Boys’ volleyball: Falcons win CCS title over Aptos May 20, 2015 — by Stefanie Ting The No. 11-seeded Falcons proved seedings don't mean much as they coasted to the championship. read more » Juniors show love of sports by working as referees May 20, 2015 — by Gwynevere Hunger Junior Kanaai Shah started refereeing soccer games in 2013 after completing an AYSO referee class with a couple of his friends. He recalls how his soccer career a number of years ago in AYSO motivated him to apply for the job. read more » Six members make CCS; two coaches leave May 20, 2015 — by Caitlin Ju Junior Vincent Faylor is one of 12 individuals and two relay teams who participated in SCVALs; of the 12, six qualified for CCS. Among them were senior Steven Sum, who won both the 1600m and 3200m; junior Tanner Zuleeg, who placed first in shot put; and freshman Chloe McGhee, who placed sixth in the 300m hurdles. CCS will take place May 29 at San Jose City College. read more » Evan Lindeman named CCS Spirit of Sport Award Recipient May 14, 2015 — by Allison Lin The California Interscholastic Federation uses these characteristics to define the best and most honorable high school athletes. The award acknowledges one male and one female student-athlete during each season of sport from 10 sections in California. Chosen winners exemplify principles of pursuing victory with honor, are active in school and community service and exhibit leadership qualities. read more » Volleyball wins first CCS playoff game vs. Valley Christian May 13, 2015 — by Stefanie Ting Joel Schneidmiller had 37 kills to lead the Falcons. read more » League champion tennis team aims for CCS victories April 27, 2015 — by Kevin Chow and Eric Sze The varsity tennis team played its last league game against Homestead on April 19, seizing another victory with a score of 5-2. The Falcons’ league record is now 11-1, making them the De Anza League champions for the second consecutive year. The team hopes to go advance further this year than last year at CCS. read more » Baseball: Falcons battle adversity to finish strong in league April 26, 2015 — by Allison Lin A rebuilt Falcon team has been battling adversity ever since the league season began. With so many new players, they have managed to overcome an early losing streak and win most of their recent games, putting them in a position to win playoff games against top teams. read more » Boys’ volleyball on track for CCS April 26, 2015 — by Stefanie Ting and Isabelle Tseng The boys’ volleyball team is making a strong push for a CCS bid, standing 9-0 in the El Camino League as of April 24 and having lost only set all season (that one to Los Altos). In order to make CCS, the Falcons must win league, which is a goal well within their reach. read more » Gifted Chinese swimmer brings speed to swimming team April 24, 2015 — by Stefanie Ting and Rachel Zhang Roughly 100 out of the China’s 1.4 billion population train with China’s national swim team. Junior Jack Xie, a recent transfer, was one of these elite swimmers at the age of 13. read more » Falcons fight to maintain strong season April 23, 2015 — by Ariel Liu and Rachel Zhang These past few weeks have been tough for the Falcons. Facing loss after loss, the team that once stood with a perfect record at the start of the preseason has crumbled as the weeks have progressed. Their current league record is 1-5. read more » firstprevious...1020304050...108109110111112...120130140150160...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.