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Fantasy Football Love/Hate Week 3

Fantasy Football Love/Hate Week 3

Will Strauch, Matan Ziv, Bryan Look, Stan de Martel, and Wes Walters

September 19, 2017


Filed under Fantasy Football 101, Top Stories

Last week was a decent week, as we went 8/13. Ted Ginn let us down but as usual, Mike Evans was a beast. So far on the year we sit at ½ for our bold predictions and we expect that to go up this week, as we love Deshone Kizer. Read this week’s edition to find out who to start and who to sit. You ar...

Fantasy Football Love/Hate Week 2

Matan Ziv, Will Strauch, Bryan Look, Wes Walters, and Stan de Martel

September 12, 2017


Filed under Columns, Fantasy Football 101

First off the Israeli Hammer (Matan Ziv) would like to say I told you so to everyone who thought loving Jared Goff was a bad choice. He absolutely showed up, made some nice throws to Cooper Kupp and looked terrific. Look out for many predictions that will make you confused until you wake up monday mornin...

Fantasy Football Love/Hate Week 1

Matan Ziv, Will Strauch, Bryan Look, Wes Walters, and Stan de Martel

September 5, 2017


Filed under Columns, Fantasy Football 101

Quarterback Love: Jared Goff The Colts defense is just bad. The starting cornerback lining up across from Sammy Watkins is Darryl Morris. Goff is going to shred the Colts secondary with the help of Todd Gurley opening up the passing game with big runs. 19 points. Cam Newton Facing a 49er ...

Rookie Projections 2017-2018

Wes Walters, Matan Ziv, Max Jung-Goldberg, and Will Strauch

May 24, 2017


Filed under Fantasy Football 101

Mitch Trubisky: Bust The Chicago Bears may have made one of the worst decisions in the draft by swapping picks with 49ers in order to move up and draft Mitch Trubisky. Trubisky would have been available at the third overall pick but the Bears decided to give up two third round picks as well as fourth...

Great Debate: Should athletes be criticized for leaving their team?

Bryan Look and Ethan Stern

October 3, 2016


Filed under Columns

No. Athletes shouldn’t be penalized for leaving home. by Bryan Look When star athletes become free agents they are often left with an option of either staying where they are and trying to win with what they have, or leaving for a different team where they may be more likely to win games ...

We Believe

Peter Snodgrass and Ben Cleasby

October 3, 2016


Filed under Columns, Last Word

The San Francisco Giants will win the 2016 World Series. The Golden State Warriors will come back from the 2016 NBA Finals lose and win the 2017 NBA Championship. The Oakland A’s will develop a better farm system. The San Francisco 49ers will bounce back in the next four years under the leadership...

Full Court Stress

Full Court Stress

Lauren Koyama and Quinn Knoblock

February 18, 2016


Filed under Columns

Wake up. Go to school. Study. Sleep. Repeat. As the end of the semester approaches, this seems to be the daily life of many high school students. The overload of school work and stress without the proper rest needed for a healthy lifestyle leads students to become consumed by anxiety and stress. As...

Risk it for the Biscuit

Ben Cleasby and Lauren Koyama

February 18, 2016


Filed under Columns, Top Stories

In 1921, eight Chicago White Sox major league baseball players were banned for life after the accusation of fixing the 1919 World series. In 2007, referee Tim Donaghy was sentenced to 15 months in jail for betting on National Basketball Association (NBA) games, which he officiated. In 2015, the National...

History in the Making

History in the Making

Maddy Atwater, Features Editor

January 8, 2016


Filed under Basketball - Boys, Basketball - Girls, Columns, Preview, Top Stories, Winter Sports

Tonight marks a huge night in the Gunn-Paly extensive rivalry: Basketball Quad Night. All four teams (junior varsity boys and girls followed by varsity boys and girls) will compete against each other at Gunn’s Titan Gym. Girls varsity kicks off at 6:15 followed by the boys game at 7:45. If you are...

Curling iron

Curling iron

Maddy Atwater and Ethan Stern

December 8, 2015


Filed under Basketball - Girls, Columns, Photography, Top Stories, Winter Sports, Wrestling

Many high school male athletes lift weights and work out on a very consistent basis for sports training, getting stronger, or even building muscle. You can walk into pretty much any high school weight room and see a male student working out, but you typically will not find a girl in the area. With female...

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