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Woodside Baseball Starting Off Strong

Woodside Baseball Starting Off Strong

Beck Patrone, Sports Editor

April 6, 2018

  The Woodside High School baseball team has been successful so far this season with a winning record through fifteen games. After winning five straight league and non league games in a row, the Wildcats dropped their latest matchup with Menlo-Atherton on April 3rd by a tight score of 5-4. S...

Supreme Court Decision Could Possibly Lead to The Legalization of Sports Betting

Supreme Court Decision Could Possibly Lead to The Legalization of Sports Betting

Travis Moss, Staff Writer

March 28, 2018

The Supreme Court is currently deciding on what is quite possibly the most important sports-betting case in United States history. State laws regarding sports betting have remained dormant since the implementation of the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) of 1992. PASPA prevented sta...

Woodside Golf Team Off To A Hot Start

Woodside Golf Team

Beck Patrone, Sports Editor

March 26, 2018

The Woodside High School golf team is off to a hot start, standing undefeated through nine matches. After a difficult season last year, the Wildcats were moved down from the PAL Ocean division to the leagues secondary Bay division. This year's team is highlighted mostly by underclassmen as the squad o...

UPDATED: Let the Madness Begin!

UPDATED: Let the Madness Begin!

Aaron Raubvogel, Co-Editor-in-Chief

March 16, 2018

As the annual March Madness Collegiate Basketball tournament begins, Woodside staged their own basketball tournament. The basketball tournament, officially known as Woodside’s March Madness, began Thursday during lunch and continued through Monday. The team "Senior Thesis" defeated "Trust the Process" ...

Girl’s Soccer Success

Girl’s Soccer Success

Beck Patrone, Sports Editor

March 8, 2018

The Woodside girls soccer team CCS run ended this past Saturday as the wildcats fell to the Saint Francis Lancers in a 2-0 contest. This is now the fourth straight year that the Wildcat’s have made a long run into CCS and have made it into the championship game. This year for the team, they held ...

Despite losses, JV fights on

 Small Forward Nolan Irion pulling up for a jump shot against the MA Bears.

Noelia Arteaga, Staff Writer

February 5, 2018

The Woodside Boy’s JV team have been working hard this season in preparation for the quad away game versus the Sequoia Cherokees on Friday, February 2nd. The JV team this year consists of only sophomores and freshmen, unlike the 2016-2017 team that saw a diversity of players ranging from freshman...

What’s Going on with Woodside Wrestling

What's Going on with Woodside Wrestling

Beck Patrone, Sports Editor

February 1, 2018

The Woodside High School Boys and Girls wrestling team are hitting the mats hard this season. After a rough winter season last year combined with the loss of six valuable seniors, the team this year is off to a 0-2 start. Despite the rough patch that the 2017-2018 team has faced thus far, there are ...

The Lack of Interest in WHS Sports

Beck Patrone, Sports Editor

December 4, 2017

Student support at Woodside High School athletic events this year has been extremely disappointing, with rivalry games being attended by fewer and fewer students. Much of this lack of spirit is due to the recent struggles of some of Woodside’s most prominent athletic teams, especially the 0-10 sea...

The 49ers/WHS Varsity Record Comparison

Credited to Luis Aguilar

Travis Moss, Staff Writer

November 6, 2017

Some have dreamed of having a similar score to an actual NFL team, however this may not be the year to emulate the 49ers. Recently, the San Francisco 49ers and the Woodside Varsity Football team have both suffered abysmal records of 0-8. Some are questioning if the teams are performing up to their p...

Practices and Games Cancelled Due to Weather

Beck Patrone, Sports Editor

November 2, 2017

Several Woodside Fall sports practices and athletic events are being hurt by the recent devastating Northern California fires. Earlier this month, horrific fires in Napa and Sonoma destroyed a whopping 8,400 structures and other buildings. The effects of the fires have left hundreds of Californians...

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