On Thursday afternoon, Paly softball dropped a close game to Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory from San Francisco, 4-3.
"I feel like we're so much better than we played," Emma Noroian ('14) said. "We're struggling with hitting. We all hit really well in practice, but then... READ MORE »»
The Palo Alto boy's lacrosse team started off strong in the first half and maintained their lead with a final score of 11-6.
The Vikings came into the first quarter ready to dominate, with two goals by Wayland Chiu ('14) and Matt Seligson ('16). Los Altos rallied back and... READ MORE »»
The Vikings storm the field under the Paly lights. The Vikings grasp victory over the Los Altos Eagles 11-6.
The Palo Alto girls’ lacrosse team fell to the Sacred Heart Gators 20-15 on Wednesday night. Despite the loss, coach Jamie Nesbitt feels that the team tried its best.
“I think it went really well, I’m really proud of how the girls played.... READ MORE »»
Maya Benatar ('16) prepares for the draw. The Vikings lost 20-15 against the Sacred Heart Gators.
Started in 2000, the Literature of Sport English elective offered to juniors and seniors of Palo Alto High School has grown increasingly popular over the last decade. Through it’s fourteen years of existence, the class has always started the same way.
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McNulty looks on from the broadcasting booth at the Hod Ray Stadium.
While many students can engage in basketball as children, by the time high school rolls around, opportunities are more limited. For upperclassmen especially, the chance to play basketball is greatly diminished. Despite the number of Paly students with basketball... READ MORE »»
Team Event poses or a picture after a game. With a variety of skill sets and a mediocre regular season, their play finally gelled towards the end of he year for an "eventful" season.