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SRHS track team sprints through the finish line at Arcadia

By Langston Hay On April 6th, for the first time since the 2016 season, the Santa Rosa High School Track and Field team proudly sent several of their finest athletes to southern California to compete in one of the biggest, fastest, and most prestigious invitationals in high school, the Arcadia Invitational. Accompanied by coaches Dough Courtemarche and Carrie Joseph, the team embarked on their competitive journey at seven AM. And thus, over the last weekend of Spring Break, Freshman Ana Wong, junior Izel Zamora, junior

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Panthers on the run

By Langston Hay Photos by Naomi Flores On Friday, March 23rd, track teams all across the Bay Area poured onto the SRJC track to compete in the Twilight Invitational. Amongst those teams was Santa Rosa, who put forth a competitive, spirited, and at points record setting performance. The meet started at 12 in the morning and lasted past 9 at night. The day started with an exhibition of an event that many high schoolers rarely have the opportunity to compete in: the steeplechase. Santa Rosa had three participants, two of

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Kicking off the swim season with a splash

By Lucy Merrill The 2018 swim season has started off strong for the panthers this year. With daily practice and dry land training, the swim team is getting ready and pumped up for another winning season. After three weeks of practice the SRHS swim team made quite a splash during their first meet. At the Santa Rosa Junior College Invitational high school season kick off, where high schools from around the county gathered to compete, panther athletes showed just how strong and dedicated they are this year.  Out of 16 high

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Concussions: Is Football Worth the Risk?

By Reece Wisler Concussions are prevalent in many sports, but it seems that concussions are mostly known as football injury. Concussions is a big concern for athletes in many physical sports, but in football concussions are being diagnosed at an alarming rate. According to protectthebrain.org, between 1.6 and 3.8 million sports-related concussions occur each year. Many concussions go undiagnosed so it is hard to calculate exactly how many concussions occur. Since the turn of the century, concussion research has made

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