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Girls swim dives through Washington

Leilani Mansy dives into the pool to start the first leg of the 200-yard freestyle relay during the home meet against Washington, Dec. 8. Her performance qualified her for state.

Chris Barnett, Sports editor

December 9, 2014

In the first meet of the year the Girls Varsity Swim and Dive Team dominated Washington, 120-60, Dec. 8. In the first event, the Wildcats took second and third with their best relay being disqualified when the team could not finish the race because of injury. The lady Aquacats swept the top three...

Wildcats keep it classy despite loss

Wildcats keep it classy despite loss

Chris Barnett, sports writer

January 24, 2014

The Varsity Girls Swim Team took on the rival Lafayette at Eureka and lost 142-44, Jan. 23. The first heat of the day was the 200 Medley Relay consisting of four different swimmers, swimming four different strokes. Katherine Shelton, backstroke; Emily Muggleton, breaststroke; Gabby James, butterfly and Emma S...

Altering the make-up of learning standards

Samantha Buchanan, Lexie Beckermann, Bryce Bond, Abbie Lakey, Anthony Carrizales and Nathan Arata (9) work as a group to understand a detailed model of DNA in Mrs. Jeanette Bosomworth's 4th hour Biology class, Nov. 8.

Taylor Balleau, feature writer

December 3, 2013

American students rank 25th in math, 17th in science and 14th in reading compared to students in 27 industrialized countries, as reported by The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Home to baseball, hot dogs and "The Simpsons," the United States may fall short on other frontiers...

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