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Basketball

Player to watch: Imanni Maxwell

Published on November 27th, 2013 | by Fiona Moriarty-McLaughlin

The roaring crowds, buzzers, whistles and swishes drive basketball players. Starting her journey at just the age of six, captain of the girls’ varsity basketball team Imanni Maxwell (’15) is continuing to make achievements in her passion... Read More


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Player of the game: Libero

Position of the game: Libero

Published on November 19th, 2013 | by Lillian Graham

After the Summer Olympics of 1988, the International Federation of Volleyball revolutionized the volleyball with the addition of a defensive position — the libero. The Federation added the libero position in order to increase the presence ... Read More


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Player of the game: Set

Position of the game: Set

Published on November 19th, 2013 | by Staff 14-15

As football has its quarterback and basketball has its point guard, the “set” or “hole” is water polo’s pivotal offensive position. Positioned just a few feet from the goal, the set is in the best position ... Read More


Football

Samo beats Inglewood

Samo football beats Inglewood, 21-0

Published on November 6th, 2013 | by Sam Rietta

On Nov. 1, Samo defeated Inglewood 21-0 in an emotional victory to finish out the team’s last home game. It was Samo’s last home game before the playoffs and for most of the seniors, their last ... Read More


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Girls' Volleyball loses to Culver, 3-0

Girls’ Volleyball loses to Culver, 3-0

Published on November 4th, 2013 | by Lillian Graham

Samo’s Girls’ Volleyball team suffered its first loss at home against Culver City High School on Wednesday, Oct. 30 with a score of 3-0. Win or lose, the last home game of every year is always ... Read More


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Greenies beat Culver City, 13-3

Greenies beat Culver City, 13-3

Published on November 1st, 2013 | by Staff 14-15

Boys’ water polo was victorious against its crosstown rival, the Culver City Centaurs, with a score of 13-3 on Wednesday, Oct. ... Read More


Sports

Two Games, One Sport

Two Games, One Sport

Published on November 1st, 2013 | by Gabriel Ziaukas

Tennis has sometimes been thought of as the polite, gentleman’s game, requiring little exertion and being played mostly for fun. However, as is clear from Serena and Venus Williams’s loud “grunts” on the court, tennis is ... Read More


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