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San Diego Gulls lose to Stockton Heat

The San Diego Gulls ended with a 6-3 loss against the Stockton Heat Friday night at the Valley View Casino Center. Stockton started out by scoring in the first 27 seconds of the game, with Brett Findlay finishing a  rebound shot by Tyler Wotherspoon. Hunter Shinkaruk later scored a power play …

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Girls basketball welcomes in new members

The MC girls basketball team defeated Granite Hills High School this past Thursday, Nov. 30. From the beginning the team brought their  A-game, ultimately beating the Eagles 39-17. Throughout the game, the strong teamwork was apparent as the girls  included each player The veteran upperclassmen involved the newer freshman players. …

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San Diego’s new professional lacrosse team

San Diego is now home to a  National Lacrosse League (NLL) professional lacrosse team: The San Diego Seals. The NLL has been aggressively expanding their league in recent years to coincide with a jump in popularity of the sport, and on Aug. 30, 2017 they awarded Joseph Tsai permission to …

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MC Girls varsity soccer team for the win

With a blow of a whistle and the stadium lights blazing, the MC  Girls soccer team began  their fight against Ramona High School. MC  won against the bulldogs with a  score of 2-0. With their first win of the season, it made all the difference to the team. Stephanie Ward, MC …

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Cross Country runners kick asphalt

Feet pounding, chest tight, sides cramping, lungs telling you to stop; all these flee from mind at the sound of fellow teammates cries of encouragement. The final stretch, the last 200 meters, where runners think, “I am going to collapse”, and maybe they do, but not before they cross that …

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MC varsity soccer season starts with success

MC’s varsity soccer team has won its first two games against Morse and Kearny. Senior Jacob Lofgren believes that soccer is not only a physical challenge, but also a mental one. “Soccer is always a changing game. You go into the game thinking one thing and having certain strategies for …

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Russia banned from Pyeongchang

Sochi, Russia held the last Winter Olympics in 2014, and under the hopeful eyes of their entire nation, the Russian team earned nine gold medals, placing fourth in the overall medal count. This was a surprising performance by the home-favorite, but even more surprising was the widespread illegal use of …

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MC Football Wins Homecoming Game

Friday Oct. 20, the MC football team played their Homecoming game against Del Norte, and emerged with a 28-20 win. The team has high hopes for the rest of the season, according to seniors Spencer Jackson and Sean Casey, and sophomore Ty Virgin. “Our big goal is winning CIF, that’s …

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New Olympic sports bring a kick to century old games

The International Olympics Committee (IOC) session in Rio de Janeiro planned for a more modern evolution of the Olympic games. The committee created a more urban theme to appeal to the younger generation, with plans to stage the skateboarding and sports climbing events in temporary locations in city settings. While …

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Field Hockey for the win

MC field hockey is off to a great start with a 6-0 win against Otay Ranch, goals scored by Makenna Rodriguez, Eden Villalovas, and Taylor Gabocy. The girls maintained  constant teamwork and  persistence throughout the game. In comparison to last year, Megan Knee, a sophomore and second year returner to …

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