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Girls’ Swim Seeks to Make Improvements for the Future

TINA CHEN Staff Writer For the varsity girls’ swim team, the loss of a few talented swimmers has taken its toll in fully demonstrating their abilities to do well. This year, the team admitted many new swimmers and, though they have proven their skills in the water, the lack of …

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Varsity Softball Aspires to Perform Well and to Qualify for CIF

ANGELYNE CHU Sports Editor The varsity softball team begins their spring season with a 7-4 preseason record. Having placed third in Almont League the previous year, the girls are aiming to take the championship this year and move onto the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) playoffs. “Our preseason has been good; …

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Varsity Volleyball Optimistic Towards League Endeavors

SIDNEY AUNG Sports Editor The varsity boysʼ volleyball team approaches their new season with renewed ambition and a success-driven mindset. With rigorous practices, in addition to preseason games for experience, the team is doing all they can to prepare for league. Coming off with a 3-3 preseason record, the team …

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Baseball Determined to Continue Winning Streak

KEVIN KONG Staff Writer The varsity baseball team is anticipating success once again after an eight-year winning streak in the Almont League. The athletes proved their desire for another successful year after earning a 4-1 record in the preseason. On March 2, the team prevailed over Pasadena Polytechnic School in …

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Jimmy Says: So You Donʼt Like Badminton?

JIMMY TANG Copy Editor My initial thoughts before joining the badminton team four years ago included coming up with ways to hide the fact that I played the sport from my peers. Of course, it wasnʼt because I did not enjoy playing the sport; on the contrary, badminton has been …

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JV Swim Hopes to Improve for the Better

TINA CHEN Staff Writer As Southern California continues to experience its crazed weather patterns, JV swim continues to persevere and work hard for their upcoming season. “[We] plan to improve by swimming and preparing [ourselves] mentally and physically for the Almont League. We hope to be better swimmers by the …

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