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The real issue with monetizing college sports

The real issue with monetizing college sports

By Sophia Weinberg November 15, 2023

While college football fanatics argue over the chaotic dismantling of the Pacific 12 (Pac 12) conference, it is vital to recognize the larger implications.  Pac 12 is a collegiate athletic conference...

Profile: Malia Parsons

By Hillary Betz, Reporter November 8, 2023

With many different hobbies that Malia Parsons has participated in over the years, Parsons eventually limited her focus to volleyball, and now is committed to playing division three volleyball at Saint...

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...

(Courtesy of Adrien Van Doren)

Boys varsity volleyball wins the NorCal Invitational

By Lexa Lemberg April 20, 2022
“Tam Boys Volleyball is on the rise," coach Jason Souza said. "This pennant motivates us to continue our training and push ahead."
(Courtesy of Play Marin)

Play Marin: Bringing Sports To All

By JP Ballschmider January 28, 2022
The hollers of kids, thuds of basketballs, and screeches of shoes on the wooden court fill the Marin City gym thanks to Play Marin, a program that makes sports opportunities available to all.
(Courtesy of Marin Public Health Department)

Public Health announces new COVID-19 protocols for schools

By Lauren Felder January 27, 2022
Marin Counties Public Health official updated the public on school related changes to COVID-19 policies.
(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.
(Tenaya Tremp)

Title IX’s foul ball

By Luke Ferris and Samantha Nichols April 22, 2020
Title IX was meant to end gender imbalance in high school and college sports. But it also led to a lack of female coaches — a disparity that our community is no exception to.
(From left: Courtesy of Leslie Owen, Anne Elisco-Lemme, Grant Jarrett, and Jon Cronander)

Spring sports season canceled

By Jordan Cushner and Jessica Bukowski April 13, 2020
Spring sectional, regional, and state championship events have also been canceled as a result of the coronavirus.
Former girls and boys tennis coach Bill Washauer poses with the girls tennis team after a tournament victory last season. (Courtesy of Tenaya Tremp)

Tennis coach turmoil continues

By Logan Little March 15, 2020
Longtime girls' and boys' tennis coach Bill Washauer was dismissed without explanation in December. Now his replacement has abruptly left the position.
(Emily Stull)

Monster Jam

By Emily Stull March 14, 2020
A monster truck competition is the one sporting event I wouldn’t miss.
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