The Pepper Bough

An Eventful Day of Fundraising and Volleyball

Ryelee Mergil, Reporter

September 1, 2017

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On August 18th, Girl's Volleyball held an Alumni game. JV played best 2 out of 3 rounds and won all of them. There was no errors in the JV game at all, while Freshmen only had a few. For the 1st round the score was 25-4. For t...

NFL Preseason: Week 1

Jesse Gonzales, Reporter

August 30, 2017

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In the first week of the NFL Preseason, it was good to see the players back on the field and having some fun. On the other hand, it was not good to see many players go down with minor, and even season-ending injuries. Overall, it got the players ready to get right ...

Warriors lead first round of playoffs

Jesse Gonzalez, Reporter

May 18, 2017

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This years NBA Playoffs have been very action filled through this first round. Some very good games have been held and also some blowouts. In the west there was one sweep, one game 7, one 5 game series, and a 6 round series. I...

Joshua vs Klitschko – Best heavyweight fight in years

Erick Inzunza, Reporter

May 17, 2017

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Anthony Joshua, stands 6 feet 6 inches, with 240 pounds. He prides himself on 18 wins and 18 knockouts. His most notable fight, against Eric Molina (25-3-0), the challenger for Joshua’s IBF World Heavyweight title. Molina was k...

Cavez Jr vs Canelo – biggest disappointment since Mayweather & Pacquiao?

Erick Inzunza, Reporter

May 17, 2017

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Argentinian boxer Lucas Matthysse (38-4-0), knocked out Emmanuel Taylor (20-4-0), in the fifth round at 147 pounds. Matthysse came back from a broken eye socket, when he was knocked out by Viktor Postol (27-0) in October of 201...

Boxing survives the test of time

Erick Inzunza, Reporter

May 17, 2017

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Many people argue that boxing won’t be the same as before, when champions would fight champions, and this is true. There will never be another Muhammad Ali (56-5-0), or another Mike Tyson (50-6-0). There will never be another Rob...

Yankees claim victory in 18 inning game

Jessikah Ybarra, Reporter

May 17, 2017

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18? What happened to 9? Sunday night the New York Yankees played the Chicago Cubs in New York. In the first inning Castro grounded out to shortstop, Yankees score 1-0. In the third inning Baez homered to left (358 feet)  and tied i...

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