Sports & Gaming

Salutatorian ends 7 sibling legacy

Rosemary’s personal record in the 400m race is 57.89 seconds. Photo courtesy of Rosemary Kehoe.

Jamie Ma, Editor-in-Chief

May 21, 2020

Rosemary Kehoe will graduate as the seventh, and last Kehoe sibling from Fullerton High School. But Rosemary will also graduate as salutatorian, full International Baccalaureate diploma candidate, 3-time CIF track qualifier, and 3-time 400 meter Freeway League champion. “The fact that my dad said to all of admin...

Two is better than one: Senior twins excel at soccer

Two is better than one: Senior twins excel at soccer

Gillian Hodgden, Editor-in-Chief

May 20, 2020

For as long as they can remember, twins Josh and Joseph Espinoza have always been on the soccer field together. The boys began playing at age 4 and 14 years later, they find themselves in the same place.  Despite all stereotypes of sibling rivalry, the Espinozas’ connection and compatibility on and off the field is what gives them an edge over their competitors. “It’s spec...

Chong dominates on baseball field, in classroom

Chong dominates on baseball field, in classroom

Gillian Hodgden and Isaiah Zarate

May 20, 2020

To say Nathan Chong's abilities as a catcher and all-around player helped the FUHS baseball team would be an understatement. He was selected First Team All League his sophomore and junior year and named both Offensive and Defensive player of the year. With this athletic skill combined with a 4.7 GPA, ...

Junior learns to code, creates his own video game

 In Plat404mer, the player takes control of a white square, and must move through the level, avoiding the enemies (red squares) until the player controls all of the yellow squares.

Jackson Jerome, Reporter

May 20, 2020

Junior Justin Balsbaugh, a self-taught programmer, began developing his own computer game as a way to practice his artistic pastime of coding and game design. “It has felt so good to be able to work towards a goal I set for myself,” Justin said. He’s been teaching himself the basics of gam...

Knight earns spot on Division I soccer team

Haley Knight (right) attempts to score a goal against Sonora. Photo courtesy of Haley Knight.

Alexandra Williams, Managing Editor

May 20, 2020

Senior Haley Knight plans to attend Grambling State University in Louisiana this fall to play Division 1 soccer and major in Psychology. Haley has played on the FUHS varsity soccer team for the past four years and has been team captain for two. She plays a variety of defense positions, but most often,...

Never get bored with Hollow Knight

Hollow Knight’s protagonist; other characters follow a similar style. Image courtesy of Steam.

Cyrus Burton, Reporter

May 16, 2020

I spent almost four hours a few weeks ago repeatedly playing this one painstakingly difficult platforming area in Hollow Knight. However, unlike my experiences with similar games, playing the same area over and over in Hollow Knight didn’t leave me angry, bored, or frustrated. Instead, it left me wanting...

Jackbox brings friends together

In a game of Quiplash, one player gives a logical answer while the other…not so much. Screenshot by Cyrus Burton.

Cyrus Burton, Reporter

May 16, 2020

For me, not being able to interact with my friends in person has been the hardest part of quarantine. Fortunately playing games online with them has been a good substitute. If you don't feel the need to be a legend playing League of Legends or a mass murderer playing Fortnite, the Jackbox Party Pack...

Best games to ride out quarantine

Animal Crossing New Horizons is the most recent addition to the Animal Crossing series of games.

Jackson Jerome

May 16, 2020

With the emergence of coronavirus, many have taken up gaming once again or for the first time. To help those new to gaming, I would like to introduce you to two games I’ve found very enjoyable. Minecraft is an open world, creative sandbox style game. It really needs no introduction; it’s been massi...

Yoga for Beginners

Engage in a slight backbend to deepen the stretch in Crescent Moon.

Jamie Ma, Editor-in-Chief

April 16, 2020

Distance learning comes with its fair share of difficulties and frustrations, but for me, a senior who woke up at 6 a.m. for zero period every day for the past four years, the transition has its perks. Instead of falling out of bed and driving to school in an anxious frenzy, I now start the day with...

Spring sports begin league play

Freshman Dorian Yepez placed second in the 110 meter high hurdles on March 7. Photo by Jose Perez.

March 13, 2020

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Spring sports teams start season

Senior Nathan Chong warming during the first game of the double header on Feb. 15. The Indians won the second game of the doubleheader against Corona Del Mar on a walk off RBI single by senior Julien Perez. The team starts league play on March 6. Photo by Isaiah Zarate

February 20, 2020


Boys soccer team plays for first place Jan. 31

The boys soccer team celebrates Joseph Espinoza’s goal in the 3-1 win against La Habra on Jan. 8. Photo by Jose Perez.

Jose Perez, Photo Editor

January 30, 2020

Sole possession of first place is at stake Friday as the boys soccer team (6-2-0) travels to Sunny Hills (6-2-2) in a Freeway League showdown at 3 p.m. The Lancers must win by 2 goals to secure first place. Despite their first place standing, the Indians have lost both games to Sonora (3-5-0), in...