Washington Redskins’ Name Conceives Controversy Among Fans Over Racial Concerns

ANHAYTE GUAJARDO WESLEY TSAI Staff Writers Ever since 1988, the National Football League’s (NFL) Washington Redskins’ name and logo has been a controversial topic due to its reputation of being a stereotypical name for Native Americans. Organizations such as the National Association of the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) have come up with

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Girls’ Basketball Picks Up Pace for Start of Season

KEVIN KONG Sports Editor Starting the new winter season with a preseason record of 6-10, the varsity girls’ basketball team is continuing their intensive practices in order to stay conditioned for the season. The Lady Moors kicked off the season with two losses in their Almont League games against the Temple City Rams and the Bell Garden Lancers, making their

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JV Boys’ Soccer Acquires New Coach and Enters Season

NATE GARCIA Sports Editor As students return to their daily routines under the California sun, the JV boys’ soccer team has continued onto their regular season. The boys currently have a record of 4-4-2. The Moors practice daily from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. They begin practice with conditioning and fitness exercises, then they move onto passing and touch drills

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JV Boys’ Basketball Trains Diligently with High Aspirations

SIMEON LAM Staff Writer After a month of preseason, the JV boys’ basketball squad enters league play with a record of 6-4. The team started off 4-0, until dropping four of their last six games. Despite losing recently, Head Coach Danny Nieto affirmed that winning is not his only goal. “Aside from winning, I expect the [players] to grow and

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