The Mirror

Junior makes impact on and off the mat

Jackson Shea and Jacob House
February 22, 2018

CP3 from Jackson T Shea on Vimeo.

Spring sports preview

February 15, 2018

Signing day

Chris Bateman and Spencer Caldwel, Staff Writers
February 8, 2018

Feeling blue? Not the Blues

Jacob Young, Editor-in-chief
December 25, 2017

The Blues came out of the preseason and looked better than they ever have. Every time the TV would be on the Blues game, they would almost certainly be winning. After the Blues started off hot, they have slowed down, not winning as much as when the season started. But there is not a single thing to worry about. The Blues are a professional team and human, the interesting thing about sports is how...

Ball Brothers

Brennan Dolnick, Staff Writer
December 19, 2017

After pulling Liangelo from ULCA and Lamelo from Chino Hills High School, Lavar has decided it’s best for his to play professional basketball overseas in Europe. Both kids have now lost their NCAA eligibility because they have signed for the pro team Vytautas Prienai in Lithuania. Lavar wants his kids to be able to play pro basketball together. With Lonzo being in the NBA, Liangelo getting suspended...

Eyes on State

Dalton Hahn, Staff Writer
December 15, 2017

Junior Corey Peterson walks into the wrestling room with his eyes focusing on one thing. 1st Place. He does not want to be a state runner-up; he wants to be a state champion. Peterson placed 2nd at state in the 160lb weight class and finished with a record of 42-6. Peterson also won the preseason nationals. Though being the first state finalist in 13 years, Peterson was unsatisfied with his season....

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