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Utopia or Dystopia? The hidden history of Bay Area cults
Utopia or Dystopia? The hidden history of Bay Area cults
Linnea Koblik and Tallulah Knill AllenJuly 12, 2024

Silhouetted against the sweeping landscapes of the Bay and the Marin Headlands, the Bay Area is well known for its position in the counterculture...

Public protests and perspectives
Public protests and perspectives
Ava Stephens, Gabriella Rouas, Aanika Sawhney, Nadia Massoumi and Grace GehrmanJune 29, 2024

Reflejando otra vez con los ELD seniors
Reflejando otra vez con los ELD seniors
Ava CarlsonJune 27, 2024

El año pasado, tuve la oportunidad de hablar con estudiantes del grado 12 en la clase de English Language Development (ELD) sobre sus experiencias...

Photo Essay: Boys’ varsity water polo pulls off big win against Tam

On Sep. 20, the boys’ varsity water polo team faced off against Tamalpais High School (Tam) in a critical rivalry matchup between the two best teams in the Marin County Athletic League (MCAL). Redwood entered with a 5-2 winning record overall and with a 2-0 record in MCAL play so far, the two previous wins being against Marin Academy and Novato. Tam arrived 3-1 overall, also 2-0 in MCAL with dominant wins over San Marin and Archie Williams. The Giants came out the gates firing, scoring two goals early on and taking a 2-1 lead at the end of the first quarter. Each team scored two goals in the second quarter, with key saves from senior goalie Will Rauzi keeping Redwood ahead. Throughout the game, Redwood scored three goals on five-meter penalty shots, with two coming early in the second half to give them a surmountable lead. More brilliant saves from Rauzi gave them the momentum they needed, eventually going on to win the game 10-7. 

Undefeated in MCAL play, the Giants will look to continue their success against San Domenico at home on Sep. 26.  

 

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Matthew Knauer
Matthew Knauer, Sports Editor
Matthew Knauer is a junior at Redwood High School and is a sports editor for the bark. He enjoys playing baseball, surfing, and hanging out with friends.