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Dedication to high school sports reaps future benefits

Dedication to high school sports reaps future benefits

Lucy Gibbs, Staff Writer

February 21, 2017


Filed under Features

Behind the greatest athletes lies a determination to be the absolute best. From a very young age, athletes work towards dominating the competition. Playing at the college and professional level is becoming more competitive and more selective, which makes life difficult for aspiring athletes. ...

Carlmont vs. Carlmont in this year’s FOMF competition

Carlmont vs. Carlmont in this year’s FOMF competition

Maxwell Jung, Staff Writer

February 14, 2017


Filed under Campus

Over the past weekend, many students could be seen flocking to and from the Carlmont library. These students were part of the well-known trivia hunt: Friends of Millard Fillmore (FOMF). This year only Carlmont participated in the event, so the school was split into two teams, grey and blue, based on ...

Friends of Millard Fillmore face lack of competition

Friends of Millard Fillmore face lack of competition

Sherilyn Kuo, Staff Writer

February 8, 2017


Filed under Campus

In less than a week, Carlmont students will be giving up their weekend and coming on campus to participate in a three-day trivia scavenger hunt.   This scavenger hunt is a competition planned by the leaders of the Carlmont Friends of Millard Fillmore (FOMF) Club, and usually includes schools from San...

PAL meets pump up athletes

PAL meets pump up athletes

Jackson Monge, Staff Writer

May 6, 2016


Filed under Sports

After the dust settles, new records are made. The final stretch of the season includes the PALs. The Peninsula Athletic League is the league that Carlmont sports compete is and the host of the multi-school sport championships of the league. The fastest and strongest of Carlmont athletes approach the...

Carlmont Robotics prepares for competition – Bijan Khalili

Carlmont Robotics prepares for competition – Bijan Khalili

Bijan Khalili, Reporter

February 29, 2016


Filed under ScotCenter

Bijan Khalili covers the upcoming Carlmont Robotics tournament.    

Arm wrestling competition not popular with students

Arm wrestling competition not popular with students

Andrew Cross, Staff Writer

May 19, 2015


Filed under Campus

With the end of the year approaching, students are starting to prepare for finals, and an arm wrestling competition. Like every year, students try to make sure that they can maintain good grades so the finals wont effect them. "I make up all the zeros I have and turn in all of my homework so I...

JV Lady Scots fight off competition to remain undefeated

JV Lady Scots fight off competition to remain undefeated

Becca Garner, Staff Writer

October 18, 2014


Filed under Sports

It was a battle. And the junior varsity (JV) Lady Scots won the fight. JV volleyball took home a win against the Woodside Wildcats on Thursday, Oct. 16, and added to their undefeated streak. So far this season, the Scots are 9-0. The game started with a set that initially appeared as though it...

Soccer season ignites competition

Soccer season ignites competition

November 8, 2013


Filed under Multimedia, Sports

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Carlmont Prom Competition ignites creativity

March 14, 2013


Filed under Campus

Prom season is almost in full swing at Carlmont: along with it comes the discussion of dresses, makeup, and creative ways that people get asked to prom. This year, Carlmont ASB has decided to introduce a new incentive to think of a creative way to ask a date to prom: a prom competition. "We decided...

The holiday competition: real or fake?

December 5, 2012


Filed under As seen in print

A symbol of the holiday season, the Christmas tree is an important part of the Christmas experience if one celebrates the holiday. Whether one decides to have a fake or real tree, however, is also a part of the experience. Students at Carlmont definitely have their own preferences, usually depending...

Hip-hop squad takes first in competition

Hip-hop squad takes first in competition

November 9, 2010


Filed under Campus

On Saturday, November 6, the Carlmont hip-hop squad took first place in a competition at Six Flags. "I was nervous at first, but I did my best," remarked Emily Stambaugh. To prepare for the competition, the hip-hop squad practiced at least once a week and performed the same routine as they did at ...

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