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‘Competitive Greatness’

Emma Hidalgo, senior, and Peyton Lustyk, sophomore, practice a cheer during an Oct. 19 practice.

Melea Altermatt and Katie Kudron

October 21, 2020

“Do not let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do,” John Wooden, former UCLA basketball head coach, wrote in his book Pyramid of Success. BOHS cheer is not allowing the pandemic to interfere with its quest to defend its 2020 national championship.  Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, BOHS...

Steward’s four TD’s powers Wildcats over Fullerton

Senior Ulises Reveles leads the Wildcats in a drill prior to the start of the Sept. 20 contest against Fullerton High School. The Wildcats prevailed behind four TD's by senior Christian Steward.

Zachary Ybarra, Sports Co-Editor

September 21, 2019

“We need to be mentally tough...it’s a long, grueling season. Physically we are prepared, but we need to constantly stay ahead of the grind, mentally,” Robb Perrance, head coach, said. It was that mental toughness, and a barrage of touchdowns and yardage by senior Christian Steward, that led the...

Nakayama stays true

Nakayama stays true

Gunnar Cierley, Staff Writer

November 6, 2018

At the ready of the judge’s signals, Noah Nakayama, senior, raises the bamboo shinai, pacing back and forth to dodge his opponent’s swings. After a swift trade of parries, Nakayama lands a successful jab at his opponent’s stomach, and the tokei gakari (timekeeper) raises a flag to signal t...

Min It to Win It

Senior Varsity co-captains Elly (left) and Sally Min (right) use their unique bond to excel on the tennis court.

Kenneth Kim, Opinion Editor

September 30, 2018

As Elly and Sally Min, seniors, hustle around the hardcourt, the twins seem to share a single mind, communicating through quick glances and synchronized movements. With complete confidence in one other, Elly and Sally, doubles partners, pull off another win, bringing the twins one step closer to CIF-SS...

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