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COVID-19 forces athletes to leave

Somiya Jajieh, Asst. Feature Editor
February 24, 2021

With the threat of COVID-19 still rampant in Southern California, several Diamond Bar High School cross country athletes have dropped out of their sports to keep themselves and others safe. Junior Henna...

Former DBHS student wins fifth PGA Tour

Former DBHS student wins fifth PGA Tour

February 23, 2021

PGA Tour golfer and former Diamond Bar High School student Kevin Na secured his fifth career PGA victory at the Sony Open in Hawaii on Jan. 17. “I felt like Wai’alae is a golf course I really have...

Students lament uncertainty about fate of sports seasons

Students lament uncertainty about fate of sports seasons

Rachel Lee, Asst. Opinion Editor
February 23, 2021

While  virtual training and limited on-campus practice continue,  Diamond Bar High School athletes still have no idea when, or if, their competitive seasons will begin. Nearing the end of the first...

The undisputed GOAT of football

Charles Tam, Asst. Sports Editor
February 23, 2021

Seven-time Super Bowl champion. Three-time Most Valuable Player. 14-time Pro Bowler. These accolades speak for themselves – Tom Brady is not only the undisputed best quarterback in history, but also...

Sophomore engages in recreational skating

Sophomore engages in recreational skating

Vera Wang, Staff Writer
February 23, 2021

While roller skating has had a recent resurgence in popularity through social media apps such as Instagram and TikTok, Diamond Bar High School sophomore Hannah Pacis has been gliding around long before...

A flipping disaster

A flipping disaster

Victoria Artale, Sports Editor
February 23, 2021

USA Gymnastics, A National Governing Body for gymnastics in the US, is no longer known for the gold medals or the athletic stars that represent them. The organization is now known for scandals and bad...

The fallacies of individual exercise

The fallacies of individual exercise

Deesha Pathak, Asst. Sports Editor
February 23, 2021

The pandemic has left  many athletes with no choice but to work out individually or risk their health to continue working with their teammates.  While practicing individually is the best alternative...

Nadal overcomes injuries, commits to college soccer

Nadal overcomes injuries, commits to college soccer

Deesha Pathak, Asst. Sports Editor
January 27, 2021

Megan Nadal’s journey with soccer has not always been easy,  between torn ACLs and struggling with her confidence. But she has overcome those obstacles and now has  committed to play college soccer...

Teams continue to practice on campus

Teams continue to practice on campus

Kyle Hong, Staff Writer
January 27, 2021

Athletics at Diamond Bar High School continue to prepare for an uncertain season of sports as spikes in COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles county increase. Since the first week of November, athletes have...

Eating issue in athletics

Eating issue in athletics

Victoria Artale, Spo
January 27, 2021

Ever since the mid-2010s, many industries have been making strides to be more inclusive of different body types. Despite the long-standing push for body positivity, the world of athletics struggles to...

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