An Introduction To Winter Sports

Eja Fromm Co-Editor In Chief As the Diablos come to an end for Fall Sports, the season for Winter athletics is just around the corner!      The school year is flying by as winter sports are already beginning their season. Basketball, soccer, girls water polo, and wrestling finally get a chance

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Going For The Goal: Girls Flag Football

Sofia Araujo Staff Writer      Mission Viejo High School girls flag football team is an after school assortment of girls playing flag.  It started when the girls had their powderpuff game a few years back; powder puff games are when the girls play flag football and the boys are the cheerleaders.

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Boys Water Polo Makes A Splash!

Eja Fromm Co-Editor In Chief The Diablos start off an impressive season with an overall record of 10-10 as they enter their league as a Division 3 team!      The Mission Viejo Boys Varsity Water Polo team has begun their season with an excellent record. Their season record is

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Los Angeles Dodgers Win The World Series!

Eja FrommSports Editor  The Dodgers finally took home a World Series Championship for the first time since 1988!       This past baseball season, the LA Dodgers took home a World Series Championship after defeating the Tampa Bay Rays. All 6 games were played at Globe Life Field, in Arlington, Texas. This

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Boys Water Polo Dominates their Division

By Eja Fromm Mission Viejo boys water polo team proves themselves this season with big league game wins as they are ranked first in division 5.       As of Monday, October ninth, the Mission Viejo boys water polo team, led by coach Kevin Mitchell, is number one in division five. They

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Mission Viejo Wipes Out Konawaena 38-14

Brooklyn BaggettStaff Writer MVHS’s powerhouse varsity football team traveled to Kealakekua, Hawaii, in August and defeated Konawaena High School, dominating the field for almost the entire game.     On August 23rd, the Diablos played in a non-conference game against the Wildcats in Kealakekua, located on the west coast of the main

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Wright Of Way

By: Kendall McAlister Owen Wright’s surfing  win against Gabriel Medina      With this year’s Tahiti Pro, most people found themselves on the edge of their seats as they watched pro surfers Owen Wright and Gabriel Medina face off in the final round. As these two both surfed incredible waves that most

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(Butter)flying Through The Season

By: Rachel Soo Kicking off the season with MVHS Swim.     When water is on your skin, you feel colder.     Scientifically, this is because water is usually always colder than your overall body heat, and so you expend heat to try to warm it up. As a result, you lose body

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Getting the Ball Roelen

By Nick Dybel and Jacob Schwarz After a four-year stint as Mission Viejo High School’s Athletic Director, Troy Roelen has returned to the hardwood as Basketball Coach, a position he is more than familiar with.     They say “tradition never graduates,” but apparently tradition never leaves a position either. Coach Roelen

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