Mary Winnick Former Staff

Mary Winnick is a senior at Redwood High School. She is a reporter and sports editor on the Bark . She is also Associated Student Body Treasurer and is in Leadership. Mary likes to spend time with her friends and family on her free time and especially loves to eat food and play with her dog.

Contact Mary Winnick: mwinnick@redwoodbark.org.


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A look into the company’s culture: Brandy Melville

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With its revolutionary one-size business model, trendy clothing and a strong social media presence of more than 3.5 million followers on Instagram, clothing company Brandy Melville has become an attractive apparel option for many high school students in the Bay Area.

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Varsity baseball takes rough defeat over rival Marin Catholic

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After routing Justin Siena in a 17-0 game on Thursday, the varsity baseball team took a 8-3 loss to one of their biggest rivals, Marin Catholic, on Friday. This has been Redwood’s first loss against Marin Catholic in two years. Marin Catholic came out strong with one run in the first inning and five more […]

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Freshman sticks with hockey through change in terrain

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Despite changing from skates to cleats and the rink to turf, several essential skills have easily translated in freshman Eva Oppenheim’s switch from ice to field hockey. Oppenheim grew up in Pennsylvania where she started playing ice hockey at the age of six. After moving to California in 2012, she continued playing on ice hockey […]

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Solar panels shine with large monetary and energy savings

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Nearly a year after Redwood installed solar panels in the front parking lot, the system is showing signs of a promising future. Although the school is not yet profiting from the solar energy, they expect to in roughly a decade. David O’Connor, Director of Maintenance and Operations at the Tamalpais Union District Office, said the […]

Senior Zack Kopstein begins to release the ball.

Redwood varsity baseball defeats Marin Catholic to take first place in the MCAL ranking

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The Redwood varsity baseball team overtook Marin Catholic to move into first place in MCALs in a  4-1 rout this past Friday. Marin Catholic came out with fire under their belts in the top of the first inning, scoring one run off the bat. Redwood then came back to tie the game in the bottom […]

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Redwood varsity baseball triumphs Branson 8-3

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The varsity baseball team defeated Branson 8-3 on Tuesday after a series of neck-and-neck innings and a competitive push to take the lead. The Giants were buoyed by sophomore Josh Cohen’s strong pitching in the first five innings, though the rest of the team consistently successfully battled to get on base as well. With hopes […]

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Coaching trio proves key to success on the diamond

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As baseball season swings back around, The Bark has decided to look into exactly what makes this coaching staff so special and different. These three coaches led the varsity team to victory in both North Coast Section and the Marin County Athletic League in 2015. With high expectations for this year’s team, coaches Mike Firenzi, […]

Senior Zack Kopstein prepares to launch the ball.

Redwood varsity baseball claims win against Novato

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The boys’ varsity baseball started off strong in the top of the first inning against Novato High School on tuesday. After junior Nicola Belgum earned a walk, senior Erik Doctor hit a single to right field. Junior Henry Zeisler followed with a double that sent Belgum and Doctor home. Later, Zeisler scored on a single […]

Junior Nicolas Belgum slides into home plate in the Giants' win over Justin Siena on Tuesday, April 19

Redwood varsity baseball steals win from Justin Siena 2-0

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The boys’ varsity baseball team stole a win from Justin Siena 2-0 on Tuesday. The air was crisp as the Giants ran on the field to redeem themselves after they lost their first league game against San Marin, 3-2. Redwood scored its first run in the third inning when junior Nicolas Belgum hit a single […]