Varsity Girls’ Soccer Triumphant Once Again, Continuing to CIF Playoffs

ANHAYTE GUAJARDO Staff Writer The soccer team has come out on top, after placing first in Almont League this season and coming back from placing second last season behind the Montebello Oilers. The team finished the season with an undefeated 7-0-3 record, moving on to the first round of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF). Behind Alhambra, also qualifying for CIF,

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AHS Alumnus and MLB Star Ralph Kiner Passes Away at Age 91

KEVIN KONG Sports Editor KAYIU WONG Staff Writer On Feb. 6, National Baseball Hall of Fame 1975 Inductee Ralph Kiner passed away from natural causes in Rancho Mirage. Kiner, an AHS graduate, is known for his years in Major League Baseball (MLB), playing for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians for 10 years and calling New York Mets

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Varsity Basketball Reaches CIF Playoffs After Victory Against San Gabriel

SIMEON LAM Staff Writer As their season comes to a close, the Moors varsity basketball squad prepares not only for the CIF playoffs, but also for their next season. With playoff hopes on the line, the Moors overcame a five-point deficit in the closing minutes to capture a 68-57 win over the San Gabriel Matadors on Feb. 14, placing the

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Varsity Girls’ Water Polo Stroking to Enhance for the Following Year

WESLEY TSAI Staff Writer With the final league record at 0-4, the varsity girls’ water polo team swam throughout the season and ended their last rally on Feb. 12 against the Schurr Spartans, the league’s current champion, but fell to a score of 1-23. “I think we did good considering we had a lot of injured players. Injuries were a

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They Had a Dream

DEREK WU Staff Writer Black History Month was formed in 1926 by Carter G. Woodson and the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, and it began as a week-long celebration instead of a month. In the beginning, they marked the second week of February as Negro History Week, since Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglas’ birthdays occurred in

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Rosa, Rosa, Roll On

SYLVIA WINSTON Features Editor Civil rights leader Jesse Jackson once said, “In many ways, history is marked as ‘before’ and ‘after’ Rosa Parks. She sat down in order that we all might stand up, and the walls of segregation came down.” Ever since the beginning of our educational career, we were taught the importance of diversity and the effects it

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