Sports

GNAC looks to begin competition in January

Kierrla Yates, Staff Writer Athletes and fans of the Greater Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) are anxious to know how the winter and fall sports seasons will play out. The most recent release of information about these seasons was given on Oct. 2nd, when the CEO Board of the GNAC approved the initial plans of playing

Jumping through the obstacles

Ryne Oshiro, Staff Writer Keshara Romain starts about ten feet behind a white line that marks where she’ll take her first leap. As she starts to sprint, her eyes are locked on that line, where she launches herself off her right leg. Then she seemingly ignores gravity and appears to double jump in mid-air, and

Seahawks Defensive Struggles Continue

Kierrla Yates, Staff Writer Gearing up for their week ten game, the Seahawks have much to improve upon from their last few appearances. The Seahawks are currently leading the NFC West with a record of 6-2, following close behind with a record of 5-3 are the Cardinals and the Rams. On Sunday, November 8th, Seattle

What’s next for the NBA?

Ryne Oshiro, Staff Writer Following the completion of the longest National Basketball Association (NBA) season in history, the Los Angeles Lakers came out victorious. The season ended on Oct. 12th, 2020, after nearly 355 days since the first regular season game. Of course, this season will be forever regarded as the asterisk season as many

NBA Players advocate for social justice

Kierrla Yates, Staff Writer The National Basketball Association (NBA) actively participates in caring for their community. Whether it is a singular individual or a whole team, you will often find the NBA and their players trying to help others. This year, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, teams and players donated time, money, and food to help

PAC-12 football set to kickoff in November

Kierrla Yates, Staff Writer NCAA Division I college football has started its season across the nation. Pacific-12 Conference (PAC-12) Football will begin its 2020 season in just a few days. On Oct. 3rd, PAC-12 released their schedule for 2020 which shared that the season will begin on Nov. 7th and end the weekend of Dec.

Seattle Seahawks lose in overtime to Arizona Cardinals

Ryne Oshiro, Staff Writer As the old saying goes, “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger,” and for a team like the Seattle Seahawks, getting stronger can always be a positive. The Seahawks were riding a 5-0 record prior to facing the Arizona Cardinals, and seemed to be trending in the right direction, until the

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