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ROMAN AMEPEROSA: Follows in father’s footsteps

ROMAN AMEPEROSA: Follows in father’s footsteps

Brianna Rodriguez

May 17, 2018


Filed under Sports, Uncategorized, Weekly Sports Focus

With less than a year of experience, freshman Roman Ameperosa has dominated in track and field. Having natural talent, the discus thrower triumphs all of his competition. “I made section finals this week,” Ameperosa said. “I set the new county record, 134 feet.” He shares the reasonin...

DE’LILAH VEGA: Putting the bat away

DE’LILAH VEGA: Putting  the bat away

Angel Vasquez

May 3, 2018


Filed under girls, softball, Sports, Student Life, Weekly Sports Focus

Senior De'Lilah Vega has been playing softball for the past seven years; after graduation, she is going to end her softball career. Vega is on the varsity team for Stagg, and she currently plays second base. Vega can be considered a well rounded player, seeing as in past years she has played every...

TRAVIS JARVIS: Learned dedication

TRAVIS JARVIS: Learned dedication

Shannon Bradberry

April 25, 2018


Filed under Weekly Sports Focus

Playing baseball was something sophomore Travis Jarvis started at a young age. His dad played baseball throughout his childhood and he would love watching his games. “As a kid I couldn't wait to be on the field.” When he was eight he finally stepped foot on the field and began his baseball caree...

KEVIN PHAN: Salutatorian manages school and sports

KEVIN PHAN: Salutatorian manages school and sports

Donavin Collins

April 18, 2018


Filed under Sports, Weekly Sports Focus

Swish. Swish. The birdie quickly flies back and forth across the court. Inevitably, the birdie falls to the floor of one side, granting an advantage to the player who was able to keep it in the air. Senior Kevin Phan is very much familiar with this sport, which he calls badminton. This may only be his second...

MENA TORRES: Quality strategies help improve performance

MENA TORRES: Quality strategies help improve performance

Oleedia Pemble Harris

April 11, 2018


Filed under Weekly Sports Focus

It’s all about technique. Technique leads to better performance. Better performance leads to winning. For junior Mena Torres, winning is the goal. When she was younger Torres recalls being regarded as a strong swimmer. Ever since her  freshman year, she had wanted to join the swim team. A...

Phyllis Strother : Motivational father inspires love for new sport

Phyllis Strother : Motivational father inspires love for new sport

Nicholas Rosete

April 4, 2018


Filed under Sports, Uncategorized, Weekly Sports Focus

Playing a different sport for the first time in your last year of high school is something that many students would avoid doing given all of the other events their year has in store for them. For senior Phyllis Strother, however, the challenge of trying out a new sport was one she was willing to take...

NATE BONES: New sport offers more possibilities

NATE BONES: New sport offers more possibilities

Stephanie Matsumoto, Features Editor

March 21, 2018


Filed under Sports, Weekly Sports Focus

Student athletes often find themselves dedicated to a sport, finding a reason to fight through the challenges and struggles of each and every game. Though Nate Bones, a senior, has played and excelled in baseball and football, he’s found a connection in tennis that stands out from the other sports so fa...

JESELLE PEREZ: Step-father inspires drive to play softball

JESELLE PEREZ: Step-father inspires drive to play softball

Samantha Baker, Opinion editor

March 15, 2018


Filed under Sports, Weekly Sports Focus

Jeselle Perez, freshman, started playing baseball in 2012, after her mother proposed that she try out. She enjoyed the game, but knew that by the time she entered high school she would have have to switch to softball. Her step-father stepped in, who plays slow pitch softball, and motivated her to give s...

LAMONTE WALKER: Practicing since he was young

LAMONTE WALKER: Practicing since he was young

Leslie Coronado, Entertainment Editor

March 8, 2018


Filed under Sports, Weekly Sports Focus

Starting his ambitions in 6th grade, Lamonte Walker started to practice running. He was inspired by his father, who also did track, and Usain Bolt, a Jamaican sprinter who currently holds the world record for both the 100m and 200m sprint. “As soon as I saw Usain Bolt, I wanted to run faster than...

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