ and girls’ lacrosse teams as they enter the season. Both teams had strong seasons in years past and plan to go even further with this one.  Last season, girls’ lacrosse was knocked out ...

Austin Mone Dives into History

Sarah Liu, Writer

May 2, 2019

In Austin Mone’s first year at Palos Verdes High School, he already has made an impact on the school’s athletics program, becoming the first Sea King diver since the school’s reopening.  At his first high school meet at the Mission...

Tyler Imbach Makes an Early Decision

Nikki Ringer, Reporter

May 2, 2019

In early March 2019, junior Tyler Imbach received boys' athlete player of the week in the Daily Breeze. Along with that, Imbach got MVP for their team that won the El Segundo tournament.  “I was shocked when I got the award and it was crazy even being nominat...