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Boys varsity basketball knocks Hillsdale Knights off their steeds

Boys varsity basketball knocks Hillsdale Knights off their steeds

Sean Vanderaa, Staff Writer

December 10, 2018


Filed under Sports, Top News

The Hillsdale Knights charged into battle on Thursday night hoping to defeat Carlmont boys varsity basketball, only to be defeated 60-42 in a non-league joust. Hillsdale took the first lead of the game, scoring a 3-pointer on their first possession. The Carlmont Scots,  however, immediately rallie...

ScotSkim: at the top

ScotSkim: at the top

Mandy Hitchcock, Staff Writer

November 26, 2018


Filed under News, ScotSkim - quick news briefs

Email controversy erupts once again with Ivanka Trump’s use of a private account Hundreds of government business emails were sent out last year through a personal email account, unbeknownst to the public and Trump administration, by none other than the First Daughter. Since The Washington Post rep...

Girls’ varsity lacrosse defeated by Sequoia in a close game

Girls’ varsity lacrosse defeated by Sequoia in a close game

Brian Olivares, Staff Writer

March 8, 2018


Filed under Sports

The girls' varsity lacrosse team was narrowly defeated by Sequoia, 11-10, on March 7. The game started off with Sequoia in possession of the ball, which then led to Sequoia scoring twice within the first six minutes. After this period, the Scots scored their first point of the game. Sequoia responded...

Boys’ varsity soccer comes out on top against Aragon, 3-1

Boys’ varsity soccer comes out on top against Aragon, 3-1

Brian Olivares, Staff Writer

January 31, 2018


Filed under Sports

Aragon was defeated by the Carlmont boys' soccer team after Carlmont's big comeback in the second half. The game started off with Carlmont in possession of the ball. From there, it was a cycle of both teams attacking one another's goals. This back and forth was how the game went until Aragon scored th...

Math contest competition intensifies for top scorers

Math contest competition intensifies for top scorers

Ben Balster, Staff Writer

March 4, 2017


Filed under Campus

Every other Tuesday at the start of lunch, students make a mad dash towards the math classrooms as they scramble to find a seat for the biweekly contests. As extra credit points are awarded for each correct answer, the classrooms quickly fill to their max within the first few minutes of lunch. Patrick...

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