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Swimmers Begin Their New Swim Season

Swimmers Begin Their New Swim Season

Camila Huang, Photo Editor
March 13, 2014
Filed under Feature, Sports

The weather is starting to heat up as Dublin High students get ready for the swim season. Although some swimmers have left the Dublin High swim team and have headed to college, new talented and excited swimmers are joining the swim team this year. With the new members on the team, this swim season w...

Men’s Soccer Wins NCS

Menisha Sohal, Editor in Chief
March 7, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Sports

The men’s soccer team at Dublin High has once again put their mark in school history, being the only sport to win NCS not only the for the first time since 2010, but once again now in 2014. On Saturday, March 1 at 2pm Dublin played against Hercules High School to earn the title of Division Two NCS Cham...

Gaels Soccer Fight for the Championship

Rose Hanson, Layout Editor
February 13, 2014
Filed under Community, Sports

The Dublin Gaels played Campolino in soccer Tuesday the 11th with high hopes of beating them in the championship. As the game started it was already difficult to watch. The Campolindo players were bigger than Dublin’s but that didn’t stop the Gaels from giving them a tough fight. Campolindo scored e...

FIFA World Cup

Camila Huang, Photo Editor
February 13, 2014
Filed under Sports

Is it safe to travel to Brazil for the FIFA World Cup?   Teams. Transportation. Stays. Safety. The 2014 FIFA World Cup is approaching. But would it be safe to travel to Brazil for the FIFA World Cup? Brazil is a country with high crime statistics and especially now that lots of foreigners are g...

Track Season Already Starting

Karina Guru, Assistant Editor in Chief
February 13, 2014
Filed under Sports

After a successful cross country season, the team is starting to transition into track and field. Conditioning started in December, and February 10th is the official day of practice. Since the season run until May, students have a lot on their plate. With meets, practices,and team dinners, the athletes...

Wrestling off the Mat

Wrestling off the Mat

Liliana Wong, Online Editor
February 5, 2014
Filed under Sports

Students of Dublin High all know that every sport takes a certain amount of commitment but wrestling has a whole different level of dedication to strive for the goal they want. In order to wrestle during a match, the athlete is grouped with people of a similar weight class. Wrestlers try to be in...

For the [Men’s Basketball] Record

For the [Men’s Basketball] Record

Rose Hanson, Layout Editor
February 5, 2014
Filed under Sports

The deep rooted rivalry between Dublin High and Dougherty Valley came out last Tuesday during the men’s basketball game. Walking into the Sports complex the tension was high as they usually are when Dougherty Valley comes to Gael Territory. With the Gaels on one side and the Wildcats on the other...

Don’t Doubt The Grass Fairies

Menisha Sohal, Editor in Chief
February 3, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Sports

Every year the Dublin High soccer department comes together to produce 6 hard working teams of boys and girls that fight to be the champions of their league. This is the year to accomplish that goal. The soccer department hasn't been given a reputation that reflects the players true potential and what...

Lacrosse Coach

Johnathan Stroh, Photo Editor
December 2, 2013
Filed under Sports

The start of this year’s lacrosse season is just around the corner, and newcomers are joining last years team going to weekly practices before tryouts. It’ a normal start to the season except for one thing, our Dublin High School men’s lacrosse team has a new coach. The coach is a teacher new to Dub...

Last Football Game of the Season

Last Football Game of the Season

Rose Hanson, Layout editor
November 22, 2013
Filed under Community, Sports

Excitement and confusion surrounded the last game of the season even before the kick off. The Dublin Gaels wore throwback jerseys, but why? “To have the players focus more about how they play rather than what they wear,” explains the Varsity football coaches. While walking into the stadium...