Granite Bay Today

Teachers dedicate time to students

Teachers dedicate time to students

January 25, 2017

Teachers already put an immense amount of time into their jobs, but believe it or not, many teachers put even more time into coaching a sport at GBHS. “All teachers need to do something else for the school, at least you should,” freshman football coach, track and field coach, and AP European History...

Does success cover controversy?

Does success cover controversy?

Will Anderson

December 19, 2016

The great Vince Lombardi once said individual commitment to a group effort is what makes a team work. For many athletic programs across the Granite Bay High School campus, this logic closely coincides with a team’s success. An uncharacteristic 4-7 varsity football season led to rumors, pointing of fing...

Former GBHS golfer excels at University of Illinois

Former GBHS golfer excels at University of Illinois

Brayden Johnk, Features editor

December 16, 2016

Granite Bay High School not only produces academically talented men and women, but also superb athletes – and Bryan Baumgarten is living proof of this. Baumgarten, a 2015 GBHS graduate, is currently in his freshman year at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign majoring in Business and pl...

Rec basketball is hot this winter

Rec basketball is hot this winter

Natalie Hatch

November 16, 2016

Things are heating up in recreational basketball this winter. Returning for a second season, a group of senior boys is taking the court once again in the well-known Hotshots league. This year, however, the tables have turned. What was once one team, has split into two, over a tense few month...

Talent goes global for competitions

Talent goes global for competitions

Surina Khurana

October 18, 2016

Few high school athletes drive further than a few hours to compete in athletic events. Even fewer travel outside of the state for a competition or meet. And it’s a true rarity to find someone who has traveled abroad for athletics. Granite Bay High School, however, has its share of students and ...

Fall sports update

Fall sports update

Alina Poczobutt

September 28, 2016

It’s been a rough start for the Granite Bay High football team, but there are seven more games and plenty of room for improvement for the Grizzlies. Football is one of the highest-attended sporting events at GBHS, and this season will not be different. Even though the varsity football team has lost...

Fantasy football, real madness

Fantasy football, real madness

Will Anderson

September 22, 2016

Whether it’s constant roster updates or having to eat an earthworm, fantasy football has led to real-world job opportunities and some very memorable stories – and Granite Bay High School students and staff are very much in the mix. “Every time of the day, seven days a week” said senior Brett...

Tribe rolls back to the stands

Tribe rolls back to the stands

Cole Kahmann

September 8, 2016

The tribe is ready to roll again this year. With the start of the new sports season, the tribe is excited to hype up the crowd at sporting events. However, there are some changes being made that will alter the way the tribe usually brings energy to games. One of these is students moving from the b...

Charlie Tooley selected for the regional Optimist game

Charlie Tooley selected for the regional Optimist game

Cole Kahmann

August 25, 2016

After watching many talented and special athletes throughout the year, senior basketball player Charlie Tooley is a real standout. After leading the men’s Varsity basketball team in points, assists, and steals, Tooley was selected to play in the regional Optimist game; he was the first player selecte...

Athletes consider next season as this year ends

Athletes consider next season as this year ends

Jacqueline Romero

August 24, 2016

Every year sports teams at Granite Bay High School have to adjust to loss of many seniors who graduated from the previous year. With this can cause many challenges preparing underclassmen to help take the spots of the seniors. Junior Chloe Miller, GBHS varsity swimmer, said that she thinks it will...

Golden 1 Center welcomed in Sac

Golden 1 Center welcomed in Sac

Isabella Tkachuk

May 23, 2016

Once home to the Sacramento Monarchs and the current home to the Sacramento Kings, Sleep Train Arena, previously called Arco Arena and Power Balance Pavilion, is on the verge of undergoing a major upgrade– a big move to the new Golden 1 arena to be located in Downtown Sacramento.   Opened in 1988, the ...

Athlete of the Month: Arjith Jayaraman

Athlete of the Month: Arjith Jayaraman

Whitney Knorp

May 20, 2016

 Arjith Jayaraman was seven years old when he first fell into the sport of tennis, but little did he realize just how significant the game would become to his everyday life.   Jayaraman is a junior at Granite Bay High School who has followed his passion for tennis for a major chunk of his life....

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