After an impressive playoff run, the Albany High School varsity baseball team fell 3-1 to Sir Francis Drake High School in the NCS Division III championship game Saturday night.
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Making the leap from high school to college sports is not easy. According to scholarshipstats.com and the NCAA, only 7% or 1 of 14 high school athletes make the jump from high school to college varsity teams. Making the leap from high school to Division I sports is even more difficult with only 2% or…
After a week of being barraged by campaign posters, the Albany High student body voted in a new leadership on Thursday.
I am a loyal fan of the Oakland Athletics baseball team. I’ve painted my room green and gold and even my wheelchair is green. I watch or listen to just about every game. I am a season ticket holder and attend at least 20 games a year. I have lots of pictures with Stomper, the…
Originating in England, Rugby has never been the most popular sport in the United States. Most athletes who want to get a little more rugged action than soccer or baseball play football.
Like many high schoolers, Albany students participate in many different sports and clubs. Unlike many high schoolers, some Albany students stand out by participating in various jobs and hobbies outside of school. A perfect example is sophomore Michael Javier.
Post season play is a bad news/good news story for the 28-2 Albany Men’s Varsity Basketball team. Unfortunately, the Cougars were bounced out of the North Coast Section (NCS) playoffs by a very talented Campolindo team on Friday, February 27, 65-50.
The Black Student Union (BSU) is back on track at Albany High School and is looking to stay around for a long time. Senior president Cyrus Wofford has resurrected BSU along with his fellow vice presidents, seniors Amir Sudduth and DeAdrea Moore.
What’s there to do to in Albany when the sun goes down? You can always stay at home and finish your homework, but do you really want to spend your evening solving polynomials? “LateNight” explores the aspects of Albany nightlife that don’t involve a textbook. This time, we head over to Nation’s Giant Hamburgers.
After struggling in dual meets to start the season, the Cougar wrestlers looked to test their individual skill and prowess at many different tournaments.