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John Scarsella Takes Over as Softball Coach

John Scarsella Takes Over as Softball Coach

By Calvin Rosevear and Calvin Rosevear March 3, 2016

John Scarsella, father of senior and varsity softball pitcher Jessie Scarsella, replaced former varsity softball head coach Erin Lawley this year. “This is the eighth year that I’ve had a daughter...

Intramural Sports at Lunch Start Up

Intramural Sports at Lunch Start Up

Physical Education teacher Erin Lawley has taken the lead in starting an intramural sports program on campus. The first intramural sports lunch took place on October 20. Erin Lawley encouraged all students...

Varsity Softball Loses to MC, Celebrates Seniors Day

Varsity Softball Loses to MC, Celebrates Seniors Day

May 26, 2015

The Tam varsity softball team lost 9-0 to Marin Catholic on May 13, the day that they celebrated their senior day. For two seniors on the team, Chloe Jacobs and Hannah Saltonstall, it was their last regular...

Sports Recap: Week of 5/4

Sports Recap: Week of 5/4

May 12, 2015

VARSITY SOFTBALL SUFFERS LOSS TO RIVAL REDWOOD The varsity softball team lost to Redwood 14-1 on May 4, bringing their MCAL league record to 5-5. Sophomore Kendall Lafranchi, sophomore Anna Reichenbach,...

Sports Update: April 28 Action

Sports Update: April 28 Action

By Calvin Rosevear and Calvin Rosevear April 29, 2015

GIRLS’ VARSITY LACROSSE SUFFERS LOSS TO UNIVERSITY The girls’ varsity lacrosse team lost to University High School 14-7 on April 28 in San Francisco. This brings their overall record to 2-11 and...

Tam Softball Battles San Marin

Tam Softball Battles San Marin

By Kira Goeking April 2, 2015

The varsity softball team (6-3) lost a game to the San Marin Mustangs (6-2) on Monday, March 23 with a score of 6-0.  Tam kept the game even at 0-0 until the top of the fourth inning. In the fourth,...

Balancing Academics and Athletics

Balancing Academics and Athletics

By Riley Kuffner October 3, 2013

  Athletics and academics play an important role in defining the student body, as over 50 percent of Tam students participate in a sport after school. Both take up a lot of time and, in students’...

New teachers Severin, Pender and Lawley bring their own philosophies to Tam

New teachers Severin, Pender and Lawley bring their own philosophies to Tam

By Sophie McGuinness November 2, 2011

Nate Severin PE Teacher Teaching Philosophy: “First and foremost is my relationship with my students. If I know who they are and what they like, then I can teach them better. When students know I...

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