Sports

Fall sports adapt to COVID-19 conditions

Fall sports adapt to COVID-19 conditions

COVID-19 has impacted Fountain Valley High School’s sports teams in many ways. The Huntington Beach Union School District has allowed sports to start practicing on campus but is enforcing guidelines to keep players socially distant and avoid the spread of COVID-19....

ESPN struggles with recent employee layoffs

ESPN struggles with recent employee layoffs

The Entertainment and Sports Programming Network (ESPN), perhaps the most well-known global sports broadcasting company and self-dubbed “Worldwide Leader in Sports,” has dismissed nearly 600 employees over the past two years, in addition to cutting $250 million from...

Boys lacrosse falls to Peninsula in double OT, 13-12

On Wednesday, April 15, two lacrosse teams at the top of their game took the stage at Mira Costa High School's Bill Cooper Field. Both elite forces in Bay League, the Mira Costa Mustangs and the Palos Verdes Peninsula Panthers clashed in a...

Palos Verdes Peninsula High School: a trailblazer in sports safety

Freerunning: From Point A to B

Mira Costa seniors Gunner Robinson and David Lopez find their solitude in a sanctuary quite unlike anything else. Nestled away on the outskirts of the South Bay is their safe haven: an obstacle-filled building named Tempest Academy. Tempest Academy specializes in...

Mira Costa Rugby: The Pioneer Story

Mira Costa Rugby: The Pioneer Story

The winter sports season is a time for soccer to shine, basketball to reach new heights, and girls water polo to dominate. These sports thrive in this season, fueled by Mira Costa’s fierce and raucous student body. But this year, Costa welcomes a new athletic program...