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After a successful season in which the varsity boys baseball team won the Prep League in decisive fashion, the Panthers victoriously began the CIF playoffs against Boron.

By BOBBY SAMUELS
Sports editor

After the loss of the varsity softball team in its opening CIF game, only the varsity baseball team remains in playoff competition. Storming through the regular season, the Panthers continued their dominance with a 12-1 victory over Boron in their opening CIF game.  Senior A.J. Talt led the way with fourteen strikeouts in only six innings.

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The varsity softball team continued their dominance of the Prep League with another league championship before losing in the first round of CIF division play.

By JORDAN SMITH and BEN SAMUELS
Sports editor and Editor-in-chief

As Poly’s one hundred and first athletic year draws to a close, the Panther varsity softball team concludes an incontrovertibly successful 2008 season with a disappointing first round playoff loss.

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Editor-in-chief emeritus
By LESLIE BRIAN

In a recent Paw Print survey of the Upper School student body, nearly a quarter of the senior class girls who responded said that they had sought counsel, or had considered doing so, for an eating disorder.

I was one of them. In freshman year, I had anorexia.

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By KAYLIN MARCOTTE
Student contributor

“It’s not wrong, it’s not right… it’s just different..” So goes the American Field Service aphorism that, over my six-week stay in Rosario, Argentina, I recited to myself more times than I’d like to admit.

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By OLIVIA RUSSAK
Staff writer

The Paw Print: What changes do you think you can bring to the Poly community?
SS: The thing that I love about the ASB is that it’s a link between the students and the teachers. Specifically,
I love Rivalry Week because it’s a strong example of the community coming together. I would love for this strength to be shown more often through special events, student involvement in ASB activities, etc.

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By ALIXANDRA BINNEY
Story editor

When Cynthia Crass, Theater Department Chair, announced The Pajama Game as this spring’s musical,
much of the campus did not know what to expect. Most of us children of the 90s had never heard of this
50s-era musical before. Then, on April 25, senior J.P. Alanís entered the Garland stage and, breaking the fourth wall in true Shakespearean fashion, told the audience to “watch for the symbolism.”

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By MONIQUE CHAN
Staff writer

Prom: the zenith of high school life. Well, supposedly, anyway.

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