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

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

Scot Scoop News

Nathan Paris

Nathan Paris, Staff Writer

Nathan Paris (class of 2026) is a sophomore at Carlmont High School, he is a first-year writer for Scot Scoop. In his free time you can find him listening to music, hanging out with friends, and eating ice cream.

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Isabella Rice and Megan Elgaaen fight for the ball. They are performing a draw, which happens after a point is scored. The draws are one of the most important parts of the game, it decides which team gets the ball, Elgaaen said.

Ravens sweep Scots on senior night

Nathan Paris, Staff Writer May 2, 2024

The Carlmont varsity girls lacrosse team lost to the Sequoia Ravens with a score of 15-7 at Carlmont High School on Wednesday, May 1. Despite the loss, the team celebrated the last game of the season with...

Scots freshman Abby Maher pitches the ball. Maher pitched for the whole match and helped the Scots secure multiple outs. The Scots executed well defensively, conceding no runs.

Scots dominate Bears in league match

Aarush Abhyankar and Nathan Paris April 7, 2024

The Carlmont JV softball team defeated the Menlo-Atherton Bears with a score of 10-0 at Carlmont High School on Friday, April 5. The Scots dominated the Bears, and the match ended early due to the mercy...

Junior Zerach Chan swims breaststroke for the 200-yard medley relay. Chan completed his 50 yards in 27.9 seconds.

Scots continue waves of success in close meet against Dons

Nathan Paris, Staff Writer March 17, 2024

The Carlmont varsity boys swim team defeated the Aragon Dons with a final score of 94-74 on Friday, March 15. Having already secured two victories this season, the team is currently undefeated. The Scots...

Junior Franklin Kuo rushes to the basket past two defenders for a layup. Although Kuo missed the shot, he got fouled and made both his free throw shots.

Scots sweep Eagles in CCS playoffs

Nathan Paris, Staff Writer February 20, 2024

Carlmont’s varsity boys basketball team defeated the Los Altos Eagles on Saturday, Feb. 17 in a Central Coast Section (CCS) playoff game with a final score of 75-58. The Scots won a previous game...

Junior point guard Camden Ngo shoots over Matthew Vaughan after quickly rushing to the basket. Ngo missed the shot, but junior center Tyler Southworth secured the rebound.

Scots outjoust Knights for league win

Nathan Paris, Staff Writer January 26, 2024

Carlmont varsity boys basketball secured their fourth league win in their match against the Hillsdale Knights on Jan. 24, triumphing with a final score of 54-39. The Scots played phenomenally, keeping...

Tunnels beneath Gunn High School serve as a hidden oasis to explorers. The tunnels social media presence has sparked recent growth, and it has adopted the nickname, Gunnels.

Exploring the underground: shining a light on the world below

Nathan Paris and Aidan Pazdera January 17, 2024

Imagine crawling on your hands and knees through sewage, surrounded by a coffin of concrete. The echoes of the tunnel amplify the sound of your footsteps as you walk beneath the surface. This hidden world,...

After indulging in a hearty Thanksgiving feast, Americans are discarding perfectly good food, contributing to the concerning issue of food waste.

Thanksgiving food leads to excess waste

Nathan Paris, Staff Writer November 30, 2023

Thanksgiving, an American holiday built upon the values of family and gratitude, is increasingly becoming known for a less festive issue: food waste. According to ReFed, it is estimated that 312 million...

A student walks out of a SamTrans bus at a Redwood Shores bus stop. Students pay $1 for their bus fare if they use a Clipper card and a $1.10 if they use cash or mobile.

SamTrans switches gears with new fares

Nathan Paris, Staff Writer November 2, 2023

The San Mateo County Transportation District (SamTrans) has proposed several new fare structure changes for next year and requests public comment.  Three of the proposed changes will be implemented...

The Redwood City Target is not one of the nine Targets affected by the shutdown and will continue to remain open with the same hours. The store, however, is very short-staffed and is currently hiring.

Target plans to shut down nine stores due to persistent theft

Nathan Paris, Staff Writer October 14, 2023

As the holiday season approaches, some shoppers may find their favorite retail store inaccessible. Target is closing down nine locations due to ongoing theft and safety concerns for both staff and customers. All...

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