Moors Reach CIF Second Round

VINCENT LIN Co-Sports Editor For the sixth year in a row, the varsity baseball team has claimed the regional Almont League title and finished their California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) run. For varsity, with a 14-1 League record, CIF is where the competition turned really fierce. Having already taken League after their 6-2 penultimate win at Montebello, the team faced them

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Baseball Spotlight: Greg Saldate

With an all-star team, AHS  baseball has spawned players that have gained CIF recognition. Starting pitcher Greg Saldate has played on the team for four years, making varsity his sophomore year. The great experience he has attained will open doors for him that only an exceptional high school baseball program would allow. How has winning so many titles affected your

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First Alumni Golfer of the Decade

For Head Coach Joseph Brambilla and  the varsity boys’ golf players, this year marked the beginning of many surprises, including taking second in League. In the midst of new underclassmen, there is one returning senior: Umair Amjad. How did you start playing golf? What attracted you to the sport? I started playing when my dad took me to the driving

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Furthering the Moors Track Legacy

VICTOR HUANG Co-Sports Editor Alhambra varsity track has always set a high standard for the rest of the schools in the Almont League. Their nearly undefeated record set forth a warning to their opponents. Losing only to Schurr last year caused them to come short of League champions; Alhambra was determined not to make the same mistake again. The Moors

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’09-’10 Season

Something that many students can have in common, that they can have an interest in, that they can participate in, that they are willing to put time, effort and devotion in, is what we call high school sports. One of the main reasons why many students look forward to school is because of sports. This activity allows them to cheer

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Tennis Spotlight: Richard Nguyen

For years, the Moors tennis team was behind in Almont League rankings. This year is a different story; Alhambra stands third place, rising from fourth last year. “The team is definitely better this year,” said doubles player Daniel Situ. “We worked hard, especially the seniors, because we didn’t want to [endure] our years of tennis without ever getting into CIF.”

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Softball Spotlight: Sylvia Romero

As the season came to a close for Lady Moors softball, they looked back with a mix of pride and trepidation. Their Almont League record ended 4-6. The team won their first game at Bell Gardens, 15-0.  Their second game at San Gabriel also resulted in a victory, 7-3. However, later games have prompted concern about their methods of playing.

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Graduation, or How I Learned to Get Over Myself

KIMBERLY ONG Co-Opinions Editor In approximately two weeks, 744 seniors will be leaving AHS to be immediately replaced by a multitude of ridiculously short and socially awkward freshmen. We leave our legacy behind to juniors—who may or may not be capable of filling our enormously ambitious shoes. And, as a reward for our four years of drudgery, we are thrown

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The Flavors of the Weak

DAISY PROM Staff Writer Your future children won’t want to hear about how perfect your Prom night was or how you had the best friends. No, the stories they will want to know about are the ones that scarred you for life and taught you a lesson. Face it, the knives that cut you up are the most valuable weapons

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Big Dreams, Little People

EMILY KONG Co-Opinions Editor It’s over. It’s really over. Or so we think. If you’re anything like me, still reeling from the pain of every single rejection letter you have received so far, you’ll probably want to go back to the days when everything was so much easier. There was no stopping us; we could be whatever we wanted and

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