Outdoor Training Providing Key Foundation to Improvement

Mia Jay, Business Editor March 4, 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...

West Point Commit Looks Back on Initial Passion

West Point Commit Looks Back on Initial Passion

Thomas Singh, Staff Writer December 7, 2020

Senior Matai Bell announced his commitment to play Division 1 football at West Point Military Academy. After being contacted by one of the West Point football coaches, Bell visited the campus in November...

National Letter of Intent Ceremony Goes Virtual

Zoe De La Cruz, Staff Writer December 1, 2020

The National Letter of Intent signing ceremony was held over Zoom on November 10 to recognize the Campolindo seniors who have committed to college for athletics. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Athletic...

XC Hosts 1st Ever 5K Track Race

Gracie Woidat, News Editor November 17, 2020

The Campolindo Cross Country Club concluded its fall training program with the 1st ever 5,000 meter track race in Bob Wilson Stadium on November 7. Top finishers, sophomores Ellie Buckley and Alexander...


Fall Sports Adapt to COVID-19 Regulations

Erika Riedel, Sports Editor November 5, 2020

The California Interscholastic Federation announced on July 20 that all high school sports for the 2020-21 school year will be postponed until December 2020 due to COVID-19. Until then, many Campo fall...

Illustration by Kayla Barker

Tutus and Tackles: Female Footballer Joins Freshman Squad

Gracie Woidat, News Editor November 5, 2020

Ballet dancer freshman Pinkie Schnayer hurdled societal norms to become 1 of the 1st girls to play for the Campolindo football team. Before Schnayer, Campo alumna Kimberly Anderson was a kicker from...

Softball Star Commits to Princeton

Softball Star Commits to Princeton

Isabelle Katz, Staff Writer October 22, 2020

While the Spring 2020 season was cut short due to COVID-19, senior Abbie Lee has committed to Princeton University for softball after 3 stellar seasons on the varsity team. Since joining a competitive...

Scholastic All-American Swimmer Chooses Brown

Scholastic All-American Swimmer Chooses Brown

Erika Riedel, Sports Editor October 22, 2020

In pursuit of a both academically and athletically rigorous environment, senior Zach Le-Nguyen committed to Brown University for swimming. Throughout his 4 years on the Campolindo varsity team, Le-Nguyen...

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