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Swim Hopes to ‘Dive’rge from Tied Record

WILLIAM RODRIGUEZ Staff Writer Swimming, like the other sports on campus is very competitive and requires a lot of mental and physical commitment. So far throughout the season, the varsity swim team has been practicing daily until 4:30 p.m at Granada Park. The Moors have entered the regular season with …

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JV Girls’ Softball Building Strong Base for Season

BRIANA THAI Staff Writer With ten games left in their season, 13 JV softball players are working diligently alongside the varsity girls, pushing through their season. The girls currently hold an overall record of four wins and three losses. “I am proud to be on this team with such amazing …

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MOOR VS. MOOR: Are professional athletes overpaid?

WESLEY TSAI Staff Writer On behalf of the National Basketball Association, your yearly paycheck is 23 million dollars. The profession of the job is simple — play sports. I believe that athletes such as Kobe Bryant, Carmelo Anthony and Lebron James are getting paid too much for playing sports. Coming …

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Track and Field Begins Season With a Head Start

WESLEY TSAI Staff Writer Having recently placed in two non-league meets and two invitationals, the track and field team have experienced several meets in preparation for meets against league rivals. For events such as shot put, the team took first, second and third place, sweeping the competition. “League is starting …

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Badminton Rallies Throughout Preseason

WILLIAM RODRIGUEZ Staff Writer After a year without much training, Head Coach Luis Brambilla will be leading the badminton team for the 2015 season. After winning three out of 21 matches in the previous season, the refreshed team is remaining optimistic throughout training to boost their chances for success. According …

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Varsity Boys’ Volleyball Prepares Arduously For Upcoming Season

ANHAYTE GUAJARDO Staff Writer While some sports are ending their season, the varsity boys’ volleyball team approaches their upcoming season with new ambition and a success driven mindset. Qualifying to the second round of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) preliminaries last year, the team is optimistic for another rigorous but …

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TSAIBERTRON SAYS: The Real Education Behind Athletics

WESLEY TSAI Staff Writer If you’re a student who craves to be better in sports, say no more. Your answer is not performance-enhancing drugs. According to Mayo Clinic, one in 20 athletes admit to using drugs that help an athlete’s performance. Some of the more popular enhancements used are creatine, …

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Swim Strokes Through Preseason Schedule

WILLIAM RODRIGUEZ Staff Writer After a season without competing in the pool, the swim team is gearing up and training for their Almont League season. After the previous season with new Head Coach Adrian Lopez, Coach B will be taking on this position with Lopez as an assistant coach. The …

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