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    Peer Tutoring expands offerings

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    HWPA hosts Halloween Senior Appreciation event

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    Remembering Jameson McMullen ’19

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Ashlee Wong ’18 scans the courts in a game against Flintridge S acred Heart last season. Photo Credit: Aaron Park/Chronicle

Squad bonds through winter tournament victories

Luke Casola January 11, 2018

Despite losing in the CIF Playoff Finals last year after finishing with a 25-5 overall record and 6-2 league record, the girls’ basketball team is looking to have a strong season. During the fall, the...

Girls’ basketball defeats Etiwanda, advances to championship

Adam Yu February 26, 2017

The girls’ basketball team defeated Etiwanda in the CIF-SS Open Division Playoffs semi-final by a score of 60-49. After only leading by one point at the half and being tied 41-41 at the end of the third...

Girls’ basketball ready for playoffs

Rian Ratnavale January 13, 2016

After winning their league opener against Notre Dame Academy in blowout fashion by a score of 72-40, the girls’ basketball team has the momentum it needs to make a championship run in CIF-SS Playoffs...

Jayda and Jayla Ruffus-Milner are identical twins both playing on the girls varsity basketball tema. Credit: Pavan Tauh/Big Red

Double Trouble: twins Jayla and Jayda Ruffus-Milner compete side-by-side (video)

Rian Ratnavale January 7, 2016

As Jayla and Jayda Ruffus-Milner ’18 watch the waning seconds of the Varsity Football game at Homecoming, it’s easy to see how much the twins enjoy sports. While their other friends are talking or...

Squad drops first league game, comes back with one point victory in next game

Henry Vogel January 18, 2015

The girls' basketball team bounced back from an in-league loss to Chaminade with a 55-54 win over Horizon Academy in the Alemany Shootout Saturday. The 70-47 loss to Chaminade was the team's first league...

Bench depth compensates for girls’ basketball injuries

Henry Vogel January 15, 2015

The girls’ basketball team will utilize a high-pressure defense and an up-tempo, guard-heavy offense to compensate for its lack of size as the league season gets under way. In the girls’ non-league...

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