The Bruin Voice

Dynasties spark fan fever

Darius Livingston, Sports Editor

May 14, 2015

All sports teams share one common goal: to become a dynasty.

Basketball coaches fired despite successes

Cameron Morelli, Editor-in-Chief

May 14, 2015

Both the girls and boys basketball teams had impressive seasons this spring – with the girls team finishing off 9-1 in their league and the boys team 8-2. Thus, it came as a bit of a shock when both teams’ coaches, Jason Lowrey and Rod Cortes respectively, were dismissed from their positions on March 12.

Winter Sports Wrap-Up

Darius Livingston, Sports Editor

February 5, 2015

After the success of fall sports − five out of seven fall sports had a win-loss ratio of above .500 ‒ winter sports had a tough act to follow. But they stood up to the challenge and in some cases exceeded it. Both winter sports,...

Maintain progress on New Year’s fitness resolutions

Jack Stensland, Sports Editor

February 4, 2015

“New year, new me” is what students all over the country say as they make their resolutions to improve their lifestyles for the upcoming year. Unfortunately, these resolutions usually turn out to be only fantasies as students...

Second generation basketball player leads team to success

Kristin Lam, Co-Editor-in-Chief

February 4, 2015

Named MVP at Stagg High School’s tournament and again at the McDonald’s Classic just a week later in December, senior Andre Green started this season on fire. With a current season record of 17-3, the varsity boys basketball...

Faralynn Boconan dominates competition in high-level martial arts

September 19, 2014

After starting her new passion for karate, many of her friends and family found it hard to believe and only thought of her as the bubbly girl who could sing. Even Bonocan herself recalls thinking she was too “girly” to do such an aggressive contact sport.

Spring sports wrap-up

Brandon Miramontes, Sports Editor

May 30, 2014

Badminton The varsity boys finished the season 7-1 and shared first place with the Franklin boys for the SJAA league. The varsity girls held the same season record as the boys and also placed first. “Hard work at practice...

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