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San Francisco 49er’s building the foundation through tough season

Rachelle Lamb, TSV Staff Writer

October 10, 2017

Filed under Sports, Sports opinions

This winless 2017 San Francisco 49ers are a much better team than the 2016 team even though they are currently staring at an 0-5 record there is still a plenty to be seen. Entering this 2017 season this team got a complete you haul from the front office and down. Both general manager and head coach position have been replace,...

Lavar is at it again

Lavar is at it again

October 10, 2017

Lavar Ball is sending the wrong message to Lamelo Ball, his youngest son, by removing him from Chino...

NBA MVP predictions

Miguel Madrigal, TSV Sports Editor

October 10, 2017

Filed under Sports, Sports opinions

Lebron James may surprise the NBA by taking home the 2017-2018 MVP award by eating out fresh talent. The NBA season is around the corner which result in whispers of early MVP predictions begin. At the age of 32 Lebron is at the end of his career. But by no means the mileage on this legs affecting his play on the court this...

Cam Newton draws severe backlash for sexist comments

Lauren Gozon, TSV Focal Point Editor

October 10, 2017

Filed under Sports, Sports opinions

One day after drawing severe criticism for his sexist remarks to a female reporter, Cam Newton, quarterback of the Carolina Panthers, lost a sponsorship with Dannon Yogurt. Since then, Newton has issued an apology through Twitter. As a female journalist, my thoughts on Newton's comments are that they were unacceptable and...

Wild Card Magic Draws Two

Rachelle Lamb, TSV Staff Writer

October 10, 2017

Filed under Sports, Sports opinions

It's October so its time for classic fall festivities like pumpkin carvings, Halloween, and especially the classic past time of playoff baseball. This euphoric month for baseball fans starts of with this pair of one game playoff wild card games.These wild card games take place for both American and National leagues of the MLB...

NBA avoiding fixing the all star game?

Miguel Madrigal, TSV Sports Editor

October 10, 2017

Filed under Sports, Sports opinions

In hopes to better All Star weekend, the NBA just announced that the 2018 All-Star game will no longer be the the best players in Eastern Conference against the best players in the Western Conference. The new rule is a step forward in improving All-Star weekend. This year's All-Star exhibition game will have all of the best...

NFL takes a knee against police brutality

Rachelle Lamb, TSV Staff Writer

September 29, 2017

Filed under Sports, Sports opinions

Sports has always found a way to bring people in the community together. Whether it's coming together during a championship run, in tragedy, or even in the comfort of common interest, professional athletes, especially superstars, are viewed highly in the public eye and are leaders in their own communities. They have a civic...

Trojans fall short to the Colts

Trojans fall short to the Colts

September 29, 2017

The Skyline Trojans fell short on Tuesday Sept. 26 to the Cañada College Colts with a final score of...

The Eastern Conference has Lebron on cruise control

Miguel Madrigal, TSV Sports Editor

September 29, 2017

Filed under Basketball, Sports, Sports opinions

Lebron James will yet again coast through the Eastern Conference to his 8th straight finals appearance. The Eastern Conference has become weaker after this off season. With big names leaving like Carmelo Anthony, Paul Millsap and Paul George, the East is anemic. As the competition for the Golden State Warriors has increased,...

Kevin Durant stomps on his haters

Carlos Raygoza, TSV Staff Photographer

September 15, 2017

Filed under Sports, Sports opinions

Kevin Durant's latest Nike shoe, the KD 10 Finals edition, is a response to the hate and criticism he’s faced for leaving the Oklahoma City Thunder. Durant joined the Warriors after their loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers in their second straight appearance to the NBA Finals. Durant was the missing piece of the puzzle and...

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