A point guard’s dream

A point guard’s dream

February 26, 2015

Ever since Jazel Talauta could remember, she has always had a basketball in her hand. Talauta is an... Read more »

Change of pace on the way for MLB

Change of pace on the way for MLB

February 26, 2015

Changes are coming to America's pastime. Major League Baseball has implemented significant pace-of-play... Read more »

Giants prepare for odd year

Erin Perry, TSV Staff Writer

February 26, 2015

Filed under Basketball, Sports

The San Francisco Giants’ pitchers and catchers met in Scottsdale, Arizona to kick off spring training with the first workout on Feb. 19. With a little less than a week until the first pre-season game against the Oakland Athletics, the Giants are preparing to defend their title. Meanwhile, Bruce Bochy, general manager... Read more »

Oakland blunders over Raiders proposal to jump ship

Matt Pacelli, TSV Staff Writer

February 26, 2015

Filed under Sports, Sports opinions

Like a deadbeat dad desperate to avoid alimony payments, the Oakland Raiders are contemplating fleeing their hometown and moving into what effectively amounts to a duplex with the San Diego Chargers. The tentative plan would involve joint stadium occupancy with the San Diego Chargers, who are also planning to relocate to Los... Read more »

The match that cried wolf is finally happening

The match that cried wolf is finally happening

February 26, 2015

The long-awaited superfight is finally here. The fans have been asking for it for more than three years,... Read more »

A special night for Skyline’s Basketball program

A special night for Skyline’s Basketball program

February 18, 2015

The Skyline men's and women's basketball teams hosted their annual Coaches vs. Cancer double header on... Read more »

Injury prevention and recovery, what works?

Chance Vicino and Haley Holmes

February 13, 2015

Filed under Sports, Sports opinions

Recovery is a dynamic concept. Debate and systematic change as to the best approaches for recovering fully and quickly have caused behavioral shifts both in recent years and throughout the centuries. Of course, there is the protocol which is done when a student athlete is injured, such as collecting the basic information about... Read more »

Bruce Jenner’s sex reassignment journey

Miguel Garcia, TSV Editor at Large

February 13, 2015

Filed under Sports, Sports opinions

A little less than 40 years ago, an Olympic athlete received the James E. Sullivan Award for being a top amateur athlete in the United States. Bruce Jenner was a very successful Olympian back in the 1970s. But he is now facing the most life-changing transformation of his life, becoming a woman. After achieving so much as... Read more »

A look at Skyline baseball’s number one recruit

Erin Perry, TSV Staff Writer

February 13, 2015

Filed under Sports, Sports Profile

Skyline’s number one recruit, Matt Seubert, has baseball embedded in his soul. Seubert, a freshman and new season recruit, is a well-rounded player. He infields as a first baseman, pitches as a closer, and bats well. Seubert grew up around the sport, playing his first tee-ball game around the age of four or five years... Read more »

Skyline Trojans vs Foothill Owls

Chester Mendoza, TSV Staff Writer

February 6, 2015

Filed under Baseball, Sports

The Skyline Trojans and Foothill went at it in a truly nail-biting game, leaving the whole auditorium on the edge of their seat. In game 20 against Foothill College, right at the start of the first half, there was no playing around for Foothill College, with them applying hard defense on the Trojans, especially on point guard... Read more »

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