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500 Meters to Row

500 Meters to Row

November 3, 2018

Rowing, a competitive or recreational sport that involves the propelling forces of an oar to move the b...

Football team defeats Petaluma in 2018 Egg Bowl

Football team defeats Petaluma in 2018 Egg Bowl

October 29, 2018

On Oct. 27, the school's football team beat Petaluma High School in 37-36 in the traditional Egg Bowl cross-town rivalry game.

Cross Country Gauchos Take on Mt. SAC

Cross Country Gauchos Take on Mt. SAC

October 28, 2018

The Gaucho cross country boy’s and girl’s teams have earned first place in their league. Both the...

Back to Sports

Back to Sports

September 21, 2018

To kick off the school year, the school has some exciting sports events coming up which include volleyball, football, cross country, and tennis. The school has changed into a new league and added a few coaches, which will bring some new challenges to this fall season.

Football teams travel to Windsor for first games of the season

Football teams travel to Windsor for first games of the season

August 20, 2018

On Aug. 17, the school junior varsity and varsity boys football team travelled to Windsor High School...

Girls Basketball Defeats Windsor

Girls Basketball Defeats Windsor

January 23, 2018

On Friday, Jan. 19, the school's girls varsity basketball beat Windsor High in a neck-in-neck game, freshman...

Overcoming the Risks

Jacob Anderson and Jashan Gill

November 16, 2017

Filed under Sports

   Student athletes are passionate individuals who display the utmost strength and determination, stopping at nothing to improve their skills and compete to the best of their abilities. These students, no matter how much they train, may experience shortcomings in their athletic careers, including injuries and disabilities rangi...

Playing with Fire

Jack Anthony, Lucia Garay, Andrew Gotshall, Ashley Hancock, Zach McGunagle, and Aalyna Silva

November 16, 2017

Filed under Sports

In the midst of the chaotic Sonoma County fires, the school's fall sports teams were forced to adapt to the frightening new circumstances. Cancelled games, rescheduled practices, and altered playoff schedules were only a few of the ramifications athletes were faced with. Women’s Golf Another sport that suffered the consequences o...

Baile Folklorico

Baile Folklorico

October 18, 2017

Culture is expressed in many forms: art, food, language, music; but for these women, culture comes in t...

The Brunk Era

The Brunk Era

October 6, 2017

A coach is responsible for being a role model beyond the sports field; they are an encourager of strong...

Lokahi Girls Head to Hawaii

Ashley Hancock, Reporter

October 6, 2017

Filed under Sports

August 30 marked a milestone for the 19 and under girls Lokahi Outrigger Canoeing Club. The girls team departed from SFO to go to Hawaii for their first international paddling competition. Junior Ella Reyes tells on the serious amount of preparation and conditioning it took to be ready for the competition.    “It to...

Dive Right In!

Nellely Azpeitia and Jesus Sanchez

October 6, 2017

Filed under Sports

What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you think about sports? Maybe it’s something one does involving a ball or just a way to have fun. What if you took a sport like soccer, rugby, or football into some other conditions, perhaps a pool? You come out with a unique sport called water polo, in which the word ...

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