Sophomore shines in synchronized swimming despite disability October 9, 2015 — by Charin Park Despite difficulties from her disability, Erb’s palsy, sophomore Raquel Boales pursues synchronized swimming and competes at the national level. read more » New boys’ cross country coach propels team October 9, 2015 — by David Fan and Ami Nachiappan New boys’ cross country coach Scott Bang replaced former coach Dan Ambrico and JV coach Peter Jordan after both stepped down to pursue other interests. read more » Falcons sweep NCS teams in Battle of the Bay October 9, 2015 — by Allison Lin Shaking off a disappointing result in the Golden State tournament at Stanford that took place three weeks earlier, the members of girls’ tennis team regained their winning ways at the second annual Battle of the Bay tournament on Oct. 2-3. read more » Volleyball: Girls hang tough despite coach’s absence October 9, 2015 — by Elizabeth Lee and Claire Rhee In recent weeks, the volleyball team has been coping with a trying situation: Head coach Brad Frederickson has taken time off to support his son, 2004 SHS graduate Erik Frederickson, after he was involved in a serious car crash on the way home from a San Francisco 49ers opening game on the night of Sept. 14. read more » Field hockey loses to LG but maintains strong position in league standings October 9, 2015 — by Julia Miller and Vibha Seshadri Even though they have only 11 players, the field hockey team has been thriving this year in the De Anza league with a record of 4-1 as of Oct. 9. read more » Girls’ cross country loses key runners to injuries October 8, 2015 — by David Fan and Ami Nachiappan The Falcons ran the flat 2.1-mile Lynbrook course a second time on Sept. 29. Zeng placed first for the Falcons with a personal best of 14:02. read more » FIFA corruption disappoints soccer fans October 8, 2015 — by Jay Kim Bribery and the corruption of FIFA president Sepp Blatter has FIFA fans in frustration and disappointment. read more » Despite some appearances, golf really is a sport October 7, 2015 — by Oksana Trifonova What seems to be a lazy, easy-to-play sport can actually be one of the most difficult. A reporter details her experience with learning how to golf. read more » Wallace recalls his legacy made in sports at SHS October 7, 2015 — by Jenny Qian Ten years ago, current special education instructor and coach at SHS, Danny Wallace, was a star member of four teams during his senior year: football, volleyball, basketball and track. read more » Junior finds her niche in Crew September 22, 2015 — by Harshini Ramaswamy and Navin Tiwary A year ago, junior Hannah Payne struggled to find an extracurricular activity she could participate in. She found her niche in rowing. Payne, now a member of the Los Gatos Rowing Club, has been training at the Lexington Reservoir in Los Gatos for more than a year. read more » firstprevious...1020304050...110111112113114...120130140150160...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.