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Kyle Botelho pushes his opponent away as Burlingame hosted Terra Nova in a dual meet.

Burlingame dominates in dual meet

Ben Neuman, Webmaster January 24, 2020

On Thursday Jan. 16, Burlingame hosted their first dual meet, facing off against Terra Nova. As soon as the first match started, it became apparent that it would be a long night for the visiting Tigers...

Sophomore Sean Richardson gets a screen from junior Stasios Pantazis as he drives to the basket.

Panthers soundly beat Mustangs 72-49

Conner Lyons, Staff Reporter January 23, 2020

After a strong start to the 2020 season the Panthers made a statement last Friday night against Capuchino high school. They defeated the Mustangs 72-49 in a dominant performance by the entire team. “We...

Freshman Ava Ulrich pushes past the mills defense.

Freshmen add roster depth to women’s basketball

Allison Cohen, Business Manager January 23, 2020

Women’s varsity basketball is nearing the end of their season with a winning record and a strong group of freshmen looking to carry their success potentially into CCS and future seasons.  In past years,...

Sophomore Ella Bradley prepares to shoot during the soccer tryouts.

Girls soccer plans to continue on their winning streak

Hanna Sato, Head Photographer November 20, 2019

The girls soccer team enjoyed a successful run last season, placing in second for their league and making it to CCS for the first time in several years. The team performed strongly throughout their season,...

Sophomore Sean Richardson looking to make a play while being defended by fellow sophomore Jacob Yamagishi.

Varsity Basketball Season Preview

Conner Lyons, Staff Reporter November 20, 2019

After last seasons CCS berth, expectations are much greater in coach Jeff Dowd’s second campaign as the Panthers’ head coach. This season, the Panthers will have the benefit of key seniors Taylor Clark...

Girls soccer plans to continue on their winning streak

Girls soccer plans to continue on their winning streak

Hanna Sato, Head Photographer November 19, 2019

The girls soccer team enjoyed a successful run last season, placing in second for their league and making it to CCS for the first time in several years. The team performed strongly throughout their season,...

Seniors Brendan Creeks and Cooper Glavin take off to start a race at Hallmark Park, an infamously difficult course.

Cross country wraps up season

Hubert Chen, Senior Reporter November 19, 2019

The Panthers recently competed at the cross-country Peninsula Athletic League (PAL) finals on Nov. 9 at Hallmark Park, with the boys team placing 12 out of 16 teams with a score of 263, and the girls team...

The team had their last game on Oct. 12, against Mills High School.

The girls water polo team remains optimistic about their next season

Hanna Sato, Head Photographer November 19, 2019

The girls water polo team started off the season at a low point, having just been demoted to the Ocean Division and facing their second consecutive season without their own pool. But throughout the season,...

Quarterback Jordan Malashus and running back Lucas Meredith line up for a play against Menlo Atherton on October 25th.

Football carries momentum into CCS

Ben Neuman, Webmaster November 19, 2019

The season is over, and despite the early sputters, the Panthers can call it a success. After tough losses to Kings Academy, Half Moon Bay, and Menlo-Atherton, the team ended the season strong upsetting...

Senior Jody Chui at the Poplar Creek Golf Course on Sept. 9.

Girls golf ends season with unfortunate disqualification

Allison Cohen, Business Manager November 19, 2019

To the surprise of many, senior Jody Chui was disqualified from this year’s PAL tournament. Going into PAL’s Chui was the one to watch, she lead the team in scores and earning second place in the past...

Mason Rossi challenges a defender in a matchup against Carlmont.

Water polo shows promise for next season

Tyler Idema, Senior Reporter November 19, 2019

After going 2-1 under interim head coach Jonathan Dhyne, the Panthers slowed down in the latter half of the season, losing their final two games to Woodside and Menlo-Atherton. With an overall record of...

Brendan Creeks descends down a hill at Hallmark park shortly after the 2 mile marker

Cross Country

Hubert Chen, Senior Reporter November 12, 2019

 

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