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Waterpolo Photo Gallery

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Hanna Sato, Head Photographer October 24, 2019

 

Senior Rebekah Coleman and the Panthers will look to win the PAL tournament this fall.

Fall Sports Preview

Mark Habelt, Staff Reporter August 22, 2019

Girls Tennis:   A year removed from a PAL tournament appearance, the Burlingame Girls Tennis team has plenty to look forward to for heading into the 2019 campaign, as the Panthers return 14...

Last year, Burlingame handily outplayed the competition in most of the games.

Fall Football Preview

Mark Habelt, Staff Reporter August 22, 2019

Football:  Following an 11-2 season that culminated in a Central Coast Section (CCS) Division IV crown, the Varsity Panthers will enter the 2019 campaign with a chip on their shoulder as they vie to...

Cross country going to states

Cross country going to states

Amelia Harris, Editor-In-Chief May 23, 2019

It’s been two years since a cross country runner from Burlingame qualified for a state championship according to head coach Steve O’Brien. However, this year three athletes managed to move past Central...

Girls’ tennis: Burlingame looks to take down top competition

Girls’ tennis: Burlingame looks to take down top competition

Amelia Harris, Editor-In-Chief May 23, 2019

Burlingame’s season kicked off with a scrimmage against Sacred Heart Cathedral on Aug. 28, which the Panthers won 7-0. They have played six matches since then and won three of them. The team is hoping...

Junior Emmy Sharp bumps a volleyball at her indoor club, Rage Westside. Sharp plans to play beach volleyball at Stanford in 2020. (Photo courtesy of Lara Hoyem)

Sharp to serve at Stanford

Tekla Carlen, Editor-In-Chief May 1, 2019

Even though Emmy Sharp is a junior, she has known for over a year where she is almost certainly headed after graduation. Sharp plays competitive volleyball and is verbally committed to Stanford University’s...

Mcgovern gears up for a drive at the beginning of a match.

McGovern guns for PAL Player of the Year

Tyler Idema, Senior Reporter May 1, 2019

Sophomore Wyatt McGovern has been playing golf his whole life and is one of the most promising young players on the Burlingame golf team. He was introduced to the game when he was just 1 year old. Since...

Boys Volleyball 4-Win Streak

David Mehran, Staff Reporter May 1, 2019

After struggling early in the season, the new boys volleyball team has found their groove, going on a four-game winning streak as the 2019 season comes to a close. The Panthers got their first victory...

Will Pereira (left) has made a lasting impact on Burlingame sports.

Will Pereira proves his worth as “most devoted manager in PAL”

Mark Habelt, Staff Reporter April 30, 2019

While talent and strong coaching have provided much of the basis for the baseball team’s success thus far, one unsung hero has not received the attention he deserves from fans and scouts. Team manager...

Underclassmen show promise for Boys Golf

Tyler Idema, Senior Reporter March 26, 2019

Headed by sophomore Wyatt McGovern and junior Jake Del Rosso, the boys golf team has had a compelling start to their season. They are currently 2-1, with their two wins coming off of Carlmont and Hillsdale...

The average American family spends $919 to send their child to prom.

Volleyball Improves Despite Initial Losses

David Mehran, Staff Reporter March 26, 2019

Boys volleyball began its first ever season with scrimmages against San Mateo, Palo Alto, Abraham Lincoln, Galileo and BASIS Independent. The team lost to Palo Alto (3-0), Abraham Lincoln (3-0) and...

Junior Justin Hee serves in a home game against the San Mateo Bearcats.

Boys Tennis off to a Rough Start

Hubert Chen, Senior Reporter March 26, 2019

Boys tennis is off to a slow start this season, with four losses against San Mateo (0-7), Carlmont (0-7), Aragon (0-7), Menlo Atherton (0-7), and one win against Woodside High School (4-3). “It’s...

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