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Basketball Rundown: MacArthur vs Roosevelt
  Photo by Genesis Argueta On Tuesday, Jan. 10 boys varsity baske (More)
Cheer team hopeful for back to back state championships
by Nico Guzman | staff writer Now that there are no more football games, the Johnson cheerleaders are starting to prepare for competition season that is coming up in a couple of weeks. “During football season, we focus more on small cheers abou (More)
Volleyball kicks off the season
by Victoria Ramirez | staff writer Starting off the year, the volleyball team has a promising start. Coming in with only one senior, Grace Matson, they are so far 5 and 1 and plan to make it far in playoffs according to Matson. “It will be goo (More)
Varsity football starts season with 'to do' list
by Nico Guzman | staff writer As football season starts, the varsity football team will set its sights on a list of goals. “Our goal for this season is to take this team to its full potential, to win as many games as we can to see how far in th (More)
Jags hit the hardwood for 15-16 season
by Samuel Abbas | sports editor Following a second round exit last year, the Jags look to come back stronger this season. With many first year varsity players now on the team, the Jags look to develop their young talent and win games. “I’ve be (More)
Cheer takes the state by storm
by Aliyah Armstrong | staff writer The bus ride was long, but the legacy that was created would last so much longer. An opportunity to make history was presented and they accepted it. The cheerleaders overcame obstacles and persevered through toug (More)
For the love of the game
*In tennis, a school must win 10 of the 19 matches (7 doubles, 12 singles) to win the overall matchup* The date was Aug. 25, and the MacArthur tennis team appeared, on paper, to have a solid chance against the heavyweights of Churchill. The eager (More)
Football wins first district game
The team did not need any added motivation. This was the first district game, this was the M&M Bowl, this is what all of the weeks of practices had come down to. The game started out close, however, the team slowly but surely tightened their gras (More)
Jags enter the second round
by Samuel Abbas | sports editor The Jags faced off against the Judson Rockets at Paul Taylor Field House. The Jags fought hard and prevailed against the Rockets 59-58 with two game deciding free throws in the final seconds. “I think we were ove (More)
Varsity boys basketball vs. Reagan
Varsity boys basketball played the Reagan Rattlers Wednesday, ending the night with a loss 71-58. (More)
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