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Soccer season ignites competition

Soccer season ignites competition

November 8, 2013
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[pe2-image src="" href="" caption="Sophomore Gabby Belarde was all smiles on day one of JV girls soccer tryouts." type="image"...

Scots soccer sets sights on CCS

February 27, 2013
Filed under As seen in print

With a new year and a fresh start, Carlmont varsity soccer players are very excited for this year’s season. Last year the boys varsity team made it to the first round of CCS, but unfortunately they lost to Santa Teresa. This year the team has very high expectations. “I expect the team to...

Boys soccer honors deceased Carlmont soccer player and alum

Boys soccer honors deceased Carlmont soccer player and alum

Reg Chatman Jr., Staff Writer and ScotCenter Editor
February 3, 2013
Filed under Sports

[media-credit id=92 align="alignnone" width="300"][/media-credit]The Scots' 1-0 win over the Hillsdale High School Knights felt a little sweeter because of the bigger meaning the game. "We were all putting our shin guards on and [Coach] Jodi and [Coach] AJ walked up and said 'we have to talk to you,'" said junior Cameron Bijan. The new...

Historic week for varsity soccer

(Top Picture) Carlmont Captains, (from closest to furthest away in white) Andrew Durlofsky, Ryan Freeman, and Justin Harpster doing the coin toss. Hapster had two goals in the game Wednesday.
(Bottom Picture) Carlmont’s team Friday on a cold rainy night.

December 2, 2012
Filed under Sports

  A new entry in Carlmont's history books was made as Carlmont varsity won its pre-season match up with Palo Alto High School on Wednesday, Nov. 28. They also won their first game under the lights on Dec. 1. Two goals by Michel Gonzales and two goals by Justin Harpster inked the win in Carlm...

Junior varsity men’s soccer off to a great start

Junior varsity men's soccer off to a great start

December 1, 2012
Filed under Sports

Carlmont junior varsity men's soccer had a shining 3-0 victory against Los Altos High School. “Los Altos had a good side. They gave us a quality match. I like to coach a high soccer IQ, and the reason I selected these boys here is because they have a high soccer IQ, so I kind of threw them a curveball...

Carlmont Scots dominate the soccer field

January 21, 2012
Filed under Sports

On Jan. 20, Carlmont's boys varsity soccer team came out as champions against Aragon, with 6-0 victory. After a difficult loss against Woodside, the Scots were determined to defeat their opponents. "We got off to a really good start, after a not so good game against Woodside," expressed player Justin...

Boys’ soccer in third after hard week

February 5, 2011
Filed under Sports

This week proved to be slightly disappointing for the Scots. The boys' team started the week 2nd place in league, giving them good leverage in the race for the top three spots to qualify for CCS. On Wednesday, Feb. 2, the varsity Scots started their week off playing an away game against the 1st place ...

Boys’ soccer lose a heartbreaker

January 23, 2011
Filed under Sports

On Jan. 21, the Carlmont Scots' boys varsity soccer team lost a heartbreaker versus rivals Menlo-Atherton. Coming into the week, the Scots were 2-1-1, and playing well. Things continued on Wednesday with a convincing home victory against Aragon. The Scots were poised for a key road victory against...

Technology vs. Humanity

On Dec. 1 referee, Larry Scirotto, alerts the sideline of a reversed call during a Stanford vs. UNC Wilmington game.  The sideline reports the official ruling to the league.

Arthur Goncalves and Aidan Kurt
April 19, 2020
Filed under Features, Social Media, Sports, Top News

Both teams are a touchdown away from winning the National Football Conference (NFC) Championship. With two minutes left, Saints quarterback Drew Brees throws a spiral to teammate Tommylee Lewis, just yards from the end zone. From Lewis' right comes Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman, knocking the bal...

Scots’ season is cut short in CCS Quarterfinals

Danny Wilson, a senior, races a Mt. Pleasant defender to the ball during the second half. Mt. Pleasant would defeat Carlmont 2-0 to advance to the semifinals of Division II CCS.

Miles Ozorio, Scot Scoop Editor
February 23, 2020
Filed under Sports, Top News

The boys varsity soccer team was held goalless against the Mt. Pleasant Cardinals in the first round of Central Coast Section (CCS) play, eventually losing 2-0 to the lower-seeded team. The loss comes amidst an impressive season for the Scots, as they finished second in the Peninsula Athletic League...

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
Filed under Sports, Top News

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 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
Filed under Sports

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...

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