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New ‘Call of Duty’ offers endless entertainment for gamers

By Adrian Maghanoy “Call Of Duty’s” newest installment “CoD WW2” is a comeback for the series since fans of the series were disappointed in the last few installments involving boots off the ground. “Call of Duty WW2” brings players back to the past with boots off the ground in more of

‘Jigsaw’ fits perfectly into ‘Saw’ franchise

By Max Cao “Jigsaw” is the eighth chapter in the “Saw” franchise following the Jigsaw killer’s games and giving all new thrills while staying with the roots of the old films. The movie is directed by Michael and Peter Spierig and was released on Oct. 27-- a few days before Halloween,

Coach Quick hits his stride with basketball team

By Sabrina Serna Cameron Quick, head coach of the men’s varsity basketball team, has been leading the men’s program for four years now. Previously he coached basketball at Piedmont High School. As a high school student, Quick played basketball throughout all four years at St. Joe's, playing on varsity by his sophomore

Lady Hornets optimistic about upcoming softball season

By Audrey Soo Hoo This year the Alameda High School softball team held an early meeting to discuss the upcoming season.  The team has already begun their workout regimen for returning or new softball players.   “We started open field last week and it’s going well.  It’s always nice to keep practicing