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Rowan Scobie

Profile: Rowan Scobie

By Jude Paine November 13, 2023

Tamalpais High School junior Rowan Scobie announced her commitment to Northwestern University on Oct. 5. Throughout high school and the complex recruitment process, Scobie’s devotion to the sport and...

Gustafson shoots, Cal scores

November 4, 2023

Griffin Gustafson grew up playing soccer, from the minute he touched the field he dreamt of going pro. As he grew he began to play more competitively and develop a true love for the sport. Griffin’s...

Tam Hawks lacrosse teams finish strong

Tam Hawks lacrosse teams finish strong

By Zane Yarnold, Reporter June 12, 2023

The Tamalpais High School hawks' lacrosse program had an outstanding run this year, with both the boys' and girls' teams making it to the Marin County Athletic League (MCAL) finals. While the boys came...

Marre Gattner breaks 11 swim records

By Claire Lawson, Reporter June 9, 2023

This past swim season, Tam senior Marre Gattner has broken all 11 records at the Tam pool. Gattner broke his first records during his sophomore season, breaking all three relay records along with teammates...

Tam High boys’ baseball wins MCALs

By Zane Yarnold, Reporter June 8, 2023

Tamalpais High School competed against San Marin High School in the Marin County Athletic League (MCAL) championship, coming out victorious, with a final score of 8-4, on Friday, May 12.  The game...

Proof Lab hosts Cron Rocks surf competition

By Nathan Robinson, Reporter June 8, 2023

Proof Lab, a local surf shop, hosted the 2023 Cron Rocks Surf Competition at Rodeo Beach on Saturday, May 20. Conditions were less than ideal, with high winds creating choppy conditions, but competitors...

Trevor Islam: Player of the year

Trevor Islam: Player of the year

By Annie Shine March 7, 2023
Trevor Islam, senior varsity soccer captain, is currently ranked No. 1 in the Marin County Athletic League (MCAL) for the 21 goals he has scored this season, which is over double the amount of the No. 2 player. 
(Naomi Lenchner)

Early release leading to academic unsettlement for student athletes

By Kelsey Cook February 16, 2023
Tamalpais High School administration preaches academics over athletics. There are rules in place that students must maintain a certain GPA and attend a satisfactory amount of classes in order to participate in school sports, but students are consistently having to leave their fourth or seventh period early during their sports season, which undermines this idea. 
Kaiden Dossa taking a swing at a pitch

Kaiden Dossa Profile

By Griffin Gustafson September 29, 2022
After a travel packed couple of months, the skillful shortstop verbally committed on Aug. 23 to play Division I baseball at Yale University.
Tam Boys Lacrosse Wins it All

Tam Boys’ Lacrosse Wins it All

By Annie Shine June 7, 2022
The Tamalpais High School Varsity Boys Lacrosse team climbed the ladder throughout this 2022 spring season and finally took home their first North Coast Section (NCS) win in program history.
Courtesy of Madi Smith

Madi Smith Profile

By Alexander Schnedecker June 7, 2022
Junior Madi Smith of Tamalpais High School is an exceptional lacrosse player in the Bay Area.
(Courtesy of Yuna McCormack)

High Expectations

By Juliette Lunder April 21, 2022
Star Tam varsity soccer and U.S. Youth National Team player Yuna McCormack takes her next step in her soccer career as she verbally commits to the University of Virginia.
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