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The Pilots hit rough waters in the Red Sea

Banning, which made the playoffs for the first time in years, battled hard this season to get where they were, but lost to Birmingham, 36-30, to see their season come to an end. A lot of school spirit, more now than ever, was overwhelming this season. The new de facto name for Banning’s super fans…
<a href="https://highschool.latimes.com/author/olundp/" target="_self">Paul Olund</a>

Paul Olund

November 18, 2014

Banning, which made the playoffs for the first time in years, battled hard this season to get where they were, but lost to Birmingham, 36-30, to see their season come to an end.

A lot of school spirit, more now than ever, was overwhelming this season. The new de facto name for Banning’s super fans is the “Red Sea.” Whether or not they come back stronger next season is a mystery but the school spirit is here to stay.

—Alex Mendez

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From Marshall student to Marshall coach and teacher

From Marshall student to Marshall coach and teacher

Joseph Manahan loves John Marshall High School. He graduated in 1995 and has never left. Well, he did for a few years when he went to college, but in 2002, he came back to teach English, geometry, algebra, and coach the Girls' JV & Varsity volleyball teams. He...