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More than Pigskin with Livingston

Darius Livingston, Sports Editor September 11, 2015
Most sports fans would say the more exhilarating and exciting sports to watch are the ones with male participants. Viewers prefer to watch the NBA instead of the WNBA and would rather watch men’s boxing than women’s boxing. Male sports take the spotlight away from female sports because of the often aggressive nature and fast pace associated with sports like football and basketball. However women’s sports have been gaining both prestige and viewers as recent momentous events have escalated its fan base.


Graschelle Hipolito, Editor-in-Chief September 11, 2015
After the success of the majority of Bear Creek’s athletic department due to last year’s SJAA league change, fall sports teams are hopeful at the prospect of bringing home league titles in several sports.
Let's play ball! New turf field ready for action

Let’s play ball! New turf field ready for action

Emma Garcia, Online Editor-in-Chief September 9, 2015

Injuries are to expected in sports, no matter what the age of the players, but what isn’t expected is that the injuries sustained are not due to the team’s opponents but the very ground they play on. Until...

Spring Sports Wrap-Up

Spring Sports Wrap-Up

Jack Stensland, Staff Writer May 14, 2015
The Bruins experienced yet another successful sports season across the board for badminton, baseball, golf, soccer, swimming, softball, tennis and track and field. When league results were finalized, the Bruins all finished at or near the top.

Assembly Bill 949 will run on cheerleading as a club or sport

Emma Garcia, Online Editor May 14, 2015
So why is cheerleading considered a club? This decision to consider cheerleading a club wasn’t really a decision at all, it was because neither the school or the district can define cheerleading as a sport. Why? The CIF.

Protein shakes are a staple

Jessica Lee, Editor-in-Chief May 14, 2015
According to a research study by Dr. Robert Wolfe and Dr. Sharon Miller, published in the “Journal of the American Medical Association,” the acceptable amount of protein to take every day is between 10 to 35 percent of one’s daily energy intake. A sedentary 19-year-old who is 5'9'' and 167 pounds and needs 2,872 total calories/day would then need to take between 72 to 250 grams of protein.

Dynasties spark fan fever

Darius Livingston, Sports Editor May 14, 2015
All sports teams share one common goal: to become a dynasty.
2/22/14 CALIXTRO ROMIAS San Joaquin Delta College's Eric Sloan in the long jump at 209 Shootout held at Merv Smith Track.

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Alumnus breaks USA Track and Field record

Eric Sloan earns fullride scholarship to USC
Jessica Lee, Editor-in-Chief May 14, 2015
“When he started high school, he was very small. He didn’t have the size but he had the head and the heart. When he came to track, he knew he wanted to do something and he wanted to do well at it, and it took him a little awhile but he found his niche. Once his body caught up to his heart and his mind, well, you see the results of it now.”

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...

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...

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,...

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