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Introducing PVHS’s Newest Sport

Claire Auer, Reporter November 1, 2023

Flag football has been introduced to many Southern California schools.  At PV, it has become very popular within the sports community.  This is the first year there has been an opportunity for...

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The MLB returns with New Rules and a Surprise Contender

James Lew, Reporter April 18, 2023

The MLB regular season is underway.Many fans around the country are excited about the MLB season to begin and to watch their favorite teams compete for the World Series.  The favorites to win this...

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(Photo courtesy of Taj Whitehead)

The Terrific Taj Whitehead

Jonathan Liu, Sports Editor April 18, 2023

As many different high schoolers spend their four years trying to figure out their interests and passions, there are some who have been set on their goals for years.  One is junior Taj Whitehead, a...

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Mackiewicz to the Finish Line

Junior Mikey Mackiewicz clears the competition on the track
Chris Vasey, Reporter April 14, 2023

Junior Mikey Mackiewicz is a cross country and track star.  He started cross country in middle school as a way to condition for soccer, baseball, and basketball.  “Initially, I didn’t expect...

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(Photo courtesy of Ed McClure)

Girls Lax to the Max

PVHS Girls Lacrosse dominates spring season
Quinn Kearns, Social Media Editor April 14, 2023

As the spring sports season is underway, the PVHS girls lacrosse team kicked off their season with a meaningful game.  After a long preseason, the girls started out strong with a huge win in their...

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PVHS Senior Katie Lannon Commits to Westmont College

Kelly Donahue, Features Editor April 14, 2023

At the end of 2022, senior Katie Lannon committed to playing Division One soccer next year at Westmont College in Santa Barbara. Lannon started playing soccer at a very young age when she was three...

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Who do PVHS Students think is the Greatest Basketball Player of All Time?

Jonathan Liu, Sports Editor March 14, 2023

When the casual fan discusses basketball, one thing always comes to mind: who is the Greatest of All Time?  LeBron James or Michael Jordan? Or is it Kobe Bryant, Kareem Abdul Jabbar, or others? To...

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(Graphic by Aaron Propst)

March Madness Preview

The yearly college basketball tournament is on track to live up to the hype
Aaron Propst, Reporter March 14, 2023

In the month of March, the highly anticipated college basketball tournament, March Madness, is held.  Fans around the world deem this as one of the most unpredictable sports tournaments.  68 of...

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(Photo by Sierra Namvari)

PVHS’ Annual Choreo Concert

Students express their emotions through dance
Sierra Namvari, Photography Editor March 14, 2023

Choreo’s annual Spring Concert is coming up this March, with some emotional performances. “I really like the theme this year because I’m a very energetic person which is shown through my dancing,”...

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(Photo by Sierra Namvari)

Hassanein Tops the Charts on the Court

Enna Hosoi, Reporter March 14, 2023

Junior Alex Hassanein started playing basketball early into elementary school, but did not realize his passion until high school.  “I started playing in second grade, but I didn’t really put in...

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(Photo courtsey of Matthew Warter)

Volleyball Senior Matthew Warter Commits to NYU

Lucia Ruiz, Editor-in-Chief February 8, 2023

Students may know senior Matthew Warter not only for his involvement in Live From 205, ASB, and various other activities around campus, but also for his athletic accomplishments.  “I started playing...

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(Photo courtsey of Zoe Shippee)

Zoe Shippee’s Archery Story: Shooting Her Way to the Top

Eva Yancheson, Reporter February 8, 2023

Five years ago, Junior Zoe Shippee was introduced to archery and has been infatuated with it ever since.  She started her journey using a barebow, which is a style of bow that doesn’t have any sights,...

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