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COVID-19 forces PE to take online courses

COVID-19 forces PE to take online courses

Gary Garcia, Sports Reporter

March 27, 2020

Due to the coronavirus outbreak schools all over the United States have been shut down to prevent students and teachers from getting the coronavirus. Classes have now been moved from the classroom to online. Classes will be held online via video calls or from virtual assignments teachers can send to...

Coronavirus pandemic cancels senior athletes’ last season

Coronavirus pandemic cancels senior athletes’ last season

Diego Cruz and Gary Garcia

March 27, 2020

With the enormous attention of the pandemic happening worldwide, it is hard to digest what exactly is going on as the stretch continues to impact sports, activities, and programs associated with high schools. Now with the extension of online learning going to May 1st, all sports have been cancelled i...

Wrestling organization joins the fight against COVID-19

Wrestling organization joins the fight against COVID-19

Edward Lillie, Broadcast News Editor

March 20, 2020

As the world faces its hardest challenge in the COVID-19 outbreak, the World Health Organization and the United Nations Foundation officials launched a new Solidarity Response Fund that would raise funds from donors to aid countries responding to the pandemic. With help alongside Google and Facebook,...

BREAKING NEWS: Annual baseball game at Angels Stadium cancelled

BREAKING NEWS: Annual baseball game at Angels Stadium cancelled

Gary Garcia, Sports Reporter

March 18, 2020

During the epidemic of the ongoing coronavirus, the much anticipated annual baseball game at Angels stadium in Anaheim has been cancelled for the Don Lugo baseball team. The game was scheduled for March 22 of this year which had people very excited. Players had begun fundraising and advertising the game pri...

The Queens of the Diamond are Back

The Queens of the Diamond are Back

Branden Garcia, Sports Reporter

March 13, 2020

Baseball isn't the only sport that comes with spring. Softball hit the ground running, kicking off league with a huge win over Chaffey high school 8-2. These girls are no stranger to the winner's circle with a star-studded lineup including Nevada University commit Ellie Garcia and Minnesota University...

BREAKING NEWS: Professional Sports Majorly Affected By COVID-19

BREAKING NEWS: Professional Sports Majorly Affected By COVID-19

Diego Cruz and Gary Garcia

March 12, 2020

Corona virus has been the main talk of these last few days and it has only gotten worse. Now sports are beginning to be affected by the world-known epidemic. There were talks that sports games would be played “behind closed doors” with zero fans in attendance for the NBA and NCAA’s March Madness,...

Ric’Diculous’ Rodriguez; the culture behind the art

Ric’Diculous’ Rodriguez; the culture behind the art

Diego Cruz and Karly Ortiz

March 8, 2020

The point of art is to insight emotion in the viewer, and Ric Rodriguez does that through painting some of the most influential people in the lives of young LA residents-- legends that represent the City of Angels. On Saturday, February 29, Ric'Diculous' held a solo art show in the heart of West Hollywood wher...

With Spring, Comes Lugo Baseball

With Spring, Comes Lugo Baseball

Branden Garcia, Sports Reporter

March 4, 2020

With spring comes great weather, and the great sport of baseball, one of Don Lugo's top sports competing in division 3 continuously playing against some of the top competition in the state. Year after year the baseball team never fails to make their way into CIF and do not plan on slowing down anytime...

Lugo athletes sign their letters of intent

Lugo athletes sign their letters of intent

Gary Garcia, Sports Reporter

February 5, 2020

Today is National Signing Day and Lugo athletes are excited! National Signing Day is traditionally the first day a high school senior can sign a binding National Letter of Intent for a collegiate sport with a school that is part of the NCAA. Today, Sarah Velasquez, Connor Burns, and Sean Boskovich all...

Should student-athletes be drug tested?

Should student-athletes be drug tested?

Gary Garcia, Sports Reporter

February 4, 2020

Should athletes be drug tested? There has been an ongoing conversation since the drug test was first introduced in 1968 before the Olympic Games. Drug testing in high school has always been in debate, however, two sides of the controversy have been debated for years.  Athletes were checked to make sure they we...

Remembering Kobe Bryant: Impact of ’24’ on student athletes

Remembering Kobe Bryant: Impact of ’24’ on student athletes

Diego Cruz, Karly Ortiz, Gary Garcia, and Branden Garcia

January 28, 2020

  On Sunday, January 26, 2020 the 41-year old basketball legend Kobe Bryant was killed in a brutal helicopter accident along with his 13-year old daughter Gianna Bryant and 7 other people. Those 7 lost were; Alyssa Altobelli (Gianna's teammate), John Altobelli (Alyssa's father and Orange Coast...

The off-season: Where Champions are Made

The off-season: Where Champions are Made

January 22, 2020

The off-season: a term some athletes use as a break, while others see it as the time to work hard and get better. The off-season is where hardcore athletes believe champions are made, and where many athletes work hard to be steps ahead of their opponents. The off-season is believed to define one's upc...

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