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Scots JV football holds the line

Scots JV football holds the line

October 27, 2012

Carlmont's junior varsity football team defeated the Hillsdale High School Knights 16-14 in the Scots' last home game of the season. The Scots were behind 13-14 in the third quarter, but a very lucky field goal that hit the bottom of the uprights, made by kicker Aaron Albaum, clinched the victory....

Varsity Football vs. Mills

Varsity Football vs. Mills

October 15, 2012

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JV Football vs. Mills

JV Football vs. Mills

October 14, 2012

Junior varsity football takes decisive victory

Junior varsity football takes decisive victory

October 13, 2012

Carlmont’s junior varsity football team shut out the Mills High School Vikings 45-0. The Scots scored six touchdowns and two safeties. “(It was a) great game... we really played hard this week. We played the way we practiced,” said JV head coach Rene George. Carlmont had a very successful...

JV football looking to bounce back

JV football looking to bounce back

September 29, 2012

Carlmont's junior varsity football team had a disappointing game against the Woodside Wildcats, losing 19-0. "Our guys played tough... but Woodside played a little bit better," said JV head coach Rene George. The Scots are now 2-2 after their second consecutive loss. Their first Peninsula Athletic...

Frosh-Soph football

Frosh-Soph football

September 27, 2012

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Students enjoy football game despite loss

Students enjoy football game despite loss

Dominic Gialdini, Highlander Editor

September 22, 2012

Although Carlmont varsity football's 14-35  loss to Aragon in the first home game on the new turf field and under the lights disappointed hundreds of Scots, it did not prevent them from enjoying and partaking in the festive night. At the game on Sept. 21, an enthusiastic crowd cheered for Carlmont's var...

Varsity football hit with reality check

Varsity football hit with reality check

Daniel Wang, Staff Writer

September 15, 2012

After ending the previous season with a last-second win against Sequoia and a dominant 33-0 win against the King’s Academy, the Carlmont Varsity Football team ended its streak with a 26-6 loss against Gunn High School. "The players watch two and a half hours of film a week and they look for ways...

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