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NBA Draft Lottery

Conner Lusk and Zach Phillips
May 14, 2019
Filed under 2018/19, Blogs, Preview

With the basketball season coming to an end, with college wrapping up and the NBA playoffs in full swing, the anual NBA lottery is right around the corner. With Zion Williamson, a once in a generation athlete,  being favored for the #1 draft pick, many teams are looking for ways to take advantage o...

Champion

Champion

Ya'el Sarig, Tina Lagerblad, Josh Lai, and Will DeAndre
April 11, 2019
Filed under 2018/19, Features

If you didn’t know any better, you might think it was Mary Poppins’ bag. After all, the supply of treasures within it appeared endless, and for a mid-sized, seemingly demure black bag, it reached surprising depths. Once a hand went into it, it would invariably spend a few seconds jostling around, encou...

D1 Deception

D1 Deception

Ya'el Sarig and Zach Phillips
March 27, 2019
Filed under 2018/19, Columns

As if bound together, eight people move as one: symmetrically straining against the footplates, forcing the blade of each oar through the shimmering, cold water. Quick hands! Eyes in the boat! Nervous newcomers grunt as the coxswain’s voice pierces the still morning. The sun hasn’t even risen, and ...

Photo of the Week

Photo of the Week

David Hickey, Photo Editor
March 23, 2019
Filed under 2018/19, Great Debate, Softball, Spring Sports, Top Stories

After trailing 4-2 going into the bottom of the 6th inning, the Varsity Softball team scored 12 runs to mercy rule Gunn 14-4.

Girls Lacrosse Dominates Wilcox 16-0

Girls Lacrosse Dominates Wilcox 16-0

Kevin Cullen, Staff Writer
March 14, 2019
Filed under Lacrosse - Girls, Spring Sports, Top Stories

After a tough start to their season, losing their first three games to St. Francis, Castilleja, and Mitty respectively, the girls lacrosse team is now on a tear. Two consecutive blowouts to Willow Glen (20-8) and Wilcox (16-0) have the girls rejuvenated on the field. Some team chemistry the girls seemed to be l...

Early goals leads Girls Lacrosse to blowout win over Willow Glen

Early goals leads Girls Lacrosse to blowout win over Willow Glen

David Hickey, Photo Editor
March 9, 2019
Filed under 2018/19, Featured Sports Scrollbox, Lacrosse - Girls, Spring Sports, Top Stories

Ten seconds into the game, Phoebe Kim (22’) put the Girls Varsity Lacrosse team up 1-0 over Willow Glen. The game already looked like it would be a quick blowout win. Paly’s defense shut down Willow Glen’s attack gave the ball back to Paly’s offense who quickly scored again. Two goals from Abby...

Photo of the Week

Photo of the Week

David Hickey, Photo Editor
March 8, 2019
Filed under 2018/19, Lacrosse - Girls, Multimedia, Photography, Spring Sports

After scoring five goals in the first 4:57 of the game, the Girls Varsity Lacrosse team cruised to a 20-8 victory over Willow Glen.

Vikings baseball dominates Cupertino for second straight game

Vikings baseball dominates Cupertino for second straight game

Ya'el Sarig, Staff writer
March 8, 2019
Filed under 2018/19, Baseball, Spring Sports, Top Stories

The Vikings routed Cupertino for the second straight time in three days, with a final score of 16-1 led by Hyunwoo Roh’s (’19) outstanding performance in pitching a complete game. Cupertino didn’t have much to look forward to arriving at the Paly fields; just two days before, they’d lost handily...

Vikings Badminton falls to Cupertino 21-9

Vikings Badminton falls to Cupertino 21-9

Josh Lai, Staff Writer
March 7, 2019
Filed under Badminton, Spring Sports, Top Stories

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 ...

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