Articles by Spencer Chee

Seven track stars compete in the Meet of Champions

Seven track stars compete in the Meet of Champions

June 10, 2013 | in Track and Field

The track is quiet. The athletes take their marks. Spectators feel the anticipation. Then the track gun goes off and so do the runners. This is not just any meet but the Meet of... Read More

Basketball holds fundraiser to refinish William Binks Gym

June 6, 2013 | in Basketball

The William Binks Gym is currently in a condition that is shy of excellent, so the PHS women’s basketball team started a fundraiser called “Give Binks Some Love!” in order to restore this facility... Read More

Swimming stays undefeated

Swimming stays undefeated

May 20, 2013 | in Swimming

The girls swimming team has remained undefeated in league for the past 3 years including this year’s most recent success. First year swimming coach John Savage said his goal this year as a coach... Read More

Pole vaulters dwindle into competition

Pole vaulters dwindle into competition

April 8, 2013 | in Track and Field

There were 20 of them. Then 17. Now only 10 people stand at the far end of field with abnormally long poles, waiting in line for their shot at the sport of pole vaulting.... Read More

Concussions counteract team’s success

Concussions counteract team’s success

April 8, 2013 | in Baseball

That one wrong hit. That one missed catch. That one ball to the head. They can all result in a concussion and there is no telling whether or not a player will return to... Read More

MHS creates constitution

MHS creates constitution

March 20, 2013 | in Campus

The class at MHS is a leadership class is working towards turning their class into an official Associated Student Body class so their students can have the power to make decisions on behalf of... Read More

New Chromebooks revolutionize PHS

March 4, 2013 | in A Closer Look

The new Samsung Chromebooks are new additions to PHS that will help students perform tasks that involve the use of the web. The laptops will be available in the library for checkout during the... Read More

Women’s Basketball falls to Berkeley, 45-40

Women’s Basketball falls to Berkeley, 45-40

February 17, 2013 | in Basketball

The women’s varsity basketball team lost to Berkeley High School 45-40 in one of their last league games before they travel to the playoffs. The two teams were neck and neck in the... Read More

Israel Birthright trips change student lives

Israel Birthright trips change student lives

February 7, 2013 | in Campus

During second semester, sophomore Nathan Kruger will embark on a trip to Europe that some people only dream about. He will start his four month trip in Israel where he will visit famous monuments... Read More

Remnants of previous religious beliefs fuse with newfound ideas

January 7, 2013 | in A Closer Look

Despite a citizen’s Constitutional   right to exercise religion freely, there is a disconnect among the secular and religious populations at PHS. Students of religious backgrounds are now choosing to depart from their traditions... Read More