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NBA Preview

By Sanjna Shukla It’s that time of year again. The NBA season has just kicked off, and just about everyone is coming forward with predictions for the 2011 champion. Inevitably, there are the few teams…

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MLB Playoff Overview

By Sida Lu On Oct. 6, 2010, the Major League Baseball (MLB) postseason began with eight teams jostling for the title. Since then, only four teams remain. Let’s take a look at how things are…

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AdMIT it with GRACE: Too Old to Play?

     Whether it’s MSJ Warriors or the Golden State Warriors, look to us to keep you updated on the latest news from the world of sports. We’ll be giving you our take on various topics and…

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Stacked Teams: Fair Play?

     The world of sports has become more popular throughout the years as competitive leagues like the National Basketball Association and National Football League have grown to attract viewers from around the nation. A problem that…

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Coaches Corner: Girls’ Volleyball

Daniel Yang Favorite Athlete: Dwyane Wade Favorite Quote: “Just Do It.” – Nike Interesting Fact: My right leg is slightly shorter than my left leg.      After leading the MSJ Boys’ Volleyball team to their first…

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Lady Warriors Fight to the Finish

On Thursday, March 11, Girl’s Softball faced off against the Dublin Gaels in a hard- fought 11-5 loss. Heading into the game, the Lady Warriors were adjusting to the return of Senior Captain Emmeline Wang…

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Coach's Corner: Boys’ Tennis

Having been a competitive player for over 33 years and now head coach of the MSJ Boys’ Tennis team, Coach Barry Poole shares some thoughts on his goals for this season. Poole is undoubtedly engaged…

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Crowd Control: Restraining the Riot

When it comes to sports, there really isn’t a fine line regarding fan behavior. At sporting events, spectators are asked for nothing more than to carry themselves in a polite manner that presents no distractions…

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MSJ’s Monster in the Cage

Can you see Ryan Zargari playing badminton? Not in a million years. In a school dominated by popular team sports, Senior Ryan Zargari refuses to follow suit. After attending a brutal military school in Florida,…

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Sports on the Dance Floor

Since the beginning of civilization, sports have been a source of recreation and physical activity for people across the globe. Yet dance, which has been present in every culture in history and by definition requires…

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