the Paly Voice


  • Season update: Boys’ and girls’ swimming optimistic for league championships

    As the swim season comes to a strong close, the Palo Alto High School boys’ and girls’ swim team will compete at SCVAL Championships this week.

    Senior and boys captain, Ryan Drover, swims butterfly during practice. The boys' and girls' swim teams have been training hard and will compete at league championships this week. Photo by George Lu.
  • Girls’ lacrosse triumphs over Mountain View on Senior Night

    The Palo Alto High School girls’ lacrosse team (16-1, 12-0) dominated Mountain View High School (7-13, 5-9), 16-2, tonight in the Vikings’ last league game at home this season.

    Junior attacker Claire Chevallier passes the ball across the field while under pressure from a Gunn defender. Chevallier controlled one draw. Photo by Maddy Jones.
  • Slideshow: Track and field suffers defeat against Los Gatos

    The Palo Alto High School track and field boys’ team (4-1) battled for a 69-58 loss while the Paly girls (2-3) fell 97-30 to Los Gatos High School 3:15 p.m. last Thursday at Paly.

  • Season update: Track to face-off against Los Gatos

    After an impressive opening to their seasons, the Palo Alto High School boys’ (4-0) and girls’ (2-2) track and field teams look to maintain their strong performances as they prepare for their next meet at 3:15 p.m. tomorrow at home, against the Los Gatos High School Wildcats (4-0).

    Junior Dami Bolarinwa sprints to the finish line in the 400-meter run agaInst Gunn High School on March 12. The Paly boys' team defeated Gunn 82-45. Photo by Nika Woodfill
  • Baseball looks to take back dominance

    Amidst a brief lapse after a strong start, the Palo Alto High School baseball team (11-6, 5-3) hopes to revitalize as it takes on its next series against Los Gatos High School (17-1, 7-1), the leading team of the De Anza League.

    Junior outfielder Alec Olmstead prepares to swing in the team's first league game against Mountain View on March 11 at home. Olmstead had two hits in three at bats with one RBI. Photo by George Lu.
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