Category Archives: Sports

No Hitters: Too Easy to Achieve?

by Justin Dunbar, Staff Writer It’s a normal day for a typical baseball fan as they work to complete their daily activities. An alert on their phone from interrupts their day, notifying them that a certain pitcher has a no-hitter through five innings. The

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2018 Senior Athletic Awards Night

By: Jessica Lin, Staff Writer On May 22nd, Mills Athletic Boosters hosted the annual 2018 Senior Athletic Award Night. All seniors and family members were welcome to join in on the festivities. The night opened with the honoring of all seniors who attended, with each receiving

Why College Athletes Should Get Paid

by Justin Dunbar, Staff Writer Recently, more and more controversies have spread on whether or not college athletes deserve to be paid. The FBI discovered that the University of Arizona paid DeAndre Ayton, who is expected to be the number one pick in this year’s

Sports op: Who Should Win NBA Rookie of the Year?

By Jack Peng, Staff Writer With the NBA season ending and the playoffs on their way, the controversial debate for Rookie of the Year (ROTY) has become a trending topic in basketball. The two main candidates for this season’s award are small forward Ben Simmons of the

Karate: More Than a Chop

by Gillian Garcia, News Media Coordinator Junior Sammi Yeung may wear basketball shorts or soccer pants around school, but a white gi and black belt is the uniform that matters most to her. When people hear karate, they typically imagine full-contact, combative sparring—competition karate—or the

Varsity Girls Softball Versus Menlo-Atherton

by Gillian Garcia, News Media Coordinator On Monday, April 16th, the Mills Girls Varsity Softball team competed against Menlo-Atherton in a home game. Despite three early injuries, each batter scored at least one run: three girls scored three runs each, four scored two runs each,

Who did better at the Winter Olympics: Canada or the United States?

Canada’s Position: By Albert Lu, Staff Writer The 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang was a resounding victory for the Canadian Olympic Team as it hauled in a record-breaking twenty-nine medals and most importantly, absolutely decimated the group of American athletes. Canada’s southern counterpart, a nation

Mills Quad vs. Aragon

The Mills Boys Varsity Basketball team lost to Aragon 46-40. Mills started off the game strong Aragon finishing the first quarter 16-3. In the second quarter, both teams struggled to get to the basket, finishing the first half with a score 16-3. The third quarter

Mills vs. Burlingame Quad

On Friday, February, 2, 2018, The Varsity Boys Basketball team competed against Burlingame.The team had a tough first quarter, resulting in a close score of 10-8 Mills. “Coach Hanson told us to just keep playing our game and we’ll be alright. We focused on our