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Muir Scores Four Long Yardage Touchdowns to Defeat Western
Sports

Muir Scores Four Long Yardage Touchdowns to Defeat Western

By Nathan Foster The Muir varsity football squad kicked off their 2019 season with a big win, defeating the CIF-SS Division 11 defending champion Western Pioneers 26-6 on Friday night.  Led by new coach Zaire Calvin, the Mustangs put the rest of the Pacific League on notice with a series of impressive big plays. The…

John Muir High School Celebrates Transition to Early College Magnet
Education

John Muir High School Celebrates Transition to Early College Magnet

Opening of remodeled auditorium and student cafeteria   Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) officials will reveal exciting changes to programming and facilities at John Muir High School Early College Magnet during its Grand Reopening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at the newly remodeled Rufus Mead Auditorium on Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019, at 5 p.m. Back to School Night…

Pasadenans Enjoy More Than Breakfast at First District Pancake Block Party
Community

Pasadenans Enjoy More Than Breakfast at First District Pancake Block Party

By Alex Cordero  The annual First District Community Meeting and Pancake Breakfast Block Party brought many local residents together with government officials on a perfect summer morning at Brookside Golf Course in Pasadena for breakfast and to learn about local resources available to the community. Local residents were enjoyed a delicious complete pancake breakfast outside…

Keeya Dixon is Muir’s Basketball Star, After a Delayed Start
Sports

Keeya Dixon is Muir’s Basketball Star, After a Delayed Start

By Nathan Foster Muir senior Keeya Dixon loves to play basketball. However, unlike most high school players, her first time really playing the game was in high school. While most young athletes tend to stick to a single sport, Dixon switched from soccer to basketball her freshman year at Muir. “I played soccer for eight…

Amaris Harrison is Changing the Baseball Culture at Muir
Sports

Amaris Harrison is Changing the Baseball Culture at Muir

By Nathan Foster There’s something magical about the number 37 for Amaris Harrison. The senior second baseman for Muir’s varsity baseball squad led the team with 37 hits, 37 runs and 37 stolen bases last season. Harrison led Muir to an 18-8 record last year and helped the school end a 30 year playoff drought….

Pasadena Squads on Full Display at Rose City Classic Tournament
Sports

Pasadena Squads on Full Display at Rose City Classic Tournament

By Aaron Valdez Four Pasadena-based schools, including Pasadena, Muir, La Salle and hosts Maranatha, hit the hardwood on Tuesday to tip off the 17th Annual Rose City Roundball Classic. The Southern California renowned tournament is a six-day expedition in which 16 teams duke it out for the title in a double-elimination bracket. Half of the…

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