Sports

Left to right, senior Ali Lee, junior Grace Marshall, senior Sabrina Nunez, junior Cami Klemme cheering on their teamates

After shaky start, memorial game ends in heartwarming victory

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On Thursday, community members gathered to watch the varsity softball team play Tam in its first home league game. The game was dedicated to Casassa, who coached the team for 27 seasons. “We are playing for [Casassa] today, but everyday we play for him,” said junior and starting pitcher Morgen Celis. “By playing on the field […]

Training during an early season practice, sophomore Rachel Cramer plays catch with a teammate.

Girls’ lacrosse looks to rebound despite inexperience

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Following the graduation of key players Hayden Dean, Kendra Loo and Kaylee Bushell, the girls’ varsity lacrosse team finds itself in an unfamiliar position, scrambling to fill the holes that last year’s seniors left. Senior leaders Neeve Kennedy and Kendall Shaver and junior Caroline Watkins are in a position to step up and fill the […]

Senior Henry Zeisler finishes his swing after a base hit.

Foehr delivers in walkoff fashion on his birthday

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With the score locked at two with runners on second and third and two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning senior Trevor Foehr hit a ground ball up the middle to knock in the winning run and give Redwood the 3-2 victory over Monte Vista on Friday. Foehr’s teammates sprinted out of the […]

Moving to field a ground ball, Zeisler's career at Redwood has prompted shifts throughout different positions on the diamond

Zeisler’s devotion drives commitment to play at collegiate level

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For senior Henry Zeisler, baseball has been a constant throughout his life. So, it seems only appropriate that Zeisler found a place to continue his career, after being admitted to play at Division III Chapman University, with a guaranteed walk-on spot on the team. And while he first intended playing baseball in Division I, Zeisler […]

GLIDING ACROSS THE ice, freshman Erin McGlynn warms up for a game as a San Francisco Sabercat. McGlynn is a captain for the Sabercats and plays in an all-boy’s league.

Erin McGlynn breaks barriers through ice hockey career

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“‘What are you doing? You are a girl, you don’t belong here. Get off the ice.’ That’s not even the worst case,” said freshman Erin McGlynn about the first time that she was told she couldn’t play ice hockey because she was a girl. Originally from Canada, McGlynn is following in her father’s footsteps by […]

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Local rugby club heads to Ireland

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During this past February break, Redwood students who are part of a local rugby club embarked on a trip to Ireland to play against teams in the area. The Marin Highlanders took ten of Redwood’s rugby players with them: sophomore Alex Aguero, juniors Wiley Geiger and Jackson Holscher and seniors Justin Bae, Jax Farrell-Martin, Kyle Fulton, […]

Rowing in the position of stroker as a sophomore, Caroline set the pace and rhythm of her team at the front of the boat. She currently rows in the middle of the boat wherever her talents are needed.

Sports Spotlight: Senior Caroline Noble uses her oar to soar

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A faint breeze blows across the bay, and at 5:30 p.m., the sun is just starting to sink behind the clouds. The after-work commute is abuzz with honking horns as people drive home, racing across the highway ramp by Sir Francis Drake Boulevard. It’s underneath the road that a different sort of race takes place. […]

The Giants huddle before the fourth quarter.

Tam Red-Tailed Hawks soar past Redwood Giants to win second straight championship

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The final buzzer sounded, and Tam students started pouring onto the court excitedly to join their team in a mosh pit at center court. They had just won their second consecutive MCAL championship. After Tam’s thrilling 39-36 victory on Saturday, Redwood’s reaction was much more solemn as their outstanding season came to a disappointing end. […]

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Freshman races past competition to bring on ‘The Heat’

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Most people don’t get behind the wheel until they are 16. But for freshman Heather “The Heat” Hadley, that was not the case. When Heather was nine years old, she raced in a go-kart for the first time, not knowing just how far it would take her. It all started when a friend of Heather’s […]

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Redwood loses final MCAL game to Branson in nailbiter

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Redwood’s senior-heavy boys’ varsity basketball team was eliminated from the MCAL playoffs by Branson Tuesday, Feb. 14. After being substantially down for most of the game Redwood surged back to tie the game in the fourth quarter, but could not attain a lead. The last few minutes involved numerous fouls from both sides, which disrupted […]