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by Samson Guan This year, Coach Harper has led the varsity Girls Tennis team, a group of girls who are eager to improve their skill performance and have fun during matches. “Practices are intense, but in the end, it pays off as the girls are able to hustle on the courts better and ace their
by Johnny Chenh The Warriors had a fantastic season last year and ended up winning it all. Coming into the 2015-16 season, the Western Conference has became more difficult to succeed in and the Warriors will be without their coach many have different predictions if they will recapture the crown again. “I think their
by Francis Gonzales Moving from Kansas to San Francisco, Ethan “Kansas” Nelson is a 4-year varsity football player for Galileo. This season, he is a captain and plays multiple positions; running back, quarterback, and linebacker. His goal for this season is to play the best he can and thinks that conditioning and working on fundamentals in the
Everyone watches sports but what sport do you watch the most? “I like watching basketball because its fast pace and I love watching basketball players swish three pointers.” – Roebel Houston (Junior) “Basketball is a sport that i watch the most because when i was little i watched games with my father
by Johnny Chenh There are people who motivate and inspire us to become better individuals. This segment of Lion’s Whisper focuses specifically on “Athletes who inspire us”-here are some responses from Galileo. “Misty Copeland inspires me the most because she’s a powerhouse ballet dancer. She became the first African American principal dancer for American Ballet Theatre.
by Calvin Huang After losing the championship game last year, captain and goalie, Senior Rene Hidalgo, is motivated to work harder this year to take the title. His favorite part of playing for Galileo is meeting up with his teammates before games to change and getting ready together. “The team is like a big family
By Calvin Huang Being a seventh year volleyball player, Courtney Pon is one of the captains on Galileo’s varsity volleyball team. She says “Being a captain doesn’t feel any different from being a regular player because we’re all equals on the team. Everybody has a specific role that helps the team.” Courtney thinks her team