Spring sports starting to heat up

Spring sports starting to heat up

April 10, 2014
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Cal hockey club claims league championship

Haley Segelke, Staff Writer
April 10, 2014
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Cal High’s hockey club championship over Dublin High on Feb. 28 stirred excitement across campus. And for good reason. When senior Cole Merrick fired a rocket shot into the goal for a 5-4 win in the game’s closing seconds, Cal finished the season undefeated with an 11-0-1 overall record and... Read more »

Jeter retiring after season

Jeter retiring after season

Sydney Finkel, Staff Writer
April 10, 2014
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Over the years, a strong rivalry has been formed between the Red Sox and Yankees. Some may even consider it the biggest rivalry in all of sports. But no matter how much Red Sox fans can’t stand to see the Yankees win, there is one player who deserves success despite what team for which he plays. Most... Read more »

Giants, A’s have high hopes in 2014

Giants, A’s have high hopes in 2014

Eric Yee, Sports Editor
April 10, 2014
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The 2014 baseball season is officially underway and fans across the Bay Area have high expectations for their local teams. The San Francisco Giants, winners of two of the last four World Series, have retained most of last season’s players. This past offseason the team signed free agent pitcher... Read more »

Track eliminates bus for away meets

Chiena Ty, Staff Writer
April 10, 2014
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The track and field team’s decision to eliminate one bus to away meets has given nearly 60 student-athletes fewer chances to compete in track meets. Unless athletes not scheduled to travel with the team are given rides from their parents, they have no alternate form of transportation to go to away... Read more »

U.S. puts controversies aside in Sochi

U.S. puts controversies aside in Sochi

Sydney Finkel, Staff Writer
February 28, 2014
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Every four years, all of the world’s greatest athletes gather in one city to compete against other nations to try and win the highest medal possible. The 22nd Winter Olympics has recently passed, with America making a successful visit. With the games in Sochi, Russia, just ending with Sunday’s... Read more »

Taekwondo master prepares for Youth Olympics

Taekwondo master prepares for Youth Olympics

Delainey Willing, Staff Writer
February 28, 2014
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Speed, balance, power, control, and focus are all necessities in making a martial arts master. After 11 years, 11 belts, and three extra degrees on his black belt, freshman Daniel Livschitz can proudly say he’s just that. Livschitz is internationally ranked among the top six of his division in... Read more »

New class targets female athletes

New class targets female athletes

Haley Segelke, Staff Writer
February 28, 2014
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With the current sports conditioning class scaring away Cal HIgh’s female athletes, P.E. teacher  Sheridan Kautzmann and athletic director Arley Hill have pushed to have a new sports conditioning class tailored to girls on campus. “I wanted to take sports conditioning,” said junior Sisileti... Read more »

Soccer star joins all-boys academy

Soccer star joins all-boys academy

Sydney Finkel, Staff Writer
January 16, 2014
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Some of the best male soccer players from around the San Francisco Bay Area strive to be part of a competitive, high level team such as the San Jose Earthquakes. Although the professional team and its youth academy are generally for only boys, Cal High junior Rachel Tungol has been offered a spot... Read more »

Accomplished runner joins Pac-12

Accomplished runner joins Pac-12

Joyce Ho, News Editor
January 16, 2014
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While some people run purely for exercise or out of an obligation to fulfill extracurricular requirements, senior Madison Ricks has spent the past few years running to pursue her passion, while simultaneously commanding the attention of all by winning race after race. Throughout her high school career,... Read more »