Adam Kreitzman Former Staff

Adam Kreitzman, a senior, is a copy editor and the data analyst on the Redwood Bark. In his free time, he enjoys playing the saxophone and sports writing for the site SB Nation. His favorite sports teams are the Warriors, 49ers, Giants, and the Cal Bears. He is renowned for his unmatched fantasy football skill and expertise and is the current champion of a 12-team half-PPR league. Unsurprisingly, his favorite TV Show is The League.

Contact Adam Kreitzman: akreitzman@redwoodbark.org.


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Data Analysis: Public Education Enrollment and Test Scores in the Bay Area

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Data Study: Education Enrollment Trends and Bay Area Test Scores By: Adam Kreitzman   Education is largely considered to be an essential part of our society, and level of education is a major determinant of long-term success, a well-informed society, and a thriving economy. This raises the question: What is the best way to educate […]

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A Look Back at the Headlands Conservation

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In the 1960s, a developer purchased the 2,000 acres of land in the Marin Headlands and made immediate plans for his new community to be called “Marincello.” Marincello was originally conceived to house 30,000 people. Soon, it was realized that the Marin Headlands was a crucial area to complete this national park. In 1972, the […]

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Trio of sophomores play key role on varsity basketball

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With a significant amount of turnover from last season for the boys’ varsity basketball team after star guard Michael Sullivan graduated and now-senior and key starter Jordan Jackson transferred to Tam, Redwood knew it had to adapt this season or face an uphill battle to remain among MCAL’s best teams. But as head coach Steve […]

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Redwood earns critical victory over Branson through explosive third quarter

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Redwood earns critical victory over Branson through explosive third quarter By: Josh Cohen and Adam Kreitzman   Entering the matchup, the Redwood Giants and Branson Bulls found themselves at 8-3 in conference play, making the game vital for the MCAL race with just three games left to play. The first half had the makings of […]

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Boys’ varsity basketball stifles Justin-Siena behind tenacious defensive performance

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Varsity basketball stifles Justin-Siena behind tenacious defensive performance   By: Josh Cohen and Adam Kreitzman   Long before tip-off, the stands filled on each and every side of the gymnasium as students poured in, some to watch basketball, some for the free t-shirt, and others to enjoy the social aspect of the oft-attended game night. […]

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Changing demographics to affect the future of American politics

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Changing demographics to affect the future of American politics By Adam Kreitzman     Although not all Redwood students voted in this year’s election, many of us tuned into the election with serious interest and understanding for perhaps the first time. What some of us might not know is just how large of an impact […]

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Redwood thrashes Novato, cements place among MCAL elite

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Even when Novato defenders could get their hands on senior running back Nick Calzaretta, there was little they could do to bring him down. Despite only carrying the ball 10 times, a tiny workload compared to his previous outings, Calzaretta racked up 270 rushing yards and five rushing touchdowns, a remarkable stat line. But Calzaretta’s […]

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Early mistakes costly as MC puts a dent in Redwood’s season

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       Early mistakes costly as MC puts a dent in Redwood’s season Coming up short The atmosphere on Redwood football’s sideline on Saturday was almost surreal. Each player was carrying themselves with swagger and anyone could tell that the players believed they had what it would take to bring down Marin Catholic (MC). […]

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Five things to watch for: MC vs Redwood Football

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Long known as the perennial powerhouse of MCAL football, the Marin Catholic Wildcats have continually dominated other Marin football teams and sent players to the collegiate level. This year, rather than entering its rivalry game against Redwood as a heavy favorite with MCAL title aspirations, the Wildcats are looking for answers after an underwhelming 1-2 […]

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Girls’ volleyball looks to continue MCAL dominance amidst key departures

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Girls’ volleyball looks to continue MCAL dominance amidst key departures   After years of steamrolling lesser MCAL competition, the girls’ varsity volleyball team is hoping a 2016 squad touting a mixture of proven upperclassmen starters and competitive, hungry younger players will continue its dominance. This year, the team’s success will likely hinge on the play […]