The Paw Print

Golden State Warriors Sweep Portland Trail Blazers in NBA Playoffs

Golden State Warriors Sweep Portland Trail Blazers in NBA Playoffs

Cody Bowers, Staff Writer

May 24, 2019


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

It only took four games for the defending National Basketball Association (NBA) champions, the Golden State Warriors, to defeat the Portland Trail Blazers in the semifinals of the NBA playoffs.

NFL Draft Gives a Preview of the Upcoming Season

NFL Draft Gives a Preview of the Upcoming Season

Cody Bowers, Staff Writer

May 16, 2019


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Kyler Murray was selected in the first round with the first pick of the draft by the Arizona Cardinals. He played for the Oklahoma Sooners as a quarterback in college. Kyler was not only drafted for football, but was drafted during the 2018 MLB draft by the Oakland Athletics.

Finishing Line in Sight

Finishing Line in Sight

Emma Hague and Delilah Gemello, Staff Writers

May 2, 2019


Filed under Campus, Sports, Top Stories

As the Woodside High School track season is coming to an end, the school celebrated its seniors' last Wednesday with a night dedicated to them, while runners and jumpers are heading off to the Pacific Athletic League (PAL) championship and varsity trials.

Tiger Woods: The Master’s Comeback

Tiger Woods: The Master’s Comeback

Cienna Cattaneo and Emma Kinder

April 25, 2019


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Tiger Woods beat all odds to come back and win the Masters on Sunday after being sidelined for multiple years with injuries and bad luck.

Woodside Girls Lacrosse in the Bay Area

Woodside Girls Lacrosse in the Bay Area

Alex Manuel, Staff Writer

April 9, 2019


Filed under KQED Youth Takeover, Multimedia, Sports, Top Stories

Lacrosse is making a name for itself in the Bay Area, especially at Woodside High School. Primarily thought of as a preppy rich kid sport, lacrosse is becoming mainstream as it continues to gain popularity in public high schools. Personally, I have just started my fourth year playing for my high school’s team.

“I Can Do All Things…”

“I Can Do All Things…”

Emma Kinder, Staff Writer

April 9, 2019


Filed under KQED Youth Takeover, Multimedia, Sports, Top Stories

Athletes at a young age are told they cannot be athletes and are not good at sports. As a freshman at Woodside High School and an athlete myself, as well as a reporter for the Woodside Paw Print, I have experienced the polar opposite.

High School Athletes Speak About Playing at the Next Level

High School Athletes Speak About Playing at the Next Level

Joseph King, Staff Writer

March 15, 2019


Filed under Multimedia, Opinion, Sports, Top Stories

Six percent of high school Athletes get to play their sport competitively in college. Today, we’ll focus on the lives of a few high school athletes that are taking time to speak about playing at the next level.

Looks Can Be Deceiving

Looks Can Be Deceiving

Emma Kinder, Staff Writer

March 5, 2019


Filed under Multimedia, Opinion, Sports, Top Stories

Kids feel the need to put pressure on themselves due to their parents pressuring them to be successful.

Woodside Basketball: Still Off the Map

Woodside Basketball: Still Off the Map

Noelia Arteaga, Sports Editor

February 4, 2019


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

The Woodside Boys’ Varsity Basketball team lost 36-65 against Sequoia High School in the last rivalry game of the year. The Woodside Girls’ Varsity Basketball team also lost this rivalry game, 48-26.

Soccer Slump

Soccer Slump

Emma Kinder, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

The girls Varsity soccer team is off to a rough start, and with a 2-3-1 record, players are feeling the pressure to improve. “We are off to a rough start because our team consists of mostly freshman,” expressed Ella Driscoll, a player on the Varsity Woodside High School team. “So our team is r...

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