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Griffin Moore after winning the world championship for his division.

[10 QUESTIONS] Moore talks dedication and love of equestrian saddleseat

Zekiah Juliusson, RubicOnline May 12, 2021
Junior Griffin Moore talks about his love for riding and his accomplishments so far.
“My favorite songs on the playlist are Sunset by A-Sho and Lucky Rose, and Cold Ain’t for me by Oceans,” said freshman Henry Choi.

[SPORTS SPOTIFY] Boys Varsity Tennis ‘aces’ playlist

Tommy Verhey, RubicOnline May 12, 2021
The boys tennis team has used their Spotify playlist to get hyped up before their games, leading the team to a 5-2 record halfway through the season.
Sophomore Solvej Eversoll goes up for a block during a club volleyball game. “Over the summer I plan to help out more at more of the fifth-grade clinics and there may be a camp that SPA is running and if so I hope to volunteer,” she said.

[COMMUNITY SERVICE SPOTLIGHT] Eversoll follows volleyball passion through volunteering

Ivy Raya, RubicOnline May 9, 2021
Sophomore Solvej Eversoll volunteered to coach volleyball this fall and is planning to continue this endeavor this summer to follow her passion of volleyball.
Hayden Graff and Wyatt Tait on the lake.

Sailing takes on wave of new members

Thomas Reinhart, Sports Editor May 7, 2021
Spartan Sailing's increased numbers bring excitement and opportunity to the team.
Senior Luka Shaker-Check jumping for the ball.

[PHOTO STORY] Boys varsity tennis wins 6-1 against Central

Lara Cayci, RubicOnline May 4, 2021
The Spartans won 6-1 overall as a team; they won all doubles matches and second, third, and fourth singles matches.
Sophomore Simon Assefa goes up for a contested layup. Even as the SPA basketball season ended before spring break, Assefa is currently playing with the Minnesota Hear through the The Amateur Athletic Union.

Assefa stays involved with basketball through Minnesota Heat team

Catherine Hooley, The Rubicon May 3, 2021
As the spring sports season has progressed, students in their off season have been looking for a way to stay active and involved in athletics. For sophomore Simon Assefa, that means finding a way to play basketball throughout the spring and summer seasons.
Junior Harry Mahmic hitting the ball back.

Boys Tennis falls 0-7 against rivals Blake

Zekiah Juliusson, RubicOnline May 3, 2021
Boys Tennis faced Blake on thursday where they suffered a tough 7-0 loss.
Insley Graupman lands her long jump.

[10 QUESTIONS] Graupman racks her love for Track and Field

Zekiah Juliusson, RubicOnline May 1, 2021
Junior Insley Graupman talks about her love for Track and Field and her goals for the season.
For years, Native Americans have been pushing for the Washington Football Team to change their name.

[SPORTS OPINION] Professional sports teams take advantage of indigenous peoples for profit

Lynn Reynolds, RubicOnline April 29, 2021
Professional sports teams have taken advantage of indigenous peoples for too long.
During practice, senior Jackson Biggs jumps to catch the frisbee midair.

Ultimate frisbee soars to new levels of success

Alexandra Cardwell, RubicOnline April 25, 2021
The ultimate frisbee team has grown due to its uniqueness, fun community, and emphasis on sportsmanship.
During their game, Sophomore Greta Magnuson prepares to take a pitch.

Spartan Softball falls 12-17 against Humboldt Hawks

Thomas Reinhart, RubicOnline April 24, 2021
Spartan Softball lost a hard fought game against the Humboldt Hawks on Friday, April 23.
Sophomore Ben Chen tries to get frisbee around junior Pah Na during practice.

Boys Ultimate wins first game against Roseville

Annika Rock, RubicOnline April 23, 2021
Boys Ultimate won their first game 14-4 against Roseville High School.
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