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Many Advance to CIF; XC Wins

Graydon Leongkaye, Writer December 3, 2018

When the fall season of athletics began drawing to a close, many teams began preparing for the annual CIF playoffs. This is an opportunity for teams from all sports to prove themselves and end the...

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PV Brings Home the W Against Pen

Emily Typrowicz, Assistant Sports Editor December 3, 2018

The PV-Pen game has been an annual tradition on the hill for years. It is a great way to settle the rivalry of the two high schools, but it also brings the whole community together in an exhilarating way....

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XC Heads to the Races

Claire Hardesty, Writer October 22, 2018

When the starting gun fired, the start of an infamous fight between the best schools throughout California for the title of State Champion began. Cross Country is a sport that doesn’t just challenge...

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Roughing the Passer?

Ethan King, Writer October 22, 2018

The NFL recently implemented a new addition to the “roughing the passer” rule. Their reasoning for this was to protect quarterbacks from injuries that can be sustained from a defensive player putting...

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Stat Students Play Fantasy Football

Nikki Ringer, Writer October 22, 2018

Fantasy football is always an annual tradition every year once the NFL season starts. Players get fantasy leagues ready and teams have to be set. Teams are picked in a simulated draft and the lineup...

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A “Ben” of All Trades

Noah Whang, Sports Editor October 22, 2018

As a kid, Ben Davidson always wanted to be a quarterback. Davidson’s love for athletics was introduced to him at a young age. Growing up as a San Diego Chargers fan, he loved watching players like LaDainian...

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NBA Season is Back

Curtis Liu, Writer October 22, 2018

With the NBA season starting again, we will take a look at the best moves of the offseason and the most exciting teams to watch. On July 1st, 2018, Lebron James’ management company Klutch Sports announced...

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Committed Sea Kings

Emily Typrowicz, Assistant Sports Editor October 22, 2018

Rachel Allen Sophomore Softball University of Notre Dame - Division 1   Why did you decide to commit to this school and what was your deciding factor? “I am committed to the...

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Dodgers in Playoffs

Graydon Leongkaye, Writer October 22, 2018

Instagram has captured the attention of over a billion monthly users, not only feeding personal images but also creating a viable platform for mass advertising.   Their existence has created a problem...

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Red Tide captains Jacob Ramirez, Jack Engstrom, Max Colletti, Erik Anderson, and Noah Delio pump up the crowd.

Return of the Red Tide

Camilla Manis, Writer September 21, 2018

At Palos Verdes High school, the addition of new leaders, rules, and ideas occurs as often as the shift of the ocean tides, especially within in our very own school spirit section, Red Tide. Each year,...

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Varsity Girls' Tennis celebrates their victory at the Golden State Tennis Classic.

Girls’ Tennis Wins Stanford Tournament

Emily Typrowicz, Assistant Sports Editor September 21, 2018

On September 7th and 8th, Girls’ Tennis went to Stanford University to compete in the 4th annual Golden State Tennis Classic. PVHS Varsity Girls’ Tennis crushed all the other teams to win the title....

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Kelsie Grant Takes the Seas

Emily Typrowicz, Assistant Sports Editor September 21, 2018

While most people might travel to Hawaii through an airline, Senior Kelsie Grant and her crew sailed in a race for ten days to Hawaii. Grant grew up sailing with her father and grandfather. Now she...

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