The Casa Revista

The Curveball of COVID-19: 2019-2020 Casa Grande Softball Season Cancelled

The Curveball of COVID-19: 2019-2020 Casa Grande Softball Season Cancelled

May 29, 2020

Because of the pandemic of Covid-19, people all around the world find themselves having to adapt, and...


How to Stay Active During Quarantine

April 28, 2020

With the increase of COVID-19 cases, millions of people have been left with no choice but to practice ...

Eggbowl 2019: In Photos

November 5, 2019

Golf Brief

Zoe Bell, Reporter; Reporter

November 5, 2019

While in the past our school’s golf team has been of modest size, this year the sport grew in popularity with many newcomers and returning players. Going from a meager team of two girls last year to 16 girls this year, the team created a new bond competing against all other high schools in the Vine Valley Athletic League. Th...

Tennis Brief

Mallak Ali, Reporter; Reporter

November 5, 2019

Despite the Casa Grande tennis teams shaky start in the 2019 season, they have improved greatly in the allotted time. Due to the sport’s immediate start, the team held tennis clinics -open to all - in the summer to aid the newcomers and support them in advancing their skills. Since then, many of the players from the summer j...

Money Ball: Sports Funding

Money Ball: Sports Funding

May 20, 2019

Each of the sports teams on campus is provided with the bare financial essentials. It's up to individual team fundraising and Boosters, a parent run nonprofit, to make up the balance.

Senior Zac Register throws the frisbee to a teammate for a drill during practice.

Ultimate Frisbee Team Travels to State Tournament

May 17, 2019

One of the school's most successful teams, with a record of 15-2 this year, is also one of the most u...

The Gaucho Gazette reports on spring sports, including swimming.

Spring Sports Update

April 8, 2019

Before spring’s official beginning on Mar. 20, our campus’ student athletes began practicing with their respective teams and competing in league matches. The arrival of the spring sports season brings another year of competition for nine total teams, comprised of both new and returning individuals, that represent eight different sports teams. Running from the season’s commencement in January to league championships in late May, the new season provides opportunities for athletes participating in girls lacrosse, boys lacrosse, boys tennis, boys golf, softball, and baseball. In addition to the continuation of our dynamic track program and a badminton program marked by recent success, swimming, the second most popular and second-largest co-ed sports team, has experienced growing popularity as of late.

Boxer Josmar Altamirano practices his skills at Nor-Cal Speed Boxing

Boxing’s Popularity Continues in Petaluma

March 7, 2019

Boxing isn’t just a sport for pros like Ali and Tyson; students in Petaluma box for fun, fitness, and fullfilment. Nor-Cal speed, a local gym, fosters the growth of both the mind and body.

The crowd hypes up the team during a time out.

Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner: Boys Basketball Defeats Petaluma

January 17, 2019

The boys basketball team defeated Petaluma High School in a cross-town rivalry game on Friday, Jan. 11.

Sports have been heavily stigmatized to belong to one gender or another over the history of American culture.

Rewriting Roles

December 10, 2018

Sports have been heavily stigmatized to belong to one gender or another over the history of American cu...

The Start of Something New

The Start of Something New

December 10, 2018

On Oct. 29, the most physical high school sport began itss 2018-2019 season. Wrestling started with ...

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