The Student News Site of Burlingame High School

The Burlingame B

The Student News Site of Burlingame High School

The Burlingame B

The Student News Site of Burlingame High School

The Burlingame B

Zachary Newman

Zachary Newman, Staff Reporter

Zachary Newman is a sophomore and first-year journalism student. In his free time, he plays with his dog, watches television, spends time with friends and family, and follows his favorite sports teams. He is also an avid golfer. As a part of the Burlingame B staff, Zachary is excited to learn what it takes to produce a newspaper and improve his journalism skills.

All content by Zachary Newman
Sophomore Jillian Kiniris drives to the basket for a layup in the fourth quarter of Burlingame’s season league opener against Aragon. Kiniris would be fouled and make both free throws as part of her 5 points, 2 rebounds and 3 block effort.

Girls’ varsity basketball continues to find rhythm in league opening loss to Aragon

January 13, 2023

Girls’ varsity basketball (2-10), struggled to find the bottom of the hoop in their league opener against Aragon High School (7-7) on Wednesday, Jan. 11. The Dons hung on to win 43-31, extending Burlingame’s...

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Senior and co-captain Joy Yeo handles the ball before passing it to a teammate. With nine new varsity players this season, the team will rely on veteran leadership.

Inexperienced girls’ basketball roster fights inconsistency in tournament loss

December 14, 2022

Girls’ varsity basketball struggled against a skilled Woodside Priory squad at the Jim Sodden Tournament on Saturday, Dec. 10. With both schools having the same mascots, the battle of the Panthers was...

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Girls’ Basketball

November 22, 2022

Last year’s girls’ varsity basketball team was as good as it gets. Although Burlingame narrowly fell in overtime to Aragon in the Central Coast Section semi-finals, they achieved great success,...

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Yes, high school students should be allowed to trick-or-treat

October 29, 2022

You’ve probably heard the cliche multiple times by now: being a kid is hard. As silly as that may sound, there is some truth to it. Being a kid in a world saturated with technology and social media is,...

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Senior Archer Grenier prepares to release a shot toward the goal in the first quarter.

Positive attitude fuels progress as Burlingame falls against Sequoia

October 13, 2022

A frustrating second quarter proved to be boys’ varsity water polo's (5-5 overall, 3-5 Peninsula Athletic League Ocean Division) undoing against Sequoia High School, spoiling the Panthers' otherwise...

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New teacher Hannah Korslund comes to Burlingame to teach chemistry, guided studies, and utilize her experience to help coach girls volleyball.

Hannah Korslund

September 30, 2022

Hannah Korslund, Burlingame’s newest chemistry teacher, is looking to begin the next chapter of her young career by pursuing her passion for science and education. “I wanted to combine my love for...

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