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A Day in the Chair

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By Lilly Grossman Copy Editor On Wednesday, March 19, LJHS had Med-Sled Training for fourteen volunteer students and four faculty members. The training was held in the upper 500 building after school. Students learned how to use Med-Sleds to evacuate someone from the second floor in case of an emergency. Med- Sleds are made of […]

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Sports

Intro to the 2014 Girls’ Lacrosse Season

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By Tristan Saeed Staff Writer Last year was one of our girls’ lacrosse team’s best. With an overall record of 12-5, the girls made it to the second round of CIF until losing to La Costa Canyon. 2013, however, also proved to be the last year for a significant amount of players, as Wendy Nettleton, […]

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Friday June 13th

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By Tony Rivas Staff Writer Imagine that moment when you first approach the stage on graduation day. Your stomach is quickly overtaken by the sensation of butterflies and all you can think about at this point is getting your diploma as quickly as possible without tripping on something. Sad emotions start to spread like wildfire, […]

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Sports

Keeping Track

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By Lauren Roberts Staff Writer Throughout the past four years the track team has had 2 different coaching staffs and now is on their third. For the last 2 years, Gregory Simmons served as head coach as well as sprints coach, along with Willy Banks (former Olympian), as jumps coach, and Robert McCarthy as distance […]

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Plans in the Making

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The administration of La Jolla High School has been planning a stadium renovation project, which could involve demolition of the 800 building for an addition to Gene Edwards Stadium. According to former LJHS Principal Dana Shelburne, the plans for this project were sent to the Division of State Architecture (DSA) at the end of January. […]

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Sports

Can You Bear an ACL Tear?

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By Lily Kennedy Staff Writer High school athletes are constantly pushing themselves harder to become better, faster, and stronger. They challenge their bodies to cope with the hard practices and intense workouts. Listening to what your body needs and performing flawlessly at the same time is nearly impossible, yet students continue to push themselves to […]

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Athletes’ Injuries

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By Rachel Carroll Staff Writer La Jolla High has many student athletes, some of whom play on the high school teams, while others play club sports, and still others may train on their own at gyms, or even in their bedrooms. Unfortunately, most athletes, at some time or another will become the victim of a […]

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