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Winter and Spring sports collide

DANI MIKULICS/Feature Editor

“This time of the year is very busy with Winter sports coming to an end with finals and Spring sports heating up with tryouts and conditioning week,” Coach Gene Morris said.

Coach Gene Morris is typically known as the varsity soccer coach and now he also coaches girls softball.

He informed us that softball tryouts are ongoing all throughout the last week of Feb.

Tuesday Feb. 24, Varsity Boys soccer played against Torrey Pines and lost 7-1 putting their season to an end. Overall they had a great season and were ranked 3rd in the Palomar League Division.

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Mr. and Miss Titan


For the first time Poway high school is hosting a Mr. and Miss Titan talent show on Mach 20th, starting at 7 pm. Sign-ups have been all this week and end today Friday Feb.27. The event will be canceled if 10 students do not sign up by the end of today, and if no girls sign up the event will only be Mr. Titan as usual.

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Winter Musical “All Shook Up”

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IAN MENHER/Staff Writer

The choir department is starting this year off with the witty and upbeat musical, All Shook Up, which takes place in the Midwest during the 1950s. Featuring only songs from the King of Rock n’ Roll, Elvis Presley, the characters bring a lively mood to the stage.

Uproarious scenes are followed by the talented voices of the production’s cast which feature an Elvis-like bad boy, a friend-zoned geek, and a misunderstood girl mechanic, all looking to find their true love.

All Shook Up runs Feb. 6 and 7, then again Feb. 12 to 14.

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Choir Shines in the Spotlight


Throughout the month of February the choral groups are dedicated to the musical; All Shook Up that is running Feb.6 to 16. This coming month, March also is going to be full and exciting for them. They have a choral festival at California State University Fullerton from 12 noon to 7 p.m., March 13. On March 23 the Woman’s Ensemble, Die Lieders, and Beginning Choir groups are participating in the California Music Education Association Choral Festival in Poway. The following day, all four of the choral groups at Poway High School are putting on a Festival Concert held at the Poway Center for the Performing Arts at 7 p.m.

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Winter Spirit Week: Photo Gallery

During the week before Winter Break, Titans dressed up for spirit days that included pajamas, candy cane stripes, winter hats, and ugly sweaters.

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Special Olympics: Photos

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IAN MENHER/Staff Writer

In December Poway High hosted athletes from across the district.












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Winter Sports Starting Up!


It’s the start of the winter sports season at Poway High School. As we begin to welcome in both the holiday season and the New Year there are eight returning sports to look forward to at the same time, including Boys’ and Girls’ Soccer, Boys’ and Girls’ Basketball, Girls’ Water Polo, Wrestling, Roller Hockey and Rugby.

“Boys Soccer got a win yesterday up in La Jolla and Wrestling did a great job winning 73-0 against San Marcos,” Athletic Director Damian Gonzalez said. Boys’ Basketball and Girls’ Soccer play their first games on Dec. 3 while Girls’ Water Polo and Girls’ Basketball play theirs on Dec. 4.

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Fantasy Football

Jill Godfrey

Website Editor

Typically when we think of football we visualize a crowded stadium filled with screaming fans supporting their favorite team.  We think of high school football games and crazy student sections cheering for their school.  But rarely do we think of virtual football games where the stakes are just as high.

According to Poway High School Quarterback Coach Robert Sevier, “Fantasy Football has become and up and coming trend on the Poway high campus.”

Lately I have been walking around campus and rather than hearing kids rant about Charger results, they are deep into the results of their fantasy games.  Even kids that don’t play football have latched on the found fantasy trend,” Sevier explains.

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