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Girls soccer places first in league

With a 8-2 record in the Pacific Coast League (PCL) this season, Northwood’s Girls Varsity Soccer team placed first in league, and is now preparing to dominate in CIF this year. In their second game against University Trojans, the Northwood Timberwolves faced their first loss

NHS volleyball on teamwork

Northwood’s Varsity Girls Volleyball team has held their own against strong teams in the competitive Pacific Coast League, ending their season with four wins and six losses, an improved record from last year’s three wins and seven losses. With the direction and guidance from new

Athletic director Brandon Emery shares his love for sports

As student athletes caught up in the chaos of competitive games, rigorous practices and grueling tournaments, we often forget to acknowledge and appreciate those that are working behind the scenes that ensure our safety and enjoyment. Over the past few years, Northwood teacher Brandon Emery

Tips for an athlete

The Warm-Up Perhaps the most important part of a pre-game routine is the warm-up. It can be very easy to take warm-up time before a game for granted. Frequently, a lousy warm-up translates to a lousy performance. Sometimes just “breaking a sweat” isn’t enough to

Chris Nicola on his #roadtorecovery

The toughest athletes are not only able to overcome setbacks, but are also able to rise from them and come back even stronger. Junior Chris Nicola, an outstanding soccer player, has made multiple sacrifices over the years to develop his talent in the sport he