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By MIMI BEA
Assistant sports editor

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Despite having a team laden with experienced and talented players, the girls varsity soccer team has failed to find its rhythm, leading to only one win in ten games.

By JASON LEUNG
Assistant sports editor

Three games into Prep League play, the varsity girls’ soccer team has already dug itself into a deep hole, starting out 0-2-1. With losses coming at the hands of both Flintridge Prep and Chadwick and a hard-fought tie with Mayfield, the Lady Panthers have stumbled out of the starting gates. Because of such an uninspired start, the team will have to rally and win a majority of their remaining nine games in order to qualify for the CIF playoffs, a goal which appears out of reach considering that the girls have won just one game this entire season.

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Boys soccer relies on youth

After losing a number of key starters, the Panthers look to its young players to lead a run deep into the postseason.

By MIMI BEA
Assistant sports editor

Nick Ichien tries to halt a Viewpoint Pilgram’s progress towards the Poly net in a 2 - 2 tie. Evan Robinson/The Paw Print

Nick Ichien tries to halt a Viewpoint Pilgram’s progress towards the Poly net in a 2 - 2 tie. Evan Robinson/The Paw Print

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Fans have voiced their frustration lately with the faculty’s confusion as to where the line between spirited enthusiasm and abrasive expression lies.

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

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As part of the Global Studies Program, Trinity College’s basketball team visited Poly and played in an all-school assembly against the Panthers.

The Panthers and the players from Trinity College pose before their game. In an unexpected turnout, the Panthers emerged victorious, 56-39. Evan Robinson/The Paw Print

The Panthers and the players from Trinity College pose before their game. In an unexpected turnout, the Panthers emerged victorious, 56-39. Evan Robinson/The Paw Print

By BILLY OLSON
Sports editor

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Conducted by SARAH CHEN
and CHARLOTTE CLEARY
Life editors

On December 8, the boys basketball team from Trinity College in Perth, Australia visited Poly. The team, on its summer break, is currently on a tour of California. The team played in an exciting game against Poly’s own varsity team during an all-school assembly in the  Gamble gym.

The Paw Print caught a few minutes with visiting Australian seniors Phil, Nick, Mitch and Sam for a short interview.

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With a blend of experience and  youth, the Lady Panthers have started their season with a strong record of 3-1.

By MIMI BEA
Assistant sports editor

Though the season is just getting started, prospects are promising for Poly’s varsity girls basketball team. The Lady Panthers started their season off right, obliterating Ramona 64-18 in their first game of the season. The girls fought valiantly in their second game, but were unable to gain traction against Village Christian in the final seconds of a 64-62 loss. The girls did not let the loss faze them, and in the opening game of the Poly Invitational Tournament, the Lady Panthers defeated Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, 64-49. Freshman Michelle Miller scored an astounding 30 points, and junior Julia Brown added another 14 points to the scoreboard. After recently defeating Maranatha, junior Carolyn Williamson noted with jubilation: “That team has always been one we have struggled to beat in the past.” Williamson hopes that the win is merely “a precursor to a very successful season.” (more…)

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