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Original post made on May 18, 2008


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Posted by Karen
a resident of Palo Alto High School
on May 18, 2008 at 11:27 am

I've often wondered which high school sports get included in the prep roundup, probably because my sport has never been. In truth, badminton is covered by the prep roundup, but results seem to always be from the PAL league, which covers local private schools, but not the public ones.

It's easier to find the scores of Paly and Gunn badminton players in the San Mateo Weekly than it is in the Palo Alto Weekly, which I find particularly discomforting this week as Gunn sends at least one team to CCS in every event and Paly sends its first player to CCS in 4 years. Also, the Palo Alto high school joint-hosted SCVALS, so the results were clearly local. Perhaps this paper should consider printing CCS badminton results, and following SCVAL badminton results next spring.

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