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Fall Sports

Cross-country changes elicit positive response

Due to the lack of a competitive outlook last season, cross-country coaches have initiated a new training regimen this season, incorporating elements of cross-fit and other sports, such as swimming, into its practices. Such changes were implemented under the discretion of the coaches, Marie Burns,… Keep Reading

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Varsity boys volleyball claims victory against APIS

Preview Despite an unexpected slow start to the season, losing six games straight, the varsity boys volleyball team was determined to prove otherwise. In their second home game, against Asia Pacific International School (APIS) Green Hawks, on Oct. 1, the team rallied to a three… Keep Reading

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Open gym sessions reflect basketball heat

The acclaimed legacies of last year’s varsity basketball teams have set high standards for this year’s teams, as the boys team went undefeated and the girls team placed third in the KAIAC tournament. In an attempt to replicate last year’s success and improve their basketball… Keep Reading

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North Korean teams excel at 17th Asian Games

Athletes from 45 countries competed in the 17th Incheon Asian games, which were held in South Korea from Sept. 19 to Oct. 4. In particular, North Korean athletes’ participation in the event attracted attention and created tension. According to the DailyNK, South Korean concern regarding… Keep Reading

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September: PE Commentary

This column is a short commentary on current sports events around the world. The commentators, Eva Hong and Patricia Song, express their opinions on these events and conduct interviews with relevant figures. This particular episode is about Ray Rice, who has been indefinitely suspended by… Keep Reading

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Sophomore considers career as ice hockey player

Traveling to distant ice hockey rinks to relieve her stress, Sue Lee (10) plays competitively in an amateur ice hockey team. Having trained for at least four hours a day during the summer, Sue hopes to further her passion for ice hockey and possibly pursue… Keep Reading

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New coaches for fall sports to change team dynamics

With the departure of several teachers in the previous school year, five coaching positions were opened up for returning and new teachers. The positions that were vacated last year included two cross-country positions, two volleyball positions and one tennis position. Unlike Caitlin Lopez, Cristian Iga… Keep Reading

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