Cross Country Runs Bell-Jeff Invitational

  JOSHUA THAI Staff Writer   On Sept. 29, the Cross Country team attended the Bell-Jeff Invitational, an annual cross country event hosted at Griffith Park. The course was 2.94 miles long with hills, dirt and grassy surfaces. With league meets coming around the corner, the team hoped to do well at the Bell-Jeff Invitational to fuel them for the

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Homecoming Game Reaches a ‘Shocking’ Conclusion

  ANTHONY NASSER Sports Editor ALEC GREGORY Staff Writer   Homecoming is the largest event that Alhambra High School hosts annually, so it is understandable that some may be upset with the outcome of the game on Oct. 12. Although the preceding parade and the dance the following day went as planned, the Homecoming football game between the Moors and

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J.V. Boys Water Polo at El Modena

  JOSHUA THAI Staff Writer   On Sept. 27, the junior varsity boys water polo team competed in a non-conference home game against El Modena. Alhambra High had high hopes of winning the game. Despite their best efforts, the Moors lost to El Modena with a score of 7-17. Although the team’s season has not been the best score-wise, they

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JV Girls Volley Against Montebello

BRYAN ALBARRAN Copy Editor   On Sept. 25, the Alhambra JV tennis team went up against the Montebello girls in an away conference. The match was the second game for the Lady Moors’ Almont League season. The match began like any other ordinary game for the team as Alhambra was the first one to gain the lead. With an advantage

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Equality For All Athletes

  TIFFANY ALEMAN Staff Writer   The 21st century is plagued by the preconceived notion that gender will ultimately define how an athlete may perform. Although this may be true in contact sports, activists for equality are left to wonder about non-contact sports. Some examples may include: archery, badminton, canoeing, sharpshooting, diving or fencing. Society has come to the consensus

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Alhambra Football’s Undefeated Streak Deflated

  ALEC GREGORY Staff Writer   The mood going into Friday night’s game was tense between the Moors and the Schurr Spartans, as Alhambra was entering the game undefeated in the season. Although the game ended with Schurr as victorious, Alhambra is not blinking at the defeat. Not only were the Moors 5-0, but Coach Eric Bergstrom was presented with

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JV Football Keeping up Their Record

ALEC GREGORY Staff Writer To start off their season, the JV football team faced the South El Monte Eagles on Aug. 17. With home field advantage, the Moors set out to beat South El Monte and start the year off strong. Moors were able to keep the Eagles from scoring entirely, and soared to a 1-0 record. The next game

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Girls Tennis Break Through Losing Streak

BRYAN ALBARRAN Copy Editor On Sept. 21, the girls tennis team went up against Schurr High School in an away conference game. From the beginning of the season to mid September, the girls were struggling with a season record of 0-9. This was mainly because the team was missing around five of their most experienced players due to wrist injuries.

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Misfortune for NFL Newcomers

  CLAIRE RODARTE Staff Writer The NFL began its 2018-2019 season with a less than impressive start. The league came into this year with seven new head coaches, making each of these programs considerably new in terms of coaching, development and playing strategies. With the future surely looking bright with the new sets of staff, week one of the season

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Cross Country Breezes Through Invitational

     JOSHUA THAI Staff Writer After the Cross Country team’s strong performance at the Jeff Nelson Invitational, the team continued their season by attending the Cool Breeze Invitational, hosted at the Brookside Golf Course on Sept. 7. The team hit the ground running in their first meet, preparing them for their next. “I felt really good going into the

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