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Carlmont donates ‘Ready Player One’ books to at-risk teens

Carlmont donates ‘Ready Player One’ books to at-risk teens

Amelia Espinosa, Staff Writer
May 4, 2017
Filed under Campus, Top News

Carlmont is accepting used copies of "Ready Player One," the 2016 school-wide summer reading book, from students.  Every English teacher has been given a book drive donation box and has collected books since April 19. The drive will last until May 13. Then, the books will be donated to organizat...

‘Ready Player One’ is a look into the future

‘Ready Player One’ is a look into the future

Talia Fine, Staff Writer
September 12, 2016
Filed under A&E, Opinion, Top News

In the sea of dystopian novels starring moody teenagers, “Ready Player One” by Ernest Cline bobs uniquely above the surface. Cline illustrates the near future through the eyes of average teenager Wade Watts, portraying a destitute world where citizens’ only salvation is an alternate reality accesse...

Baseball player breaks foot

Baseball player breaks foot

Brooke Buckley, Staff Writer
April 30, 2014
Filed under Campus

Starting shortstop Aaron Pleschner is out for the season due to a broken foot. “I hit a ball off my foot about three months ago against Riordan,” said Pleschner. Normally considered as a non contact sport baseball can still cause many injuries due to contact with equipment, and sometimes players. ...

Top doubles player sidelined by tennis elbow

Top doubles player sidelined by tennis elbow

Brooke Buckley, Staff Writer
April 8, 2014
Filed under Student Bios

Playing through injuries is not impossible. “I cannot serve like I used to or fully extend my arm quickly without it hurting, but through the exercises I can do a lot more,“ said Carlmont tennis player Ben Knoot. Knoot has been playing with tennis elbow since he was eight years old. Tennis...

Freshman football player broke arm

Freshman football player broke arm

Ariana Crame, Staff Writer
October 4, 2013
Filed under Sports

Canyon Regan felt a tingling of his arm and looked down. He said his arm was in an awkward shape and it looked so weird he thought it was fake. Right in the beginning of the Carlmont JV football season, within the first week of school, Canyon Regan broke his arm and was rushed off to the hospital in...

Former NFL player Devin Wyman inspires Carlmont students

Former NFL player Devin Wyman inspires Carlmont students

September 24, 2013
Filed under Campus

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Carlmont Alumni and NFL Player inspires and engages

Carlmont Alumni and NFL Player inspires and engages

Danielle Hamer, Staff Writer
September 20, 2013
Filed under Campus

At Carlmont’s first school-wide assembly of the year, former NFL player Devin Wyman gave a spirited presentation addressing various teen issues in fun, creative ways that engaged and captivated students. Students gathered in the gym on Sept. 19 to watch Wyman’s presentation on suicide, depression, self...

Ryan Pau: player and coach

Ryan Pau: player and coach

Daniel Wang, Staff Writer
April 12, 2013
Filed under Sports

During Carlmont badminton practice, junior Ryan Pau can be found coaching, leading drills, conditioning sessions, and providing badminton tips and tricks for other members of the Carlmont badminton team. On game day, however, Pau is the number one seeded varsity singles player for Carlmont. "Although I a...

Boys soccer honors deceased Carlmont soccer player and alum

Boys soccer honors deceased Carlmont soccer player and alum

Reg Chatman Jr., Staff Writer and ScotCenter Editor
February 3, 2013
Filed under Sports

[media-credit id=92 align="alignnone" width="300"][/media-credit]The Scots' 1-0 win over the Hillsdale High School Knights felt a little sweeter because of the bigger meaning the game. "We were all putting our shin guards on and [Coach] Jodi and [Coach] AJ walked up and said 'we have to talk to you,'" said junior Cameron Bijan. The new...

Varsity tennis player wins second place in PAL Individual Playoffs

Varsity tennis player wins second place in PAL Individual Playoffs

Arianna Bayangos, News & Opinion Editor
November 3, 2012
Filed under Sports

  Cori Sidell, number one ranked singles player on varsity tennis, won second place in the Peninsula Athletic League Individual Tournament from Oct 30-Nov 1. Pareesa Darafshi also played for singles and Cassidy Sobey-Mary Farmar and Tarilyn Won-Mar Burgueno played for doubles at the t...

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