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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...

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...

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...

Women Play for Less

Nellyana Altuve Rojo, Guest Writer

March 14, 2019

No matter what you wear or what you decided to major in sometimes, wearing your woman’s skin will be reason enough to earn 72.73 percent less than men. The gender leadership gap and the difference in salaries between women and men is a reality. Yet, society sees sports as a field where only men succeed. The idea that men are...

Women’s Soccer is getting better

Women’s Soccer is getting better

November 29, 2018

The Skyline women’s soccer team did not make the playoffs, but they had a productive 2018 season; their...

Skyline moves to 5-1 at home

Skyline moves to 5-1 at home

October 28, 2018

The Skyline men’s soccer team beat the Santa Rosa Junior College Bear Cubs, on Oct. 16, with a strong...

Trojans are pummeled by Hartnell

Diego Emilio Perez, Sports Editor

October 9, 2018

The Skyline women’s soccer team was beaten to a pulp by the Hartnell Panthers in their home game on Tuesday evening; the final score was 7-0. Starting the game versus Hartnell, the Trojans were looking to continue playing the solid defense they exhibited in their last two games, but they were unable to get it done. The...

Missed opportunities cost Skyline a home win

Daniel Archuleta, Guest Writer

September 27, 2018

Skyline Men's soccer team was unable to find the back of the net in their Sept. 25 game against the Hartnell Panthers, leading to a scoreless draw. Right before the opening whistle, both teams seemed eager to get off to a strong start with "first five!" being yelled by the Skyline huddle and Hartnell countering with "intensity." Early...

Lopsided halves result in draw against Los Medanos

Diego Emilio Perez, Sports Editor

September 17, 2018

The Skyline women’s soccer team played their second home game of the season against the Los Medanos Mustangs on Tuesday evening. After a hard fought game, it ended in a draw with both teams scoring two goals. The Trojans had a rocky start to the season. Starting the season with no wins and three losses, they lost by a large...

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