March 20: How I’m handling the abrupt end to my senior swim season in club and at Sunny Hills

By Megan Shin  /  March 21, 2020
LIVING UNDER THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS This is part of a series of columns from The Accolade staff about their various...
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March 19: Spring sports suspension, a trip to the hospital and what it’s like to be the subject of an OC Sports Zone story

By Andrew Ngo  /  March 21, 2020
LIVING UNDER THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS This is part of a series of columns from The Accolade staff about their various...
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Coronavirus threat-related school closure to May 4 leads to end of regular spring sports season; fate of CIF playoffs to be determined April 3

By Andrew Ngo  /  March 20, 2020
Upon Fullerton Joint Union High School District [FJUHSD] superintendent Scott Scambray’s decision to extend school closure until May 4, athletics...
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NBA cancellation during quarantine period leaves me devastated

By Rebecca Choi  /  March 19, 2020
“Emergency announcement from Fullerton Joint Union High School District: Starting Monday, March 16, schools will be closed. We will begin...
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No sports games to watch? Well, there’s still Lancer eSports

By Annie Bang  /  March 19, 2020
While the Fullerton Joint Union High School District has canceled or postponed spring sports until May 4, one “sports” activity...
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Coaches, athletes await CIF announcement March 17 or 18 on spring sports playoffs — possibly season as a whole — during state coronavirus threat

By Andrew Ngo  /  March 15, 2020
The March 17-18 CIF State annual spring meeting in Sacramento could shed light on the fate of the spring sports...
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Male athletes join forces with cheer to perform in March 13 assembly

By Andrew Ngo  /  March 9, 2020
The first time the boys entered the cheer room for practice on Feb. 18, head cheer coach Lizzy Mejia laid...
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Athletes in Motion arrives at Sunny Hills

By Kristima Aryal  /  March 6, 2020
For many athletes, off-season is the prime time to grow stronger and gain more agility. Although many athletic teams follow...
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Opener for Sunny Hills boys volleyball’s inaugural season soured by four-set, home loss to Crean Lutheran

By Andrew Ngo  /  February 26, 2020
Bright lights shine on the hardwood floor. Cheers echo around the gym. Fans stomp on the bleachers.  Suddenly, the ball...
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What’s the cheapest sport for SH students?

By Hannah Kim  /  February 19, 2020
This story is the first of a three-part series, with the second part "What are the most expensive sports at...
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78th minute goal pushes boys soccer into the second round of playoffs

By Gianne Veluz  /  February 14, 2020
Update: This story was updated Feb. 14 at 12:50 p.m. to change the next round from quarterfinals to second round....
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Sunny Hills League of Legends team makes history in capturing first season of CIF eSports league title

By Daniel Kong  /  February 9, 2020
After taking the crown and winning $2,500 last year in a national League of Legends tournament, the Sunny Hills League...
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All-CIF football player commits to Azusa Pacific after three successful seasons on varsity

By Andrew Hong  /  February 7, 2020
At 6 years old, he raked in five hours each per week playing basketball at the Boys & Girls Club...
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No. 19 girls basketball secures 2nd place in Freeway League after 56-37 win over Fullerton

By Elijah Jhee  /  February 7, 2020
Riding high on a four-game winning streak, the No. 19 Sunny Hills girls basketball team beat Fullerton High School 56-37...
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Sunny Hills boys basketball team beats Fullerton 72-65 to keep playoff hopes alive

By Andrew Ngo  /  February 5, 2020
Facing playoff elimination and a fifth straight loss, the Sunny Hills boys basketball team overcame a nine-point deficit in the...
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