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JV football plays well but comes up short

JV football plays well but comes up short

Artie Hazelton, Staff Writer

October 17, 2015


Filed under Sports

The Scots fell short against the Jefferson Grizzlies this past Friday with a 26-19 loss. The JV football team played an excellent game against Jefferson High on Oct. 16, despite the final score. The game started off with Jefferson kicking off, and Carlmont getting the ball at the 20-yard line....

Varsity baseball comes out victorious in CCS quarterfinal game

Varsity baseball comes out victorious in CCS quarterfinal game

Justine Phipps, Sports Editor

May 24, 2015


Filed under Top News

Three hours, 48 minutes. 13 innings. Tie game between the Scots and the St. Francis Sharks. Two outs. Seniors Aaron Pleschner and Alex Pennes are on first and second base. Sophomore Vinny Bologna is up. "The pitcher seemed like he was getting out of the zone," said Pennes. "That inning seemed like...

French culture comes alive in the French Honor Society

French culture comes alive in the French Honor Society

Lila Schulman, Staff Writer

April 30, 2015


Filed under Campus

The French Honor Society Club is the place to go to if one is interested in French culture and language. “It’s a really great experience if you want to immerse yourself in the language without actually going to France,” said junior Max Liberman. “It’s a club where all the higher level...

Spirit week comes across as simple but fun

Spirit week comes across as simple but fun

Andrew Cross, Staff Writer

April 14, 2015


Filed under Campus

With spring break in a week, students are trying to survive as long as they can. "We have had three day weekends, but we haven't had a long break since the end of the first semester. I am just trying to last one more week before we finally get off for spring beak," said sophomore Nick Brooks. With...

Varsity baseball comes out victorious against Sequoia

Varsity baseball comes out victorious against Sequoia

Jocelyn Moran, Staff Writer

March 26, 2015


Filed under Sports, Top News

The varsity baseball team felt the adrenaline kicking in as they got ready to play their rival team, Sequoia. “We felt confident going into the game after getting a win against Burlingame last Friday. This was a rivalry game, so we were fired up to play,” said junior and catcher Connor Loucks. The...

Boys tennis comes out on top against Burlingame

Boys tennis comes out on top against Burlingame

Zoe Wildman, Highlander Editor

March 20, 2015


Filed under Sports

After a landslide win against Hillsdale on Tuesday with a score of 7-0, Carlmont boys tennis was ready for an important match against Burlingame on Thursday, March 19. Singles had to fight hard for their victory; third singles were the only match that didn't go into a third set. Freshman and first...

Boys varsity soccer comes out victorious over Half Moon Bay

Boys varsity soccer comes out victorious over Half Moon Bay

Jocelyn Moran, Staff Writer

February 11, 2015


Filed under Sports, Top News

After losing against Half Moon Bay 1-0 in the beginning of the season, the boys varsity soccer team was committed to coming out with a win on Wednesday, Feb.11. The beginning of the first half was a battle between defenses and offenses as multiple attempts towards the goal were made. With a little...

Boys varsity soccer comes out on top

Boys varsity soccer comes out on top

Jocelyn Moran, Staff Writer

January 14, 2015


Filed under Sports, Top News

Loud cheers on the bleachers, quiet players on the field. Clapping and shouting came from the bleachers as the boys varsity team came out triumphant over the Woodside Wildcats on Wednesday, Jan. 14. However, the team lacked communication, preventing them from playing to the best of their ability. The...

High school marathon comes to an end for seniors

High school marathon comes to an end for seniors

Andrew Cross, Staff Writer

December 7, 2014


Filed under Campus

As students finish the first semester, seniors prepare to finish the four year marathon they had at Carlmont. Even though they have a couple miles left, they still have to run up a steep hill. College applications are very stressful for seniors. It is a long process which includes filling out paper...

Project Happiness comes to a close

Project Happiness comes to a close

Alyssa Fagel, Editor

March 27, 2014


Filed under Campus

In the first week of March, Carlmont Associative Student Body (ASB) welcomed a new program called Project Happiness to the school. ASB representative Cailin Cumming said, “The purpose of Project Happiness is to create an encouraging environment for Carlmont. We [ASB] just want to do something nice...

Dead week comes alive

Dead week comes alive

Danielle Hamer

December 9, 2013


Filed under Campus, Top News

The week before finals is a time for chapter reviews, studying, and cup after cup of coffee. The term “dead week” labels the days before final exams in which teachers are encouraged to stop teaching new material. However, these five deadly days are earning themselves a new meaning. The days are getting...

Call of Duty comes again

Call of Duty comes again

Scott Schulze, Staff Writer

November 7, 2013


Filed under A&E

Each year the video game “Call of Duty” sells millions of copies and is known for being the biggest seller among video games each year. Last year, “Call of Duty Black Ops 2” brought in over $800 million in the first five days of sale. Already, “Call of Duty Ghosts” has sold a record breaking...

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