Sports Livestreaming Aims to Reduce COVID-19 Risk

Thomas Singh, Staff Writer April 28, 2021

Campolindo has started livestreaming sports events for fans to watch from home to prevent the spread of COVID-19. In light of the pandemic, many people are tentative to congregate in crowded areas such...

Competition cheerleaders perform a stunt at the Amador High School football game on April 3.

Competition Cheer Joins Sideline as Alternate to Season

Maggie Doolittle, Junior Lifestyle Editor April 21, 2021

From weekly COVID-19 tests to playing with masks on, sports during the pandemic look much different than years prior. For competition cheer, on the other hand, it means having no season at all. According...

Female Sports Deserve Equal Funding

Female Sports Deserve Equal Funding

Jessica Rosiak, Editor-in-Chief April 12, 2021

When we think of March Madness, women’s basketball isn’t the 1st thing that comes to mind. Rather, all the attention and funding for the event is directed toward the men’s tournament. This phenomenon...

Campolindo Tops Acalanes Despite Disqualification

Mia Jay, Business Editor April 11, 2021

Despite COVID-19 protocols, a smaller crowd in the stands, and a player disqualification, the varsity football team beat Acalanes 28-13 on March 26. Senior Jacob Griessel, quarterback and wide receiver,...

Orange Tier Sports Commence with Updated Safety Precautions

Madison Wilha, Staff April 11, 2021

Orange tier sports were approved to begin their seasons after Contra Costa County moved into the orange tier on April 7. Due to their high-contact and outdoor nature, football, boys’ lacrosse, soccer,...

Swimathon Fundraises for Diversity in Aquatics Club

Ella Hack, Staff Writer April 7, 2021

The Campo Swim DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) Swim-a-Thon raised over $3000 for the Diversity in Aquatics Club from March 17 to March 26. All of the money raised was given to the Diversity in...

Girls’ Golf Grapples with Less Practice Space

Gracie Woidat, News Editor March 23, 2021

The girls’ golf team has adjusted its practice setting since the sport’s commencement on February 8 due to decreased availability of the Moraga Country Club (MCC). The MCC has commonly been used...

Sports Med Adapts to Distance Learning

Isabelle Katz, Staff Writer March 16, 2021

The Sports Medicine program has adapted its hands-on curriculum to a virtual setting during distance learning. Sports Medicine is an elective course that teaches students about the anatomy and physiology...

Coach Steve Hammond shows athletes how to use a resistance band at Bay Area Ballplayers.

Outdoor Training Providing Key Foundation to Improvement

Mia Jay, Business Editor March 10, 2021

Bay Area Ballplayers, an athletic training business in Moraga, recently opened an outdoor training area to accommodate COVID-19 restrictions. Despite the difficulties that came with transferring equipment...

Cross Country Resumes with Updated Restrictions

Thomas Singh, Staff Writer February 10, 2021

Cross Country has been utilizing an updated “pod system” since their season started on February 1 to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Prior to their season being approved to start, the many cross...

Seniors Bradford Martin and Jack Pieper run with masks on during their first track and field practice of the school year.

“Purple Tier” Sports Begin Seasons

Erika Riedel February 9, 2021

The North Coast Section (NCS) Board of Managers met on January 29 to authorize “purple tier” sports to begin their seasons on February 1. Since the stay-at-home order was lifted on January 25, track...

Student athletes rally for the reopening of sports practices during the pandemic in front of Campolindo Highschool.

Student-Athletes Rally for Reopening of Sports

Maggie Doolittle, Junior Lifestyle Editor January 24, 2021

Some student-athletes took part in the state-wide “Let Them Play” rally advocating for high school sports to begin their seasons amidst the COVID-19 pandemic on January 16. Currently, Contra Costa...

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