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Riding the wave to success

Riding the wave to success

KEVIN WANG, BUSINESS MANAGER

October 20, 2016


Filed under SHOWCASE, SPORTS

Ride the waves” is the varsity volleyball team’s official motto for this season. It is no doubt a fitting mantra as the team has ridden the wave to success. The team is reaching unprecedented heights and is dominating the court. Despite its first loss after a record 13-0 start, the team continues...

Bowling over the competition

Bowling over the competition

DREW MILLER, STAFF WRITER

October 20, 2016


Filed under SPORTS

  ‘America’s pastime’ might be baseball, but bowling has captured the hearts and spirits of our student body.   The auditorium erupts in applause during the team’s announcements,w and the students love the frequent bowling puns enthusiastically mentioned by the team. Fan favorite puns...

Pep talks and other pregame prep

Pep talks and other pregame prep

MICHAEL HULL, STAFF WRITER

October 20, 2016


Filed under SPORTS

A typical day in the life of Trinity Prep student athletes is filled with pressure. Tests, quizzes, homework and classwork clutter their mind. They go through the normal routine of classes, lunch and more classes. From school it is off to sports practice. Then they go home and have more homework, eat...

Olympics aren’t only for pros: Maiocco swims at Olympic Trials

Olympics aren’t only for pros: Maiocco swims at Olympic Trials

LILY ISRAEL, SPORTS EDITOR

October 11, 2016


Filed under SHOWCASE, SPORTS

High school athletes set their eyes on school records and state championships, but senior Claire Maiocco has her eyes set on gold—Olympic gold medal, that is. Swimmer Maiocco competed at the Olympic Trials in June. She traveled to Omaha with Coach Rocco Aceto and her family for a week of races,...

Colin Kaepernick’s actions send shockwaves through America

Colin Kaepernick’s actions send shockwaves through America

DREW MILLER, STAFF WRITER

September 15, 2016


Filed under SPORTS

 It all started just a couple weeks ago, on Aug. 26, when 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick didn’t rise for the National Anthem because of racial discrimination and the oppression of African-Americans in America. Now, it seems that everyone is giving their opinion on his actions.This story has s...

NFL bold predictions

NFL bold predictions

MICHAEL HULL, STAFF WRITER

September 15, 2016


Filed under SPORTS

“There are two seasons, football season and waiting for football season.”- Darius Rucker   Since the end of Super Bowl 50, millions of fans across the globe have been counting down the days until the start of the NFL season. Finally after seven months and four days of waiting, we made it. The N...

Gender inequality in tennis

Kevin Wang, Staff Writer/BUSINESS MANAGER

September 15, 2016


Filed under SPORTS

   The breaking news from the tennis world is that Serena Williams was upset in the semifinals of the U.S. Open. However, what is now a recurring theme is gender inequality in the tennis world.    Gender inequality is a touchy subject that the tennis world would rather avoid than investigate. ...

Rise of the Olympic refugee team

Rise of the Olympic refugee team

AAVNI GUPTA, LIFESTYLES EDITOR

August 29, 2016


Filed under LIFESTYLES, SPORTS

   The 2016 Rio Olympics has been a special one. From Olympic legends competing for the last time to first time Olympians making their mark, the games were full of memorable people.  Of these people were the members of the ROT, the Refugee Olympic Team.    This year was the first time such a tea...

Reconsidering Rio

Reconsidering Rio

LILY ISRAEL, SPORTS EDITOR

August 29, 2016


Filed under SPORTS

  Every four years the buzz around the sports world is all things Olympics. The Games provide a safe haven from the harsh political world that consumes our everyday life. Usually, for months leading up to the games, news is centered around which athletes will have a breakout performance and which ones will...

Our fantasy football picks: the good, the bad, and the ugly

Our fantasy football picks: the good, the bad, and the ugly

MICHAEL HULL and DREW MILLER, STAFF WRITERS

August 26, 2016


Filed under SPORTS

  The start of the school year begins slowly and painfully for most students. However for many, the start of school also means the start of football. The start of the NFL season comes in September, but for millions of fans around the globe, the fantasy football season has already begun. As a two-tim...

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