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Track and Field: It’s Not Your Average Sport

Track and Field: It’s Not Your Average Sport

Brandon Tejeras, Outreach Editor

March 13, 2018


Filed under Creative Writing, Latest Stories, Sports

The bus rattled and screeched as it ran over and into potholes and breaks on the crowded highway. Runners, throwers, pole vaulters, and hurdlers alike all crammed and scrunched into narrow leathery seats, quietly gazing out the windows with music blaring into ear canals. This was the Los Alamitos t...

Soccer ballin’

Soccer ballin’

Brandon Tejeras, Outreach Editor

March 13, 2018


Filed under Latest Stories, Servite News, Sports

n case you haven’t heard, Servite soccer performed extraordinarily well this season. A combination of excellent coaching staff and students who put in 100% of their effort has made the 2017-2018 soccer season one for the record books. Clinching their 5th Trinity League title, Servite soccer continu...

Basket ballin’

Basket ballin’

Joseph Beaird, Communications Editor

March 13, 2018


Filed under Servite News, Sports

Servite’s Varsity Basketball team had one of the toughest seasons in recent history facing the giants of the Trinity League, but the collective effort of the team made each game memorable. Outside of the league play, Servite broke many records and had a remarkable season. The players’ passion and fire sets them ap...

Tennis ballin’

Tennis ballin’

Eamon Morris, Technical Editor

March 13, 2018


Filed under Servite News, Sports, Student Life

It’s hard to describe the Servite Tennis team with a single word. They’re a quirky group of talented individuals with a passion for their sport. Senior Varsity player Siddharth Lodhia even said that “the team is one of the quirkiest weird teams I’ve ever been on, from the coaches to the players...

Rough and Rowdy: Rugby at Servite

Rough and Rowdy: Rugby at Servite

Joseph Beaird, Communications Editor

March 13, 2018


Filed under Servite News, Sports

Servite’s Rugby team this year has been impressive - not only because it is one of the few Trinity League schools to have a Rugby program, but also because of the five consecutive wins to start off the season. After its beginnings two years ago, the team finished with a winning record of 5-2. Eac...

A Sneak Peek Inside the Wrestling Program

A Sneak Peek Inside the Wrestling Program

Eamon Morris, Managing Editor

February 13, 2018


Filed under Sports

It’s a brutal sport, and one of the oldest. For millennia, competitors have been grappling together to force a victory. It takes skill, strategy, and an unusual aptitude for combat. Coach Alan Clinton has been with the wrestling team for a whopping eleven years, consistently working to better the s...

A Culture of Health

A Culture of Health

Brandon Tejeras, Outreach Editor

January 26, 2018


Filed under Latest Stories, Sports

The physical aspect of molding Servite students has always been central to the success of Servite’s formation and life preparation program, and this aspect is being grown and expanded upon through the work of teachers like Mrs. Ochoa, Coach Gilbert, and others.   Health is undoubtedly essential to the appro...

Water Polo: A season in review

Water Polo: A season in review

Eamon Morris, Managing Editor

December 15, 2017


Filed under Servite News, Sports

It’s easy to tell who they are in the halls. They’re deeply tanned, and usually on the tall side. They’ve always got smiles on their faces and their hair is characteristically messy. But these guys aren’t mad scientists. They’re water polo players. And they’re always up for a challenge. This...

Super Bowl LI

Super Bowl LI

Deac Douty, Staff Writer

February 14, 2017


Filed under Latest Stories, Sports

History was made in Super Bowl LI as Tom Brady and the New England Patriots defeated Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons. After the coin toss was made by Servite’s own Matt Slater ‘03, the Patriots quickly fell behind to the motivated Falcons as Matt Ryan marched down the field two times and took ...

Durant to the Warriors

Deac Douty, Staff Writer

December 21, 2016


Filed under Latest Stories, Sports

The best regular-season team just got a whole lot better. The Golden State Warriors were arguably the greatest basketball team in history last year despite losing in the NBA Championships to LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Fueled with regrets, Steph Curry and the Warriors made enormous step...

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