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HOMER: Dodgers slugger Max Muncy capped off a record-breaking first inning with a grand slam home run in Game 3 of the National League Championship Series.  The best-of-seven series is being played in front of about 10,000 in-person fans at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Tex.
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By Jack Metzger, Staff Writer • October 15, 2020
CANCELLED: Firehawk girls flag football players stretched before their 30-2 rout of the YULA Panthers Sept. 16 at the Glendale Sports Complex. All athletics at Shalhevet -- practices and games -- have been postponed indefinitely.
Remer: All school sports shut down to contain coronavirus
By Alex Rubel, Senior Editor • March 13, 2020
DRIVE: Junior Avi Halpert, who plays point guard for the Firehawks, dribbled to the basket against DRS March 24. The Firehawks lost the game 56-42.
In first Sarachek Tournament since 2019, Firehawks plunge in second game
By Noah Elad, Sports Editor • March 30, 2022

The Red Sarachek Basketball Tournament returned for the first time since 2019, but the Firehawks didn’t receive the outcome they were hoping for.  Shalhevet had reached...

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SWING: Above, Josh Harrison hits a game-ending single to left centerfield at the bottom of the seventh inning at East Valley Baseball Fields last Sunday
Walk-off single by Josh Harrison lifts Firehawks over Panthers 6-5
By Benjamin Gamson, News Editor • May 21, 2021

It was around 2 p.m. at the bottom of the seventh, and the Shalhevet Firehawk baseball team was down 5-4 against the YULA Panthers at the East Valley Baseball Fields in North Hollywood May 16.  Since it was...

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CHAMPIONS: The Dodgers celebrated winning the World Series Oct. 27 at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Tex.
CHAMPIONS! GAME 6: Dodger bats and relievers bring the series home
By Jack Metzger , Staff Writer • November 1, 2020

It took 32 long years. It took eight straight NL West division titles. It took three trips to the World Series in the past four years. But your Los Angeles Dodgers are now World Champions, with a 3-1 defeat of...

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Game 5: Clayton Kershaw continues his playoff dominance as the Dodgers win the game
Game 5: Clayton Kershaw continues his playoff dominance as the Dodgers win the game
By Jack Metzger, Staff Writer • October 31, 2020

The Los Angeles Dodgers started off strong with a run in the first and were able to keep doing so against Tyler Glasnow, the Tampa Bay Rays starter, until he was taken out of the game.  As the night rolled...

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SWING: Joc Pederson drills an RBI single in the bottom of the seventh to give Los Angeles the lead in the Dodgers-Rays back-and-forth Game 4 on Saturday.
Game 4: A game that can barely be described in words
By Jack Metzger, Staff Writer • October 31, 2020

Shock, agony and an actual racing heartbeat combined in a crazy ending to Game 4 that allowed the Tampa Bay Rays to tie up the series at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas Saturday night as the Rays and the...

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VICTORY: Super Bowl MVP wide receiver Cooper Kupp celebrated after the win with raining confetti behind him. He scored two touchdowns during the game.
Rams' Super Bowl victory a big step in winning over LA fans
By Noah Elad, Sports Editor • February 17, 2022

Both the Lakers and the Dodgers have won championships over the past few years, with both teams winning in 2020. The Rams have now added another ring to Los Angeles, winning the Super Bowl last Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals.  But there is a difference between the first two rings and the third. Both the Lakers and Dodgers have been in Los Angeles since the 1950s, and their fan bases are...

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DEFENSE: Firehawk players chased YULA’s kick returner after Asher Taxon’s kickoff.  The Sept. 13 game was played at Rancho Cienega Sports Complex in South Los Angeles.
Firehawk boys, girls flag football teams trounce YULA in first games since 2019
By Noah Elad, Sports Editor • October 13, 2021

Both boys and girls Shalhevet Firehawks flag football teams came out victorious against the YULA Panthers last month, the girls winning 14-7 and the boys 16-6. Senior Adam Hertzberg had publicized the Sept. 13 game through Schoology, resulting in approximately 40 Shalhevet students and 85 total fans attending the game at Rancho Cienega Sports Complex in South Los Angeles. “Last time we were...

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RUSH:   Firehawks quarterback Maital Hiller runs the ball as her teammates block the defenders in the Firehawk victory over YULA Sept. 16.
Hiller fills the scorecard as Firehawk girls dominate Panthers in flag football
By Alex Rubel, Senior Editor • October 6, 2019

Shalhevet's Girls Flag Football team walloped their rival YULA Panthers’ 30-2 led by Firehawk quarterback Maital Hiller’s five touchdowns and five interceptions. The game, played at the Glendale Sports Complex on Sept. 16, was the Firehawks season opener, and the first game played after a two-year-long hiatus due to scheduling difficulties. Coach Tommy Cannon, who is also the head coach...

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