Boys Badminton Drop First Game

BRYAN ALBARRAN Copy Editor The Alhambra Boys Badminton team went up against Webb High School for their first preseason game on March 1. In what was their first game of the season, the Moors went up against the Gauls in a home match. Despite the Moors having a lack of experienced players and having only a month of practice before

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Injustices with Robert Kraft and the NFL

  CLAIRE RODARTE Staff Writer Robert Kraft, the owner of the NFL’s New England Patriots, was ruled not guilty in the trial of the charges of prostitution in spas within Florida. He was among hundreds of other men charged with engaging in sexual activities by paying the owners of spas in multiple states. Kraft was caught on camera doing exactly

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Baseball Team Marches Onward to the Season

ALEC GREGORY Staff Writer As a recap of what the Moors have done since the season started in mid-February, it may be good to look at the seven games that took place before publication of the last issue. The Moors were 7-0. They had won a tournament to get five of those victories. The last game of that tournament was

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Baseball Team Swings at the Titans

  ALEC GREGORY Staff Writer As spring begins to return to the land, so to does America’s pastime. In their first game of the season the Alhambra Moors baseball team showed that it has prepared for the season. In their first game of the season, the Moors played the San Marino Titans on Feb. 12. The Moors won 9-4. “After

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Ignorance Continues in the Sports World

BRYAN ALBARRAN Copy Editor In the modern age, the idea of sexual fluidity has become popular amongst certain people, bleeding its way into many aspects of today’s media. The inability to accept this new concept exists in one of the largest aspects of American culture, sports. Although the idea of sexual fluidity is seemingly new, various sports organizations have been

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Boys Tennis Serve up a Successful Preseason

  CLAIRE RODARTE Staff Writer Boys tennis season is about to start, and the team is working toward improving their skills on the court. Although there has only been a handful of games this preseason, the team is looking forward to a productive year. The team has a distinct vision for what they want to accomplish this year, and they

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Super Bowl LIII Disappoints

  JOSHUA THAI Staff Writer   Each year, thousands of people across the United States watch or attend the Super Bowl, the NFL’s championship game between the National and American Football Conference champions. Super Bowl LIII, hosted in Atlanta, Georgia, was played by the Los Angeles Rams (NFC) and the New England Patriots (AFC). The New England Patriots were making

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Boys Soccer Says Goodbye to its Seniors

  TIFFANY ALEMAN Staff Writer   The Alhambra varsity soccer team lost Thursday’s home conference game against Montebello with a score of 2-0. Due to heavy rainfall, Alhambra was forced to forfeit the game, resulting in a loss by default. The unfavorable weather left Moor field in unplayable conditions. Although the teams did not have a chance to play, the

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JV Girls Soccer Win Title of League Champions

BRYAN ALBARRAN Copy Editor   On Jan. 31, the JV Girls soccer team went up against Montebello High School in their final league match. Although they lost, the team was crowned the title of Almont League Champions. Throughout their season, the Lady Moors have shown through their amount of wins and losses that they were ready to come out on

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Trump Feeds the Tigers McDonalds

  CLAIRE RODARTE Staff Writer   On Monday Jan. 14, Clemson University’s football team visited the White House to celebrate their victory in the College Football Playoff National Championship. This is not an uncommon invitation, but the menu for the event brought great media attention. President Donald Trump fed the players and coaching staff fast food on silver platters. The

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