Boys’ varsity golf hosts tournament with over 20 teams at Meadow Club

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The weather conditions were exceptional as the Redwood boys’ golf team hosted 22 teams from around the Bay Area in a tournament at Meadow Club Golf Course in Fairfax on Monday, March 21. Redwood placed 5th, with Tamalpais High School winning the tournament. Junior Anthony Alioto had a stellar performance as he shot a score […]

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 […]


Transfer student brings Aruban flair to baseball field

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Circling his arms around his shoulders, stretching his calves out against the fence and swinging his hips from side to side, senior shortstop Dionathan (Dio) Cornet prepares for his first American high school varsity baseball game. There is a low buzz in the bleachers as the fans anticipate the start of the game. To the […]


Kurakin proves that effort trumps talent

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As a seven-year-old growing up in Khabarovsk, Russia, all Ivan Kurakin wanted to do was swim like his older brother. Every opportunity he had, Kurakin found a way to swim and to work on his craft. Eleven years later, Kurakin continues to push his body to its limits. A member of both North Bay Aquatics […]


Boys’ varsity soccer secures MCAL pennant against Marin Catholic

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A crimson sea of Redwood students crowd around the fence at Marin Catholic, anxiously holding their breath. The boys’ varsity soccer team has just scored all five of their penalty kicks in the penalty shootout against the Wildcats on Feb. 10 during the MCAL championship game. A Marin Catholic player slowly makes his way to […]


Tactics and a close-knit bond take girls’ varsity basketball to the top

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The last time the Redwood girls’ varsity basketball team took the MCAL pennant was in 1987, according to coach Diane Peterson. Just over 30 years later, the girls grabbed the pennant once more. According to Peterson, the team was elated to have won an MCAL pennant and end to season with an overall record of […]


Girls’ volleyball takes to the sand to compete in new beach league

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Redwood’s newly established girls’ beach volleyball team (Redwood Sand) gathered together at Piper Park Sun. March 4 to play in their first tournament against Branson, Convent and University High School. Comprised of a core group of regular season Redwood volleyball players (freshman to varsity levels), the new team is the only beach team in the […]

Teaming up on defense, Redwood players force an opponent out of bounds.

Boy’s varsity lacrosse secures first victory of the season

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On Tuesday, Feb 27., the Redwood boys’ varsity lacrosse team beat Casa Grande High School with a final score of 19-10. After a tough loss earlier this week against the De La Salle Spartans, the Giants pulled their first victory in their second game of the season. The game started off with the Giants gaining […]

Giants huddle together at half time preparing for the second half of the game.

Boys’ varsity lacrosse season takes off with close game against the Spartans

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On Feb. 24, the Redwood varsity boys’ lacrosse team started off their season with a home game against the De La Salle Spartans. Although the Giants put their best effort out on the field, De La Salle took the win with a close score of 11-9.  According to senior Will Kepler, who plays defense, the […]

Scott Matthews celebrates after a possession.

Giants able to fend off the Wildcats in first round victory

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On Tuesday, Feb. 13, the boys’ varsity basketball team pulled out the victory from the Marin Catholic Wildcats in the first round of MCAL playoffs for the first time since 2014. The Giants won 49-44 due to the team’s key free throw shooting and crunch time blocks by junior guard Miles Squires at the end […]