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GB wrestler wins three matches at state championships

GB wrestler wins three matches at state championships

Luke Randolph, staff writer

May 29, 2019

  At the beginning of his freshman season in 2015, Kai Niimi stood at 5 feet 2 inches, and weighed 150 lbs. With three years of experience wrestling in middle school, he wrestled most of his matches on the junior varsity team.   In February of 2019, he won three matches at the CIF State Champio...

Ryan Beidler: More than just a teacher

Becca Nolan, staff writer

May 28, 2019

  Math teacher Ryan Beidler coaches a sport, football, as well.   “I was an engineering major in college, so I had a lot of math and science background so, but then I went under elementary education which means I can teach multiple subjects, because I like more than just math,” Beidler said....

Teacher suggests changing of Tribe

Teacher suggests changing of Tribe

Andrew Yung, co-editor-in-chief

May 9, 2019

  The Tribe. It is the current name of the student section at Granite Bay High School sports games. It is part of the rallying chant “Roll Tribe” that students yell at games and prep rallies. Yet, it is also the name that has recently become a part of intense controversy.       Last month, Kyle...

GBHS athletes compete at Stanford Invitational

GBHS athletes compete at Stanford Invitational

Landen Acosta, sports editor

May 7, 2019

   Amidst a competitive track and field season, senior Lamont Mason and junior Jada Harper represented the Granite Bay High School track and field team at the Stanford invitational meet.    Lamont Mason is a shot put and discus thrower and was selected to represent GBHS in the shot put even...

Fan of the Month: Madison Fitch

Fan of the Month: Madison Fitch

Emily Hansen, voices editor

May 2, 2019

  Granite Bay High School has many students that exhibit Grizzly P.R.I.D.E, but senior Madison Fitch goes above and beyond by being involved in a variety of athletics. She illustrates the “engagement” element of P.R.I.D.E.   Fitch is dedicated to both attending and participating in GBHS ath...

Fan of the Month: Ethan Birch

Fan of the Month: Ethan Birch

Lily Williams, staff writer

May 2, 2019

  Senior varsity Baseball player, Ethan Birch, exemplifies every aspect it takes to be a true Grizzly fan. Being a Granite Bay athlete himself, Birch appreciates when members of the GBHS student body attend his games, so he loves to return the favor.   “When people come to my games it crea...

Fan of the Month: Bradley Roe

Fan of the Month: Bradley Roe

Akhil Shah, sports editor

April 29, 2019

  Standout senior Bradley Roe excels as a student and fan of the Granite Bay High School Grizzlies.   In his four years at GBHS, Roe has established his presence at most home games for sports like basketball and football.   “I’ve attended all the home football games this year,” ...

Fan of the Month: Nick Fisher

Fan of the Month: Nick Fisher

Michela Smith, staff writer

April 26, 2019

  Nick Fisher has been an extremely involved student and always displays school spirit.   Fisher was a powderpuff cheerleader for the 2019 season. Cheering on the senior girls, he was able to express his dedication to promoting Granite Bay spirit.   Fisher described his involvement in powder...

Pride of the Tribe

Pride of the Tribe

April 26, 2019

Pride of the Tribe is a collection of Granite Bay High School's Fans of the Month. Check them out below!

Unique sports growing among student body

Unique sports growing among student body

Sophie Criscione, former lifestyle/features editor

April 11, 2019

  Despite the usual league and school sports most athletes find themselves participating in, other athletes at GBHS discover an interest in the unique off-campus sports that are less common among students.   One of those sports is rowing, also known as crew. This sport has grown in populari...

Varsity lacrosse team poised for success

Varsity lacrosse team poised for success

Max Schwartz, co-editor-in-chief

April 8, 2019

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What makes a good leader at Granite Bay?

What makes a good leader at Granite Bay?

Michela Smith, staff writer

March 21, 2019

 Sports culture is often times more complex than one is lead to believe.  The drive to earn the highly esteemed title of captain creates a sense of leadership and responsibility among players.   What exactly constitutes a captain is often hotly debated. Whether it be skill, leadership,...

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