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Exploring the game of Cornhole

Exploring the game of Cornhole

November 25, 2019

A game originally played in a playground in grade schools, cornhole is now becoming a professional sport....

Piergrossi’s Team is Young yet Poised

Daniel Archuleta, Editor in Chief

November 25, 2019

Skyline men’s basketball head coach, Justin Piergrossi has seen many different teams come through his program. Now in his 16th season, Piergrossi’s will have many challenges as he looks to lead his freshman dominant team that is filled with unknown potential. “Overall I’m pretty happy especially since we’re so young...

The Halfway Point of the NFL Season

Daniel Archuleta, Editor In Chief

November 25, 2019

As we head into the second half of the 2019 NFL season the San Francisco 49ers are by far the most surprising team, as they outlasted the Patriots being the last team to remain perfect. An astonishing start coming off the 4-12 record last season, so far, they look to be a lock to make the playoffs. Yet even in Oakland, the...

2 Minute Read: The Embarrassment of the USMNT

Daniel Archuleta, Editor in Chief

October 25, 2019

It has been more than two years since the United States men’s soccer team had its worst disappointment, failing to qualify for the 2018 World Cup. Yet in the team’s most recent match, a road shutout loss against the Canadians shows that the entire men’s team starting with the U.S. Soccer Federation down to the U.S. coa...

Skyline looks to step up after 3-0 loss Against CCSF

Cristian Garcia, Sports Editor

October 25, 2019

Skyline’s Men’s Soccer team had a heartfelt 3-0 road loss against City College of San Francisco back on October 18th. City College had the advantage with the smaller field compared the field Skyline is used to playing on. Skyline was scored on the first half at 19:30 by Armando Sandria and in the second half was scor...

Top Pitcher Face-Off, The Dark Horse Nationals Challenge The Strongest Astros

I-Wei Chang, Staff Writer

October 25, 2019

After three weeks of battle, the 2019 MLB World Series finally kicked off, the team that stood on the stage of the World Series after first two rounds was Washington Nationals and Houston Astros; this is the first time the Washington Nationals has entered the World Series, and 2017 Champion the Houston Astros after one year a...

Reality Football: How Real Fantasy Can Get

Reality Football: How Real Fantasy Can Get

October 3, 2019

The NFL season kicked off its 100th season back in early September. While the players on the field began...

Lesser Known Sporting Events

Mark David Magat, Editor At Large

October 3, 2019

Three Unique Sports and Sporting Events From Across the Globe When we think of sports we often think of the NFL, NBA, or MLB and in a lot of circles esports is also gaining ground on being a household known sport event as well. But these are only the tip of the iceberg for sporting events. Across the globe and ev...

Cup or Bust: This time for real

Marco Milani, Guest Writer

October 3, 2019

All of us Sharks fans remember how last season ended. A Game 6 loss in the Western Conference Finals against the eventual Stanley Cup champs St Louis Blues, after a rollercoaster of a season. The Sharks went to hell and back against the Vegas Golden Knights in round one. In Game 7, San Jose scored four unanswered goals in...

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...

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