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KOBE TEI: Basketball runs in the blood

KOBE TEI: Basketball runs in the blood

Brianna Rodriguez, News Editor

January 18, 2019


Filed under Uncategorized, Weekly Sports Focus

Basketball is more than a hobby that keeps the junior busy after school. For Kobe Tei basketball is a big part of his life. Playing since he was 9, Tei grew up around the sport. ¨It was cool having my sisters around to practice with me. Coming from a basketball family it was almost inevitable...

XOCHILT JUAREZ: Plays for the emotions

XOCHILT JUAREZ: Plays for the emotions

Kevin Gutierrez, Editor-In-Chief and Features Editor

December 19, 2018


Filed under Uncategorized, Weekly Sports Focus

Junior Xochilt Juarez has known nothing but soccer all her life. She’s been playing for about 14 years now and plans on playing for as long as she can. Most people play the sport for the competition or the game, but Juarez plays it for the emotional connections with her teammates. “Soccer is a...

SARAH JOHNSON: Second year wrestling helps in more ways than one

SARAH JOHNSON: Second year wrestling helps in more ways than one

Nicholas Rosete

December 12, 2018


Filed under Sports, Weekly Sports Focus

A couple years ago, conditioning for track used to be the only thing senior Sarah Johnson would be doing during the Winter sports season. However, after deciding to take a new path in her junior year, that quickly changed. To keep her body in shape for track season, Johnson decided to join the wrestling t...

JOSE PEREZ: Life Lessons Taught Through Soccer

JOSE PEREZ: Life Lessons Taught Through Soccer

Shannon Bradberry, Reporter

December 5, 2018


Filed under Sports, Weekly Sports Focus

Junior Jose Perez developed a love for soccer at an early age. Every Sunday his family comes together to enjoy the sport and bond. This tradition started when Perez was nearly seven years old along with his siblings. Throughout his life he's played for leagues and was taught skills equip for high ...

ARIANA RAYGOZA: Taekwondo helps self esteem and athletic ability

ARIANA RAYGOZA: Taekwondo helps self esteem and athletic ability

Angel Vasquez

November 28, 2018


Filed under Sports, Student Life, Weekly Sports Focus

Ever since she was young, sophomore Ariana Raygoza has participated in taekwondo. She was pushed into the sport by her older sisters, both which are black belts in the rigorous sport. Raygoza goes to the taekwondo dojo on miracle mile, and she’s been going there ever since she started out in the sp...

ESTEBAN RIVERA: Longtime player cherishes final year

ESTEBAN RIVERA: Longtime player cherishes final year

Donavin Collins, Entertainment Editor

November 14, 2018


Filed under Sports, Weekly Sports Focus

“It’s my senior year, and probably my last time I’m going to put on a jersey,” said senior Esteban Rivera as he described his excitement for the season. “I want to make the best of it.” Starting from just the age of six years-old, Rivera has grown used to the sport known as basketball....

ANDREW TOBLER: Veteran to newcomer

ANDREW TOBLER: Veteran to newcomer

Brianna Rodriguez, News Editor

November 9, 2018


Filed under Sports, Weekly Sports Focus

From football to wrestling, senior Andrew Tobler takes on a sport he was not previously familiar with. After playing his last football game a couple weeks ago, he was unsure of what he was going to do with his free time. Having close friends on the wrestling team, he decided to give it a try and join. “KG...

ANDREA RAMIREZ: Unexpected interest

ANDREA RAMIREZ: Unexpected interest

Maria Castillo, Editor in Chief

October 31, 2018


Filed under Sports, Student Life, Weekly Sports Focus

Dribbling a ball down a field wasn’t something senior Andrea Ramirez ever thought she would take interest in. Back in El Salvador, Ramirez only played volleyball. When she moved to the United States this year, she heard about the soccer team. She said, “A couple of my friends always talked about ...

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