Kate Marcotullio decided to run cross country last year as a freshman to stay in shape for soccer, the sport she has played since she was 5 or 6 years old. Her expectations were rather muted, as the Oakwood sophomore had never—and still doesn’t—think...
Kate Marcotullio decided to run cross country last year as a freshman to stay in shape for soccer, the sport she has played since she was 5 or 6 years old. Her expectations were rather muted, as the Oakwood sophomore had never-and still doesn't-think...
What the Oakwood High swimming and track and field teams lack in facilities and numbers, they make up for with hard work and talent. One has to look no further than sophomore Annie Rickard, who is one of just two—yes, two—athletes that make up the swim team (freshman Brendon Tompkins is the other).
There’s a reason they play these games. On paper, there was really no reason for the host Oakwood High girls basketball team to beat Redding’s Shasta High Tuesday. After all, Shasta is bigger, better, and more experienced in the tough Central Coast Section playoffs. And that’s why they don’t leave the results to stats alone; because on paper, heart doesn’t show up as a stat.
For the longest time, the Oakwood High boys basketball team could walk into a gym against a league foe and know it was going to win, even if it had an off game. That is no longer the case, as the Hawks are in their first season playing in the competitive Mission Trail League.
A trio of Oakwood School students were given high praise for their prowess in the field of science at the 2017 Synopsys Silicon Valley Science and Technology Championship. They will now bring their projects to be judged at the California State Science Fair.
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