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Grace Gentry (12) positions herself to make a basket during Tuesday’s Senior Night game against Mission Viejo High School. Gentry finished with 14 points as the Stallions beat the Diablos by a score of 59-27.

Stallion Life 1/17-1/31

Grace Aitken, Editor-in-Chief January 31, 2020

During dance production’s performance, advanced dancer, senior Jordyn Apostolache (12) dances with Max Miller (12). Every year at the Winter Pep Rally, dancers pick a partner to dance with for a song, even though he may not be involved in dance.

Grammy Winter Formal Pep Rally Photos

Max Katz, Staff Writer January 29, 2020

Day 3 The Hawaiian Band: The Week of performances was concluded with The Hawaiian Band performing “I Want It That Way” by The Backstreet Boys. From the right, band members Grant Haliburton (11), Sam Giraud (11), Ethan Chambers (11), Gianni Sirgy (11), and Max Katz (11) get the audience engaged in the final moments of their set.

Stallion Life: Battle Of The Bands

Sandhya Ganesan, Opinion Editor January 22, 2020

Senior Hayden Melin smiles for her parents with a celebratory bouquet of flowers after signing on for the Univerty of La Verne, where she will be playing soccer.

Stallion Life November 18

Jack O'Connor, Photo Editor November 18, 2019

Using the Osborne Fire Finder, volunteer lookout Bill Kaiser determines azimuth (direction in degrees) and distance from the tower of smoke or lighting downstrikes. This information is radioed to Cleveland National Forest who can deploy ground crews, helicopters or air tankers to fight the fire. The Osborne fire finder was developed in 1914 and still used in towers today.

Teacher Helps Revive the Role of Fire Lookouts

Warren Unzueta, Staff Writer November 15, 2019

As wildfires continue to encroach on densely populated Southern California communities, the need for solutions to help limit the damage of the seemingly endless fire season is dire. But history teacher,...

Students celebrate and sing in the senior section after the Stallions score another touchdown. The team scored 57 points in total compared to the Dolphins’ score of 14 by the end of the game.

Stallion Life October 30

Ella Villar, Managing Editor October 30, 2019

 Nicole Haghani (11) throws a beanbag during her cornhole match on October 17 as her partner Luke Whittaker (11) and spectators watch. The annual cornhole tournament happened during lunch everyday this week, and teachers Matt Ahmer and Damon Garner won.

Stallion Life October 18

Eva Smedeby, Staff Writer October 18, 2019

 Julia Lehman (10) and Gabby Laurente (10) encourage passersby to fill out voter registration forms. While not apart of a club, Lehman and Laurente volunteered to promote voter registration in order to increase interest and participation among new voters in the upcoming election

Club Rush 2019

Eva Smedeby, Staff Writer October 18, 2019

Tea Lopez (10) adjusts her project, striving to make everything perfect before the presentation of her groups project.

Sophomore Rube Goldbergs

Ella Villar, Staff Writer June 4, 2019

A horse drawn carriage taking riders through Killarney National Park. The park was the first national park in Ireland and was created in 1932. It is very beautiful, with mountains, lakes, and castles.

A Day in the Life of Ireland

Lucy Hughitt, A&E Editor April 29, 2019

Junior, Austin Shreeve, holds up the trophy after his class wins. He is alongside juniors Cooper Kitaen and Ian Fu who are all standing in front of a crowd of excited juniors.

Juniors Win Clash of Classes

Riley Goodfellow, Co Editor-In-Chief March 26, 2019

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