Competitors on the Court, Sisters Off

By Kennedy Oliver-Sorrell Serena Williams took the win over older sister Venus in an intense match this past weekend at the Australian Open. The competition throughout the Australian Open has been anything but less of exciting. Especially with the anticipated match between the Williams sisters who have both individually created household names for themselves in … More Competitors on the Court, Sisters Off

Mustang Spirit

On Thursday, November 3 the Mustangs faced some defeat when the Tulare Union Tribe regained possession of the bell. Going in, everyone figured that the Mustangs had the game won before even stepping on the field. This made the loss of the game that much more disappointing. However the Mustangs kept it very classy even … More Mustang Spirit

TW Water Polo Girls Stampede Towards a New Standard

The beginning of November usually marks the end of high schools’ fall athletic season. For seniors, it’s a somber time as they conclude their last practices and games. For others, such as Girls Water Polo team, it’s the beginning of something new. The young program will be losing four seniors this year: Alysha Trujillo, Surina … More TW Water Polo Girls Stampede Towards a New Standard

On The Line

By: Sarah Wilbur Wednesday, October 26th, 2016 marks the date of what could possibly be our Lady Mustangs last volleyball game of the season. Putting time, effort, and energy since the beginning of June will be put to the test this week due to the immense titles that are on the line. On the line … More On The Line

Mustangs football defeats Delano Tigers in EYL opener

The Mustang football team played against the Delano Tigers last Friday and came out victorious. The two teams were tied throughout the whole first half of the game. However in the second half, the Mustangs came out firing and ended up winning 38-21. I asked senior, Josh Portillo, how he felt about the rest of … More Mustangs football defeats Delano Tigers in EYL opener