By Ryan Aranda
The NBA season will soon be upon us and while my two previous columns have discussed the NFL and my predictions for it, I will now turn my attention to the NBA.
As a Los Angeles Lakers fan, I have been able to witness the team win five championships, but now, I am smart enough to know that the team is in a rebuilding mode, and thus not a legitimate championship . . .
By Avery Johnston
Ever wonder what it would be like to become a world famous tennis player? Well, one may not be “world famous,” but could very well be school famous. Although tennis may seem like it’s easy, it takes far much more time to perfect. Tennis is known as the top fifth played sport in the world and could be played by anyone. I interviewed two singles players as they answered various questions about the sport.
Although sisters, these players not only support each other, but also . . .
By Jessica Lopez
What made you want to coach high school water polo?
Coach Hall: “I was originally going to teach elementary school kids, I was going to school to teach elementary kids and I started coaching water polo and it made decide that I wanted to be a high school teacher. So it’s kind of the other way around the teaching lead me to coaching high school.”
Did you play water polo in high school and if so how long and why did you play?
Coach Hall: "Yes, I played water polo in high school for all four years and actually Coach Galloway was my coach for two years in high school. I started swimming when I was four years old and played softball when I was really young so it was a good combination of the two sports.”
How do you think this year’s water polo season is going?
Coach Hall: “Good so far, for boys my JV team is undefeated and for my girls we started pre-season and I have thirty girls who have been coming to pre-season so it has been really good. I’m looking forward to girl season this year.”
Video by Seth Hendrickson
By Layla Abbas
After sweeping Yucaipa 3-0, Citrus Valley’s Varsity volleyball team continues to keep up this momentum as they take on some of their biggest rivals in the upcoming week. Alexis Cordova recalls the Yucaipa match as “[her] favorite win of the season, they are our biggest rivals . . .
Volleyball's Knight and Boyer Share Goals
Video by Kim Aiken and Anthony Orabuena
CV Varsity Water Polo vs Yucaipa
CV JV Water Polo vs Yucaipa
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By Dominic Rios
Do you feel the team will be ready to play RHS by the next game?
What do you feel will be different next time you play RHS?
What was the best thing you saw when you were coaching the team during the game?
In your opinion what do you think you and the team are going to work on until the next game?
"Yes we will be ready to play RHS next time and we will maintain the same level as a team to pull it off. The offensive play will be better by next game as long as we stay on the same level from a team standpoint. I believe that we need to put the shots away and block more shots as a defensive team and as a goalie." -Winson Bi, senior, goalie
"Yes we will be ready next time and we will have two more players who will be able to play in this game that did not play in the last game. Our offense will have more strength next time. We need to work on finishing our shots in the game and cover whoever is the main player and make sure he is never open alone." -Nick Flemington, freshman, field player