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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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Athlete’s Corner: Checking in with senior Jessica Majka

Claire Hardesty, Editor-in-Chief October 29, 2020

Q: What are you looking forward to when able to play for PVHS?  A: “I think I speak for everyone on Varsity when I say that we are excited to play Mira Costa again. Last year, we beat Costa on our...

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Will COVID-19 Change the Olympic Games for 2021?

Mallory Meyer, Reporter October 29, 2020

In the middle of this global pandemic, it’s hard to believe that the Summer Olympics will be taking place in Tokyo 2021. Originally, they were scheduled to be held this past summer of 2020, but were...

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Inside the NBA Bubble and its Success

Plus, Lakers come out on top and win championship
Jonathan Liu, Reporter October 29, 2020

March 11th. The Utah Jazz and Oklahoma City Thunder were set to play each other, possibly foreshadowing a postseason matchup. Right before tip off, there was some confusion, as team doctors rushed onto...

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Professional Sports Make a Comeback

McKenzie Olsen, Reporter October 29, 2020

In July 2020 Major League Baseball and NBA basketball announced that they would be back. Both leagues announced that they would be playing shortened seasons with playoffs, and just like that, professional...

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Putting in the Extra Work

Emily Typrowicz, Sports Editor October 29, 2020

When quarantine hit athletes were left with many questions: Would they be back in a few weeks? How could they continue to train? Would they have a summer season?  All questions were left unanswered.  Each...

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Sports:1 COVID-19: 0

Natalie Tholan, Reporter October 29, 2020

COVID-19 has taken much from students and teachers at PV, such as sports. Throughout the time the district was able to put out a starting date and restrictions to practicing sports on the school campus....

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How Will Fans Choose to Remember Kobe?

Curtis Liu, Online Editor March 26, 2020

Since the passing of Kobe Bryant, many Laker fans have been debating between potential statues to remember Kobe. From his arms stretched out on the stands after the 2010 championship to sitting with...

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March Madness: Countdown to the Finals

Gabriella Rudy, Reporter March 26, 2020

The bleachers erupted in cheers as junior Cambell Harrigian sunk her first basket, marking the beginning of ASB’s much anticipated March Madness basketball tournament.  In this annual bracket, teams...

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