The Review

Videographer captures brother’s victories on film

Videographer captures brother’s victories on film

Emma Gobillot, Videographer

August 21, 2014


Filed under SPORTS

Senior Emma Gobillot saw her brother's Senior League baseball team through a new lens this summer while working as a videographer.

Top 10 reasons to still care about soccer

Top 10 reasons to still care about soccer

Brooke Kushwaha, Assignment Editor

July 21, 2014


Filed under SHOWCASE, SPORTS, WINTER SPORTS

The World Cup may be over, but don’t let that diminish your enthusiasm about soccer. Here’s why you should keep watching.

On the court with girls’ tennis

On the court with girls’ tennis

Amy Liu, Staff Writer

April 30, 2014


Filed under SPORTS, SPRING SPORTS

Girls’ tennis gears up for SPC with focused training and continuous victories. The past two years, the team has won seventh place in Division 1.

Wrestling defends title as reigning SPC champions

Wrestling defends title as reigning SPC champions

Jessica Lee, Design Editor

March 6, 2014


Filed under SPORTS, WINTER SPORTS

After overthrowing St. Mark’s 38 year monopoly on SPC wrestling titles last year, the wrestling team managed to capture their second consecutive SPC Championship Title.

Bus carrying tennis team involved in I-45 accident, none injured

Bus carrying tennis team involved in I-45 accident, none injured

Brooke Kushwaha, Staff Writer

March 4, 2014


Filed under NEWS, SPORTS, SPRING SPORTS

On the way back from a tennis match at Dobie, the bus carrying the girls’ and boys’ tennis team was involved in a multi-car accident on I-45.

Boys’ basketball earns third SPC title in four years

Boys’ basketball earns third SPC title in four years

Amy Kang and Lydia Liu

February 15, 2014


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Losing two regular season games against Kinkaid did not bode well for the Mavericks as they headed into the SPC finals against the Falcons. But a reevaluation of their defensive strategy turned the tide to a Maverick victory, 42-39, earning the senior class their third SPC title.

Road to Winter SPC: Boy’ Basketball

Road to Winter SPC: Boy’ Basketball

Matthew Neal, Staff Writer

February 13, 2014


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After consecutive SPC titles in 2011 and 2012 and a second-place finish last year, the seniors on the boys’ basketball team hope to finish their Maverick careers where they began: first in SPC.

Road to Winter SPC: Boys’ Swimming

Road to Winter SPC: Boys’ Swimming

Matthew Neal, Staff Writer

February 13, 2014


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The boys’ swimming team aims to earn its first SPC title with the help of strong senior captains and promising underclassmen.

Road to Winter SPC: Girls’ Swimming

Road to Winter SPC: Girls’ Swimming

Matthew Neal, Staff Writer

February 13, 2014


Filed under SPORTS, WINTER SPORTS

After a long season, the girls’ swimming team has tapered their workouts to prepare for the final stretch at SPC. The team hopes all the hard work from the season will translate into those final races.

Road to Winter SPC: Boys’ Soccer

Road to Winter SPC: Boys’ Soccer

Matthew Neal and Brooke Kushwaha

February 13, 2014


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Boys’ soccer keeps the ball rolling into SPC. Coach Ziad Allan, assisted by Coach Franco Silva, have revamped the team by establishing a new system of offense.

Road to Winter SPC: Girls’ Soccer

Road to Winter SPC: Girls’ Soccer

Matthew Neal, Staff Writer

February 13, 2014


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The girls’ soccer team has had to adapt to injuries, including two torn ACL’s, two ankle sprains and one concussion. The team clinched a third-seed in South Zone.

Road to Winter SPC: Wrestling

Road to Winter SPC: Wrestling

Matthew Neal, Staff Writer

February 13, 2014


Filed under SPORTS, WINTER SPORTS

Following the first SPC championship in the program’s history, the wrestling team hopes to continue its success this year.

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