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Varsity football falls to Redwood on home turf

By Alyssa Broad April 6, 2021
The Hawks faced off against their Redwood rivals and lost by only three points.
(Emily Stull)


By Emily Stull February 7, 2021
58 percent of students seventh through twelfth grade experience sexual assault or harassment. High schoolers nationwide have taken matters into their own hands, establishing student-led task forces and outlets for victims to anonymously share their stories.
(Emily Stull)

Tam Athletics adjust to NCS and Marin County health guidelines

By Amelia Sandgren September 24, 2020
NCS released the schedule for 2020-2021 athletic seasons in July absorbing all winter sports into the fall and spring seasons.
“Our hockey team is coming together and really sorting out playing as a team to score goals (9 against Drake last week) and play some great defense.  While we have six new players on the team, I think we will hold our opponents to less scoring against us and perhaps win a few more games!” —Michelle Perrin

(Photo: Claire Conger)

Gallery: Fall sports preview

By Kara Kneafsey, Claire Conger, and Tenaya Tremp September 18, 2019
Volleyball, field hockey, tennis, water polo, football, and golf coaches on the ongoing seasons.
Winter rally postponed until January

Winter rally postponed until January

By Stevi Dunn December 16, 2018

The winter rally scheduled for Friday, December 7 was rescheduled by leadership and Tam administration for January 18. The change of date for the event was ultimately due to scheduling and organizational...

Tackling Gender Norms

Tackling Gender Norms

By Skye Schoenhoeft September 20, 2018

Senior Jackie Hernandez is breaking barriers as the first female Tam football player in the school’s recent history. This is Jackie’s first year on the football team, as well as the first sport she...

Where is Friday Night Lights?

Where is Friday Night Lights?

By Camille Howard December 18, 2017

My old high school, Petaluma’s Casa Grande, is nowhere near as beautiful as Tam’s campus or as excellent as Tam’s academics. However, the one thing the Gauchos excel at is football. Gatorade even...

Big Limpin

Big Limpin’

By Jack Loder September 23, 2017

Senior lineman Tristan Mitchell lay sprawled on the couch in his downtown Mill Valley home on an unusually hot September Friday afternoon. The heat was especially bothersome for the physically imposing...

Athlete of the Issue: Sam Carlson

Athlete of the Issue: Sam Carlson

By Megan Butt and Connor Dargan September 22, 2017

Once junior Sam Carlson steps out onto the football field, he’s in the zone.  No matter the situation, he stays disciplined and poised to blow through the opposition’s offensive line.  As soon as...

Junior Jackson Moore, the varsity quarterback.

When Life Gives You LemMons

By Jack Loder August 31, 2017

First year head Coach Matthew LemMon wasted no time making one thing clear, standing outside the Varsity football team’s weekly film session Monday afternoon. This year’s helmeted Hawks are going to...

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