Girls Basketball Remains Hopeful During Season

  BRYAN ALBARRAN Copy Editor   The Lady Moors basketball team began their preseason on Nov. 15 with a game against Westridge High School. Their first game of the year began with a very close loss to Westridge at a final score of 46 – 49. Since then, the girls team has gone up against multiple schools from other districts

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Moor Vs. Moor: Is Title Nine Effective?

  Yay: TIFFANY ALEMAN Staff Writer   Title IX protects people from discrimination based on sex in education programs or activities that receive Federal financial assistance. Title IX states that: No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education

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Boys Soccer Loses to Bell Gardens

  TIFFANY ALEMAN Staff Writer   On Jan. 17, the boys soccer team went up against Bell Gardens in an away conference game. The game ended with a score of 2-0 with Bell Gardens taking the win. The game began aggressively due to the muddy field. Both teams struggled to keep control of the ball and were stuck in a

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Distance Runners Step it up at Recent All-Comers Meet

  JOSHUA THAI Staff Writer   The distance runners of the track team recently attended the California High School All-Comers meet on Jan. 19, effectively displaying their skills and establishing their place in the upcoming Almont League competitions. The all-comers meet allows the distance team to test themselves against other schools, programs or individuals who choose to participate. Many of

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JV Girls Soccer Wins Recent Almont League Matches

BRYAN ALBARRAN Copy Editor   On Jan. 10, the Girls JV Soccer team went up against Schurr High School for their second league match of the season. Prior to their first official game of the season, the Lady Moors were matched up against rival schools Mark Keppel High School and San Gabriel High School in non-conference matches. In both games,

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Girl’s Golf Utilize New Members

  TIFFANY ALEMAN Staff Writer The golf team is continuing to constructively move toward their next match against La Canada High, scheduled for Oct. 11. The players have been practicing daily at Almansor Park to improve their technique. The new recruits have been getting one on one mentoring from the senior players. “The girls have been working hard toward the

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Boys Water Polo Staying Confident

  CLAIRE RODARTE Staff Writer Boy’s water polo is going through a difficult transition this year. The Moors lost a good amount of players after many of last year’s group graduated. With the team now consisting of mostly new members, they have to establish a sense of unity. The Moors currently hold a record of 1-12, but nonetheless seem to

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Showtime Back in No Time

  JOSHUA THAI Staff Writer In the most recent NBA offseason, there were many trades and signings that shocked the basketball world. Trades like Kawhi Leonard for DeMar DeRozan or signings such as DeMarcus Cousins to the Warriors, left NBA fans in shock. The most notable event in the offseason, however, had to be LeBron James signing a four-year, $154

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Alhambra Girls Volleyball Play Senior Night Game

BRYAN ALBARRAN Copy Editor On Oct. 4, the Alhambra Girls Volleyball team went up against Schurr High School in a home conference. The game against Schurr began with eagerness and positivity. This was mainly due to the fact that the match was the last home game for the Lady Moors, a day the team designates as “Senior Night.” Before the

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Athletic Fame Based on Business

  TIFFANY ALEMAN Staff Writer   Most fans believe that professional athletes get to the top of the sports industry by pure skill or simply being at the right place at the right time. A big part of a professional athlete’s success is due to their sports manager and the business deals conducted behind the scenes. Billions in revenue flow

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