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Ethan Mayoss, a junior, serves the ball during the first match

Boys varsity volleyball falls short against the Serra Padres

March 18, 2019

At 6 p.m. on Friday, March 15, Carlmont boys varsity volleyball experienced the classic athletic blunder: a rise against all odds followed by a disappointing loss. After winning th...

After losing his second game, sophomore Ethan Liu regains his focus for the third game and prepares to clear a smash from his opponents.

Carlmont badminton falls short in their first game of the season

February 28, 2019

As the boys and girls of Carlmont’s badminton team prepared to face Westmoor High School on Tuesday night, the courts were filled with uncertainty and anticipation. It was ...

Gavin Blodgett, a senior, is congratulated by a coach during his senior night ceremony.

Scots soccer falls short on senior night

February 15, 2019

The boys varsity soccer team suffered a close 1-0 loss to Aragon during senior night on Wednesday, Feb. 13. Despite their loss, the team still had a positive senior night as they advanced to CCS play...

Will Hesselgren, a sophomore, picks up a foul by getting knocked while going for a layup.

Scots fall short against undefeated Vikings

January 16, 2019

In an average high school basketball game, each team fouls 11 times. Carlmont, however, fouled a season-high 23 times, while the Vikings used their zone defense to rattle the JV...

Carlmont falls short in CCS Championship game

December 4, 2018

Briana McDonald reports on the Scots loss against Burlingame High School in the CCS Championships.

Sophomore Anthony Arteaga (7) runs down the side line at Carlmont in the fourth quarter.

JV football plays well but comes up short

October 17, 2015

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...

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Cavaliers fall short of expectations

January 9, 2015

Coming into this 2014-2015 National Basketball Association (NBA) season, the Cleveland Cavaliers (Cavs) were the team to beat. With a couple postseason moves, such as acquiring a...

Running back Sami Makaafi sprints down the field, looking for the best way to advance the ball.

Carlmont’s second half effort cut short

October 18, 2014

Close, but not enough. Varsity football fell short to Capuchino High School in Carlmont's homecoming game, ending with a final score of 27-14. "We started out flat, and couldn't...

Sophomore Vianka Adamovitch rushes back to her basket after stealing the ball from Woodside High School.

Lady Scots fall short

February 1, 2014

In a close overtime game, Girls Frosh-Soph Basketball lost by one point to Woodside High School Friday night. Woodside emerged with the lead, but freshman Megan Olazar scored ...

Jake Kumamoto, number 37, was the Scots leading rusher.

Scots came up short in final game

November 17, 2013

Carlmont Frosh-Soph football lost to Sequoia by one point in their last game of the season. Sequoia is Carlmont’s rival school and many fans were there to support the team. It...

Boys varsity water polo in a 2013-2014 season game.

Scots comeback falls short in varsity water polo

October 22, 2013

Carlmont varsity water polo defended until the end in their tough match against Menlo Atherton. “Honestly, I felt pretty good playing MA, better than last time. We played tog...

Girls Water Polo Falls Short

Girls Water Polo Falls Short

September 18, 2013

Girls varsity water polo could not continue their streak of success after losing 10-8 to the Burlingame Panthers at home on Wednesday afternoon. Playing in their first game...

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