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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...

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...

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...

2 Minute Read with Daniel Archuleta: Contend or Rebuild, the 2019 Giants

Daniel Archuleta, Sports Editor

March 22, 2019

Baseball is fast approaching and if the offseason symbolizes anything about the actual season itself, the San Francisco Giants are in for yet another disappointing season. For the first time this decade, the Giants have not made the postseason for the past two seasons and many critics around the league believe that they might...

The 2 Minute Read: Fan vs Player

Daniel Archuleta, Sports Editor

March 14, 2019

The NBA has a fan problem that has gone too far. This problem isn’t about ticket sales or low interest from an international market; those might be at an all-time high. The problem is fans sitting close to the court voicing more than just displeasure towards the actual game. The latest altercation between Oklahoma City...

The 2 Minute Read: Let’s Do That Hockey

Daniel Archuleta, TSV Sports Editor

February 27, 2019

The San Jose Sharks are really good. It’s a bit of an understatement considering they have only missed the playoffs twice since 2000 (2002-2003 and 2014-2015). But the vibe around San Jose is that this team might finally be "the team". The team to finally bring the Stanley Cup to the Bay Area. Frankly, it’s a shame that the B...

NBA Remains King

Daniel Archuleta, Sports Editor

February 20, 2019

Basketball has been on the rise in so many ways. Whether we are watching it on the court, following storylines on talk shows, or reacting to news breaking on Twitter, the NBA has taken over the NFL as the most talked about sport here in the United States. The branding that the NBA has implemented over the past few years has...

In the Post: Support the Trojans

Diego Perez

December 7, 2018

Community college sports are harshly underappreciated, many students complete their two years at a community college without ever attending a sports event. Skyline students need to show more support for the sports programs by attending more games. Sports are not for everybody, meaning there is a percentage of students who wo...

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