The Scribe

Give Me an “H” For Harassment

Michelle Lozada Alvarez, Staff Writer

June 5, 2018

According to Career Trend, cheerleaders often have previous experience in dance, ballet, tap dance, or any other form of dance before joining a professional cheer team. Some go through cheerleader workshops, where they work hard...

Athlete of the Month: Hoon Cho

Lindsey Laughlin, WATW Editor

May 29, 2018

After a record-breaking season, the Wilcox Chargers volleyball team emerged from CCS with a 31-3 record as well as a final ranking of 76th in the state of California. Among these esteemed athletes is Hoon Cho, a three year varsity...

Tumbling Into Tricking

Tyler McNierney, Co-Editor-in-Cheif

October 17, 2017

What comes to mind when one hears the word “tricking”? In truth, the word itself does not provide a glaring answer, so there would probably be a mix of ideas. Perhaps the word is an abbreviation of the Halloween activity,...

Wilcox Wows at Levi’s Stadium

Lindsey Laughlin, WATW Editor

October 16, 2017

On September twenty-third, the San Francisco 49ers hosted their annual high school double-header at Levi’s Stadium. This year, the Chargers were welcomed back for the third time to participate in the fourth installment of the...

Making Sports Open to All

Caroline Van Zant

October 16, 2017

Wilcox junior Chirag Dollin loves to run. But Dollin has autism, and his parents thought that his tendency to get distracted might prevent him from ever being on a cross country team. That is, until now. Thanks to accommodations...

Uno! Dos! Tres! Ace! Ace! Ace!

Sammie Discher, Staff Writer

April 20, 2017

  Wilcox boys’ volleyball is back in season and is performing better than ever. Even though the team only has eight league games under their belt, they are feeling confident for the rest of the season. In past years,...

March Athlete of the Month: Aditya Jangid

Catalina Rao, Staff Writer

April 20, 2017

For this issue’s Athlete of the Month, our journey begins fourteen years ago.  Why? Because that is when three time Wilcox School Record holder (part of 4x100 Free Relay and 4x50 Medley Relay, and 100 Butterfly) Aditya Jangid...

The NFL Free Agency

Joseph Choe, Staff Writer

April 20, 2017

NFL Free Agency is often chaotic and can be quite difficult to comprehend for the casual fan. During the free agency period, general managers— the executive of the team— use their intuition to the best of their ability to...

Charles Oakley Vs. The New York Knicks

John Schubel, Staff Writer

March 15, 2017

  There was a time when The New York Knicks were regarded as the pinnacle of National Basketball Association royalty. With a plethora of greats like Patrick Ewing, Walt Frazier, Allan Houston, WIllis Reed and lastly Charles...

Sports Traditions Through the Ages

Catalina Rao, Staff Writer

March 15, 2017

For as long as sports culture has existed there have been fan traditions; common practices that every fan in every city knows.  They act as a way to relate to fellow sport fanatics and bring the sports community together in general. Right...

“The Best Pick-Up Game of Basketball in the World”

Sammie Discher, Staff Writer

March 15, 2017

On Sunday, February 19th, the best players of the National Basketball Association came together to play what is known as “the best pickup game of basketball in the world,” according to TNT sideline commentators. This annua...

Money for the Marlins

Staff Writer, Mehmood Elahi

March 15, 2017

The purchase of a sporting team is always an exciting venture, but the recent bid for the Miami Marlins may draw even more attention, especially around the White House. The New York real estate powerhouse family, the Kushners,...

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