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More than pigskin with Livingston

Darius Livingston, Sports Editor June 3, 2016

Most basketball analysts agree that the greatest team to ever touch the court is the ’96 Chicago Bulls led by superstar Michael Jordan. Jordan and the Bulls set a NBA record for most wins in a regular...

Injuries result on playing fields

Injuries result on playing fields

Emma Garcia, Online Editor-in-Chief June 3, 2016

Even after all the good that came from the building of the new football and soccer stadium, there are still Bear Creek sports facilities that are giving athletes and parents concerns. In March, senior...

Extreme ironing? Shin kicking? Yes, there’s a sport for that!

Cody Evans, Staff Writer February 12, 2016

In a society that invests more money paying professional athletes than it does most other workers, sports like extreme ironing, inner tube water polo and shin kicking may hold cryptic identities.  Mass...

CIF moves soccer to winter season

Graschelle Hipolito, Editor-in-Chief February 12, 2016

The winter sports season typically signals basketball games and wrestling matches; however, two additional sports will be added next school year: men’s and women’s soccer. Currently, men’s soccer...

Profile: Litz says player safety a priority

Darius Livingston, Sports Editor February 12, 2016

When former tennis player and parent Gayle Litz applied to coach the tennis team, she had two goals in mind: winning league and fundraising enough money to ensure the safety of the players. “I would...

Several seniors have officially committed to colleges

Several seniors have officially committed to colleges

Ju Hee Park, Staff Writer December 11, 2015

McKenzie Bacich and Abigail Aragon and baseball player Zack Mathis signed letters of intent after being recognized for their athleticism by different colleges. Bacich knew from an early age that she...

Powderpuff girls take football field by storm

Powderpuff girls take football field by storm

Natalia Gevara, Entertainment Editor October 30, 2015

Girls have demonstrated outstanding physical capabilities in the pool, on the track, and on the courts. Although it’s not too often females are given the opportunity to go head to head on the football...

Sibling rivalry: friend or foe?

Sophie Gilliland, Opinion Editor October 30, 2015

Tennis stars Serena Williams and Venus Williams have played each other 27 times in the span of 17 years.  Their most recent match, the U.S. Open, resulted in a 6-2, 1-6, 6-3 win for Serena. After almost...

More than pigskin with Livingston

Darius Livingston, Sports Editor October 30, 2015

Every single college football coach in the SEC ㅡ which consists of powerhouse schools such as the University of Alabama, Auburn and the University of Florida ㅡ are contracted to make over $4 million...

Football-related injuries continue to plague sport

Football-related injuries continue to plague sport

Nathan Aquino, Staff Writer October 30, 2015

It’s been a decade since Matthew Zaragoza Van Gerelden, a junior at East Union High School, died from fatal head trauma.  He collided head-on with with the chest of a player from Bear Creek during the...

Bad air quality affects sports practices

Jessica Dang, Feature Editor October 30, 2015

Smoke, wildfires, breathing issues, ash and heat are all-too familiar conditions for student-athletes during the sizzling early months of school.  With cooler temperatures on their way, students are breathing...

Water polo demands painful physical challenges

Water polo demands painful physical challenges

Darius Livingston, Sports Editor September 11, 2015
Recently, ESPN ranked 60 of the most demanding sports, with the number one spot going to boxing and fishing coming in last. Water polo ranked 11th — but don’t tell those numbers to members of BCHS’s water polo team. With a host of bruises, cuts, bloody noses, aches and pains, these athletes will argue their sport deserves a spot in the top three.
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