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New kid on the block

New kid on the block

Domi Drust, Web-Managing-Editor, and Roman Sergi, Sports Editor

April 2, 2020

"My family has been a big part of the process, and being able to use [football] as a way to get to go to college for free and not have my mom pay has really made me appreciate the sport with everything it has provided for me," Wilkins said.

Virtual dominance

Megan Plocher, Staff Witer

March 31, 2020

"I grew up playing videos games since I was 5 or 6. Esports is a club that is all about playing video games competitively and going to tournaments and winning prizes"

Running into a new season

March 26, 2020

For distance runner Kendall Saeger, converting to a new coach was a matter of adapting. The team is starting out the season doing things they haven't done in the past and have seen some improvements to their running abilities. Something new that Dugard created is "take your medicine Monday's", which is a tough, long and fast workout on the track.

SM’s Future College Water Polo Athletes

Megan Plocher, Staff Writer

December 19, 2019

College athletics is very competitive and takes a lot of determination and skill to continue playing at a collegiate level. SM Eagles, Mara Loughlin, Caroline Christl, Kori Bento, and Savannah Burns all committed to play college water polo at prestigious schools around California. These students will...

Fall Signing Day

Fall Signing Day

Grace Caspino, Staff Writer

December 19, 2019

As an athlete, we all dream of continuing our sport in college and be able to go to sign to our favorite team. This past Wednesday on November 13, SM hosted their fall signing day for athletes. 26 athletes were able to sign to play for their dream teams. These athletes have been recruited from colle...

Hard work pays off

Hard work pays off

Katherine Eli, Staff Writer

December 19, 2019

As the cross country season comes to a close, freshman Sofia VonGierke reflects on her first season running cross country. A sport that takes a great amount of mental and physical strength. It may not be the best fit for most athletes, but VonGierke was ready to challenge her athleticism. Having neve...

New Dugouts

Roman Sergi, Sports Editor

December 19, 2019

Major League Baseball’s annual Winter Meetings saw two of the top free agents on the market sign massive contracts, one resetting the market for pitchers. Gerrit Cole, a three-time all-star and 2019 American League (AL) ERA (earned-run-average) leader, signed a 9-year contract with the New York Y...

Life of an equestrian

Life of an equestrian

Hadley McCusker, Staff Writer

September 25, 2019

Now beginning their season, the equestrian team is training hard to procure a successful season. Being such an athletic oriented school, it is easy to focus our attention to our football or basketball teams that we tend to overlook such a unique and interesting sport. All the girls have a specific role on...

All the way to Colorado

All the way to Colorado

Grace Caspino, Staff Writer

September 11, 2019

On Friday September 6, the Varsity Song team set off on a trip to Cherry Creek High School in Greenwood Village, Colorado. The team traveled, along with the Varsity Football team, to cheer on the eagles and to perform at quarter breaks and halftime with the Cherry Creek Poms team. The year before, the...

A Different kind of beach volleyball

A Different kind of beach volleyball

Megan Plocher, Staff Writer

August 28, 2019

On Monday Aug. 5, the girls’ varsity volleyball team landed in Oahu, Hawaii to compete in the Ann Kang Invitational Volleyball Tournament (AKIVT). This tournament attracts only the top varsity teams from all over the United States and our girls’ varsity team was in the mix. The team finished in ...

Their new home

Their new home

Roman Sergi, Sports Editor

August 17, 2019

As the players walked up the ramp, each had their phone out, already recording the  reveal, players entering the locker room could not suppress their excitement breaking  into a multitude of "oooos". The locker room has greatly improved since last season. Gone is the wooden box design, and three...

More than a rally

More than a rally

Cassidy Doyle, Staff Writer

January 30, 2019

Energy filled the gym as students filed into the bleachers for their winter sports rally. As the lights dimmed, a team of eager seniors faced off against eligible faculty members in the most awaited sporting event of the year--the student vs. faculty basketball game. The faculty team came out confident in their team che...

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