Badminton team struggles May 5, 2014 — by Lauren Louie After an exhausting battle against Milpitas on April 29, the badminton team emerged victorious with a close 16-14 win. As of May 1, the Falcons have a record of 5-2 and in sixth place in the SCVAL A league. read more » Girls’ lacrosse readies for upcoming league championships May 5, 2014 — by Jade Bisht and Jane Park After beating Los Gatos on May 2 with a score of 12-4, the girls’ lacrosse team has secured a spot in playoffs and are currently seeded fourth in CCS. read more » Boys’ golf team advances to CCS May 2, 2014 — by Melissa Magner and Oksana Trifonova At the league finals on April 29 at the Santa Teresa Golf Course, senior Christian Galvin, the Falcons’ No. 1 player, became league finals champion. read more » Softball: Team reflects on strengths and rallies back for CCS May 2, 2014 — by Gitika Nalwa and Vibha Seshadri The softball team is currently tied for second in the De Anza league, with a league record of 5-2 and an overall record of 12-8. With CCS starting on on May 21, the team has begun preparations, working specifically on its defense. read more » Strong finish to the track season May 2, 2014 — by Gwynevere Hunger and Nupur Maheshwari After joining the lower El Camino Division El Camino Division this spring, the track team gained more success than in recent years. The boys ended with a 5-1 record, and the girls were 2-4. read more » Baseball: Team crushes undefeated Wildcats May 1, 2014 — by Allison Lin The Falcons are picking up momentum for league playoffs and CCS. The team is currently tied for fourth place with the Homestead Mustangs in the De Anza League and has an overall record of 15-7. read more » Boys’ tennis to contend for CCS title May 1, 2014 — by Jihau Yu After finishing its regular season with a record of 17-0 overall and 12-0 in the De Anza league, one of the most competitive leagues in the area, the boys’ tennis team is focused on winning Division 1 CCS playoffs, which will start May 9. read more » Tennis star’s path to Princeton May 1, 2014 — by Anant Rajeev and Jihau Yu Down a set two games to three, senior Kial Kaiser focused his eyes on the ball as he prepared to serve. Time seemed to freeze as he threw the ball in the air, his eyebrows frowned in intense concentration. read more » Faylors follow father’s footsteps in football May 1, 2014 — by Miles Albert and Tiffany Zheng What does it mean to play football all the way to the pro level? “I have had seven knee surgeries, a shoulder surgery, degeneration and stenosis in my neck, two lower fractures in the lower spine, and have broken both hands several times in addition to fingers. I’ve had my front teeth busted out and received 12 stitches in my left arm from a large gash. Besides that, I feel good.” read more » Sports Profile: April Schindler April 21, 2014 — by Anant Rajeev Junior Olympics: April Schindler Name/Grade: April Schindler/9th grade Sport: Track Years playing the sport: 4 years Hours of training each week: 13 hours read more » firstprevious...1020304050...128129130131132...140150160170180...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.