Football Contributing to Community

Staying united through a sports game By: Bryan Lemus (Sports Editor) Like many other sports, football finds a way to bring communities together even if it’s just for two or three hours. In the US, football has ingrained itself into the national culture and has become part of people’s lives. People will have Sunday night football parties, little league games, and even watch football games during holidays. Something similar is beginning to happen at Kennedy…

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Football Contributing to Community

Being united through a sports game By: Bryan Lemus (Sports Editor and Social Media Manager) Like many other sports, football finds a way to bring communities together even if it’s just for two or three hours. In the US, football has ingrained itself into the national culture and has become part of people’s lives. People will have Sunday night football parties, little league games, and even watch football games during holidays. Something similar is beginning…

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Sports in the City

A look at how sports affect a state’s economic situation By: Bryan Lemus (Sports Editor and Social Media Manager)- 10/5/18 California has one of the largest economies in the world, and it continues to trend upwards with California’s economy being credited as  the fifth largest in the world, and a part of that is due to sports. The state has many cities with professional teams that bring in millions of dollars of tax revenue. In…

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Tina Slips Away

Kennedy suffers a defeat against the Granada Highlanders by Gurpreet Grewal (Sports Editor) – 9/26/17 The Kennedy Cougars show determination before their game The Kennedy football team attempted to continue their winning streak against their rivals, the Granada Highlanders, with a new game plan and revised tactics. The game was held on Friday, September 15th at Granada Hills Charter High School. The Granada Highlander’s defeated the Cougars (63-21) on Friday. Last season the Kennedy boys…

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Concussions and football

Looking at the risks from the players’ points of view By Arianna Garcia (Staff Writer) -11/1/16 There are many talented individuals that attend John F. Kennedy High School, but junior student Ignacio Guillen is one amongst this category who besides participating in the school’s marching band, currently plays clarinet for “La Arrazadora Banda el Refugio” outside of school. Banda is a brass-based musical group that plays Mexican songs and is generally a form of dance music….

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