Girls’ basketball gallops past Mustangs to MCAL final

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The Giants rolled past San Marin with a 13 point win, spurred by a big fourth quarter effort to pull away. The highlight of the game came as senior Nicki Yang hit a halfcourt heave at the end of the first half.


Family business: Junior follows brother’s footsteps toward greatness

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The name Dow has become a staple in the Redwood wrestling world over the past few years. Perhaps this is due to the success of junior Spencer Dow, or maybe it is because of the success of Spencer’s older brother, Riley, who placed second in NCS as a senior last year and continued on to […]


Tahoe time: Skiers stoked about record-setting snowfall

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Recent extreme weather has brought Redwood skiers out of their drought depression and back onto the slopes of Tahoe. The ski hype has been difficult to sustain due to poor precipitation levels over the past two years, but some students never gave up their love for the mountain. This year’s incredible snowfall has rewarded them […]

Sprinting down the field, junior Hannah Halford attempts a shot on goal.

Girls’ varsity soccer falls to Novato 2-1

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On Wednesday afternoon, the varsity girls experienced one of their last soccer games of the season against Novato High School. Novato just barely slipped a win with a score of 2-1. While both Redwood and Novato made it on the scoreboard in the first half, Novato scored again with seven minutes remaining in the half, […]


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 […]


Girls’ basketball overpowers Branson with an impressive 66-23 victory

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Despite a slow start against a lackluster opponent, the girls’ varsity basketball team regained their composure and trounced Branson by a score of 63-23 on Saturday. Saturday night’s win put the Giants in a tie for third in MCAL behind Tam and San Marin. Despite such a dominant victory, the girls still need to play […]

Predictions for Super Bowl LI

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Bark’s Super Bowl Predictions Belichich and Brady have been here many times before   Super Bowl LI will consist of Tom Brady, arguably the greatest quarterback in the history of professional football, and mastermind coach Bill Belichick facing off against a team with almost no Super Bowl experience, a mediocre defensive secondary and little other […]

Boys’ soccer continues winning streak in season finale against Novato

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The boys’ varsity soccer team avoided a potential “trap game” against Novato on Thursday, getting out to an early lead and never looking back during their 4-1 victory. The Giants won convincingly behind an impenetrable defense and an offense that capitalized on scoring chances. Senior Dany Rodas got the team going with a shot that […]

Preforming the routine, the 12 girls practice a stunt.

Nationals with a new coach: the competition cheer team aims to top last years ranking

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Lining the field and court at every varsity football and basketball game are the Redwood cheerleaders. Known for their energetic routines during the rallies and chants during games, it often goes unnoticed that 12 of the cheerleaders dedicate extra hours to practice every week. These 12 girls make up Redwood’s competition cheer team. Beginning in […]


Freshman standout bolsters varsity team in starting role

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Ever since she has been old enough to kick a ball, freshman Grace Bouton has excelled as a soccer player. All those years of practice have paid off, and she’s earned herself a spot on the girls’ varsity soccer team, where she has already scored five goals in only ten games for the Giants. Fifteen-year-old […]