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Max Gilberg is a junior at Redwood High School and is the art consultant for The Redwood Bark. He enjoys playing sports, spending time with friends and family, cinematography and photography.

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Giants edge San Marin in a heated MCAL quarterfinal game

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In a heated first-round MCAL playoffs matchup, the fifth-seeded Redwood Giants edged the fourth-seeded San Marin Mustangs out in a nail-biter 3-2 victory that came down to the final inning. “It was our first playoff game; we were coming off a big loss to Drake, so we wanted to get some momentum back for playoffs,” […]


Memorable Moments

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The Bark’s Remarks interviewed students about some of their most memorable moments in high school. Listen to the podcast here. For more podcasts, visit the Bark’s Soundcloud page here.

Boys varsity basketball season recap

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The Redwood boys’ varsity basketball team finished this season with an impressive record of 22-8. However, the team would go on to lose an extremely close game (34-35) versus Branson in the semi-finals of the MCAL playoffs as well as lose in the second round of the NCS playoffs against Las Lomas, a team located […]

Girls’ varsity soccer scavenges a win from the Pirates

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The girls’ varsity soccer team shut out the Drake Pirates on Tuesday, Dec. 5, winning by a final score of 5-0. Coming off a devastating 0-4 loss to Tamalpais (Tam) on Dec. 2, the Giants wanted to approach this game with a focused and intense mentality. See Josh Cohen’s Recap Video:

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Redwood varsity football, what the future holds

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The Redwood varsity football team finished this season with a record of 3-7, while also losing their sole playoff game on Nov. 11 by a score of 0-42 against Granada High School. With the varsity team finishing last years’ 2016-2017 season with a record of 9-3, as well as making it to the second round […]


Redwood almost fumbles win in the homecoming football game

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For many seniors, the homecoming football game on Nov. 4 would be the last of their football careers; their last time to suit up and their last time to leave everything on the field. Determined to finish the game victorious, the Giants came back from a rough first half to solidify a win against Tamalpais […]

Working on new beats, senior Shayan Davaloo began professionally producing music at the age of 13.

Budding Producers Showcase Musical Originality Online

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Video by Max Gilberg As the sun’s last ray vanishes beyond the mountainous terrain of Marin County, the in-tempo thumping of electronic beats can be heard from the home-studios of senior Shayan Davaloo and junior Brener Arias. Both identify producing electronic beats as their passion, fueled by a yearning for creating original music. Davaloo was […]

Sophomore Genki LeClair and senior Michael Benz shag balls at a small workout on a Sunday afternoon.

LeClair is breath of fresh air for varsity baseball

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Genki LeClair is definitely a name that sticks in your head when you first hear it, but that’s not the only thing leaving an impact. LeClair is playing in his first full season on the varsity baseball team, although he was called up as a freshman to pinch hit for the team in the playoffs […]

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The Chargers fumble in choice to relocate to Los Angeles

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The Seattle Supersonics, the Los Angeles Raiders and the Washington Senators: what do all of these loyal fan bases have in common? They all had to endure the pain of a devastating franchise relocation. These sports organization relocations force teams to leave behind their history as well as their entire fan base. The San Diego […]

Goalkeeper Quinlan O'Connor defends goal from Tamalpais attackers.

Thrilling match results in devastating loss for Redwood

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With seconds left in the fourth quarter, Redwood captain Wyatt Barker held the ball with his team trailing Tam by one. Tightly defended, Barker attempted a final shot, but the ball ricocheted off the goal post and landed inches away from the goal line, as the varsity boys’ water polo team lost a heartbreaker to […]