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Carlmont softball defeats Mountain View

Carlmont softball defeats Mountain View

Nour Zabaneh, Staff Writer
March 9
Filed under Sports

There might be a new coach this season, but the Lady Scots are back with a championship in mind. On March 7, Carlmont varsity softball shut out Mountain View High School 8-0, maintaining their undefeated record. With strong leadership from first-year coach Marco Giuliacci, the Lady Scots have been a h...

Publicity Commission informs student body

Publicity Commission informs student body

Izzy Lunderman, Staff Writer
March 1
Filed under Campus

While roaming through Carlmont's hallways, students notice vibrant posters adorned on lockers and walls publicizing sports events and other activities. The posters depict hand-drawn images of events such as the upcoming UNO tournament in March, a Just Dance tournament in the quad, school sports games,...

The Scots tie Wildcats in away match

The Scots tie Wildcats in away match

Nour Zabaneh, Staff Writer
February 16
Filed under Sports

Carlmont pushed through one more game overcoming many injuries and fatigue from their long season. On Feb. 15, the boys varsity soccer tied 0-0 away against Woodside High School. “The boys played well with all things considered. We are very knackered because there has been a lot of footba...

The road to a future of equality

The road to a future of equality

Izzy Lunderman, Staff Writer
February 8
Filed under Campus

Gender equality week, coming up in March, was created in hopes of spreading equality throughout campus. The week was created by the human resources commission of ASB and is devoted to making all genders feel they are accepted in society and to encourage people to eliminate negative stereotypes of...

JV boys soccer defeated by Aragon Dons

JV boys soccer defeated by Aragon Dons

Adrian Cunningham, Staff Writer
February 4
Filed under Sports

Apparently, the third time is not the charm. The JV boys soccer team learned this lesson the hard way after a disappointing 5-1 loss to the Aragon Dons. The loss on Feb. 3 was hardly the way to finish off the week, after losing their previous two games: Monday against Sequoia, and Wednesday against...

Varsity volleyball defeats the Cowboys in the first round of CCS

Varsity volleyball defeats the Cowboys in the first round of CCS

Nour Zabaneh, Staff Writer
November 7
Filed under Sports

With tensions high, the stands filled with anxious parents and Screaming Scots, Carlmont girls varsity volleyball began their first match of Central Coast Section (CCS) championships. On Nov. 5, Carlmont drafted Salinas High in the first round of CCS, moving on to face another game. After a four-set ...

Terremere trophy stays with Sequoia for another year

Terremere trophy stays with Sequoia for another year

Izzy Mitchell, Staff Writer
November 6
Filed under Sports

Another game, another loss. In the last football game of the year, the Scots lost 50-13 on Nov. 4 against the Sequoia Cherokees. However, this game was not one-sided. Carlmont set the tone of the game with a defensive stop. Followed by a 65-yard touchdown run by junior Devon Sagon on the ensuing...

Carlmont blood drive draws in many brave volunteers

Carlmont blood drive draws in many brave volunteers

Estella Lippi, ScotCenter Editor-in-Chief
October 29
Filed under ScotCenter

Estella Lippi reports on the fall blood drive.

Carlmont leaves the Bears’ court with a loss

Carlmont leaves the Bears’ court with a loss

Mackenzie O'Connell, Staff Writer
October 15
Filed under Sports

The first point of the game predicted the rest of the night as the Lady Scots fell to the floor in attempts to beat the number one team in the league. On Oct. 13 the varsity volleyball team lost all three straight sets to the Menlo-Atherton Bears. Though the Scots fought hard during the first set t...

Carlmont spirit becomes infectious

Carlmont spirit becomes infectious

Jill Albertson, Staff Writer
October 14
Filed under Campus

Twenty-four dead; only two survived. The Zombie Apocalypse took over Carlmont on the night of Oct. 12 in an attempt to raise spirit for the annual homecoming week. This year's theme for the homecoming assembly was centered around zombies, which lead to the creation of the student Zombie Apocalypse...

Carlmont reacts to the first presidential debate

Carlmont reacts to the first presidential debate

Lily Bakour, Segment Producer
October 4
Filed under ScotCenter

Lily Bakour reports on the first presidential debate of 2016, featuring Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Colleges visit Carlmont students for the semester

Colleges visit Carlmont students for the semester

Adriana Ramirez, Segment Producer
October 4
Filed under ScotCenter

Adriana Ramirez reports on college visits, what they are, and how students react to them.

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