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Trifecta: Vars baseball does it again
The Lowell varsity baseball team successfully defended their title of city champions on May 6 at AT&T Park, beating their rival, the Washington Eagles 9-1.
Chess queen visits the school, checkmates 15 boards in 3 hours
Chess club president Otto Schmidt was apprehensive before the match. “I’ve been playing chess ever since I was a kid,” he said. “But today I’m going to lose.” This is how Schmidt and http://avteq.net/buy-viagra-online-usa many other players felt when they were about to take on the top-ranked female chess player in the state.
Boys’ volleyball falls 3-2 in Battle of the Birds
After a tough game against the Washington Eagles on April 29, the boys’ varsity volleyball team lost 3-2. The team started out strong, winning the first two sets 25-23, but lost ground in the last three sets.
Promposals are cute, but proceed with caution
Many people love a good promposal. Some people love them so much that they spend a third of their prom budget — an average of $342 of their $919 budget for West Coast promgoers, according to herbal viagra a recent study by Visa — on some elaborate way of asking their date to the dance. Having that person you’ve been pining over for the http://nirvanaspa.co.uk/levitra last month and a half shove a dozen roses in your face is what dreams are made of.

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May 8, 2015

Chess queen visits the school, checkmates 15 boards in 3 hours

Chess club president sophomore Otto Schmidt was apprehensive before the match. “I’ve been playing chess ever since I was a kid,” he said. “But today I’m going to lose.” This is how Schmidt and many other players felt when...

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May 15, 2015

Boys’ tennis dominates AAA with All-City victory, moves on to Norcals

Co-written by JoyAnne Ibay For the eighth consecutive time and sixty-seventh overall, the boys’ tennis team earned themselves a spot in the CIF Norcals Tournament, with a victory over Washington at the San Francisco All-City...

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March 2, 2015

My parents’ divorce: growing up in the new social norm

  “Samantha, your mother and I have been divorced for three years, and we haven’t told you until today.” I remember this pivotal moment even though it was seven years ago — I was sitting in the front seat of my dad’s...

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