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Little Big Game Issue Friday, November 15, 2013

1 Mangini Way, Burlingame, CA 94010

Issue 2 Vol. 88 PHOTO BY: LUCY MCGARR

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Panthers win PAL Ocean title By Bryan Anderson EDITOR-IN-CHIEF  $WUHPHQGRXVHIIRUWIURPWKHĂ€UVWVWULQJ defense along with senior running back Robby Baumgarten’s three touchdowns on Senior Night against the Woodside Wild FDWV RYHUDOOOHDJXH OHGWKH%XUO LQJDPH+LJK6FKRRO3DQWKHUV  WR do something that they haven’t done since 2002: win their division. “[It was our] best game of the year,â€? BHS head coach John Philipopoulos said. “All the credit goes to the kids.â€? Although the Panthers are thrilled to be undefeated, they remain focused as they prepare for the Little Big Game. “We know San Mateo’s going to be ready to go next week, but so will we,â€? Philipopoulos said.

If any team knows about what it means to win, it’s Burlingame. Throughout the season, the Panthers haven’t simply de feated their opponents, they’ve destroyed them. In the nine games played this season, WKHÀUVWGHIHQVHKDVDOORZHGDQDYHUDJHRI less than three points per game. In seven of these matchups, they haven’t allowed a single point. While the squad limits their opponents’ scoring chances, they capitalize on their own. They have outscored their competi WRUV What is the key to the Panthers’ suc cess? Effort. Although some may critique Burlingame for being in a weaker division, there is no such thing as an easy opponent.

Since February of this year, the squad KDVWUDLQHGKDUGRQWKHĂ€HOGLQWKHZHLJKW URRPDQGLQWKHĂ€OPURRPWRJHWWRZKHUH they are today.  ´:H DUHFRQĂ€GHQWDQGWUXVWHDFKRWKHU which allows us to be more free,â€? senior linebacker Sam Buckingham said. “We carry out our assignments and do our KRPHZRUNLQWKHĂ€OPURRPVRZHDUHSUH pared for the game.â€? What the Panthers lack in size, they make up for in heart and motivation. “We aren’t cocky and we don’t talk much about other teams,â€? senior running back Manase Palu said. “We just get things done.â€? Burlingame will look to continue mak

ing history by proving people wrong and defeating San Mateo. However, the Bearcats are not a team to be underestimated. Although he isn’t fully healthy, San Mateo running back Line Latu could be a big factor in the game if the coach gives him the nod to start. Despite missing some games due to injury, he has rushed for over 500 yards. Nevertheless, the Panthers are still the favorites to win.  :LWK D WRSQRWFK Ă€UVWVWULQJ GHIHQVH and brilliant senior running backs like Baumgarten and Palu, the team will look to retain the coveted “Pawâ€? and earn its 51st LBG win.

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Ready? OKAY. The Burlingame High School cheerleaders have been working hard preparing for this year’s Little Big Game. The squad will be performing to some “totally awesome songs,â€? according to JV cheerleader Lexi Monych. The cheer squad’s Little Big Game routine will be Ă€OOHGZLWK WRSVHFUHW VRQJVWKDWDUHVXUH to get the crowd excited. If you want to Ă€QGRXWH[DFWO\ZKDWWKHVRQJVDUH\RX¡OO have to go to the Little Big Game. “Every year, the varsity and JV cheer squads get together and we work on this performance,â€? senior varsity cheerleader -XOLDQQD %HQĂ€FD VDLG ´,W UHDOO\ KHOSV XV bond, and we all work extra hard.â€? They have been working especially hard on stunts. Stunts are “the best part of FKHHUÂľDFFRUGLQJWR0RQ\FK$OOWKHĂ LSV

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Cheerleaders prepare for LBG

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“It is mainly how we get our informa tion out to the public about upcoming events such as the Little Big Game and concerts,â€? Burdick said. The fundraising primarily consists of WKHEDNHVDOHDORQJZLWKDUDIĂ H7KHFRQ tributions added up to around $10,000, which will help fund instruments, events and other expenses of the music programs.  7KH HYHQW LV VHHQ E\ PDQ\ DV D NLFN start to the busy winter season for the band. $ORQJZLWKWKH3OD\$7KRQWKH/LWWOH%LJ Game halftime show and Winter Concert are possibly two of the biggest perfor mances of the year. This year’s LBG halftime show will be featuring a Beatles theme. “It’s a really fun song with lots of en ergy that I believe everyone will enjoy,â€? Burdick said.


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Meets: Tues, A106 Inspires students through the teaching of poetry

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Arts Are Us

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Beatboxing Club B.I.T. Computer Club Best Friends Club Burlingame Surf Club Cinema Appreciation Club Dead Poets Society Drama Club Fantasy Sports Club Film Club Genre Club Google Science Club

Cinema Appreciation Club MUN: senior Shaan Franchi

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Model United Nations

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Holiday Club

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Poetry Club

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Academic Chess Club

Fantasy Sports Club

Knowledge Masters Math Olympiad Club Model United Nations Poetry Club

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Knowledge Masters

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Toasty Tuesdays

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were ties. In the unusual event of a tie, in the past, the Paw would go to the school who won the previous year for one semester, and then it would be given to the other school for the second semester. However, now there is a â&#x20AC;&#x153;no tieâ&#x20AC;? rule, so one school will always win.  6LQFHWKHĂ&#x20AC;UVW/LWWOH%LJ*DPH%+6KDV had 12 different coaches. The current coach of the varsity football team is Coach John Philipopoulos. Although the team plays in action-packed weekly games and prestigious championships, the LBG is still the most exciting football event of the year.

