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Wellness and the outdoors: spend some time with “yo’ mamma” Nature

Rowan Orlijan-Rhyne, Sports Editor March 22, 2021

After finishing their homework for the day, a student grabs a pair of shoes and steps outside to go for a walk. Perhaps it is the absence of their homework load, the exposure to the elements, or the perception...

The pack beat Chino Hills 28-0 last Friday.

The pack is back: some competitions, practices begin after yearlong hiatus

Izzy Thomas, Reporter March 22, 2021

With the start of second semester and the consistent decrease in LA County COVID-19 cases, CHS sports have been slowly returning to the games and practices athletes have had to miss so much of this...

Cross-country runners round a turn during their dual meet against Bonita High School on March 6.

Up and running, cross-country becomes first athletic team to be back competing

Sequoia Clark, Features Editor March 22, 2021

On Feb. 20, staggered out along the length of Ayala High School’s football field, and roughly six feet apart, 36 runners assumed their positions along a makeshift starting line. The stands are empty,...

Interviews with cross-country athletes Hannah Endo and Chris Coles

Sequoia Clark, Features Editor March 22, 2021

Included in her coverage of the cross-country team's meet series, which were the first inter-school competitions involving CHS teams in over eleven months, features editor Sequoia Clark interviewed junior...

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From spandex to skirts: Sexism is rooted in female athletes’ uniforms

Melina Tisopulos, Reporter March 22, 2021

Female athletes everywhere are confined to the boundaries drawn by misogyny. Despite being as talented and diligent as their male counterparts, women in sports find themselves receiving fractions of the...

Tennis times: Boys’ tennis lose in their second match of the season

Cheng Li Han, Contributing tennis Reporter March 22, 2021

The boys' junior varsity team fell to Arcadia 1-17. However, this loss is forgivable as Arcadia has consistently been one of the best teams in the area. This is also still the preseason, so the games lost...

Tennis times: Boys’ tennis’ first match of the season is an ace

Cheng Han Li, Contributing Tennis Reporter March 17, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic stopped everything from school to sports in its tracks. Today, while restrictions have relaxed, one can still see signs of COVID-19 everywhere. Not everyone can go to away games,...

New sports at CHS: why add them, and what would it take?

New sports at CHS: why add them, and what would it take?

Melina Tisopulos, Reporter February 26, 2021

CHS offers 23 different sports programs, all of which cater to the varying interests of student athletes. Yet even with an extensive catalog of sporting options, some may feel limited. Field hockey,...

The ongoing PE-credit dilemma: How are student-athletes receiving their credits?

The ongoing PE-credit dilemma: How are student-athletes receiving their credits?

Boushra Bettir, Reporter February 26, 2021

As worried as CHS athletes already are about how sports will operate during the pandemic, how they will properly receive their PE credits is another overwhelming factor that worries athletes even more....

Wellness Within: Pets and their effect on mental and physical health

Wellness Within: Pets and their effect on mental and physical health

Casey Shoultz, Sports Editor January 25, 2021

It is a cold day in Southern California, and with predictions of upcoming rain storms and winds ahead, and you would normally decide to lie in bed, perhaps watch a new Netflix series, and eat varieties...

The silhouette of a sports fan watches a baseball game from home, yet the

A fish out of water: being a sports fan in a global pandemic

Charlie Warren, Sports Editor January 25, 2021

Ok, have a little bit of a confession to make: watching sports this past year has been incredibly dull. Phew. I said it. It’s out there. Apathy just seemed to creep in, slowly but surely, like a...

To go or not to go: inside perspectives on attending athletic practices during Claremont’s most severe COVID-19 surge

To go or not to go: inside perspectives on attending athletic practices during Claremont’s most severe COVID-19 surge

As reported in a previous article, all CHS sports practices were halted on Nov. 30. Despite LA County being an epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic and the continual surge of cases after fall and winter...

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