Swimming: Small team hopes to make up for key losses to graduation March 5, 2020 — by Neeti Badve and Jonathan Li With the addition of a new coach, swimmers aim to place higher within their league. read more » Sophomore soccer star has played against top national and international competition March 5, 2020 — by Andy Chen Sophomore Etienne Cassanova keeps his edge through consistent practice, self-discipline and time management. read more » Fantasy Football teaches football knowledge February 13, 2020 — by Jun Lee While playing with friends, I learned all the rules and positions about football, though I did not know anything about football before read more » Girls’ basketball: Falcons hope to be healthier for CCS February 11, 2020 — by Kevin Sze and Alex Wang The girls are trying to close out their season strong, but injuries have plagued the team. They have already qualified for CCS after a strong preseason. read more » Basketball team puts together three-game winning streak February 10, 2020 — by Jonathan Li and Viraaj Reddi Falcons look to sustain stellar defence and hot shooting en route to win league read more » Falcons look for another CCS run despite loss of offensive firepower February 10, 2020 — by Oliver Ye With the loss of major starting lineup players, the boys’ volleyball team looks to make major adjustments read more » Boys’ tennis resumes with solid returning players February 10, 2020 — by Preston Fu and Andrew Lee The Falcons look forward to another strong season coming off of their positive performance during the previous season, but hope to gain more in CCS read more » Boys’ golf looks to build on last year’s historic success February 10, 2020 — by Kevin Sze and Alex Wang After a record-breaking year where the team qualified for States and NorCals, the team hopes that the younger players can step in and fill the roles vacated by two graduating seniors. read more » Badminton team starts more rigorous training February 10, 2020 — by Cici Xu and Christine Zhang Falcons have their sights set on remaining in the upper division and sending star players to CCS. read more » Trash talking in sports can be OK if it doesn’t go too far February 10, 2020 — by Jonathan Li Referees crack down, but sometimes good-natured, heated competition is what makes sports fun. read more » firstprevious...102030...3839404142...5060708090...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.