Team places second in league, heads to CCS November 12, 2014 — by Emily Chen and Shazia Gupta The Falcons secured a spot in CCS and placed second in the De Anza Division in the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League with a 2-1 overtime win over Cupertino on Nov. 7. read more » Boys’ water polo ends season with fifth place finish in League Tournament November 12, 2014 — by David Fan and Andrew Jiang The boys’ water polo team finished the season with a record of 1-11, placing sixth in the SCVAL League De Anza Division. read more » Falcons in a win-or-go home game against Palo Alto November 12, 2014 — by Jihau Yu Entering the game against Los Gatos on Nov. 7, the Falcons needed to win one of their last two games to qualify for CCS. read more » Runners aim to finish with their best foot forward November 12, 2014 — by Ashley Chen and Katherine Sun After three months of hard work racing at invitationals and league meets, the cross country team is now preparing for CCS Finals, a 3-mile race at Toro Park in Salinas on Nov. 15. read more » Girls’ water polo secures spot in CCS despite missing players November 12, 2014 — by Gwynevere Hunger and Stefanie Ting The girls’ water polo team finished third in the SCVAL League De Anza Division with a record of 7-5. After placing fourth in the League Tournament on Nov. 9, the team moved on to CCS as a No. 9 seed. read more » Junior pursues archery on competitive level November 12, 2014 — by Karissa Dong While movies like “The Hunger Games” and “The Avengers” kindled an interest in archery for many people, junior Yena Jeong picked up the sport “before the surge of movie- or novel-influenced archers.” Now a cadet female Olympic recurve archer, Jeong grew up watching archery in the Olympics and has been fascinated with the sport ever since. read more » Sophomore squashes opponents in little-known sport October 30, 2014 — by Emily Chen, Spring Ma and Ami Nachiappan Sophomore Aarushi Lakhotia excels in squash, a little-known indoor racquet sport. read more » Sophomore fencer competes internationally October 27, 2014 — by David Fan and Jason Zhao Sophomore fencer Eric Pei recounts his experiences of how he rose in the world of fencing. read more » Sophomore squashes opponents in little-known sport October 27, 2014 — by Emily Chen, Spring Ma and Ami Nachiappan Sophomore Aarushi Lakhotia excels in the little known game of squash. read more » FootGolf proves pointless to golfers and soccer players alike October 16, 2014 — by Fiona Sequeira and Arman Vaziri FootGolf is a trend being played at golf courses nationwide. A precision sport, FootGolf requires players try to kick a soccer ball into a proportionally sized hole in as few shots as possible. It is essentially golf played with a soccer ball instead of a golf ball. read more » firstprevious...1020304050...118119120121122...130140150160170...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.