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Katerina Matta

Katerina Matta, Co-Sports Editor

Katerina Matta (11) is the co-sports editor for Harker Aquila and the Winged Post, and this is her third year on staff. This year, Katerina aims to expand sports features and diversify game coverage. In her free time, she enjoys playing beach volleyball and reading.

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The class of 2024 cheerleaders pose for a picture with their family members during halftime at the boys varsity basketball game on Feb. 2. The team increased its numbers from three to 15 cheerleaders this year.

Cheer team honors seniors

by Katerina Matta, Co-Sports Editor
February 15, 2024
Veyd Patil pushes during a cross-country race. He often dons unorthodox gear, like his pink sunglasses.

Apex: Chasing limits

by Katerina Matta, Co-Sports Editor
January 8, 2024
“I love losing. I love messing things up. I love failing. As cliche as it sounds, that is the fastest way for me to learn things, to get better at things. If you’re doing things wrong, and no one ever tells you, or you never lose, you think you’re doing everything right but you might not be, Adrian Liu (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Setting up success

by Katerina Matta, Co-Sports Editor
November 15, 2023
Illustration for the Puppy love piece in this installment of Life’s Tiny Treasures. I passed my day home sick, peering over the mass of fur at my laptop while Tobi slept contentedly with his new furnace.

Puppy love

by Katerina Matta, Assistant Features Editor
March 28, 2023
“The fun part of orchestra is being part of a community. Everyone’s really supportive, and everyone gets to know each other. We all get to make music together combining our individual talents,” Rylan Yang (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Personalizing the performance

by Katerina Matta, Asst. Features Editor
February 18, 2023
“I pride myself on sharing [our team’s] ideas and designs with other members of the robotics community. I could be sharing a design with someone, and then the next day we would have to go and compete against them. Its very important because it not only helps other people, but it also helps you learn by trying to explain your ideas to other people,” Nidhya Shivakumar (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Building robots, building futures

by Katerina Matta, Asst. Features Editor
February 10, 2023
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