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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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CIF Spring Sports Conclude

Ivan Barron, Writer May 2, 2019

PV High has always dominated in athletics, and with outstanding performances from all teams in the fall, the Spring season has brought further success to PV sports. Both Boys' and Girls' Varsity...

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This Ain’t Her First Rodeo

McKinley Pieper, Photo Editor May 2, 2019

PVHS junior, Ella Petak, is a world champion horseback rider who has won numerous titles for Western Riding and Horsemanship. She has committed to Texas A&M on a college scholarship as well.  Petak...

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The Madness Returns

Ethan King, Writer April 7, 2019

Starting March 19th, the NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament will begin. This yearly single elimination tournament of 68 teams is filled with crazy moments that cause the month to be referred to as...

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A PVHS Tradition Continues

Isabella Firmani, Writer April 7, 2019

Cheerleading has been a part of PVHS history for many years and never fails to help support fellow Sea Kings in pep rallies, football games, basketball games, or whatever the event may be. However,...

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Max Kelly Plays On

Nikki Ringer, Writer April 7, 2019

Switching from soccer to volleyball in 8th grade was something that was easy for senior Max Kelly. Ever since then he continued his volleyball career here at PV. As a senior, Kelly is excited for...

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Palos Verdes Spring Sports in Bloom

Nikki Ringer, Writer April 7, 2019

Varsity boys’ baseball was training hard in the months leading up to spring to prepare for their season. This older team has a majority of seniors returning from last year. The 2019 season came around...

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