Avi Paulson

Avi Paulson is a student at the College Preparatory School. He lives in the Bay Area, and is an avid viewer of baseball. He plays various sports, and is a writer for At the Buzzer.

Sidney Crosby Celebrates His 1000th Game

Pittsburgh Penguins star forward, Sidney Crosby, played in his 1,000th game Saturday. He was drafted by the Penguins in 2005, and has played for them his entire career, winning 3 championships with them over his time (2009, 2016, 2017). During his career, the future Hall of Famer won the MVP twice (2007, 2014) and he is currently 3rd on the point leaderboard among active NHL players.

Super Bowl Streaker May Have Made Himself 300,000 Dollars

Streakers are common in sports. Many can remember the streaker that ran on the field during the 2017 World Series, or during the World Cup in 2019. Well now we can add Super Bowl LV to the list. A few minutes into the 4th quarter of a lopsided game, a man in a thong broke out of the stands, and ran down the middle of the field and into the endzone, before being tackled by security.

Kansas Jayhawks Slip Out of the AP Top 25

These rankings are then displayed next to teams names in standings, articles, and on television broadcasts. The Kansas Jayhawks men’s basketball team has been in the top 25 every single week for the past 12 years. Jayhawks star guard, Bryce Thompson, was 6 years old the last time the Jayhawks were not in the top 25.

Philadelphia Eagles Shock Sports World By Firing Head Coach, Doug Pederson

After a 4-11-1 season, the Philadelphia Eagles have decided to fire their head coach, Doug Pederson. Pederson had just finished his 5th season with the Eagles, and his performance had been slowly declining ever since leading the Eagles to a Super Bowl victory in 2017. However, instead on focusing on the sad news of his firing, this article, I want to go over some of his highlights with the Eagles.

Cleveland Star, Francisco Lindor, Traded to Mets

This Thursday, the New York Mets made their first big move of the offseason, trading with the Cleveland Indians for star shortstop, Francisco Lindor, and veteran pitcher, Carlos Carrasco. In return, the Mets gave the Indians infielders, Amed Rosario and Andres Gimenez, in addition to 2 prospects.