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The case for James Harden as MVP

Miguel Madrigal, TSV Staff Writer
April 26, 2017 • 65 views
Filed under Sports, Sports opinions

Russell Westbrook and James Harden have had historic seasons this year, each making their case for league MVP. However with the inability to split the award, James Harden should be the league MVP. Harden has had an incredible season and if it weren’t for Westbrook averaging a triple-double, then...

Accessibility is esports’ key to success

Accessibility is esports’ key to success

Blynn Beltran, TSV Multimedia Editor
April 21, 2017 • 340 views
Filed under Sports, Sports opinions

The popularity of esports is undeniable but what makes it so popular? Millions of people from around the world gather to their screens and watch these 20-something-year-olds battle in a virtual world. According to an article by USA Today from 2014, the third season of the “League of Legends World...

Dangers in the fight game

Dangers in the fight game

Kevin Perez, TSV Digital Editor
April 21, 2017 • 128 views
Filed under Sports, Sports Columns, The 4th Quarter

The rise of mixed martial arts (MMA) has resurfaced the phenomenon humans have with hand-to-hand combat. Fans glorify the fighters for the 15 or so minutes spent in a cage, often being blind to the abuse the fighters put themselves through because of the fight promotion's weight regulations. Across...

Trojans blow late lead against Cabrillo

Trojans blow late lead against Cabrillo

Kevin Perez, TSV Digital Editor
April 19, 2017 • 145 views
Filed under Baseball, Showcase, Sports

Skyline’s men’s baseball team fell short after a late rally by Cabrillo College on April 13. Cabrillo was able to rally six runs in the top of the ninth inning to steal the game against the Trojans 9-5. With the loss, Skyline now sits at a 23-10 record which made them drop down to third place...

Making the case for Lonzo Ball

Making the case for Lonzo Ball

Miguel Madrigal, TSV Staff Writer
April 13, 2017 • 821 views
Filed under Sports, Sports opinions

This year's NBA draft is filled with talent, but without a question, the number one pick should be Lonzo Ball from UCLA. Lonzo is coming off an incredible freshman season with the UCLA Bruins and is already looking toward the pros. Immediately after the loss to Kentucky in the National Collegiate...

Skyline runs up the score against Cañada College

Skyline runs up the score against Cañada College

Celina Ocheltree and Nestor Dominguez
April 12, 2017 • 662 views
Filed under Baseball, Sports

Skyline’s baseball team secures a big win over district rivals, Cañada College, after running up the board with 14 runs on March 25. After returning from their bye-week, the Trojans were able to keep up their winning streak from the previous weeks games. The Trojans beat the Colts 14-1, not allowing...

New Kinesiology department improvements promote student-athlete success

Katrina Benedicto, TSV Staff Writer
March 31, 2017 • 841 views
Filed under Campus News, Sports

The improvements within Skyline’s Kinesiology Department over the past year has helped student-athletes achieve their academic and athletic goals. There is not a single, straightforward change that is responsible for the Trojans’ success. Rather, there is a continued effort to improve every facet...

Professional athletes who engage in domestic abuse need to be reprimanded

Professional athletes who engage in domestic abuse need to be reprimanded

Lauren Gozon, TSV Staff
March 23, 2017 • 1,419 views
Filed under Sports, Sports opinions

The sports industry is one of the biggest and fastest growing industries in the whole world. Domestic violence is one of the most common crimes among professional male athletes. Domestic abuse among professional athletes is not a new problem. However, it has become a nationally known issue after Baltimore...

Skyline destroys Monterey Peninsula College 7-1 at home

Skyline destroys Monterey Peninsula College 7-1 at home

Mintzhet Tan and Karmen Wilson
March 23, 2017 • 1,404 views
Filed under Baseball, Showcase, Sports, Top Story

Skyline College's baseball team won the game against Monterey Peninsula College with a score of 7-1 last Thursday, March 16. The victory didn’t come in easy as the game started out slow and not too well for the Trojans. Up until the top of the fourth inning, the score was 0-1. However, things turned...

Marquee players sitting out games and still get paid

Marquee players sitting out games and still get paid

Kevin Perez, TSV Digital Editor
March 22, 2017 • 803 views
Filed under Sports, Sports Columns, The 4th Quarter

The players’ and the NBA’s argument about rest is a legitimate issue, and the media has every right to punish the players for sitting out games. The issue sparked when NBA Saturday Primetime broadcasted games where the biggest names in the league sat out. When marque players sit out games, the...

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