Athletes persevere on the court, field

Class of 2022 Sports Spotlight

Tribe Tribune Staff

Aminah Crew, Basketball


Kathryn Gutierrez, Soccer


Ryan Knight, Football


Nathaniel Le, Tennis


Reporters Alia Noll, Amy Ramos, and Angella Yurek contributed to this story.

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  • Sophomore Chloe Ortiz took first place in her weight class (106) in the Freeway League finals. (Above) Ortiz clinched her title with a 16-1 tech fall after taking down her Buena Park opponent with a power half. The team finished second in league. Ortiz and the girls wrestling team traveled to San Dimas High School on Feb. 10 for CIF Individuals.


    Winter Wrap-Up

  • Four-year varsity point guard senior Christian Hubbard (pictured) led the Tribe with 24 points in their 54-48 loss against West High School. Hubbard leads the team with an average of 14.7 points per game. The Indians (8-6) lost their first three games of pre-season in the Rumble for Rosecrans Tournament. Despite their difficult start, the Indians delivered a 4-game winning streak to get the team back on track. Sophomore Andre Welch led the Indians to their first victory with 12 points in a 79-22 against Torres High School. The Indians will have their first away league game on Jan. 4 against Sunny Hills.


    Winter Sports Preview

  • Goalie junior Josiah Jessup had 7 blocks in the Indians 18-12 victory against Sonora on Oct. 20.


    Fall Sports Wrap-Up

  • The Scarlets won the Summit Championship in 2022. Photo courtesy of Sierra Grimm.


    World of competitive cheer brings glory, injuries

  • (Above) Senior Preston Kim scored 6 goals in the Indians’ 21-11 win against Sonora on Sept. 28. Senior John Fogelsong scored 5 goals against the Raiders. Photo courtesy of Ainsley Kudron.


    Fall Sports Updates

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