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On Martin Luther King Jr. Day each year, Masters students run workshops to explore different core concepts and ideas surrounding the years designated theme.
Student-led MLK day workshops highlight importance of student involvement
Ella Liu, Contributing Writer • February 23, 2024

Student-run workshops led on Martin Luther King Jr. Day each year have been an essential educational experience for students, with each workshop...

Girls varsity basketball team shows resilience in tight battle with Sacred Heart

January 8th. Masters Girls Varsity Basketball team hosted Sacred Heart as their first pack the den of the season. The intense game ended with Sacred Heart winning. Despite this hard loss, each athlete played their hardest, demonstrating all the hard work they put into the season.  

Coach Alvarez commended the team’s work, stating, “The team is terrific. We just played the best team and they just did a really good job.”With only 7 athletes dressed for the game playing against Sacred Heart who had 13 players, the odds were stacked against them. Masters had strong defense and fought for every possiestion. 

Sophomore, Ada Delaquintana had an amazing performance making the first shot of the game, a 3-pointer. She was dedicated to fighting for the ball and her team overall, contributing 14 points to the game. 

 Freshman, Gala Garcia had an incredible performance as well, with tenacious defense and impressive fast-break layups. She said,“I think as a team it was good, and we are improving a lot since the beginning of the season and I’m proud of the team’s work”. 

Not just one player stood out in this collective team effort, Coach Alvarez said “Every single kid played the whole game and that is not easy to do, against hard competition and stay focused.”

With the crowds outstanding spirit, shouting “defense”, the team put in a sizable amount of effort. While Sacred Heart ended being on top, the competition exhibited the collective effort put into the season.

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