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Construction students Taylor Bridges, Leila Fraschetti, Emmanuel Medina, Mary Coleman and John Kozubik (left to right) applaud their peers as they speak about their appreciation for their teachers and the resources they were provided.
Photo Essay: Redwood ROP Construction Program celebrates graduates
Isabelle Davis May 23, 2024

  On May 22, the Redwood Regional Occupational Program Construction Technology celebrated the graduation of 19 Redwood students and...

Marin’s Finest Fairways: Reviewing the best public golf courses
Marin’s Finest Fairways: Reviewing the best public golf courses
Hayden Donehower May 23, 2024

Tee up for an adventure in Marin County’s vibrant golf scene! Get ready to explore the fairways, traps and views of the best public golf courses....

Illustration by Cora Champommier
Paying the price of adopt vs. shop
Chloe Jennings May 23, 2024

The American population is becoming increasingly aware of ethical considerations around pets. Buying a pet from a breeder versus adopting a pet...

Photo Essay: Girls’ varsity lacrosse beats MC in season’s first rivalry game

Marin’s lacrosse culture has flourished in the past decade. With teams all over the county improving their programs year after year, Redwood lacrosse faces countless tough opponents. The girls had a fresh Saturday morning and the energy of the boys’ momentous win against Sacred Heart Prep on their side, with Marin Catholic (MC) being their first big rival game of the season. From the start, the high energy and determination to prove themselves were clear; the first quarter ended with the Giants up by two goals (6-4). MC then hit a wall, letting two more goals in by the half, taking Redwood to eight with MC still trailing behind. 

However, after the half, MC’s lineup brought a challenge — even tying the score with seven minutes left in the third at 9-9. The third quarter’s final score could have been a deciding factor against Redwood’s fate, with MC at 11 and Redwood at 10. With Redwood’s students’ supportive cheering and tenacity from the girls, they pulled ahead, finishing off strong with a final score of 16-14. The Giants will play their next game on Thursday, March 14 against San Ramon Valley at home.

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Sydney Johnson
Sydney Johnson, Games Editor
Sydney Johnson is a senior at Redwood High School and is the games editor for the Redwood Bark. She enjoys spending time with friends and going to the beach.