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MLB The Show 20 Review and Comparison

One of baseballs best, Javier Baez, on the cover of MLB the Show 20

Nic Gulizia, Sports Section Editor

May 1, 2020

For those of you who may not know me, I love video games and I love baseball. Recently, the newest MLB The Show game on the PS4 was released. I have been playing MLB The Show since 2015 when I got my first PS4. Since I’ve played from MLB 15 all the way until MLB 20, I would say I’m very knowledg...

Boy’s Varsity Volleyball Senior Night

Boy's Varsity Volleyball Senior Night

Bella Castro, Staff Writter

May 13, 2019


Softball season

Bella Castro, Staff Writer

March 27, 2019

Softball, a sport with agility and focus. The girls on the Gunderson high school team have the skills and definitely worked hard to get where they are. “Softball season just started and these girls are already working hard together and keep each other motivated to stick to the goals they have made...

Badminton club Brief

Parker Robillard, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019

If you are like me, I knew nothing about Badminton, much less that we have a stellar club on our campus.  Let me pass on my new, albeit, very little knowledge on to our reader. Badminton is a racket sport that has players either playing in one on ones or in doubles like tennis. The main objective of t...

Ahhh Ace! An Update on Boys Volleyball.

Jetti Stout, Staff Writer

March 20, 2019

At our school there are so many sports to offer during the four different seasons, one, a not as well known sport, is volleyball. Girls volleyball takes place at the beginning of school, in fall, and boys volleyball takes place in spring. Since girls volleyball has already happened, boys volleyball is ...

What’s Happening in Karate Club

Jetti Stout, Staff Writer

March 16, 2019

The Karate club is one of the many clubs that our school has to offer. Karate club started around halfway through the first semester and you can still join. Sophomore student Jacob Matuk who is a member of the karate club said that there are four students in Karate club who are currently learning abou...

Are Plastic Straws ruining the Earth?

Colorful straws that are ruining our environment.

Bella Castro, Staff Writer

January 25, 2019

The use of plastic straws in the US is overwhelming. Anywhere from 437 million to 8.3 billion plastic straws end up in the Pacific and Atlantic ocean. Plastic straws make up 4 percent of the plastic trash. I believe that straws on our campus are also contributing to this worldwide issue. The straw...

Athletes in PE just isn’t worth it

Some athletes play sports outside of school, so they still have to do PE.

Angie Gulizia, Editor in Chief

January 14, 2019

PE is usually a way for students that aren’t normally active to get their much-needed exercise at school. In San Jose Unified, if students play school sports, they have the option to opt out of PE their sophomore year. However, some students only play competitive sports outside of school, making them ...

Gunderson’s Track and Field

Gunderson's Track and Field

Erin Wells, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017

“We’re here to get busy” is Coach Miclette’s favorite phrase to tell his track and field athletes. Coach Joseph Miclette found himself doing track and field his senior year of high school. He wasn't sure what event he should do but one of his good friends was a hurdler; Miclette trained with...

Cheerleading IS a sport

Cheerleading IS a sport

Shayne Harms, Staff Writer

December 19, 2017

Most people are still stuck on the idea that cheerleading is just yelling, “Go team go!” during a football game. It has evolved into so much more than that. “It is a sport with growing popularity, a strong youth focus in schools and universities, and we noted that” says Kit McConnell, IOC...

Gunderson’s New Dance Team: Sights

Chloe Riley (Dance Captain) and Gian Kamal (Dance Director) teaching a new dance

Mitzy Garcia, Editor in Chief

November 22, 2017

This is a big year for Gunderson High School. Not only have we introduced our school band, but we now have a new dance team: Sights. Sights started off as an idea which came about through inspiration from last year’s dance team Views. Sights’ dance director, Gian Kamal, a sophomore, decided to s...

Student Athletes: Time Management

Gunderson High School Cheerleaders

Alondra Rodriguez, Staff Writer

November 22, 2017

Have you ever wondered how much student athletes struggle with managing their time? They constantly have to battle time with getting homework done and making sure grades are maintained in classes in addition to team commitments. Sometimes, it can even be difficult to balance hobbies outside of schoo...

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