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Pali Alum Wins Super Bowl LIV

Pali Alum Wins Super Bowl LIV

Eliana Feinstein, Staff Writer

February 21, 2020

Mitchell Schwartz: #71 on the Kansas City Chiefs, the starting right tackle with a brand new Super Bowl ring; 6’5”, 320 pounds, 30 years old, married, Jewish. And a former Pali Dolphin. Schwartz began at Pali in 2003, graduating in 2007 as the varsity football team captain, the Western League...

Is This the End of the Patriots Dynasty?

Is This the End of the Patriots Dynasty?

Brett Abrams, Staff Writer

February 21, 2020

Since the late ’90s, the New England Patriots have been one of the most dynamic and talked-about teams of the National Football League (NFL). Led by star quarterback Drew Bledsoe, the Patriots made the playoffs four consecutive years — from 1994 to 1998 –– even making a Super Bowl appearance...

The Sign Stealing Scandal: What you Need to Know

The Sign Stealing Scandal: What you Need to Know

Dohyun(Andy) Ju, Staff Writer

February 21, 2020

In Game 7 of the 2017 World Series, the Houston Astros defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers to take home the title. Now, following a recent sign-stealing controversy, the former champions are considered to be one of the biggest cheaters in Major League Baseball (MLB) history. The Red Sox, who defeated...

Mental Health in Sports

Mental Health in Sports

Atticus Parker, Staff Writer

February 6, 2020

Athletic competition can breed greatness. It fosters resilience, innovation and passion — qualities every parent wants to instill in his or her child. Competition in sports, by its nature, requires each athlete to meet and overcome challenges. But, the positive qualities that sports nurture can become...

Pali’s Esports Club Starts Off Strong

Pali’s Esports Club Starts Off Strong

Dohyun(Andy) Ju, Staff Writer

December 13, 2019

Pali’s Esports Club has been gaining popularity in the past few months. Currently, the club has been competing in the PlayVS Esports League and will enter the High School Esports League, or HSEL, next semester. Gamers compete in League of Legends tournaments every Tuesday after school, and the members...

NCAA Player Likeness

NCAA Player Likeness

Brett Abrams, Staff Writer

December 13, 2019

Names like Tua Tagovailoa, Trevor Lawrence and James Wiseman are some of the most illustrious names in collegiate sports, with their impressive athletic ability increasing their prestige. As a result of their success and fame, they have all appeared in advertisements for the National Collegiate Athletic...

Girls’ Volleyball Team Defeats Uni, Eyes Playoffs

Girls’ Volleyball Team Defeats Uni, Eyes Playoffs

Arielle Hatton, Staff Writer

November 22, 2019

The varsity girls’ volleyball team defeated host University High School, 3-0, in a league match on Wednesday Oct. 2. This continued the team’s undefeated streak in league play, in which they have won 8 consecutive matches. Pali has one of the best programs in the state, winning 28 CIF titles in...

Caroline Bremner Takes an Unconventional Path to UC Davis

Caroline Bremner Takes an Unconventional Path to UC Davis

Ava Kerkorian, Sports Editor

November 12, 2019

For the last 15 years, Caroline Bremner has dedicated her life to soccer. She spent her early years playing on AYSO travel teams, and for the last seven years, she has played on the club soccer team Santa Monica United. Next fall, she will begin the next stage of her soccer career: Division I soccer...

For These Fans, it’s More than a Game

For These Fans, it’s More than a Game

Brett Abrams, Staff Writer

October 17, 2019

Anyone who walks into AP World History teacher Steven Burr’s classroom will know that he is a huge Pittsburgh Steelers fan. There are Steelers poster, Steelers terrible towels, and Steelers hats. Burr is such a Steelers fan that, when it comes to game day, he says he “tend[s] to watch by [himself]”...

Freshman in Sports

Freshman in Sports

Brett Abrams, Staff Writer

September 17, 2019

The end of middle school signifies the beginning of an exciting new chapter for Pali’s freshman, one with more freedoms yet increased responsibilities. Taking the first steps on a new campus with some students who look as old as their teachers is nerve-racking, but the friendly face of an older student...

Captains Lead Teams to Succeed

Captains Lead Teams to Succeed

Sarah Bentley, Features Editor

August 27, 2019

Behind every great team is an even better leader. These team captains keep their squad functioning and rally their teammates in times of adversity. While captains’ specific responsibilities differ depending on the sport played, all of them share similar traits that benefit their teams.   Most ...

Pali’s Students are Hanging Ten Before 10:00

Pali’s Students are Hanging Ten Before 10:00

Sarah Bentley, Features Editor

August 27, 2019

Every morning, Pali’s thousands of students file into their classrooms, yawning and rubbing the sleep out of their eyes. They sit down, take out their notebooks, pens, pencils or computers and prepare to listen to a lecture or take a test. While this exemplifies  most of Pali’s students’ average mo...

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