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Wildcats terminate Scots’ winning streak in CCS championship

Forward Dro Avetian fakes out his St. Ignatius opponent before crossing the ball into the center for a shot.

Avery Adams, Staff Writer
March 4, 2017
Filed under Sports

Everything was left on the field: blood, sweat, and tears.  After a long, hard-fought journey, boys varsity soccer’s season came to an end after falling to the St. Ignatius Wildcats on March 3 during their CCS championship game. "It was an incredible experience to play on such a beautiful field with my teamma...

The Scots tie Wildcats in away match

Leo McBride, a senior, dribbles down the field.

Nour Zabaneh, Staff Writer
February 16, 2017
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...

Scots battle for their last season game

Sarah Adams, Staff Writer
February 23, 2014
Filed under Sports

The Carlmont boys varsity soccer team faced off against Aragon High School for their last game of the regular season. Both teams fought for this last win before the start of the upcoming CCS playoffs. Senior Yefri Lopez Castro said, “We really just needed to show that we were the better team, and...

Daily Bulletin: 2/20/14

February 20, 2014
Filed under Uncategorized

French Club members! There will be a meeting this Friday on February 21st at lunch in room A5. See you there! -Burton Boys varsity soccer beat Woodside 2-0 on goals by Malcolm McClellan, assisted by Spencer Stewart, and Nate Rosenthal, assisted by Malcolm McClellan. Defensively, Graham Godwin and Theo F...

Daily Bulletin: 1/15/14

January 15, 2014
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Students interested in playing badminton, please come to an informational meeting today at 3:30 p.m. in room D24. -Chun  Anyone interested in playing boys lacrosse this spring should attend a sign-up meeting on Tuesday, January 21 at lunch in the main gym. -Smith  Boys varsity soccer beat Half Moon Bay yesterd...

Senior night is bittersweet for departing Scots

Erica Mendiola, a senior, moves past Sequoia defenders on her way to the basket.

Rachel McCrea, Staff Writer
February 15, 2020
Filed under Sports

The Carlmont girls varsity basketball team lost to Sequoia 46-33 in their final game of the regular season. The Scots got off to a quick start, putting up 12 points in the first quarter to Sequoia's eight, several of them 3-pointers from Erica Mendiola, a senior, who had seven 3-pointers in the game. ...

JV Scots defeat Panthers in final home game

Sophomore Max Klar celebrates his team's victory.

Larkin Chock, Staff Writer
February 13, 2020
Filed under Sports

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 swim their way to success

Varsity Swimmer Morgan Hawes (left) screams with joy after realizing Carlmont swept all PALs championship titles for a second year in a row.

Kimberly Mitchell, Staff Writer
May 19, 2019
Filed under Features, Multimedia, Sports, Top News

The Championship Sweep Streak Before the announcer could even finish reporting the final results, the sound of the microphone was drowned out by the shrill screams of the Carlmont Scots. With a lead of 343 points, it was already clear that JV girls had won the PAL championships. As the cheers dimmed, the announcer tried again to finish, this time with a determination. “...

Carlmont athletes don’t get a break over Thanksgiving

Morgan Yee, a junior, takes her time before shooting her free throw.

Katie Blondino, Staff Writer
November 22, 2018
Filed under Sports

With winter sports gearing up for their seasons, Thanksgiving break, which gives students Nov. 21-23 off of school, has created a small obstacle in planning practice for coaches. Carlmont winter sports include boys and girls soccer, boys and girls basketball, and co-ed wrestling. All of their seasons h...

Carlmont student athletes keep working while on break

Instead of having a week to completely relax, some student athletes had both practices and games for their school sport during Mid-Winter Break.

Rachel Matatyaou, Publicity Director
March 3, 2018
Filed under Campus

Students woke up excited on Friday, Feb. 16 knowing that it would be their last early morning wake up for a week because that was the final school day before Mid-Winter Break. Mid-Winter Break was held through the week of Feb. 18. Students had plans of going on tropical or snowy vacations for the...

Multi-sport team rooms create an environment for bonding

The team room is used by the varsity boys soccer team during the winter season. Players leave their gear in their specific locker. Muaath Nofal, a senior on the soccer team, said:

Rachel Matatyaou, Publicity Director
February 12, 2018
Filed under Campus

Although sports teams spend countless hours during their season training and bonding, a team locker room can help lead to friendships that leave the field. These friendships can lead to greater success on the field. But many athletes feel that access to team rooms are not equitable. A member of ...

Gender stigma plays a role in sports

Football is one of the sports that is seen as only played by males.

Adriana Kurtovich, Staff Writer
March 13, 2017
Filed under Features

Today's society often portrays men as more superior in sports compared to women. However, this is not always the case. The number of female athletes at NCAA schools has increased from about 30,000 to over 193,000 since 1972, but women still have many fewer participation opportunities than men do according...

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