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Boys soccer remains unstoppable against Burlingame on senior night

Varun Suklikar, a senior, daps up Fletcher Smith, a junior, before handing off wreaths to the seniors during senior night.

Nadia Fedotova, Staff Writer

February 15, 2020

This year, senior night for Carlmont soccer was held on a home game against the Burlingame Panthers for eight players who will be moving on from Carlmont's soccer program. Parents and family members shuffled down the bleachers to congratulate the seniors — some sighed in disbelief at how quickly time...

JV Scots defeat Panthers in final home game

Sophomore Max Klar celebrates his team's victory.

Larkin Chock, Staff Writer

February 13, 2020

JV boys soccer battled their way to 4-1 victory against Burlingame. With their final home game of the season, the Scots were able to add a win to their 8-1-1 record. As they head towards the end of their season, the Scots are looking to finish strong. “I expected a tough game. They’re a goo...

Scots blow past Warriors en route to CCS playoffs

Dylan Roskind, a junior, dribbles the ball down the sideline and past a defender.

Joshua Baxter, Staff Writer

February 10, 2020

Before they took the field against South San Francisco, the Carlmont boys varsity soccer team had tied in four of their last six games, with their most recent match being a 2-0 loss to Aragon. With Central Coast Section (CCS) playoffs looming around the corner, they sat in second place in the Peninsu...

Scots’ hot start dismantles Tigers

Lara Craciun, a sophomore, pushes the ball up the field in hopes to score.

Tripp Garrish, Staff Writer

February 8, 2020

The Carlmont JV girls soccer team overpowered the Terra Nova Tigers 8-1, while chatter over poor sportsmanship stirred. With three goals in the first 10 minutes of play, the Scots took the lead and never looked back. "We came out with more energy than Terra Nova, and we focused on setting the t...

Varsity wrestling continues to find footing at Colt Invitational

Sam Cano gains footing and is able to get on top of his opponent from Leland High School.

Emma Scott, Staff Writer

February 3, 2020

Three members of Carlmont's newly-formed wrestling team competed against individuals from 48 different high schools in a tournament-style competition, placing 42nd overall. This larger tournament was a challenge for Carlmont, and although they were able to score eight points overall, Carlmont was no...

Menlo-Atherton Bears rip through Carlmont Scots

Sophomore Tripp Garrish backs down his defender on the perimeter.

Owen Finigan, Staff Writer

February 1, 2020

Many basketball fans in the Bay Area know what it’s like to watch a crippled version of their team lose one of the most important games of the season. Similarly to the Golden State Warriors, without their starting lineup at full power, the Carlmont Scots fell to the Menlo-Atherton (M-A) Bears, 58-...

Scots take down undefeated Wildcats

Woodside and Carlmont players battle for the upper hand, racing to get the ball.

Daniela Torrey, Staff Writer

January 29, 2020

The Carlmont girls varsity soccer team crushed Woodside with a 6-0 win, destroying Woodside’s undefeated title.  Right off the bat, Carlmont set the pace for the game as Sam Phan, a senior, scored a goal within minutes of the match's start. Woodside put up a strong fight, taking the ball from Carlm...

Scots dominate Woodside in a battle of rivals

Maya Campbell, a freshman, looks to take an open shot as she dribbles down the field.

Ari Ravi, Staff Writer

January 29, 2020

Carlmont's JV girls' soccer team left it all out on the field as they defeated Woodside High School in a fierce contest between rival schools. On Jan. 28, the Scots dominated the field for all 70 minutes of the game as they scored three goals in the first half alone. Good teamwork combined with smart...

Scots blow past the fighting Knights to first place

Hillsdale goalkeeper Parker Crouse makes a diving save in the first half.

Rachel McCrea, Staff Writer

January 25, 2020

The Carlmont boys varsity soccer team won a blowout game 6-0 against the Hillsdale Knights, sending them to first place in the league. The game got off to a quick start, with Hillsdale taking three corners within the first two minutes. However, Carlmont quickly gained the lead when Noah Chang-Lin...

Scots unable to overcome deficit against Ravens

Kai Yoshida, a sophomore, closes in on the ball handler for Sequoia.

Tripp Garrish, Staff Writer

January 24, 2020

The Carlmont JV soccer team was unable to complete a late comeback against Sequoia in a game that meant more than usual. Many of the players on both sides have known each other for many years from prior schools and club soccer teams, so the stakes were high. "I know a lot of players on the Sequoia...

JV girls soccer crushes Mills in blowout win

Maya Campbell, a freshman, dribbles the ball away from her opponent.

Larkin Chock, Staff Writer

January 22, 2020

The Scots asserted their dominance early on in their game against Mills, scoring seven goals before the end of the first half. With much determination after their previous loss against Sequoia, the Scots were ready to take down their newest opponent. Starting the game off strong, Carlmont held a solid...

Varsity Scots take down Mills with a shutout victory

Carlmont celebrates a goal scored by Katie Blondino.

Nadia Fedotova, Staff Writer

January 21, 2020

Carlmont's varsity girls soccer had their sights on a shutout game against the Vikings, and they did just that while showing what they are made of on Tuesday night. Carlmont walked onto the field with one common goal: to play out the game with the same intensity from beginning to end. "We all ...

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