Forward ever be our watch-â&#x20AC;? ward Conquer and prevail Hail to thee our alma mater Burlingame all hail

Football Captains

Evan Struck

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Evan Struck

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Keone Keahi

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Robby Baumgarten By Lucy McGarr and Elizabeth Daskalakis SENIOR REPORTERS

 7KHĂ&#x20AC;UVW´/LWWOH%LJ*DPHÂľZDVSOD\HGLQ 1927 at Burlingame High School. Since then, the game has gone on to become the biggest sports rivalry in all of San Mateo county. The rivalry was originally formed when San Mateo High School had too many students and the district founded a school named San Mateo High School, Burlingame Branch. This school was our very own Burlingame High School, which became completely separate from SMHS in 1927.  $WWKHĂ&#x20AC;UVWJDPHWKH3DQWKHUVSOD\HGLQ front of 9,000 fans. Since then, we have won the Paw 50 times, and this year we intend to make that 51. The San Mateo Bearcats have won the Paw 31 times, and the remaining 4 games

BHS Alma Mater On our cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s western foothill reared against the sky Proudly stands our alma ma-â&#x20AC;? ter as the years go by

Line Latu

Cristian Zarco

Jason Gonzalez

With the Bearcat offense rushing for about 200 yards a game, the Panthers will need to remain dominant on defense. Despite being out for several weeks with a collarbone injury, junior Line Latu has been a major asset to the offense and currently leads the squad in yards, carries and yards per carry. Although limiting San Mateoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s running game

Every PAL coach will tell you Burlingameâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s running game is the toughest to stop. However, the Panthersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; big-play potential in their passing game has also played a large part in the offense. Burlingame senior wide receiver Liam Martinez has recorded three touchdowns and 104 yards receiving in the season, which is remarkable considering the

With the Bearcat offense rushing for about 200 yards a game, the Panthers will need to remain dominant on defense. Despite being out for several weeks with a collarbone injury, junior Line Latu has been a major asset to the offense and currently leads the squad in yards, carries and yards per carry. Although limiting San Mateoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s running game will be

will be a challenge, the Panthers should be XSWRLW6HQLRU1LFN5HGĂ&#x20AC;HOGDSSHDUVWR be in good shape to rise up to the challenge since he has over a dozen solo tackles. In WKHĂ&#x20AC;UVWHLJKWJDPHVRIWKHVHDVRQ5HGĂ&#x20AC;HOG DQGWKHĂ&#x20AC;UVWVWULQJGHIHQVHKHOGWKHLURSponents to a total of 17 points.

amount of times Burlingame passes the ball. Lining up across from him will be Cristian Zarco, who at 6-feet-tall is a large defensive back who can shut down any wide receiver. Zarco leads a very physical pass defense which has been effective at both stopping the pass and run.

a challenge, the Panthers should be up to it. 6HQLRU1LFN5HGĂ&#x20AC;HOGDSSHDUVWREHLQJRRG shape to rise up to the challenge since he has RYHU D GR]HQ VROR WDFNOHV ,Q WKH Ă&#x20AC;UVW HLJKW JDPHVRIWKHVHDVRQ5HGĂ&#x20AC;HOGDQGWKHĂ&#x20AC;UVW string defense held their opponents to a total of 17 points.

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SMHS and BHS football player match-ups

40 yard Dash: 4.65 sec Bench Press: 185 lbs

Weight: 150 lbs

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Robby Baumgarten

40 yard Dash: 4.56 sec Bench Press: 225 lbs

Position: Running Back

Weight: 185 lbs

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Fight! Fight! Fight! Carry the Banner High Boys! Carry It On to Fame! Come On and Cheer for the Gallant Panthers Fighting for Burlingame! B-â&#x20AC;?H-â&#x20AC;?S Fight!

Throughout the game, keep an eye out for the Panther Pit, which will be next to the Burlingame High School band. The Panther Pit creates different chants and cheers for the crowd to yell, stomp their feet and clap their hands to. The goal is to have everyone on their feet, cheering for the team until they have lost their voices. Also, during halftime, watch BHSâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cheer squad perform a routine that they have been working on since the beginning of the school year and the BHS band perform their musical routine. Before the game, the BHS band will walk from BHS to SMHS while playing music. If you have never walked with the band, it is one of the best ways to come to the game full of spirit and energy. Remember, the SMHS parking lot will SUREDEO\Ă&#x20AC;OOXSYHU\TXLFNO\VRLI\RXZDQWD space, be sure to be at the game around 10:30 a.m. If you want seats where you can have a FOHDU YLHZ RI WKH Ă&#x20AC;HOG PDNH VXUH WR DUULYH around 10:45 a.m. Letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s show those Bearcats what weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re made of!

When it comes to game day... History of the Little Big Game By Lucy McGarr and Elizabeth Daskalakis SENIOR REPORTERS â&#x20AC;&#x153;Cheer for the gallant Panthers, cheer for the red and white.â&#x20AC;? The Little Big Game will take place Saturday, Nov. 16 at 11 a.m. at San Mateo High School. You are all probably wondering what to bring, wear and do at the game. The football team is counting on their fellow Panthers to cheer and show their support IRUWKHPE\Ă&#x20AC;OOLQJWKHEOHDFKHUVDW6DQ0Dteo High School. Be sure to show your school spirit by wearing red and white. There are lots of t-shirts, sweatshirts, hats, headbands and other merchandise available at the Student Store, which will be open at the game. Keep in mind that this is the biggest football game of the entire season, so go big or go home. During the game, make sure you pay a visit to the snack shack for food and drinks. The shack will be selling burgers, hot dogs, candy, popcorn and other food to make sure you have enough energy to cheer for the team.

BHS Fight Song Cheer for the Gallant Pan-â&#x20AC;? thers! Cheer for the Red and White! Come On and Cheer for the Staunch and Sturdy! Fighting With All Their Might!


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