Raven Report

When ball is life, all else comes second

Ysabelle Punzal, Feature Editor

December 24, 2018

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Exhausted by the hours of practice and stressed by the increase in pressure, having college recruiters watching their every move is a lot to handle. Planning to play in college, some athletes have devoted their lives to these...

Winter Sports Wrap-Up

Soana Afu and Sarah Fazio

March 19, 2018

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Boys Soccer (10-8-3) 3rd in Bay League “The [new] coaches have completely transformed the entire program and definitely deserve the credit regarding our success this season. They provided the backbone to the team.” —Danielle...

Wrestler pins her way to spot at state championships

Shannon Coan, Feature Editor

March 19, 2018

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On Feb. 23-24th, senior Iris Guizar competed at the CIF Wrestling State Championships in Visalia, California, becoming the first athlete to represent Sequoia at the meet in six years. Wrestling coach and history teacher Bradely...

Fall Sports Wrap Up

Fall Sports Wrap Up

January 22, 2018

Body shape dictates sports performance

Soana Afu, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2017

Filed under Op/Ed, Sports

We all remember the awkward years of middle school. Raging emotions, growth pains, weird smells, sweaty palms and an overall feeling of confusion and anxiety. We are told that this happens to everyone, just at different times...

Atypical sports lead Ravens to explore unique opportunities

Brighid Bugos and Krista Weaver

November 15, 2017

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What are the first sports that come to your mind? Was it football, basketball or baseball? Part two of this two part installment, highlights a few students and teachers who prove there are sports beyond the ones offered at Sequoia. Rock...

Ravens leave the nest, flock to alternative sports

Brighid Bugos and Krista Weaver

October 18, 2017

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What are the first sports that come to your mind? Was it football, basketball or baseball? Part one of this two part installment, highlights a few students and teachers who prove there are sports beyond the ones offered at Sequoia. Surfing: “I’ve always had a dee...

Vaulters spring into new year with Stahler

Zack Rosenblatt, Executive Editor

September 20, 2017

Filed under Features, News, Sports

Sequoia’s Pole Vault team played its first matches during the 2017 spring season for the first time after Resources Officer David Stahler decided to lead the team. Though students could still compete in Pole Vault before...

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