The Tam News

Girls Varsity Basketball Beats Elsie Allen 72-3 for Second Season Win

Girls Varsity Basketball Beats Elsie Allen 72-3 for Second Season Win

By Kendall Lafranchi, Kendall Lafranchi, and Kendall Lafranchi

December 14, 2015

The girls varsity basketball team beat the Elsie Allen Mexican Wolves, 72-3, on December 1 for their second game of the season bringing their record to 2-0. The contest looked very promising from the start with the Hawks shutting out the Wolves 48-0 just in the first half. The Wolves single three-point b...

Boys Varsity Basketball Loses to Open Season

Boys Varsity Basketball Loses to Open Season

By Connor Norton and Connor Norton

December 14, 2015

The boys varsity basketball team faced off against NCS opponent Analy High school, losing 71-41 on November 28. Tam started strong and competitive against the Analy Tigers from Sebastopol; down only 11-12 at the end of the first quarter. The Tigers took control in the second quarter dropping 24 poi...

Tam Swimmers Commit to College

Tam Swimmers Commit to College

By James Finn & Hannah Chorley and James Finn & Hannah Chorley

November 27, 2015

MIKI DAHLKE Competing in a sport at the collegiate level is a dream for many high school athletes. Senior Miki Dahlke will begin to live that dream next fall when she commences her time at Harvard University as a Division I swimmer. Dahlke, who recently chose Harvard over UCLA and Northwestern Univers...

Lifestyles: Band Recording

Lifestyles: Band Recording

June 2, 2015

https://youtu.be/WK0yWp8tgZs On the week of May 18. every student enrolled in the music department recorded a CD with students from jazz band, symphonic orchestra, and chorus at Laughing Tiger studios.

Tam Boys’ Varsity Basketball Stays Undefeated at Home

Tam Boys’ Varsity Basketball Stays Undefeated at Home

By Caroline Frost

January 17, 2015

The boys’ varsity basketball team stole a 51-49 win against the Branson Bulls on January 13, when captain and senior Anthony Mazzini, scored in the last 30 seconds.  “To be honest I had no idea what was going on,” said Mazzini, who is also a Tam News reporter. “I was completely focused on t...

Girls’ Waterpolo Beats Redwood

Girls’ Waterpolo Beats Redwood

By Sammy Herdman

October 24, 2014

The girls’ varsity water polo team defeated Redwood 8-2 on October 9 at Tam. The team (3-2) played very consistently, scoring two goals each quarter. The goals were all scored by different players. Senior Olivia Forshan scored two goals in the first and fourth quarters. “We have been working on...

Full Game Broadcast: Boys’ Varsity Lacrosse Vs Terra Linda

Full Game Broadcast: Boys’ Varsity Lacrosse Vs Terra Linda

By TBN

May 13, 2014

Boys' varsity lacrosse faced off against Terra Linda on May 1, senior day. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=El45gXB0u2g

Full Game: Varsity Baseball vs Drake

Full Game: Varsity Baseball vs Drake

By TBN

May 13, 2014

The Hawks faced off against a difficult Drake squad on May 6, senior day. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNR7gY-DEl0

Broadcast: Boys’ Varsity Basketball vs Drake

Broadcast: Boys’ Varsity Basketball vs Drake

By Riley Kuffner

January 16, 2014

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTeLwAzOzkM Full game broadcast: Varsity boys' basketball faced off against the Drake Pirates in a classic division rivalry. Drake pulled out the win with a dominating fourth quarter.

Tam Students Advance to National Merit Scholar Semi-Finalist List

Tam Students Advance to National Merit Scholar Semi-Finalist List

By Sarah Asch

November 21, 2013

Five Tam students are National Merit Scholar Semi-Finalists this year. Seniors August Kiles, Reed Sawyers, Grace Lightner, Aubrey Dority, and Tam News reporter Haydn Wall received the honor. In order to qualify, students must meet specific requirements. According to the National Merit Scholarship...

Model U.N. Comes to Tam

Model U.N. Comes to Tam

By Jordan Blackburn

November 17, 2013

The first official meeting of Tam’s Model United Nations (MUN) club took place in social studies teacher Luc Chamberlin’s room in Lower Keyser Hall on October 23. Junior Elli Goldberg founded the club after realizing that Tam had no Model United Nations program already in place. “I started the...

Brief: Safeway Limits Parking for Students

Brief: Safeway Limits Parking for Students

By Austin Peck

November 13, 2013

Many students have grown accustomed to parking in the Safeway lot, but new enforcement policies have made these spots less than ideal. Starting in October, Safeway officials began a crackdown on students’ cars parked in excess of two hours. Signs have been affixed around the lot warning drivers that...