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Track Has Mixed Results in Meet Against Huntington

By BROOKE BAXTER Staff Writer  The Trojans raced strong in their Track and Field home meet against Huntington Beach on Thursday, March 5th. The Boys won 74-49 while the Girls lost 64.5-57.5. “The girls Varsity raced well against HB” Junior Captain Collette Lowengrub said. “Even though we didn’t win, everyone tried their  best and gave...

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Baseball Falls Short in Match Against Northwood

By ALLAN ZENG Staff Writer  The Trojans faced off against Northwood High last Friday, March 6th, and unfortunately were unable to come away with the victory. Although the Trojans had a strong offensive performance, batting in five runs, they were unable to get enough defensive stops, ultimately losing 8-5.  Senior pitcher and first baseman Faraz...

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UHS Swim Off to a Good Start at Irvine Relays

By JOSHUA NGUYEN Staff Writer  Boys and Girls Swim teams started their season this past Friday on February 28th, participating in the Irvine Relays at the William Woollett Jr. Aquatics Center. All six Pacific Coast League schools were in attendance, with a total of 3,179 athletes total.  Girls Swim placed second overall at Irvine Relays.  ...

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Boys Lacrosse Come Up Short to Start Season

By ALEX MILLER Staff Writer  Boys lacrosse lost their first preseason game against Canyon by a score of 5-7 Throughout the game, the team was struggling to keep up, but decreased the gap in goals in the final quarter. However, the improvement shown throughout the game was encouraging, as the team may be lacking experience....

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Boys Volleyball start 2020 season with 4 match-tournament

By NIMA MOVAHEDI Staff Writer  Boys Volleyball went against 4 teams in their inaugural tournament at Tesoro High School, winning one match, and losing three. Though the results did not turn out as well as they wanted, the team still feels good with the way they performed. “We played hard, made a few errors but...

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Runners Placed 6th Overall in Winter State Track Championships

By BROOKE BAXTER Staff Writer  Current University High School sprinters Senior Lance Deolden, Junior Yaseen Sattar, Junior Anthony Bonfa and former sprinter and long-distance runner, Junior Michael Blinstrub competed under University to place 6th overall in the 800 Sprint Medley Relay (SMR) at the California Winter Track and Field Championships. The meet took place at...

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Wrestling Season Comes to a Close

By JOSHUA NGUYEN Staff Writer Wrestling season came to a close this past Friday, February 14th, after nine UHS wrestlers competed in the first round of C.I.F.. Sophomore Patrick Bassily and Junior Captain Rowan Corpus both made the second day of the playoffs, with Corpus placing 6th in his weight class.  “I’m happy with the...

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DHH Football: A Tale of Perseverance, Triumph, and the Future

By LUKE CURTIS Staff Writer On January 16th, 2020, University’s Deaf and Hard of Hearing football team won its first league championship, and received a television presentation by Fox 11 to receive specially tailored team gear from the Helpful Honda people. It may seem like a nice fairytale ending for the football team, but the...

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Boys Soccer Historic Win Against San Clemente

By ARUSH MEHROTRA Staff Writer After defeating Mira Costa for their first ever division 1 victory, Boys Soccer defeated the number one ranked team in the state: San Clemente. After a scoreless draw, the match came down to the wire in a penalty shootout, with the Trojans winning 7-6 in penalties.  “Coming into the game,...

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Girl’s Water Polo Season Comes to a Close

By ALEX MILLER Staff Writer Girl’s water polo’s successful season came to an end after a 10-16  loss in the first round against Glendora. However, with an overall 14-11 record, and CIF qualification, the team was satisfied with their season, and how they have grown as a team. It’s great that we ended the season...