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Vikings triumph over Cupertino 55-36

Vikings triumph over Cupertino 55-36

Mallory Kuppe, Multimedia Editor

January 30, 2019

In tonight's match-up against Cupertino, Paly had to come in ready for anything. The Vikes have their eyes set on maintaining their league domination and with the Pioneers ranked third in league, this win was crucial. Carly Martin ('21) helped to secure the Viking's win by going 14 for 22. Martin...

Girls Basketball Takes A Win Against Mountain View 62-36

Girls Basketball Takes A Win Against Mountain View 62-36

Sofie Vogel and Mallory kuppe

January 29, 2019

Girls Basketball takes on Mountain View with an impressive win of 62-36. Going into the game, the team was missing one of their teammates Ellie Jeffries ('19), who was out due to sickness which really changed the team dynamic. “We really missed Ellie, but I’m really glad we were able to pull it off.” Es...

Girl’s Basketball Tops South San Francisco 50-43

Girl’s Basketball Tops South San Francisco 50-43

Mallory Kuppe, Multimedia Editor

December 4, 2018

Girl’s basketball won 50-43 in their third non-conference match of the season against the South San Francisco Warriors. Going into the game, the Vikes knew this game wasn’t going to be an easy one. “I expected it to be a really hard game, they’re a physical team,” Head Coach Scott ...

Girls’ Basketball Concludes 2017-2018 Season

Girls’ Basketball Concludes 2017-2018 Season

Mallory Kuppe, Staff Writer

February 25, 2018

Paly lost to Carlmont 41-47 yesterday afternoon, knocking them out of CCS and ending their season. The game started off very strong for the Vikings, ending the first quarter ahead 10-5. By the half, the Vikings and Carlmont were tied 17-17. In the third quarter, Carlmont went on a run, taking the lead, m...

Previewing Winter Sports Postseason

Previewing Winter Sports Postseason

Bryan Look, Editor-in-Chief

February 20, 2018

Boys Basketball (18-2, 12-0) After winning the SCVAL title and being selected as the #3 seed in the CCS Open Division tournament, boys basketball looks to make a run at the open division title. “I want to win Open,” Will Schlemmer (‘18) said. “I think we have enough talent and experien...

History in the Making

History in the Making

Maddy Atwater, Features Editor

January 8, 2016

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

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...

Girls’ basketball destroys Gunn 35-23

Girls’ basketball destroys Gunn 35-23

Zoe Bhargava and Katie Foug

February 8, 2015

On Saturday night, girls’ basketball faced off against the cross-town rival Gunn Titans. With a large crowd in Paly's big gym, the Vikings overtook the Titans 35-23 to continue their undefeated league game streak. "The team was really amped up because it was a rivalry game," head coach Scott Peters...

Girls’ basketball outlasts Saratoga 57-44

Girls’ basketball outlasts Saratoga 57-44

Isaac Kasevich and Michael Pappas

January 14, 2015

Palo Alto girls’ basketball defeated Saratoga 57-44 at Paly on Wednesday evening. Lauren Koyama (‘17) led the charge for the Lady Vikes, pouring in 12 points on four three-pointers. Courtney Lovely (‘16) and Alexis Harris (‘17) also contributed double-digit points. Koyama was pleased with...

Girls’ basketball falls to Wilcox, 58-36

Girls’ basketball falls to Wilcox, 58-36

Tori DeStefano, Staff Writer

January 28, 2014

Paly girl’s basketball dropped their league game against Wilcox high school, in a disappointing 58-36 loss. Despite strong attempts from the Vikes to catch up to Wilcox, the Chargers maintained their lead throughout their entire game. The lady Vikes started off strong in the first quarter with a...

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