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Girls’ lacrosse beats Pioneer, 10-5

Girls’ lacrosse beats Pioneer, 10-5

Mira Ahmad, Staff Writer

March 22, 2011

The Palo Alto High School varsity girls' lacrosse team beat Pioneer High School, 10-5 , on Tuesday at Paly. The Lady Vikes (3-0-0 SCVAL) dominated the majority of the first half. Attack Kimmie Flather ('12) put the Vikes on the scoreboard early on. Flather had three goals on the night. Paly continued...

Menlo School edges Paly girls’ lacrosse, 9-8

Brennan Miller, Staff Writer

March 16, 2011

The Paly girls’ varsity lacrosse team (1-3,1-0) lost to the Menlo School (1-1,0-0) this afternoon 9-8. As reflected by the one goal difference, the game was close the entire way. Paly opened the scoring early, jumping out to a one-goal lead on its first possession. Midfielder Nina Kelty (’13)...

Boys’ lacrosse beats Los Gatos, 12-9

Boys’ lacrosse beats Los Gatos, 12-9

Alan Lamarque, Staff Writer

March 16, 2011

The Paly boys' lacrosse team handily beat the Los Gatos Wildcats 12-9 Monday night at Paly's lacrosse field. Although the score indicates the game was close, the Vikings' were able to wrap up the victory with a 9-3 lead heading into halftime. Attack John Brunett ('11) scored the first goal,...

Cal drops five sports due to budget cuts

Cal drops five sports due to budget cuts

Emy Kelty

March 10, 2011

Around the country a handful of high school athletes dream of someday playing sports at University of California Berkeley, one of the top athletic and academic universities in the world. 814 young adults are lucky enough to play their respective sports there. On September 28th, 163 of these athl...

Boys’ lacrosse defeats University, 11-9

Boys’ lacrosse defeats University, 11-9

Mira Ahmad, Staff Writer

March 9, 2011

The Palo Alto High School boys’ varsity lacrosse team won its first home game of the year, defeating University High School 11-9 on Tuesday night at Paly. The Vikings are starting preseason games without key players middie Kris Hoglund (‘12) and attacker Bryan Keohane (‘11). Hoglund is healing...

Game Day Swag

Game Day Swag

Paige Borsos, Staff Writer

March 9, 2011

Game day: For any athlete, it signifies an opportunity to compete, to showcase practice and to take home a victory. Unlike an ordinary day, it is 24 hours of being in an athletic mentality. Whether it is a Major League baseball team, a college basketball team or the Palo Alto High School football team,...

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