Spotlight: Briana Thai

WESLEY TSAI Staff Writer For most athletes, winning a league title is everything. Others just want to qualify for California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) playoff. The last time a Moor won a CIF title in diving was fifteen years ago. But for one girl, qualifying for CIF was just the start …

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California Bill Limits Excessive Football Contact

SIMEON LAM Sports Editor As football-related concussions are on the rise, California Governor Jerry Brown signed AB 2127 on July 21, stating several restrictions as to how frequently middle and high school football teams can utilize full-contact practices. With the support of CIF, the passed law, which will go into …

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Varsity Boys’ Volleyball Digging Through Almont League Ranks

WESLEY TSAI Staff Writer The varsity volleyball team maintains a record of 7-3. Ending the season in third place in league, the Moors, at one point in the season, ranked eighth in Division Three in the Southern Section of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) rankings. The Moors are ranked sixth …

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Moors Baseball Cruising Toward Tenth Consecutive Title

SIMEON LAM Staff Writer Following a 1-0 win against the Montebello Oilers on April 25, the Moors baseball team now has an overall record of 18-3, including a perfect 9-0 record in Almont League. With a four-game lead in the Almont League standings, the team is the favorite to clinch …

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Track and Field Ticking Down on End of Season

NATE GARCIA Sports Editor One second can seem so miniscule in the hours spent during the day. A second, however, can often determine the results of track meet standings. This year, both the varsity boys’ and girls’ track and field teams ranked third in the Almont League standings. As the …

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High School Landmarks

JENNY LEE Features Editor Think of a moment on campus that means something to you, ups or downs that may have made you cry tears of joy or tears of sorrow. Here are a few “landmarks” that may jolt your memory: 1. Your first lunch: As a freshman, it is …

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When in College, Do as the Upperclassmen Do

JANET GUAN Copy Editor After the college acceptances, rejections and changes of path, most high school graduates will begin to prepare for their first steps of adulthood. Many will begin to pack their belongings as they get ready to move from what they have called home. Bringing the basic necessities, …

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