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Vikings Badminton falls to Cupertino 21-9

Vikings Badminton falls to Cupertino 21-9

Josh Lai, Staff Writer

March 7, 2019

The Vikings’ badminton team lost their league matchup against Cupertino Pioneers by a score of 21-9 on Thursday afternoon. The matchup was their second game of the season and it ended in another unfortunate result. Finishing the past season with a poor 2-10 record, the team hopes to bring some ...

Casey’s No-hitter Advances Vikings to 3-2

Casey’s No-hitter Advances Vikings to 3-2

Cole Sotnick, Multimedia Director

March 6, 2019

Out of the dugout and into the gray atmosphere Dean Casey (‘20) stepped onto the mound with his eyes locked in on the catcher. His focus and determination did not wane all game as he completed one of the most impressive feats in baseball; a no-hitter. Casey led the 1-0 victory against Sacred Hea...

Emily Wood: 10 Years of Lacrosse

Emily Wood: 10 Years of Lacrosse

Mallory Kuppe and Lauren Daniel

December 16, 2018

Playing the same sport for many years allows one to really get to know the sport well. 10 years after stepping on to the lacrosse field for the first time and months before stepping on the Paly lacrosse field for the last time, Emily Wood (‘19) knows the sport of lacrosse like the back of her hand. D...

Jack Callaghan: Diving Phenom

Nathan Ellisen and Jack Such

December 15, 2018

During the 2012 London Olympics, David Boudia of the United States faced off against Qiu Bo of China in the diving finals. In attendance was Jack Callaghan (‘19) and his family. Although Callaghan had never seen a diving event in his life, he was very intrigued when fellow American David Boudia be...

Palo Alto track and field places fourth in De Anza League trials

Palo Alto track and field places fourth in De Anza League trials

Summer Daniel, Business Manager

May 13, 2018

The Palo Alto High School track and field came in at fourth place with 258 points at the De Anza League Trials on Tuesday, May 1st and Thursday, May 3rd. Los Altos came in at first, followed by Lynbrook, then Los Gatos, with scores of 400, 351, and 265 respectively as Palo Alto unfortunately did not m...

Girls lacrosse routs Wilcox 14-2 to secure a senior night victory

Girls lacrosse routs Wilcox 14-2 to secure a senior night victory

Lauren Daniel, Managing Editor

May 8, 2018

The girls lacrosse team closed their regular season play with a decisive victory over Wilcox Friday night. The win was extra special, as it was senior night for the team. The goal gap widened early on, with the Vikes leading 5-0 only seven minutes into the first half and the team went into the half...

Baseball Rallies to Defeat Wilcox on Senior Night

Baseball Rallies to Defeat Wilcox on Senior Night

Will Strauch, Executive Senior Staff Writer

May 6, 2018

The Palo Alto Vikings baseball team defeated Wilcox by a score of 5-3 on Friday behind a fantastic pitching performance from Niko Lillios (‘18). The Vikings started the night off by celebrating their seniors for senior night in a touching ceremony. The game started off slow with both teams going scoreless in the...

Palo Alto falls to Los Altos 7-5 on Senior Night

Palo Alto falls to Los Altos 7-5 on Senior Night

Sabrina Hall, Senior Staff Writer

May 4, 2018

After a slow start and a few back-and-forth innings, the Los Altos Eagles came out on top with a 7-5 victory over Palo Alto this Friday on Senior Night. The game began differently from the ones that came before it this season, as Coach Brooke Binkley lead the team in celebrating the efforts of Pa...

Varsity Track Dominates De Anza League Finals

Nathan Ellisen, CEO

May 3, 2018

The Boys and Girls Varsity Track Teams Participated in De Anza league finals on Thursday, May 3rd at Paly.   Across the board, the Paly athletes were very successful in their events, winning more events than any of the other teams at the competition.   In the infamous mile run...

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