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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

Track and Field captains take the lead

Good captains reach success—but great captains help others reach success. Northwood’s Track and Field captains are motivating the T-Wolves to find strength within themselves and shoot for the stars. Kellie May Holding three 1st place school records in the long jump, triple jump and 100-meter

Northwood winter sports excel at state playoffs

Northwood winter sports teams have certainly caused a riot in the Pacific Coast League (PCL) with three teams making it to the California Interscholastic Foundation (CIF) playoffs. Through dedication and hard work, Boys Basketball and Boys and Girls Soccer have set high standards for the

Girls Water Polo finishes strong

After a 3-7 record in the Pacific Coast League (PCL) this year, the Northwood Girls Water Polo team is looking to continue developing its program after a much improved season. In their second game facing the Woodbridge Warriors, the Timberwolves were able to come out