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Wait?! Neymar Jr. Traded?

Wait?! Neymar Jr. Traded?

Jonas D., Writer
August 17, 2017
Filed under Sports

European soccer star Neymar Jr. has left one of the most iconic teams in soccer, FC Barcelona. He has joined a more unfamiliar team, Paris St. Germain. Neymar has signed a five-year deal making him the world’s highest paid soccer player. By doing this he hopes to be the center of attention by flee...

Dodgers Chase All-Win Record

Dodgers Chase All-Win Record

Jonas D., Writer
August 17, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Sports

The Los Angeles Dodgers are making history in 2017. The baseball team has had historic success this season. LA’s ball club has dominated most of the teams they have played.  In fact, they have 85 wins and only 34 losses, a record rare in the history of the sport. In a span of the recent games, they ...

Is Russell Westbrook Hurting His Team?

Is Russell Westbrook Hurting His Team?

Josh L., Writer
May 4, 2017
Filed under Sports

Russell Westbrook has been a stat monster this season, or as analyst Clark Kellogg says,  “a stat-sheet stuffer supreme.” With the departure of longtime running mate Kevin Durant, Westbrook has seemingly carried the Thunder franchise to a sixth seed in the Western Conference. Russell Westbrook h...

Academics vs. Athletics

Academics vs. Athletics

Josh L., Writer
April 21, 2017
Filed under Sports

School pays off right? Kids of this generation might not think so. Athletes like Cristiano Ronaldo earning an astronomical 45£ a second (for us stubborn Americans, $54.97), will really get a kid thinking. The average American’s lifetime earnings with a bachelor's degree is $1.8 million dollars, while Ronaldo w...

2026 World Cup Host Bids

2026 World Cup Host Bids

Hayden F., Writer
April 14, 2017
Filed under Sports

Recently the United States, Mexico and Canada released details on a joint bid for the 2026 World Cup. This means if FIFA takes the bid, they will host all of the games. Also, this would be the first World Cup co-hosted by different countries since 2002 (South Korea and Japan). US Soccer President, ...

Super Bowl LI

Super Bowl LI

Josh L., Writer
February 7, 2017
Filed under Sports

The Super Bowl is undoubtedly the most exciting  games of all sports. It brings Americans together to watch 4 hours of football, eat junk food, and (my favorite) rush to the bathroom at halftime. This year, the Super Bowl had to go down as one of the greatest of all-time. Super Bowl LI had probably ...

Fidel Castro And Baseball

Fidel Castro And Baseball

Josh L., Writer
December 5, 2016
Filed under Sports

Cuban dictator Fidel Castro affected many things during his 90-year life and 47-year rule as Cuba’s self-elected prime minister and president. With his death, Cubans everywhere (especially in the Florida) have been celebrating. In the streets of Little Havana, cheers were heard in the streets. Thou...

Cubs Win!

Cubs Win!

Joshua L., Writer
November 3, 2016
Filed under Sports

108 years. 108 years and the Cubs are at last World Series champs. Let it sink in Chicago. Unless you are a 110+ year old who's a fan of the Cubs, chances are, you haven’t seen a championship. The last time the Cubs were in the World Series was 1945 and not many people are alive to remember th...

The Curse Of The Indians

The Curse Of The Indians

Josh L., Writer
October 28, 2016
Filed under Sports

With a chance of a baseball championship, there's a certain buzz in Cleveland. Even though the championship drought in Cleveland was ended by Lebron James, it would be even sweeter for Clevelanders to win a World Series in the same year. Like their Cub counterparts, there has been much despair when talki...

The Curse Of The Cubs

The Curse Of The Cubs

Josh L., Writer
October 25, 2016
Filed under Sports

Do you believe in Curses? Chicago does.. the championship banner has not hung in Wrigley Field, since 1908. Who can we thank for this? Over the years of baseball heartbreak, fans know where to cast the blame. The oldest of all the Cubbies tragedies is the “Curse of the Billy Goat.” After a s...

Female Kicker At Los Osos

Female Kicker At Los Osos

Samantha C., Writer
September 30, 2016
Filed under Sports

Hanna Moftman is a kicker at Los Osos High School. She enjoys playing football because she has always desired to compete with a team.   “I am very competitive. I also wanted to play a team sport. So I thought football is perfect for that,” Hannah said. When she started high school, she decide...

Welcome Home, Rams

Welcome Home, Rams

Josh L., Writer
September 9, 2016
Filed under Sports

With a new year, comes a new season of  the  NFL. But, it’s extra special for Los Angeles. For the first time in 12 years, there will be football in the city. The St. Louis Rams have come back  to their home city to form the L.A. Rams. The Rams chose Jared Goff in the first pick of the draft. Th...

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