The Next Step: Life After High School

The Next Step: Life After High School

Jack Freeman, Sports Editor

March 29, 2016

As many seniors surely know, high school is coming to an end this year and it is approaching rapidly. Many seniors are scared at the thought of high school ending, but I personally am not because there are a lot of great things that seniors can do once they graduate. Seniors can do things like go to...

Varsity Softball Looking Forward to League Play

Varsity Softball Looking Forward to League Play

Marie E. Rodriguez, Editor-In-Chief

March 17, 2016

With a 3-1 preseason record, the BCCHS Varsity Softball Team is ready to attack the regular season. This spring sport is a one that requires many long practices and dedication. In order to perfect the skills and stamina necessary to succeed, the 2016 Varsity Softball Team has pledged their high school...

Men’s Patriot Volleyball Team Starts Strong

Men’s Patriot Volleyball Team Starts Strong

Trinity Cummings, Staff Reporter

March 17, 2016

The players on the BCCHS Volleyball Team don't get recognized for their funny jokes and awesome work; they get recognized for their skill on the court.  Some of the older players and incoming players show great promise in this year's upcoming matches. These boys are also very well mannered and well...

BCCHS Girls’ Wrestling Team Wins City Championship Title

BCCHS Girls’ Wrestling Team Wins City Championship Title

Ranulfo Martinez, Staff Reporter

March 15, 2016

The BCCHS Girls' Wrestling Team was determined to have another successful season after coming off of a year where they won the city title. Also their star wrestler, Lakiyah Wagoner, won the national championship last year giving them even more momentum entering the season this year. The girls left...

BCCHS Varsity Baseball Scrapes by Calabasas

BCCHS Varsity Baseball Scrapes by Calabasas

Jack Freeman, Sports Editor

March 15, 2016

The BCCHS Varsity Baseball Team had their first game of the season against Calabasas. It was a close and enticing game that ended in a 2-1 victory for the Patriots. This win gave the team a 1-0 record which is a fantastic way to kick off the season. The game started off defensively with the first...

BCCHS Girls’ Water Polo City Champions!

BCCHS Girls’ Water Polo City Champions!

Alyssa Macias, Website Editor

March 9, 2016

Due to hard work and dedication, on Thursday March 25th, the BCCHS Girls’ Water Polo team won the CIF City Championship against Eagle Rock High School, 8-6. They went into the game confident, knowing that they had worked their best and now was the time for all that effort to pay off. Angel Rosale...

The 2016 Chapter of Knights and Ladies Says Goodbye

The 2016 Chapter of Knights and Ladies Says Goodbye

Marie E. Rodriguez, Editor-In-Chief

March 9, 2016

Knights and Ladies is a BCCHS club open to only high school seniors who look to serve their community and school. Mr. Komen and Miss Swan are the lead teachers for this service club. The club has a cabinet that includes a president, two vice-presidents, a BCCHS events coordinator,  a community events...

French Fashion Show & Festival on Friday

French Fashion Show & Festival on Friday

Joselyn Argueta, Creative Arts Editor

March 7, 2016

The BCCHS French Club's Culture and Fashion Fair is the first campus-wide French culture event since French was reintroduced to BCCHS as a class three years ago. The show will take place this Friday, March 11 from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m. in the BCCHS multipurpose room (MPR). We now have a community of dozens...

2016 Academy Awards: Lack of Diversity and Girl Scout Cookies

2016 Academy Awards: Lack of Diversity and Girl Scout Cookies

Jenny Cubas, Front Page/ News Editor

March 7, 2016

The 2016 Oscars was the 88th Annual Academy Awards hosted by actor Chris Rock. The award ceremony was beautifully decorated and filled with the most popular celebrities. The Oscars lasted more than three hours, which most people agreed was too long, and was watched by more than 43 million people. The...

The Truth Behind the Fur Industry

The Truth Behind the Fur Industry

Clarissa Guardado, Staff Reporter

March 3, 2016

When people buy clothes with fur they don’t really think about the millions of animals that have had to suffer and go through the painful abuse of having their fur stripped from them, just so people could wear their fine, soft hair on their clothing. Every year, more than 150 billion animals are...

Riveting Revenant Review

Riveting Revenant Review

Samuel Gerstein, Arts & Entertainment Editor

March 3, 2016

In what I would call one of the best movies of the decade, Leonardo DiCaprio stars in his most talented roles in his history of film. The Revenant is a sort of western thriller set in the 19th century west somewhere in South Dakota near the Missouri River. For this role, Leo definitely deserves to final...

BCCHS Boys’ Varsity Baseball is Ready for Their Season

BCCHS Boys’ Varsity Baseball is Ready for Their Season

Jack Freeman, Sports Editor

March 1, 2016

The 2016 BCCHS Varsity Baseball Team is eager to start their season after coming off of a strong 2015 campaign that unfortunately ended in a second round playoff loss to El Camino Real. El Camino went on to win the city title, but the Patriot boys are ready to bounce back this season and win it all. The...

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