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Varsity football’s hard work continues during the offseason

Varsity football’s hard work continues during the offseason

Aaron Penn, Staff Writer

May 28, 2019

The steady clang of metal on metal echoes across the room as sweat drips onto the ground, accompanied by the sound of heavy breathing. Although the sun has just risen, the intensity and focus throughout the room is impenetrable. This is a normal morning for Carlmont's varsity football team. Two seaso...

JV football’s resilient defense brings home the victory

JV football’s resilient defense brings home the victory

Joshua Baxter, Staff Writer

October 28, 2018

The Carlmont Scots JV Football team overcame a flurry of penalties to edge out the Woodside Wildcats 26-21, winning their respective league. Winners of their last eight games, the Scots improve to 8-1 overall and 5-0 intraconference while Woodside drops to 6-2-1 and 4-1. The Scots will look to continue...

Varsity football keeps playoff dream alive

Varsity football keeps playoff dream alive

Zain Patel, Staff Writer

October 16, 2018

The Scots inch closer to the playoffs and league division championships with their decisive win over Jefferson, 42-22. This solidifies their first place position in the league, with a record of three wins and zero losses. Jefferson drops in the league standings with an overall record of 4-3. While the...

Cheerleaders raise pom-poms for breast cancer awareness

Cheerleaders raise pom-poms for breast cancer awareness

Kimberly Mitchell, Staff Writer

October 9, 2018

When there’s a home football game, cheerleaders and the Screaming Scots are found sporting Scots' blue to show their support. However, Friday’s game against Capuchino High School was different. This time, pink became the new blue as Carlmont’s cheerleaders showed support towards breast cancer...

Tie-dye Tailgate brings color to Carlmont

Tie-dye Tailgate brings color to Carlmont

Francesca D'Urzo, Staff Writer

September 10, 2018

As the football players prepare for the game, ASB prepares to spread school spirit. With football back in season, Carlmont’s ASB held their first tailgate of the year in order to rekindle student involvement with carnival games, a barbecue, and a Tie-dye Spirit Day. Greta Foehr, a junior and mem...

Screamin’ Scots raise student spirit

Screamin’ Scots raise student spirit

Molly Donaldson, Staff Writer

September 7, 2018

When the players take the field, the Scots take the stands. The Screamin’ Scots, Carlmont’s event cheer section, is a student-run organization that plays a fundamental role in Carlmont’s sports games. The Screamin’ Scots come to basketball, football, and volleyball games where they hype up...

Jackson Velschow commits to Portland State for football

Jackson Velschow commits to Portland State for football

Daniel Friis, Segment Producer

May 6, 2018

Six percent of high school football seniors will play in college, according to CBS news. Jackson Velschow, a senior, has played the offensive line for Carlmont in past years and is going to Portland State. Jackson Velschow is part of the six percent. When it was time for the seniors to commit to a ...

The Hiller Aviation Museum hosts its Flying Football Fun Fest

The Hiller Aviation Museum hosts its Flying Football Fun Fest

Kimberly Mitchell, Staff Writer

February 4, 2018

Kimberly Mitchell reports on the annual Flying Football Fun Festival at the San Carlos Hiller Aviation Museum.

Carlmont hosts flag football clinic with local NFL player

Carlmont hosts flag football clinic with local NFL player

Connor Rickson, Staff Writer

November 30, 2017

As the professional football season nears its end, many local seasons are just beginning. On Sept. 18, YepSF hosted a free flag football clinic with former NFL player Kevin Greene at Carlmont High School to get kids interested in playing the sport. The organization will be running an upcoming flag foo...

The development of Carlmont’s football program

The development of Carlmont’s football program

Briana McDonald, ScotCenter Editor-in-Chief

November 11, 2017

Briana McDonald reports on the development of the Carlmont varsity football team.

Varsity football falls to Sequoia in record-breaking season

Varsity football falls to Sequoia in record-breaking season

Izzy Mitchell, Staff Writer

November 9, 2017

A second loss for the Scots in their hopeful and record-breaking season. On Nov. 3, Carlmont lost to Sequoia High School 13-7  in a nail-biter game that went into overtime for the battle of the Terremere Trophy. Prior to the rival game, Sequoia had an overall record of 3-5 and only recently b...

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