Making Change

Matthew Gilbertson, Staff Writer

March 12, 2014

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There was once a time when fans could go to a professional baseball game and on average pay just over $10 for a ticket, but what would occur if average ticket prices jumped to $40? The reality is that this “time” was only...

Allow Me to Reintroduce Myself

Matthew Gilbertson, Staff Writer

February 12, 2014

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Sports are often promoted by stating that they keep athletes off the streets and offer them a brighter future. However, one rapper benefited from the opposite, and turned his success that originated from the streets of Brooklyn...

Home Court Advantage

Home Court Advantage

February 12, 2014

Old Teammates, New Rivals

Old Teammates, New Rivals

November 26, 2013

Trojans vs Bruins

Trojans vs Bruins

November 26, 2013

Last Place to First Place Not Enough for Dodger Fans

Matthew Gilbertson, staff writer

November 26, 2013

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Los Angeles is often criticized for having fair-weather fans, but this year many fans seemed to vanish at the first sight of a cloud. The Dodgers had their best season since 2009, not only making the playoffs but coming just a...

Sea King Basketball Hopes to Bound Back

Allen Koyano, Staff Writer

October 28, 2013

Filed under Sports

Palos Verdes High School is known for many great things, but basketball… not so much. The past seasons for the varsity basketball team have been tough and PV has always fallen short against its rival -- Peninsula High School. ...

Shooting to Make a Difference

Chris Kelliny, Staff writer

October 28, 2013

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There are numerous sports teams and programs on campus, but how many truly make a difference in the world? The ex-assistant coach for the Boys Varsity Lacrosse team is looking to use lacrosse as a way to help less fortunate kids....

High Altitudes for High Results

Will Lee, Staff Writer

October 28, 2013

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Palos Verdes High School’s cross country team participates in a fifteen year old summer tradition. That tradition is the Mammoth training camp. Although not started by Palos Verdes High School, it helps Sea Kings become top...

Game On America

Jonathan Dominguez, Staff writer

October 28, 2013

Filed under Sports

Throughout American sports’ history, soccer has long been considered a second-class sport, but times are changing. Soccer has become one of the United States’s favorite sports, and it continues to grow even larger with time....

PVHS Track Training Hard to Go Far

William Lee, Staff Writer

April 9, 2013

Filed under Sports

  Every track season, teams lose veteran athletes as seniors graduate. This year’s PV high track team has many returning star athletes, with a few exceptions in the long distance team. The team has been working hard to repl...

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