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Lopsided halves result in draw against Los Medanos

Diego Emilio Perez, Sports Editor

September 17, 2018

Filed under Soccer, Sports, Women's Soccer

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...

Is the new helmet rule a league foul?

Rachelle Lamb, Guest Writer

September 12, 2018

Filed under Showcase, Sports

The NFL has created a lot of controversy this off season, prompting fear and uncertainty about the league's future. The biggest concern from fans was over the helmet rule amendment that was approved by the league’s owners this May. The amendment was an effort to change the culture of tackling in the NFL, but the rule may...

Skyline women’s soccer team looks for success in San Luis Obispo

Diego Emilio Perez, Interim Sports Editor

August 31, 2018

Filed under Soccer, Sports, Women's Soccer

The Skyline women's soccer team's first pre-conference game of the season was scheduled to take place on Tuesday, Aug. 28 versus Merritt College, however, it has been postponed to Sept. 7 and will be played at Skyline — the game time is to be determined. Tuesday’s game would have been the first time this newly assembled team play...

French Open bans Serena Williams’ catsuit

Lauren Gozon, Interim Editor-in-Chief

August 31, 2018

Filed under Sports

The French Tennis Federation announced that they’re implementing new rules regarding players' uniforms for the 2019 French Open. President Bernard Guidicelli told Tennis Magazine that “sometimes we’ve gone too far,” referring to players’ attire. Attire will now be subject to a strict dress code, and unfortunately,...

In the Post: KSI vs. Logan Paul

In the Post: KSI vs. Logan Paul

Diego Emilio Perez, Sports Editor

August 31, 2018

Filed under In the Post, Sports, Sports Columns

  Celebrity sports events are as American as baseball but the recent bout between Olajide “KSI”...

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...

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...

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