Field Hockey undefeated in tournament play

The field hockey team traveled to Florida for their annual tournament and proceeded to sweep away the competition. The team remains without a loss through four games, having conceded no goals in the 4-0 pummeling of Clarkstown South High School. “It was definitely intimidating going into the tournament as we had only played one game as […]

Individual runners excel during CIF post-season

Individual runners excel during CIF post-season

The varsity track and field team has exceled this season, going nearly undefeated in the Mission League and overall. Seventeen members of the squad made it to CIF playoffs individually, with a breakdown of seven boys and 10 girls, and nine of those people qualified for the finals on May 21. The boys are ranked […]

Tennis continues success without old starters

Tennis continues success without old starters

The boys’ tennis team has had an up-and-down beginning to their 2015-2016 campaign. The team lost many senior players, and new freshman along with former sophomores and juniors who played last year now must step up to fill the roles. Among these players were Tulane University recruit Jacob Adler ’15 and Stanford University commit Michael […]

Boys’ Tennis has slow start to season

The boys’ tennis team has started their season 1-2 with a 10-8 victory over West Ranch High School, a 14-3 loss to University Irvine High School and a 12-6 loss to San Marino High School. The team’s victory over West Ranch proved to them that they could manage on their own after losing key starters […]

Stone-Cutters magazine announces editors for new volume

The first issue of the online Stone-Cutters was released Nov. 5, and new issues will be released throughout the year. The magazine announced its new editors for this year. Emma Kofman ’16 is the new literary editor, Jensen Davis ’16, Jack Li ’17 and Elizabeth Kim ’17 are the new associate literary editors, Jenny Lange […]

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