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Basketball Senior Night

Basketball Senior Night

Kira Newman, Photography Editor, Staff Writer

February 17, 2017


Filed under Sports

Woodside’s basketball’s Senior Night was a night to celebrate the 2017 graduates including Cesh Reyes, Caitlin Trainer, LeAndra Quijano, Emily Borjon, and Alexa Prado for the girls’ team and Evan McDonough, Riley Thompson, Tony Baldini, and Evan Yedinak for the boys’ team. Woodside played Carlm...

Woodside’s Badminton Team

Woodside’s Badminton Team

Aaron Raubvogel, Online/Social Media Editor

February 14, 2017


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Badminton practice began at the end of January, along with the rest of spring sports. Badminton, although not considered as physically active as other spring sports, still does intensive conditioning and preparation for the season ahead. Woodside World’s Aaron Raubvogel takes an inside look at the bad...

New Season, Same Old Stigmas

New Season, Same Old Stigmas

Stefan Sujansky, Politcal Editor

February 14, 2017


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Out of all of the sports at Woodside High School, the most well-attended by far is track and field.  The beginning of the spring sports season often sees over a hundred students packed into head coach David Hartford’s classroom, all with different levels of commitment to the sport.  Over the years,...

Woodside Athletes sign their National Letters of Intent

Woodside Athletes sign their National Letters of Intent

Beck Patrone, Sports Editor

February 9, 2017


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Every year, On the first Wednesday in February, high school student athletes across the nation make a decision that will change their lives forever. Student athletes wait all year to sign the dotted line that legally binds them to the university that they will spend their next four years attending and p...

Woodside VS Sequoia

Woodside VS Sequoia

Kira Newman, Photography Editor. Staff Writer

February 3, 2017


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Varsity Girls' and Boys' Basketball Montage

Woodside Wild About a 2nd Round at C.C.S

Kiki Koeppen, Staff Writer

January 26, 2017


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With the thought of last year’s C.C.S. victory still on their minds, the varsity girls soccer team is more than ready for their season. Last season the Woodside girls varsity soccer team surprised the league when they beat the almost undefeated Mountain View High School with a nail biting score o...

The Wildcats Run Over the Competition This Year

Beck Patrone, Sports Editor

November 22, 2016


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Blood, sweat, tears, and sore legs. Members of the Woodside Cross Country team felt all of this as they stumbled upon the finish line of their season, gasping for breath. The boys and girls Cross Country teams have competed in seven races this year. Both teams have been extremely successful putti...

Cubs Win World Series

Kianna Koeppen, Staff Writer

November 22, 2016


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Courtney Danley anxiously paces the floor of her room. Gena Estasi bites her nails with anticipation while watching players move across her screen. Karly Ice-Crespo stares at the television in wait while the pitcher throws the ball to the awaiting catcher and batter. Woodside fans are thrilled that the Chicago ...

The Wildcats move up to the Bay Division

The Wildcats move up to the Bay Division

Beck Patrone, Sports Editor

November 2, 2016


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The Woodside High School boys soccer team will be facing tougher competition this year as they go up a league this upcoming season. The Wildcats will move up from the Ocean division to the Bay division. This new division includes the best of the best of teams from the Peninsula Athletic League (PAL)...

Softball Players On Softball Field

Softball Players On Softball Field

Kianna Koeppen, Staff Writer

November 1, 2016


Filed under Local News, Sports

Woodside High School softball players wonder when they will have their torn up field back and whether it will be worth the wait. A bond was approved in Spring 2014 to build a new science wing, also known as the J wing, between the tennis courts and softball fields. Despite the many advantages tha...

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