The student news site of Carlmont High School in Belmont, California.

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The student news site of Carlmont High School in Belmont, California.

Scot Scoop News

The student news site of Carlmont High School in Belmont, California.

Scot Scoop News

Joley Bove

Joley Bove, Staff Writer

Joley Bove is a sophomore at Carlmont High School. She is a part of Media Arts English. She enjoys watching sports and plays for her school's lacrosse team. She hopes to inform the student body on their school's sports.

Twitter: @JoleyBove

All content by Joley Bove
Many have hopped onto the whipped coffee bandwagon since the recipe went viral. I, personally, made whipped coffee over iced almond milk.

Whipped coffee lives up to the buzz

April 28, 2020

It's safe to assume most teenagers are addicted to social media, especially one of the newest platforms, TikTok. Naturally, a new platform with new creators often comes with new trends, and whipped...

With thousands of options readily available on Netflix alone, binge watching is more common than most people would like to admit.

Netflix’s ‘Love is Blind’ is a worthwhile waste of time

April 8, 2020

To pass the seemingly endless days of self-quarantine, we find ourselves in need of more and more ways to keep occupied. For drama-filled reality show addicts, the Netflix original "Love is Blind" may...

Madeleine Cunningham and Makya Whiting show their insulin pump and glucose tablets.

The truth behind Type 1

March 10, 2020

When most people hear the word diabetes, they think of a self-inflicted condition caused by an unhealthy diet. However, that is not the case when it comes to Type 1.

Petrochi shows his firefighter jacket to the attendees of the meeting.

[Photo] College and Career Center presentation leaves students with a ‘burning’ desire to fight fire

March 9, 2020

Petrochi shows his firefighter jacket to the attendees of the meeting.

Club Vice President Morgan Yee gives a presentation on the different types of hackers in coding.

Girls Who Code Club builds a legacy at Carlmont

February 12, 2020

Starting a club is challenging to begin with, but maintaining the stability of the club and leaving a legacy can be even more difficult. The Girls Who Code Club is one of many working to achieve these...

Members of Sailing Club work on improving teacher Alexander Wallaces old sail and boat, including the boom, the horizontal pole which extends from the bottom of the mast.

Sailing Club begins second semester with a ‘boom’

January 22, 2020

For a somewhat unknown activity, sailing has made its Carlmont debut through Sailing Club. At the start of her junior year, Mia Yang scrolled through Carlmont's club roster and noticed there wasn't...

Cunningham and her team celebrate after she made a goal.

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January 22, 2020

Cunningham and her team celebrate after she made a goal.

Atheeshwaran Durairaj and Arthur Goncalves play against each other during a scrimmage

Boys varsity soccer players put their best foot forward at tryouts

November 8, 2019

This winter season, tensions were high at the 2019 boys varsity soccer tryouts with 43 boys trying out, and only 26 of them making the team.  The overarching goal of tryouts is to assess the player's...

Carlmonts offensive sets up to score a touchdown.

Carlmont varsity football barely loses to San Mateo in overtime

October 20, 2019

In their head-to-head game against San Mateo, Carlmont varsity football lost during overtime in just a matter of seconds. Coming into this game, the Scots knew that San Mateo was an ever-improving...

Nicole Olazar, a junior, and Valentina Yudin-Baehrle, a senior, block a hit from Terra Nova.

Carlmont girls varsity volleyball walks away victorious against Terra Nova

September 25, 2019

In just three sets, the Carlmont girl's varsity volleyball team fiercely won against Terra Nova. Although the Scots dominated the Tigers, the Carlmont players felt as though they did not play to their...

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