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Kansas City Chiefs defeat 49ers In Amazing Super Bowl Comeback

Kansas City Chiefs defeat 49ers In Amazing Super Bowl Comeback

by Dejvis Lipo, Reporter

March 3, 2020

In the Super Bowl LIV (54), the San Francisco 49ers played the Kansas City Chiefs! The game kicked off on Sunday, February 2, 2020, at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida. An estimated 135 to 140 million people watched the Super Bowl. When Dominick` Del Giudice, a sophomore at Palo was asked befor...

Men’s Basketball Battles the Las Vegas Wildcats for the First Home Game of the Season

Men’s Basketball Battles the Las Vegas Wildcats for the First Home Game of the Season

by Kayla Faasse, Sports Editor

December 5, 2019

Students packed the gym on Tuesday, December 2nd to cheer on the varsity Panthers as they took on the Las Vegas Wildcats for their first win of the season. The Panthers fought with heart to earn a final score of 58-49. “I think Las Vegas came out a little sluggish; as did we in the first per...

Varsity Women’s Basketball Takes on Las Vegas for First Home Game of the Season

Varsity Women’s Basketball Takes on Las Vegas for First Home Game of the Season

by Kayla Faasse, Sports Editor

December 5, 2019

On Tuesday, December 2nd, the Lady Panthers stepped onto the court for the first home game of the season against the Las Vegas Wildcats. The Panthers brought home their first win of the season with a final score of 44-32. The game started off with the Wildcats scoring two points, followed by a tec...

College Signing Day for Senior Athletes of Fall Sports

Reese Hazan

by Kayla Faasse and Makenna Fields (Photographer)

December 2, 2019

On Nov. 20, sixteen of Palo Verde’s finest athletes signed with their colleges of choice, ensuring their future positions in collegiate sports. These athletes will be missed and remembered for their contributions to their teams. The first athlete to get signed was Josiah Cromwick who signed with the Uni...

Varsity Football Steals a Win From The Shadow Ridge Mustangs in Overtime

Varsity Football Steals a Win From The Shadow Ridge Mustangs in Overtime

by Kayla Faasse, Sports Editor

October 7, 2019

The Panthers have been bringing their best to all of their games this year, and the October 4th game was no different as the boys took home a win against the Shadow Mustangs with a score of 36-35 in overtime for their fifth win of the season. The Mustangs made the first touchdown of the game ha...

Varsity Football Defeats Desert Oasis in First Home Game

Varsity Football Defeats Desert Oasis in First Home Game

by Kayla Faasse, Sports Editor

September 9, 2019

On Friday, Sept. 6th Palo’s varsity football team defeated the Desert Oasis Diamondbacks in their first home game, starting strong with a 2-0 season. According to Coach Hallead, “Our guys really stepped up to the challenge to play a good physical game.” Just under three minutes into the game,...

Meet Our New 2019 Softball Team!

Meet Our New 2019 Softball Team!

by Jordyn Selznick, Sports Editor

March 1, 2019

Our new 2019 lady panthers softball team was announced this week and we are thrilled to see how amazing this team will do this season. “I’m ecstatic for the upcoming softball season and I’m loving my new teammates. I am loving my new fun and sweet teammates. I just know playing with them t...

Palo Varsity football vs Mojave

Palo Varsity football vs Mojave

by Jordyn Selznick, Sports Editor

August 29, 2018

Score- Palo Verde 29-6   It was an exciting night on August 23rd at Mojave High School, where our Palo Verde Panthers’ Varsity Football team brought home their first win of the season. Palo won the coin toss, kicking off in the first half. The game started off slow. After a few minutes i...

How Playoffs Are Starting to Take Away From the Traditional Bowls of College Football

CFP logo courtesy of the official College Football Playoff website

by Remington Foster, Sports Editor

January 4, 2017

Football games are all fun to watch, with all the moments leading up to the great moment of who will take the big win at the end of the big game, but college playoffs are starting to interfere with college football bowl specialty. Many players are now starting to decide to be a bench supporter for the...

What you missed in Rio 2016

What you missed in Rio 2016

by Hope Freeland, Senior Editor

September 18, 2016

Every four years, the world's best athletes compete in the Olympic games in hopes of bringing back a gold medal for their country.  This year, the U.S.A. team brought home a total of 121 medals, making the U.S the most awarded team. The U.S team had many standout athletes who helped bring home th...

Wayne Gretzky and his Fantasy Camp

NHL Live reporter, EJ Hradek (L) and all-star hockey player Wayne Gretzky (R) sit down at Brooksy's Bar & Grill in Las Vegas, NV on March 23 for an exclusive interview.

by Chandler Patrick, Sports Editor

March 24, 2016

For the last fourteen years, four-time Stanley Cup winner and record-breaking NHL player Wayne Gretzky has led the Wayne Gretzky Fantasy Camp with immense pride and joy. This year, the Las Vegas Ice Center held the honor of hosting the camp for the seventh consecutive year. “It’s an honor to be...

NFL admits the link between football and brain disease exists

Strong safety David Bruton #30 of the Denver Broncos lies on the ground in pain after a play that would force him out of the game with a reported concussion during a game against the Oakland Raiders

by Chandler Patrick, Sports Editor

March 16, 2016

On Monday, March 14, top NFL officials admitted for the first time the link between the sport of football and a degenerative brain disease called chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE. The decision is a change from the league’s previous stance that the answer was inconclusive. They now look to A...

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