There are only two things guaranteed during the National Basketball Association (NBA) Playoffs: harrowing losses and conflict.
On Tuesday, Apr. 24, track crushed Northview HS at the final league meet of the season, where many competitors finished off strong by surpassing their personal records.
On Tuesday, Apr. 16, girls’ softball lost to San Dimas HS with a score of 1-2.
The Wildcat girls’ swim team defeated Corona HS with a score of 97-67 on Tuesday, Apr. 17.
What was once a household name turned into a household joke: Tiger Woods.
On Tuesday, Apr. 10, boys’ golf yielded to Diamond Bar HS with a final score of 278-197.
On Monday, Mar. 26, boys’ tennis defeated San Dimas HS with a final score of 17-1.
Like so many other tennis players, Naomi Osaka longed for the moment when she would finally meet her lifelong role-model. But when she did, it was not to get an autograph; it was for a Miami Open tennis match.
On Saturday, Mar. 17, track participated in an invitational against sixteen other teams at Covina HS. Over 50 Wilson members qualified in their respective events.
Is it possible for the worst team to beat the best team in the most heated college basketball tournament of the season?