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Women’s Tennis Leads In League

Women’s Tennis Leads In League

Rachel Seo, Features Editor

October 28, 2015


Filed under Sports

Fall is here, and with its arrival comes a flurry of intense sports schedules, one of which is women’s tennis. Since the beginning of summer, the players of Mr. Lejano’s league-winning team have been preparing for their 2015 season.   Now, their hard work is paying off. Although last year’s gradu...

YLHS Women’s Varsity Cross Country

YLHS Women’s Varsity Cross Country

Hailee Ramirez, Photojournalist

October 21, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Sports

On September 5th, the YLHS Women's  Varsity Cross Country team kicked off their first race of the season in the Cerritos Great Cow Run at Cerritos Regional Park.  This race consisted of 3 miles and 29 different schools, in which the women's varsity team earned 6th place with an average time of 19...

NFL Recap

NFL Recap

Jordan Coley, Sports Editor

September 28, 2015


Filed under Sports

The NFL season has begun. Pool parties with 20 of your dad's closest friends have begun as well. One after one they pile into your living room, all crowded around the TV. Nacho cheese and liters of soda in hand, these men come jeering and hollering. What for? Football season is back, and their team is...

Deflategate: Brady’s Suspension

Deflategate: Brady’s Suspension

Jordan Coley, Sports Editor

May 25, 2015


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While Superbowl XLIX is far in the past, the drama surrounding the winners of the championship, the New England Patriots, has grown. During the AFC Championship game, the New England Patriots were accused of reducing the air pressure in the game balls. By deflating the footballs Brady and his receive...

NBA Playoffs 2015

NBA Playoffs 2015

Aroosa Malik, Photojournalist

May 3, 2015


Filed under Sports

The energetic vibe from the collegiate competition of March Madness is shifting to the National Basketball Association, as the NBA teams are now entering into the 2015 NBA playoffs to compete for the Championship ring.   Overall, the teams are divided into two conferences: East and West....

March Madness!

March Madness!

Aroosa Malik, Photojournalist

May 1, 2015


Filed under Sports

As high school winter sports and men's basketball come to a conclusion, college sports fans eagerly awaited the arrival of March Madness. What is March Madness you say?   March Madness is an NCAA, National Collegiate Athletic Association, basketball tournament that consists of 68 teams from co...

And the Race Begins…

And the Race Begins…

Valerie Pham and Nicole Truong

March 19, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Sports

On March 4, 2015, the YLHS Track team kicked off their season on a high note. The Yorba Linda High School Mustangs competed against the Northwood High School Timberwolves in an unofficial dual-meet. The two teams gathered in the Nathan Shapell Memorial Stadium to begin the first meet of their respective...

ShamRock ‘n Run Fun

ShamRock ‘n Run Fun

Alexis Rodriguez, Layout Editor

March 17, 2015


Filed under Features, News, Sports

Teeming with green spirit and all things St. Patty’s Day, Placentia Yorba Linda Unified School District’s 3rd annual ShamRock ’n Run was in full swing early Sunday morning at the Yorba Regional Park. Runners from throughout the school district, ranging from elementary school children to adults,...

Fandemonium

Fandemonium

Nicole Truong, Co-Sports Editor

March 2, 2015


Filed under Features, Sports

Fandemonium has taken over school sports. The rivalry between student sections has become just as competitive and focused on as the sporting events themselves. How loud the cheers and students are, how elaborate the themes are, and how many people there are are now becoming fodder for school rivalries,...

Women’s Soccer Season Ends with Heartbreaking PK’s

Women’s Soccer Season Ends with Heartbreaking PK’s

Nicole Truong, Co-Sports Editor

March 1, 2015


Filed under Sports

This past Thursday, YLHS Women's Soccer travelled two hours to remote Lancaster to face number 2 seed Quartz Hill in the CIF SS Division 3 quarterfinals. The Mustangs fought hard and played with passion and skill, but the game still extended into two overtimes, with the final score remaining at 0-0....

Mustangs Basketball Programs Compete in CIF

Mustangs Basketball Programs Compete in CIF

Aroosa Malik, Photojournalists

February 23, 2015


Filed under Sports

After placing first in the North Hills/Century league for all teams, boys and girls, our energetic basketball program was ecstatic to find out that the varsity teams had earned a spot in CIF. CIF (formally known as California Interscholastic Federation) games are competitive national games that are...

Congrats Signed Athletes!

Congrats Signed Athletes!

Hannah Kim, Photojournalist

February 17, 2015


Filed under Sports

On February 4, 2015, seven of our very own YLHS Mustangs have committed to different colleges to play the sports they love! Congratulations to:   Softball Jordan Townsend ~ Columbia University Ashley Yoo ~ West Point Cora Roberts ~ Occidental   Basketball Melanie Maggi ~ North Arizona University ...

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