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Varsity Sports Back in Full Swing

Peyton Pollard, Staff Writer May 6, 2021

After more than a year of no practices or games, the Los Angeles Department of Health recently issued guidelines that allowed the Los Angeles City Section to clear all but one of the 25 Pali varsity sports...

Football Team Finally Kicks Off the Season

Jinheon Kim, Staff Writer April 13, 2021

Pali High’s football team played its season opener against Western League rival Venice on Friday, April 9, and there is no disputing that the team’s road to get to this point was a long one. The...

Pali Baseball Players Hold Informal Practices

Pali Baseball Players Hold Informal Practices

Spencer Jung, Staff Writer February 18, 2021

As the one-year mark of being in quarantine approaches, members of the Pali baseball program are determined to play, even if it means heading back to fields used by little leaguers. Although COVID-19...

P.E. in a Pandemic

P.E. in a Pandemic

Jacob Posner, Staff Writer February 11, 2021

In a year full of drastic change, Pali’s Physical Education (P.E.) department has shown its flexibility while creating engaging e-Learning assignments. Department chair Mike Voelkel aims to have online...

Bouncing in the Bubble

Bouncing in the Bubble

Ciara Kenney, Staff Writer November 21, 2020

With one of the most enthusiastic fan bases in the world of sports, the National Basketball Association (NBA) was put under intense pressure to resume the 2019-20 season after it was cut short due to the...

Coaches Await Word About Starting Conditioning, Competitions

Coaches Await Word About Starting Conditioning, Competitions

Spencer Jung, Staff Writer November 20, 2020

“I’ll see you guys in April, losers!” junior varsity swimmer Zayd Durra exclaimed as he exited Maggie Gilbert Aquatic Center on March 13. Little did Durra know, that would be the team’s last practice...

Seniors Acclimate as COVID-19 Halts Fall Athletics

Seniors Acclimate as COVID-19 Halts Fall Athletics

Brett Abrams, Sports Editor November 20, 2020

The global spread of COVID-19 has altered the lives of students everywhere, and high school sports failed to go unscathed. Pali senior-athletes set to graduate in June 2021 may have already shot their...

How the Coronavirus has Affected Pali Sports

Dohyun(Andy) Ju, Copy Editor May 17, 2020

The coronavirus has deeply affected lives all over the globe, and it has caused extensive damage to the sports world. Nearly all major sporting events have been postponed, professional leagues have been...

COVID-19 Pandemic Shuts Down Sports Leagues

Brett Abrams, Sports Editor May 17, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting virtually everyone in the country, and the world of sports is not immune. Sports are some of the most essential forms of entertainment, deeply woven into the fabric...

How a New WNBA Labor Deal is Addressing the Exploitation of Female Athletes

How a New WNBA Labor Deal is Addressing the Exploitation of Female Athletes

Paige Snepp, Opinion Editor February 25, 2020

Two children watch wide-eyed as Lebron James leaps gracefully into the air and slams a basketball through the hoop. One child, a boy, gazes at the television, envisioning his career in the NBA. He sees...

Jane Nwaba’s Journey to Division 1 Basketball

Jane Nwaba’s Journey to Division 1 Basketball

Atticus Parker, Editor-in-Chief February 25, 2020

At the 2017 California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Girls’ Basketball semifinals, freshman Jane Nwaba had the game in her hands. The Lady Dolphins would advance to their third CIF final in a row...

Pali Alum Wins Super Bowl LIV

Pali Alum Wins Super Bowl LIV

Eliana Feinstein, Editor-in-Chief 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...

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