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MC Swims into 2016 Season

The sets may be getting harder, and the sun may be heating up the pool deck, but the MC swim team is stepping up to meet the challenge. Encouraged by the longtime rivalry between Westview  and MC, the stands were full as both the varsity and JV swimmers took their …

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Gymnastics Flippin’ into Season

Gymnastics, the sport that combines 10 sports into 1. Floor, bars, vault, beam. With the girls flipping and hurling themselves at bars, the sport is captivating if not terrifying. MC’s  gymnastics team has been working harder than ever on all theses skills and techniques to make the sport look effortless. …

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Boys Lacrosse: A New Start

After winning the Division II CIF title last season, the boys lacrosse team has plenty to look forward to this season. So far the 2016 season has been a success as the boys are off to a scorching 7-1 start, and are currently ranked 16th in California by Maxpreps. The …

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Committed athletes eager for new opportunities

As seniors make their decisions on where to go to college, the choice is even harder for athletes hoping to accept scholarships. Athletes spend countless hours perfecting their skills, hoping to receive recognition or even money to help fund their education. Here at MC, there are several athletes that will …

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Freshman reaches new heights

The sun hits Sundevil Stadium as the procession of track and field athletes head up the stairs into the bleachers. Among the MC athletes is freshman Kimmy McPherson, a soccer player and a member in the coveted group known as “Jump Squad.” Even as a freshman, McPherson has been noticed …

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No more roller hockey

Roller Hockey is a competitive, intense sport, that, in the past has been a significant part of many MC students lives. But, at this point, Senior Brandon Mitchell is the sole  returning roller hockey player, since the rest of the team graduated last year. “From our school, the team was …

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Regulation falsification

The news of El Niño had many San Diegans stocking up on necessities so they wouldn’t have to go outdoors in the unusually violent weather. Some families went as far as pulling their children out of school for a few days, bracing for the impact of the thunderstorms that hit …

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Ball is life

The orange ball pounding against the court sends vibrations throughout the entire gym, as the final buzzer rings and the team strolls off. MC’s girls basketball team has dribbled into the new season successfully, with a whopping victory of 63-16 against Kearny Mesa. Weeks of preparation go into preparing for …

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