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Girls’ soccer suffers tough loss

Senior Aliviah McClinton fights for the ball in the game against BSM. Due to the game the soccer teams record is now 5-3-2.

Sam Swisher and Tenzin Gyaldatsang

September 26, 2019

According to sophomore and goalie Sophia Romero, a lack of focus contributed to the team’s shortfall in its Sept. 24 game. “I think especially in today's game we had a slight lack of focus and we needed to lay the ball off a lot faster,” Romero said. Coach Benjamin Kent said the team has...

Girls’ tennis defeats Holy Angels

Freshman Kamryn Halley hits a volley during her match Sept. 23. Players are preparing for Sections beginning Oct. 2.

Talia Lissauer

September 24, 2019

After playing in her first singles match in a long time, junior Anna Jensen said she played well but struggled with endurance. “I haven’t played singles in a while so it was good to play singles again, and I won so that was good,” Jensen said. “I got pretty tired quickly just because I’m...

Football suffers defeat at Homecoming game

Senior, Sajid Nathim powers though opposing players helping park towards a touchdown. This was park 4th game of the season. Their next game will be Sep. 27.

Lilly Strathman

September 23, 2019

After a devastating Homecoming game, the football team is disappointed with its performance but isn’t ready to give up on the season, according to running back coach Arsenio Richardson. “We did not play well tonight. When the game got tough we didn’t respond well enough. We need more leadershi...

Boys’ soccer stays undefeated

Senior Mohamed Mohamed dribbles the ball toward a Blake defender. Park won 1-0 against the Blake Bears.

Adin Zweigbaum

September 18, 2019

After being down a player midway through the game on September 17, senior Nick Riley said it was more difficult to play without a full lineup. “That was definitely our most challenging game of the season,” Riley said. “We got an early red card, so we were playing down a man the whole game, w...

Football plans to persevere

Junior McCabe Dvorak fights against a defending player's tackle. This was the football team's third game this season. Its next game will be at 7 p.m. Sept. 20 at the stadium.

Lilly Strathman

September 16, 2019

After losing 49-25 against Robbinsdale Cooper, junior Micheal Boxley-Harmon said he looks forward to working hard during practice to gain team spirit. “I’m feeling a little hurt and a little sad but it’s alright. We will bounce back in practice so we can come back stronger than before,” B...

Volleyball raises over $5,000

Sophomore Lily Nugteren and junior Helen Tefera dry off a car at the carwash fundraiser Aug. 25. The fundraiser was held at Jerry's Hardware Store on Louisiana Ave.

Ruthie Posada, Molly Schochet, and Ayelet Prottas

August 28, 2019

With just soap and wet rags, the volleyball team’s carwash not only raised $5,300 for their upcoming season, but also doubled as an opportunity for team bonding.  Jennifer Anderson-Winward, a parent organizer for the fundraiser, said the event is very important to the team as it is their main sourc...

Games begin for fall athletes

The football team runs onto field in their first home game of the 2018 season. The  first home game of the 2019 season will be Aug. 29 at the Oriole Stadium.

Kate Schneider

August 27, 2019

Fall sports kickoff games began with girls’ tennis Aug. 21 and they will finish with girls’ swimming Sept. 10. This infographic shows information about the time and place of the first game of each sport. ...

Bowling season rolls to an end

Senior Adam Kowski releases the bowling ball down the lane Dec. 4. Kowski frequently bowls, even during the off season, in order to improve his technique.

Noah Orloff

December 21, 2018

As senior Adam Kowski completed his fifth and final season on the bowling team, he said he loved the challenge of the sport. “My favorite part is being able to show up everyday with like a different situation. No two days of bowling are going to be the same,” Kowski said. “It’s just that diffe...

New captains for fall 2019 sports

Senior Susanna Hu tracks the ball to serve it to her opponent during their first match of the season Aug. 21 losing 0-7 to Breck. The team ended the season with a 10-5 overall record.

December 17, 2018

After a hardworking season this fall the new captains that will lead the team next year are announced. Learn about the new captains below. ...

Girls’ swimming concludes season at State

Claudia Stone swims freestyle against Richfield Sep. 27. Park won 93-81.

Sadie Yarosh

December 5, 2018

According to junior Hattie Kugler, Park performed well at State, and she was proud of the team’s success. “I think overall everyone did the best that they could and everyone came together as a team and it was really good,” Kugler said. Senior captain Claudia Stone said some individuals and re...

Girls’ swimming places second in Sections

Sophomore Grace Loveland swims backstroke in the 200-yard individual medley Nov. 8. Park placed second overall at Sections.

Sophie Olmen and Hayley Westwood

November 13, 2018

According to senior captain Claudia Stone, Park preformed well at Sections with certain individuals and relays qualifying for State. “Sections went very well overall. We were able to qualify two relays and three individuals to State. This is a huge accomplishment especially because it’s for class...

Freshman runner places at State tournament

Josie Mosby running close to the finish line placing 20th at State. She received her second best time 18:32.20 Nov 3.

Talia Lissauer and Ben Sanford

November 7, 2018

Freshman Josie Mosby ran in State for the second consecutive year, and according to head coach Chris Nordstrom, she ran an amazing race and accomplished all of her goals. “Josie ran a really smart race and did a great job of moving up throughout the entire race,” Nordstrom said. “One of her...

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