Monthly Archives: October 2021

New Kiki in town

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Gunn achieves quintile of CCS football supremacy

Gunn Titans under leadership of Jason Miller, head coach, and James Lambert, quarterback in the run-oriented Wing T offense, is 7-2 (after a 50-20 thrashing of Fremont Friday). Gunn is ranked #41 in the section by maxpreps statistical algorithm— which … Continue reading

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Davante, Keeshawn, Troy and now Jalen


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Gunn thumps Fremont 50-20 to earn CCS berth under coach Jason Miller

Film at 11 Although T.J. Takafua, 300 pounds got 103 yards on 15 carries, Gunn added people to its playoff bandwagon more than it got derailed by visiting Fremont. Gunn 50-20. I have to admit that although I was covering … Continue reading

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Ten most overpaid educators at Stanford, which itself is $40b endowment and does not pay taxes

Football coach David Shaw, $9m;Asset manager Robert Wallace, $4m;Heart surgeon Dr. Frank Hanley, $3.7m;Asset manager Greg Milani, $3.3m;Dr. Yi-Ping Woo, heart surgeon, $2.6m;Lloyd Minor, is he or is he not a doc, dean of meds, $2.4m – reminds me that … Continue reading

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Large, social media re-branding is largely cosmeta-ic

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Diunna Vs. Doudna

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Are Yordan Alvarez and Michael Brantley the modern equivalents of Bob Watson and Jimmy Winn?

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I have no f-in’ idea why I am getting emails offering to sell me a rifle, although it is true that I admire my Dartmouth schoolmate Glen Eberle who represented our country in the Sarajevo Olympics in biathlon, and Gunn alum recent athlete is a biathlete, the Heiden kid, Makesteel or something, the one with the heart condition — I mean Joanne Reid, Joanne Firesteel Reid

Hail, Joanne Reid, Gunn ’09 in the school’s alltime pantheon. edit to add: says here that Joanne Reid of Palo Alto and the US national team came in sixth place in the biathlon relay at the world championships this winter … Continue reading

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Mad bombers in the 650

There was a kid about halfway, chronologically, between John Paye and Heneghan who also put up huge numbers. But they were against very weak schedule, like Bay 6 not PAL — school of the deaf, and the like. He was … Continue reading

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