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Skyline’s baseball team grind out close games to start the season

Skyline’s baseball team grind out close games to start the season

Kevin Perez, TSV Digital Editor
February 8 • 639 views
Filed under Baseball, Showcase, Sports

Skyline’s baseball team toughs out wins during the first five games of the season. Since being blown out 0-6 in the opening game against Fresno City College on Jan. 27, Skyline has battled through some tough games. The team sits on a 3-2 record and they're impressing fans by winning close games. After...

The best Super Bowl LI ads

Kevin Perez, TSV Digital Editor
February 8 • 230 views
Filed under Sports

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Skyline wrestling impresses at regionals

Kevin Perez, TSV Interim Sports Editor
February 4 • 248 views
Filed under Showcase, Sports, Wresting

Skyline wrestling had a strong showing in regionals and is now headed to the state tournament. The program has found late success this season, barring the early season defeats. The team placed fifth overall as a team while having eight out of 10 wrestlers qualify for the state tournament. Wrestlers...

Skyline women’s basketball winter break round up

Skyline women’s basketball winter break round up

Shamal Prasad, TSV Staff Writer
February 4 • 421 views
Filed under Basketball, Showcase, Sports, Women's Basketball

While students were recovering from the fall semester, the women's basketball team were hard at work. Skyline Women’s basketball are holding onto a 12-9 record as they get ready for their last six games of the 2016-2017 season. Despite throwing away both games in mid-December against Sierra (75-47)...

Threading the line between sports and politics

Threading the line between sports and politics

Kevin Perez, TSV Interim Sport Editor
February 4 • 400 views
Filed under Showcase, Sports, Sports Columns, The 4th Quarter

It’s Super Bowl week and instead of focusing on the players competing this weekend, we're asking athletes about politics. Why are we asking New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady about his relationship with President Trump? Professional athletes are granted a platform as public figures, but...

Skyline stuns high ranking team in the state

Skyline stuns high ranking team in the state

Kevin Perez, TSV Interim Sports Editor
February 3 • 640 views
Filed under Baseball, Showcase, Sports

Skyline's baseball team stuns Fresno City College after exploding for three runs in the late innings on Jan. 28. The Trojans beat the Fresno City Rams 3-1, upsetting the third ranked team in the state. In the bottom of the eighth inning, a big decision to bring in pinch runner Harley Torres proved...

All-Star flaws for voting system

All-Star flaws for voting system

Kevin Perez, TSV Interim Sports Editor
January 25 • 927 views
Filed under Showcase, Sports, Sports opinions

The National Basketball Association’s all-star voting system still has major flaws despite revisions implemented this year. This year’s voting system was changed to accurately select the association's all-stars, showcasing the best players in the league rather than the mockery of a popularity...

Men’s basketball ends winter break with winning record

Men’s basketball ends winter break with winning record

Kevin Perez, TSV Interim Sports Editor
January 18 • 1,274 views
Filed under Men's Basketball, Showcase, Sports

Skyline men’s basketball enter the spring semester with a winning record in a tight Coast-North conference. The team currently sits on a 10-8 record after successfully hosting a tournament before the break. The team finished December with four wins out of six scheduled contest, while dropping two...

Sophomore night leaves players optimistic and grateful

Sophomore night leaves players optimistic and grateful

Blynn Beltran, TSV Editor at Large
December 7 • 3,416 views
Filed under Sports, Volleyball

The lady Trojans took a loss in their final game against Foothill, ending their series with a 7-18 record on Wednesday, Nov. 16. The first set of the game was a close one. Skyline was able to go toe-to-toe against their opponents. Skyline’s blocker Jaichelle White, outside hitter Justice Afatasi...

Volleyball program establishes principles for life success

Volleyball program establishes principles for life success

Shamal Prasad, TSV Staff Writer
December 7 • 2,991 views
Filed under Sports, Volleyball

With Skyline’s women’s volleyball season being over, their record of 7-18 should not overshadow the fact that the team’s accumulative GPA is a 3.79 and that’s something that should be celebrated. Head coach Rayannah Salahuddin has been emphasizing the notion that her players should be more...

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