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Henry scores 5 in Skyline’s 8-3 win

Milla Tivadar, TSV Staff Writer

September 12, 2019

Skyline’s Women’s soccer team won 8-3 in their first home game of the season against College of Marin last Friday Sept. 6 thanks to five goals from freshman midfielder Celeste Henry. After a tough weekend in San Luis Obispo, with a shortage of players and several injuries, this game showed a huge rejoice for the Trojans. With...

Nutt’s Brace Leads to Victory at Home

Daniel Archuleta, TSV Staff Writer

September 12, 2019

Skyline’s Men’s soccer team defeated the Contra Costa Comets 3-1 in its Sept. 6 game after a dominate first half performance and two goals from freshman midfielder Kadin Nutt. Coming into the game, Contra Costa had been outscored in its first three matches 23-1. Their previous game against Santa Rosa saw them give up...

Rough Start, Lack of Timely HIts Ruin Playoff Clincher at Home

Rough Start, Lack of Timely HIts Ruin Playoff Clincher at Home

May 5, 2019

Skyline College's baseball team lost 7-3 against Hartnell College in their last home game of the season...

Skyline Bandminton Pick Up First Home Win, Second Win Overall Against CCSF

Skyline Bandminton Pick Up First Home Win, Second Win Overall Against CCSF

May 5, 2019

The Skyline College women’s badminton team won the first home game of the season with 13-8 against...

2-Minute Read With Daniel Archuleta : Reintroducing KD

Daniel Archuleta, Sports Editor

May 5, 2019

The NBA Playoffs always tend to fall heavily on the star players of the league. Kyrie Irving in Boston, James Harden in Houston, Kawhi Leonard in Toronto, and Giannis Antetokounmpo in Milwaukee all have the weight of their respective cities on their shoulders. Even out here in the Bay Area, Stephen Curry, Draymond Green and...

Examining the Qatar World Cup

Nellyana Altuve Rojo, Guest Writer

May 5, 2019

The country of Qatar not only lacks infrastructure, soccer tradition and budget, but a strong foundation of human rights. FIFA’s choice to host the 2022 World Cup in Qatar violates essential human rights, is based on bribery and it’s expected to abuse migrant workers. Historically, homosexuality has always been illegal...

Skyline succumbs to Fresno, two Trojans still shine

Skyline succumbs to Fresno, two Trojans still shine

April 17, 2019

Skyline College women’s badminton team lost 16-5 against Fresno City College in the first home game...

2 Minute Read: Tiger’s Roar is Back

Daniel Archuleta, Sports Editor

April 17, 2019

3,955 days. Just about 10 years and 10 months ago. For me, I just remember being at home, wondering why two golfers are playing against each other on a Monday afternoon. It was the 2008 U.S. Open playoff featuring Rocco Mediate and Tiger Woods; the last time Woods won a major tournament. I knew from that moment watching Woods...

All Things Must Come to an End: The Oracle Story

All Things Must Come to an End: The Oracle Story

April 17, 2019

For generations, fans from all over the Bay Area have made their way to 7000 Coliseum Way to root for...

Masetti’s heroics give Skyline 3-2 win, series sweep of Gavilan

Masetti’s heroics give Skyline 3-2 win, series sweep of Gavilan

April 17, 2019

Third baseman Anthony Masetti’s RBI double in the ninth inning propelled Skyline to a 3-2 win, capping...

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