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Skyline’s badminton players qualify for State Conference

Skyline’s badminton players qualify for State Conference

May 9, 2018

Denise Trinh and her partner Lori Ng qualified for the California Community College Athletic Association...

Spring sports recap: badminton and baseball

Rachelle Lamb

May 5, 2018

Filed under Badminton, Baseball, Sports

Women's badmintonAs the spring semester at Skyline College comes to a close so does our sports teams' seasons. It is time to review how the women's badminton and men's baseball team did this season. The women's badminton team finished with a record of five wins and four losses in conference play. Coming up this Friday, May 4 a...

Skyline College Spring sports recap

Daniel Archuleta

May 5, 2018

Filed under Sports

Twelve female former Skyline athletes were inducted into the Skyline College Athletic Hall Of Fame on Saturday, March 24 in Skyline's first induction since 2011. Skyline College's Athletic Hall Of Fame was established in 1985 and has 125 inductees. All the inductees are enshrined with a plaque in Building 3 on the Skyline campus.&...

49ers schedule provides easy path for success

Rachelle Lamb

May 5, 2018

Filed under Sports

The San Francisco 49ers have been handed a fairly moderate schedule for the upcoming 2018 regular season. The San Francisco 49ers lack a difficult season schedule, and this could help propel them into playoffs for the first time since 2013.Even as the 49ers as a team is still in repair, they are on the rise. This is provid...

The San Francisco 49ers may be poised for a playoff

Diego Perez, TSV Staff Writer

April 30, 2018

Filed under Sports

The San Francisco 49ers are building for the future this off season, as they made a number of productive decisions to try and get themselves back in playoff contention. Jimmy Garoppolo’s contract extension was one of the first decisions made by the 49ers front office. They successfully locked him up...

Bust or break?

Rachelle Lamb, TSV Sports Editor

April 29, 2018

Filed under Sports, Sports opinions

On April 26, 2018, the National Football League (NFL) held the first round of the draft. In this round there were 32 different selections. However the question people had, was what the Cleveland Browns are going to do with first pick of the draft. The first draft pick is very sacred, because you can essentially choo...

Who should be the NBA’s next MVP?

Rachelle Lamb, TSV Sports Editor

April 19, 2018

Filed under Sports, Sports opinions

Now that the NBA’s 2017- 2018 regular season is now in the books, there were a handful of players that stood out and could rightly be the new MVP. This distinguished award is given to a player whose statistical and physical presence made the biggest impact on the court. This is a pretty tight race because there are several...

Could this be the Sharks’ year?

Could this be the Sharks’ year?

April 19, 2018

The 2017-2018 San Jose Sharks are looking to earn their first championship in franchise history as the...

Skyline emerges victorious against Gavilan

Skyline emerges victorious against Gavilan

April 18, 2018

Skyline looked to turn their season around as they sealed their first conference series win, finishing...

NBA Playoffs preview

Rachelle Lamb, TSV Sports Editor

April 14, 2018

Filed under Basketball, Online Exclusive, Sports

The most anticipated event in professional sports is now upon us: the NBA playoffs. The eight top teams from each Western and Eastern conference will play each other in a series of seven games. In this first round of the playoffs the higher seeded teams will play host to the lower seeded team. I would like to predict who...

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