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A Year without Kobe

Curtis Liu, Online Editor February 5, 2021

On January 25, 2020, as LeBron James scored his 33644th career point against the Philadelphia 76ers, he reached another career milestone: passing the great Kobe Bryant for third on the All-Time points...

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What’s Your Superstition?

Emily Typrowicz, Sports Editor February 5, 2021

Superstitions are a big part of an athlete’s mental game. They can vary from never washing game socks to listening to their favorite song before a game. A superstition is a developed routine that must...

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CIF Cancels Fall Sports Playoffs

Mallory Meyer, Reporter February 5, 2021

CIF announced Tuesday, Jan. 19 they were cancelling playoffs for all fall sports due to COVID-19 and to ensure the safety of many.  In response to sports cancellations, parents, students, and community...

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The Road to the Big Game

Super Bowl prediction: KC- 34, TB-26
Jonathan Liu, Reporter February 5, 2021

In 2020, with the COVID-19 pandemic taking over the world, all major sports were in jeopardy, especially football.  As the NFL figured out their different health and safety protocols and ways to battle...

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Putting in The Work

Athletes work hard at their game, despite the sports season’s unknowns.
Alexa Dox, Reporter December 11, 2020

Athletics at PVHS has been a major attribute to the high school experience for some students. However, due to COVID-19, coaches, athletes and administrators have had to get creative in order to try to...

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As Cases Rise, What is in Store for PVHS Athletes?

Mallory Meyer, Reporter December 11, 2020

PVHS is currently following the guidelines of the LA County Department of Public Health for Youth Sports Leagues and K-12 School Reopening protocols. LA County has been in the “purple” tier causing...

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Got Tryouts?

McKenzie Olsen , Reporter December 11, 2020

More than half of the student body at Palos Verdes High School participate in athletic programs on campus during the school year. 2020 has been an unprecedented year to say the least. Like everything...

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College Football Tackles COVID-19

Jonathan Liu, Reporter December 11, 2020

2020 has been known for its unpredictability, and the return of College Football has definitely fit that narrative.  As the COVID-19 pandemic carried into the fall, the college football season was in...

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NFL Fumbles with COVID-19 This Season

Jonathan Liu, Reporter November 18, 2020

“I am concerned. My wife is pregnant. NFL Training camp is about to start. And there’s still No Clear Plan on Player Health & Family Safety. We want to play football but we also want to protect...

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Athlete’s Corner: Aidan Wattson commits to USC for Division 1 Water Polo

Vikesh Dheeriya , Reporter November 18, 2020

Senior Aidan Wattson committed to the University of Southern California to play water polo for the No. 2 ranked team in NCAA. Wattson’s water polo career started when he was ten practicing with Palos...

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Dodgers Take Home the Win!

First Championship Since 1988
Ethan King, Reporter November 18, 2020

The MLB season was set to begin on March 26, but like almost everything else it was put on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  In early July, the league made plans to begin a “restart” with regular...

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Getting Back in the Groove

McKenzie Olsen , Reporter November 18, 2020

Palos Verdes High School is not only well known for its academics, faculty, and location, but also its dominant sports programs.  In typical years our sports programs would be in full swing between training...

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