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The Review

Video: Why cheer will become an official SJS sport next fall

Video: Why cheer will become an official SJS sport next fall

Virginia Carolyn Crawford and Evan Williams January 10, 2024

  Additional reporting by Amina Zegar and Annie Li

For most sports, the difference between varsity and junior varsity sports is very clear, but in boys’ lacrosse, the line between the two groups is blurred. 

Boys’ lacrosse reflects on year, team dynamics

Kate Johnson and Lulu Flores May 15, 2023
For most sports, the difference between varsity and junior varsity sports is very clear, but in boys’ lacrosse, the line between the two groups is blurred.
Pod On The Quad: An interview with one of Americas top junior tennis players

Pod On The Quad: An interview with one of America’s top junior tennis players

Richard Liang, James Li, and Chloe West April 7, 2022
In this episode of Pod On The Quad, junior Victoria Zhao discusses her experiences with hard work, motivation and ambition as a young rising tennis player in America. The show is hosted by Richard Liang. 
The 2021 World Series was the second-lowest-viewed finale in MLB history. Baseball is a dying sport, but there’s still a chance to save it.

Past time for ‘America’s Pastime’: The MLB needs to play hardball

Richard Liang, Staff Writer March 24, 2022
The 2021 World Series was the second-lowest-viewed finale in MLB history. Baseball is a dying sport, but there’s still a chance to save it. Sophomore Richard Liang shares his solutions.
Junior Alexa Christensen rests on the track after a long and tiring day of classes and sports practice.

The mental side of sports: Athletes develop ways to maintain a positive mindset

Serina Yan and Mia Hong January 8, 2022
Mental health among athletes is often a forgotten aspect of sports. While competing, student-athletes encounter performance anxiety and recruitment pressures. Many also struggle to maintain a healthy balance between their sleep schedules, social lives, academics and sports.
Junior William Thames grimaces, preparing to pass junior assignments editor Wilson Bailey at the 1200-meter mark.

Photo Gallery: Cross country runners struggle through annual Milk Mile

Lexi Guo and Sarah Clark January 7, 2022
On Dec. 16, members of the cross country team participated in the third annual Milk Mile challenge. In between each of the four laps, runners consumed one glass of whole milk, chocolate milk or eggnog while trying to a complete a mile as fast as possible. 
Pod on the Quad: Football captains, Episode 2

Pod on the Quad: Football captains, Episode 2

Ella West, Editor-in-Chief September 30, 2021
In this episode of Pod on the Quad, host Ella West continues her conversation with the football captains, John Perdue, Miles Masterson, Stefan Gustafson and Michael Skaribas.
Pod on the Quad: Field hockey captains

Pod on the Quad: Field hockey captains

Ella West, Print Editor-in-Chief September 27, 2021
In this episode of Pod on the Quad, host Ella West talks with the field hockey captains, Sloan Davidson and Megan Wetzel.
Seniors, decked out in western gear, send a loud and clear message to John Cooper not to mess with the Mavericks. “Fans make the games much more enjoyable,” Co-Captain Michael Skaribas said. “They give us extra energy when we’re on the field.”

Football wins season opener against John Cooper School

Lexi Guo, Johnathon Li, and Sarah Clark September 7, 2021
On Aug. 27, the Mavericks won the first football game of the year against John Cooper School. 
Pod on the Quad: Sports and COVID, Episode 1

Pod on the Quad: Sports and COVID, Episode 1

Ella West and Jack Ringold December 15, 2020
In the first episode of Pod on the Quad: Sports and COVID, co-hosts Ella West and Jack Ringold, along with panelists Grace Enerson and Nico Del Frate, discuss the sentiments and stories surrounding the pandemic's effects on pro sports. Later, they talk about what could lie ahead for these teams.
Last year, Beckett Vine, Mary VanLoh, Amelia Williams and Christine Wang celebrated National Signing Day.

Athletes, coaches adjust recruiting during COVID-19 pandemic

Wilson Bailey, Staff Writer December 10, 2020
When COVID-19 caused the cancellation of sports seasons and SPC, many athletes lost a key opportunity to interact with and prove themselves to college coaches.
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