A new era of lacrosse

Kayla Jones | Writer October 19, 2023 On October 16, 2023, after over a century of missing out on one of the world’s most significant competitions, the IOC approved Lacrosse for the 2028 Summer Olympics. […]

Damien Lillard: a farewell story

David Rudnicki | Sports Editor September 28, 2023 Lillard finally gave in to the superteam tactics. After 11 phenomenal seasons as the face of the Portland Trail Blazers franchise and being a six-time NBA all-star, the […]

Sko Buffs? More like no Buffs

Enzo Candolo | Editor-in-Chief September 27th, 2023 Boulder was shocked this past game day after getting smacked dramatically 42-6 by the mighty Oregon Ducks, causing the Buffs’ bandwagon to breakdown. Last Saturday, undefeated University of […]

From Birmingham to Madrid: Jude Bellingham

Enzo Candolo | Editor-in-Chief September 21, 2023 Jude Bellingham might just be the best footballer in the world right now. From absolutely brexit tackles to scoring clutch goals in additional time, there’s not a thing […]

Looking to continue their success: girls tennis

Charlotte Yeskulsky | Writer September 14, 2023 Although last season ended on a disappointing note, coming in a close second for the South Coast League championship against Dana Hills, the Triton girls’ tennis team looks […]

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