The Viking Magazine

Ballers to Scholars
Rising From the Ashes
Dye Hard
High School Powerhouses

From Paly to the Pros

September 30, 2019

As the clock ticked down and the morale of their opponents faded, the Paly basketball players knew: they had won the first state championship in school...

Out of Luck

September 30, 2019

A tired Andrew Luck walked off the field of Lucas Oil Stadium to loud jeers from his own fans, following the Indianapolis Colts preseason contest versus...

Deception on the Diamond

Barbell Hell

January 9, 2020

If you have never witnessed Paly’s weight room during tutorial, then allow me to describe what it is like for you. More than enough kids to surpass fire...

At What Cost?

January 9, 2020

In today’s world, sports organizations across the globe manage their professional teams in completely different ways. Some will do whatever it takes to win, even if that means acquiring controversial players, while others will try to stay out of the media’s light so that they don’t get slandered by the fans. Whichever direction the organizations choose, they need to be held more accountable for their decisions. 

Paly Wrestling falls short to Los Gatos on Senior Night 44-32
Battle of the Keepers

Ryan Purpur and Matt Marzano lead a balanced Viking attack as the Vikes beat Milpitas, 58-47

January 23, 2020

The Palo Alto Vikings men’s varsity basketball team defeated the Milpitas Trojans by a score of 59-47 on Wednesday night. Despite missing key players...

Paly Wrestling defeats Lynbrook, 54-35

January 21, 2020

Paly Co-ed wrestling blew out Lynbrook in their league play by a score of 54 to 35 at home Tuesday night. Adar Schwarzbach (‘21) led the way for Paly,...

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