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The Student News Site of Burlingame High School

The Burlingame B

The Student News Site of Burlingame High School

The Burlingame B

On Sept. 22, freshmen Samantha Tom and Evelyn Du won 6-0, 6-0 in their No. 3 doubles match against San Mateo.

Girls’ tennis takes comfortable victory over rival San Mateo

Daria Burnosova, Senior Reporter
September 30, 2022

On Thursday, Sept. 22, girls’ tennis hosted school rival San Mateo High School.  With a final score of 6-1, the Panthers (4-2 Peninsula Athletic League (PAL) Bay Division) easily triumphed over the...

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Senior and team captain Daniel Hilt runs through the Aragon defense in the first quarter of Thursday night’s match.

Varsity football’s legendary league opener: 16 seconds and a dream

Jake Rothstein, Head Photographer
September 30, 2022

With just 16 seconds left in the fourth quarter of Thursday, Sept. 29’s match against Aragon High School, varsity football head coach John Philipopoulos took a timeout. Down 10-7, with 33 yards away...

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Burlingame’s Bay University class in session on Thursday, Sept. 22.

Bay University guides adult students to success

Natalie Gyde, Staff Reporter
September 26, 2022

Many Burlingame students walk into the F-Building every day. Most likely, they head up the stairs for an architecture, engineering or nutrition class, overlooking the three classrooms on the downstairs...

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Maybe about editor-in-chief Audrey Limb’s hopes and goals for the club as well as potential stuff about the next issue.

New year, new leadership: Catcher Zine paints a future of inclusivity

Sophia Puzon, Staff Reporter
September 26, 2022

Since its founding in 2020, the Catcher Zine club has served as an outlet for students to showcase their passion for art and literature. Senior Audrey Limb, the club’s new editor-in-chief, hopes to support...

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Senior Giselle Ortiz passes to an open teammate, assisting one of the team’s many goals.

Girls water polo fights to win over Carlmont following tough loss

Amanda Nolan and Ellie Neuman
September 25, 2022

Minimal turnovers, aggressive defense and an unrelenting barrage of shots led the girl’s varsity water polo team to an 18-4 victory over Carlmont High School on Thursday, Sept. 22.  The Panthers...

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Senior starter Jonathan Kon prepares to fire a shot into the goal while a Half Moon Bay defender attempts to block the throw.

Short-handed Panthers struggle against Half Moon Bay, remain hopeful for the future

Arda Inegol, Webmaster
September 24, 2022

With three of their six starters out with injuries, boys’ varsity water polo faced off against Half Moon Bay High School at home on Wednesday, Sept. 21 in a tough-nosed but less-than-rewarding game.  The...

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2022-2023 ASB President Rinko Miyoshi stands in front of the leadership class’s window reflecting Burlingame High School.

New year, new leadership: Rinko Miyoshi embraces an open mind as new ASB president

Joelle Huysmans, Staff Reporter
September 23, 2022

This past August, senior Rinko Miyoshi's family moved to Japan while she stayed in Burlingame to finish her final year of high school. Living more than 5000 miles away from her family, Miyoshi has been...

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Teen librarian Jenny Miner and senior Eva Chen pose for a picture after leading the first Youth Poet Laureate writing workshop.

The search for Burlingame’s first Youth Poet Laureate begins

Lauren Gonzalez, Staff Reporter
September 21, 2022

At first glance, the contest to become Burlingame and Hillsborough’s first Youth Poet Laureate (YPL) appears to be just another creative writing competition for teens. But in order to “win,” applicants...

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Seniors Sofia Husain and Kelsey McDonald, the new presidents of Burlingame Environmental Club, pose for a photo in front of the library at lunch.

New year, new leadership: Burlingame Environmental Club prepares for an impactful year

Abby Knight, Staff Reporter
September 20, 2022

The Burlingame Environmental Club (BEC) plans to improve the school campus while collaborating with external organizations to maximize the club's impact on the environment. Senior Sofia Husain, co-president...

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Students in the engineering subteam eagerly learn about the process of building a physical robot at a meeting on Sept. 12.

Student-built, student-run: A glimpse of the robotics team

Brinda Iyer, Staff Reporter
September 19, 2022

Year after year, as students graduate and move on, the robotics team turns to experienced members to step up: teaching new members, managing the various subteams and calling the shots. The upcoming season...

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Varsity runners Jackson Spenner and Lucas Keeley make their way down the back straight of the course just before Cougar Hill.

Cross country flies out the gate in first meet of the season

Alex Kelly, Business Manager
September 17, 2022

'Shish kebabs.' That's how one Burlingame runner described his legs after reaching the top of the notoriously steep Cougar Hill at the Sept. 16 Artichoke Invitational, the cross country team's first...

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Junior and No. 1 singles player Mila Mulready won her match easily (6-0, 6-1) against Carlmont’s top competition. Last season, she won the Peninsula Athletic League’s individual tournament.

Girls’ tennis shows potential for an energized playoff run after close season opener

Elise Spenner, Managing Editor
September 14, 2022

I’m not quite sure what the secret to the success of the girls’ tennis team is. It could be a head coach who will drive six hours round-trip from Chico for an impromptu Saturday morning practice...

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