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Over 200 countries and 11,000 athletes are expected to compete in 339 events at the Tokyo Summer Olympics. This year, preventing coronavirus comes up in discussing athletes' and audiences' safety precautions.

Tokyo 2020 Olympics To Proceed Despite Safety Concerns

Kaitlyn Chen, Staff Writer June 3, 2021

International Olympic Committee (IOC) Vice President Joan Coates confirmed that the Summer Olympics will go ahead in 2021, no matter what the situation is. However, many have concerns about this continuation...

Robinson stands in the street, smiling, wearing an

How Drew Robinson’s Story Inspired Me

Jack Freeman, Co-Editor in Chief June 2, 2021

Editors Note: This story contains depictions of violence, suicide, and other dark themes.  April 16, 2020, was the day Drew Robinson, the 27-year old struggling baseball player, sat in his kitchen...

Rule 600, a bylaw by the California Interscholastic Federation, no longer requires all high school student-athletes to choose between their school and club teams.

How Rule 600 Impacts Woodside Athletics

Cebelli Pfeifer, Staff Writer April 19, 2021

Rule 600, the California Interscholastic Federation's bylaw regarding student-athletes' ability to participate in multiple sports in one season, now permits students to participate in both high school...

Hands reach out to touch a volleyball first over a net.

Freshman Sues the State on the Account of Indoor Sports

Arielle Bruk, Staff Writer April 19, 2021

Stella Buch, a freshman volleyball player at Menlo School, sued San Mateo County and the state of California for not allowing high schools to play indoor sports. After filing the lawsuit on February 26,...

A mix of boy and girl swimmers made up Junior Varsity this year. Here they are making the dive into the pool.

Sports are Back at Woodside High School

Jack Freeman, Co-Editor in Chief March 25, 2021

Sports are back at Woodside High School this week, including football, girls tennis, swimming, and cross country.  Football The Wildcats started their season hot last Friday. Both Junior Varsity...

Woodside High School’s swim team stays hard at work in preparation for their upcoming meet.

Woodside High School Swim Team Competes Virtually

Cebelli Pfeifer, Staff Writer March 11, 2021

As a result of COVID-19 cases rising and falling every day, athletes who play a sport in the Sequoia Union High School District wonder if they are going to have a season at all. Considering COVID-19’s...

Above is the official announcement graphic for the return of

EA Sports Announces the Return of “EA College Football”

Jack Freeman, Co-Editor in Chief March 1, 2021

Electronic Arts (EA) announced the return of their beloved National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Football video game under the new name “EA College Football.” The last NCAA Football game...

Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady celebrates his seventh Super Bowl win.

The Legacy of Super Bowl 55

Charlie Sullivan, Staff Writer February 22, 2021

Super Bowl 55 was a highly anticipated football game, as it was the matchup between arguably the greatest quarterback of all time and one of the NFL’s brightest young stars. However, it ended up being...

49er running back Raheem Mostert charges ahead  against the L.A. Rams, a divisional rival.

The Future of the 49ers

Charlie Sullivan, Staff Writer December 11, 2020

The San Francisco 49ers have been riddled with injuries, and in a very crowded NFC West, the team has suffered and paid the price for their absent players. At a record of four wins and six losses, the...

Not known for his gaming side, MrBeast has officially decided to make an eSports team.

MrBeast Now Promises To Make A League of Legends Team

Anthony Rastellini, Staff Writer December 7, 2020

American Youtuber MrBeast, or Jimmy Donaldson, has announced that he is officially going to start an eSports team for the popular game League of Legends. MrBeast is mostly known for his challenge videos,...

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