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Fockey frenzy

MC field hockey’s winning season hasn’t slowed, as evident in their win on Thursday against Mission Vista. “We’re top of our league right now,” senior Kelly Blichfeldt said. “We used to lose almost every game but now we’re 10-4.” As the season progressed, the team has faced challenges, but so …

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Girl’s tennis’ struggle and recovery

These past few weeks, the girl’s tennis have been on a down. But with the recent win against Patrick Henry, the girls have made a great comeback. These included doubles matches, which gave the girls some variation from the normal singles. “It’s cool because they’re the only other matches we …

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Cross Country: Palomar Cluster

Not even 103 degree heat deterred MC cross country from performing well at the Palomar Cluster meet. “The meet was at Kit Carson Park, and it was really hot and dusty, which made it hard to breathe,” junior Bailey Sandstrom said. ¨You have all this dirt in your eyes and …

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Golf Girls: Putt-ing in the work

MC’s Golf Girls have been hard at work this season. Though they haven’t won any matches so far, they are getting stronger and closer as a team. “Our practices have gone well and the girls are feeling better about their game,” coach Jim Greci said, “ They are doing better …

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Fighting as one

The 2014 varsity football team prides themselves in emphasizing that they are a family: dedicated to working together in order to be victorious. “We’ve been working as a family a lot,” senior Joaquin Quidachay said. “That’s always been our message: keep playing as a family. This year, compared to other …

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Catching up with cross country

Both boys and girls cross country have earned high-ranked spots for MC in their previous meets. In first meet, the Bronco Round-Up, our teams set high standards for the season. The boys came in fifth place out of twelve schools. Garrett De Long placed third with a time of 9:53.9, …

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Field hockey season progressing

From their summer practices up until now, MC field hockey has been preparing for the pressure of the season. Their 7-3 record is an indication of hard work in practice paying off on the field, especially last week, despite heat waves and lightning. “Monday we played Santana, and we beat …

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Ray Rice domestic abuse outrage

In February, Baltimore Ravens running back, Ray Rice, was arrested and charged with assault, with his then-fiancée, Janay Palmer. The pair got in a fight at a casino in Atlantic City, evidenced by footage showing that they exchanged blows. Additionally, there was a video of Rice dragging Palmer’s unconscious body …

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The stress of college sports

Only two percent of high school athletes will play college sports. Shocking, right? Joining a college sports team is the ultimate goal for many competitive high school athletes, but getting there isn’t easy. Out of the many major collegiate athletic associations, the National Collegiate Athletic Association, or the NCAA, is …

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