Girls’ basketball works harder than ever in higher league January 26, 2015 — by Jenny Qian The team has been practicing harder than ever to compete in the highly competitive De Anza league. read more » Concussions interfere with senior’s field hockey involvement January 20, 2015 — by Kelly Xiao Dedication can only do so much when the body betrays an athlete. Senior Nidhi Vellanki understands this concept particularly well, having been left with a string of concussions and a torn ACL from playing basketball and field hockey. read more » Athletic trainer sees rewards in profession January 20, 2015 — by Caitlin Ju and Nupur Maheshwari SHS athletic trainer Liz Alves, who has been working in the position for seven years, helps provide diagnosis, treatments and emergency care year-round to all the school’s athletes. read more » Twins benefit from playing soccer together December 5, 2014 — by Emily Chen and Karissa Dong Play time together on the soccer field helps tighten the bond between twin sisters juniors Kaitlyn and Kimberly Chen, as they learn to get through tough moments and enjoy themselves during funny moments. read more » Rowers enjoy serenity, benefits of sport December 5, 2014 — by Gwynevere Hunger, Nidhi Jain and Vibha Seshadri Rowing, though a sport low-profile around campus, plays a crucial role in a several students’ lives. Its most attractive qualities, according to these students, are its meditative effect and rewarding benefits, such as the proud feeling of pushing their physical and mental limits. read more » Goalkeeper reflects on his years playing soccer December 5, 2014 — by Aditya Chaudhry and Helen Chen Due to disappointing moments like this last year, the Falcons finished with a 2-12 record and were pushed down to the lower El Camino League this year. Starting the ‘14-15 season, senior goalkeeper Edwin Chen has high hopes for improvement. read more » Soccer players who prefer outside clubs over school teams seek high levels of competition December 5, 2014 — by Aditya Chaudhry and Jihau Yu Two students discuss playing for soccer club teams rather than the school's teams. read more » Sophomore finds strength in parkour and free-running December 4, 2014 — by Shazia Gupta and Sweeya Raj Sophomore Derek Chen discusses participating in recreational parkour and speed running. read more » Football players make transition to basketball December 4, 2014 — by Andrew Jiang and Jihau Yu Although the boys’ basketball team has begun training to prepare for its upcoming season, the Falcons have been playing short handed. read more » Girls’ basketball: strong team bond beneficial for play on court December 4, 2014 — by Nidhi Jain and Vibha Seshadri The girls' basketball team's bonding events build the players’ relationships with each other and are important on the court. read more » firstprevious...1020304050...120121122123124...130140150160170...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.