Girls’ Lacrosse: Potential New Sport at AHS

JIMMY TANG Staff Writer Alhambra High School: home to academic scholars, seasoned athletes and one day, possibly tough lacrosse players as well. For the past six years, the proposal to add a girls’ lacrosse team has been discussed among the school’s administration but has remained stagnant. The school’s dwindling budget has made it difficult for the school to add a

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Player Spotlight: Andrea Pineda

VINCENT LIN Sports Editor Although the varsity girls’ soccer team owes its season to some fortunate factors, including having a returning head coach for the first time in years, it is always the will of the players that make it happen. The ones that remain to the end as Lady Moors become leaders of the team, whose presence unites all

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Player Spotlight: Hugo Perez

SIDNEY AUNG Staff Writer Following this year’s season, the wrestling team has proven their dominance once again as they took a 4-1 record in Almont League. They also had various CIF qualifiers and Almont League finalists. Among this group of talented individuals is senior Captain Hugo Perez, who has demonstrated an excellent work ethic throughout his four years on the

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The Soundtrack to AHS

Everyone relates to music. On campus, groups like Orchestra, Choir and Band allow students to express their musical talent while entertaining the student body. With more than 100 members, Band stands as one of the prominent symbols of AHS. By StaffWriter Jennifer Pierce

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Meet the Band

“[The band], in one aspect, is a performance ensemble” said Band Director, Mark Trulson. From football games to parades and community performances in and out of Alhambra, Band supports athletics and does various service-oriented performances. According to Trulson, performing in the 2009 Rose Parade was their biggest accomplishment yet Over the years, Band also performed for the mayor of Los

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Colorguard

Colorguard is a dance team on campus that performs with marching band. As the name suggests, they add color and movement to the band’s music in field shows through their unique incorporation of props and equipment in their dance routines. Together, they compete and perform at football games, marching band competitions and pep rallies during the fall in the Western

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Drum Majors

Did you know that a Drum Major does not actually play drums? In fact, they do not play an instrument at all—they conduct and lead the marching band. Despite the challenges of leading Band, it can be an enjoyable experience that can result in both great entertainment and long lasting friendships. “People bond with each other through their sections [who

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AHS Takes Huge Leap Backward After Perez

JAMIE NGUYEN Staff Writer Many of you probably forgot about last year’s ASB president, Anthony Perez. Perez was a rare case, because he was not Asian but was still elected as student body president. Many saw this change as a “leap for mankind” at AHS because a Latino president meant that we have somehow bridged the gap of leadership between

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‘App’- Solution

Bless me, iPhone, for I have sinned. The Sacrament of Penance, more commonly known as Confession, is the practice of acknowledging one’s sinfulness in the presence of a priest and asking for absolution. Now, this usually takes place in an ornate wooden confessional on a Sunday afternoon, but thanks to the penitent minds at Apple Inc. you can declare your

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