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All Burnt Out

All Burnt Out

Sanaz Ebrahimi, Alana Abeyta, David Hickey, and Ryan Stanley
January 28, 2019
Filed under 2018/19, Features

As soon as most kids begin their athletic journey, their parents encourage them to play as many sports as possible. As long as the parent thinks their kid is having fun, they will continue to play those multiple sports. However, once they start to seriously commit to athletics,some kids realize that...

Paly Boys Basketball Defeats Los Altos Despite Fire Alarm Mid Game

Paly Boys Basketball Defeats Los Altos Despite Fire Alarm Mid Game

Joseph Passarello, Staff Writer
January 19, 2019
Filed under Top Stories

The Paly boys basketball team (8-8) triumphed on friday night over Los Altos (10-7) by a final score of 52 to 38, in a game marked by defense and a fire alarm in the third quarter. Both sides began slow, Los Altos had the lead at halftime by a score of only 19-18. “We weren’t playing as we...

Boys Soccer Ties Mountain View 2-2

Boys Soccer Ties Mountain View 2-2

Sanaz Ebrahimi, Staff Writer
January 16, 2019
Filed under Soccer - Boys, Top Stories, Winter Sports

Going into their third league game with a record of 1-1, the boys soccer team was looking forward to taking a win against Mountain View. Little did they know, even with the home field advantage, the pouring rain was coming to ruin their home turf. Regardless of the weather, the Vikings were still ready to...

Boys Basketball Beats Rival Los Gatos

Boys Basketball Beats Rival Los Gatos

Gerzain Gutierrez, Staff Writer
January 13, 2019
Filed under Basketball - Boys, Top Stories

The Palo Alto Vikings boys basketball team were able to take down their rival, the Los Gatos Wildcats, at home by a score of 62-50. “It felt amazing to beat Gatos on our home floor. We really needed that win to get our flow going again,” Matthew Marzano (‘20) said. Paly came out strong as Mar...

The Weight of the Teammate

Nathan Ellisen, Mallory Kuppe, and Summer Daniel
December 17, 2018
Filed under Features

When stepping up to the plate for his first major league at-bat, Jackie Robinson had plenty on his mind besides the baseball that was coming his way. He felt the end of his bat, and knew there was more on the line than the swing he was about to take. Despite the fact that Robinson had plenty of cou...

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Jackson Bundy Interview

Wes Walters and Jackson Chryst
December 17, 2018
Filed under Uncategorized

Watch our interview here 

PA Skyhookers: More Than Basketball

Lincoln Bloom and Ryan Stanley
December 17, 2018
Filed under Uncategorized

The Palo Alto Skyhookers are more than a standard NJB team, they are a brotherhood. The Skyhookers organization is a great outlet for athletes to stay in shape during the offseason as well as strengthen team chemistry. https://youtu.be/zc0dZrhHWZU

Empower Puff

Empower Puff

Kevin Cullen, Sam Cleasby, and Nick Welch
December 17, 2018
Filed under Uncategorized

Paly has had many spirited traditions over the years, many of which have been banned by the Associated Student Body (ASB) and Paly Administration for failing to serve the Paly community in a way that is appropriate or progressive. One famous tradition that has sadly been discontinued is Powder Puff, a high scho...

Empower Puff

Empower Puff

Kevin Cullen, Sam Cleasby, and Nick Welch
December 17, 2018
Filed under Uncategorized

Paly has had many spirited traditions over the years, many of which have been banned by the Associated Student Body (ASB) and Paly Administration for failing to serve the Paly community in a way that is appropriate or progressive. One famous tradition that has sadly been discontinued is Powder Puff, a high scho...

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