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Photo Essay: Boys’ varsity tennis sweeps Archie Williams in MCAL semifinals
Photo Essay: Boys’ varsity tennis sweeps Archie Williams in MCAL semifinals
Molly Gallagher April 18, 2024

On Wednesday, April 17, the boys’ varsity tennis team dominated their match against Archie Williams in the semi-finals of the Marin County...

Photo Essay: Girls’ varsity lacrosse dominates Branson in a sentimental senior day matchup
Photo Essay: Girls’ varsity lacrosse dominates Branson in a sentimental senior day matchup
Emma Rosenberg and Penelope Trott April 18, 2024

On April 18, the girls’ varsity lacrosse team battled against the Branson Bulls in a blowout senior day matchup. Prior to the start of...

 embracing his coach senior Auden Braden celebrates his final MCAL regular season game
Boys’ volleyball dominates Marin Catholic on Senior Night
Richard Byrne April 18, 2024

On April 17th, the boys’ varsity volleyball team faced off against Marin Catholic (MC) in a Marin County Athletic League (MCAL) game. The...

Photo Essay: Varsity softball secures a victory against the Windsor Jaguars 3-0

On Thursday, March 28, family members and supporters filled the stands on the Redwood softball diamond as the varsity softball team faced off against the Windsor High School Jaguars, securing a victory of 3-0. It was a slow start for the Giants, with no runs in the first three innings.

However, as the game progressed, sophomore Gia Meyers hit a run in the 4th inning. It was not until the sixth inning that senior Addy Dunn scored a second run, followed by sophomore Ava Brown. Leading pitcher, sophomore Stella Belluomini, continuously threw powerful pitches, leading to multiple strikeouts, and the Giants began to bring up their momentum.

“[At] the beginning of the game, our bats were kind of quiet, but once we got the feel of the pitcher we ramped up our bats and we just passed the bat along. Not necessarily huge hits, [but rather] sack flies [and] grounders that got runs in, which is all we need. Runs batted in won us that game,” Belluomnini said.

The varsity girls will face off against the San Rafael Bulldogs next Monday, April 1, at San Rafael.

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Aurora Sreba
Aurora Sreba is a junior at Redwood High School and is a reporter in the Advanced Journalism Arts & Media program. She enjoys spending time in nature, traveling and taking photos.