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Girls soccer heads to CCS; boys soccer ends their season

Girls soccer heads to CCS; boys soccer ends their season

Jonathan Tran

February 23, 2016


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To cap off their season, the Bruins varsity girls soccer team will be advancing to the Central Coast Section playoffs, while the varsity boys team ended their season last Wednesday with a loss to Palo Alto. The varsity girls team had a record of 9-6-3 (win/loss/tie) overall, and 4-5-3 in the De Anza...

Girls soccer team falls short to Mountain View

Girls soccer team falls short to Mountain View

Olivia Brady

January 21, 2016


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The varsity girls soccer team fell short to the Mountain View Spartans this Wednesday, losing the game 0-1. Mountain View took the lead early in the game and maintained it throughout. “We could have picked it up in the first half, but we were able to hold the score where it was,” midfielder Jes...

Bruins basketball program shoots for an improved season

Bruins basketball program shoots for an improved season

Emily Grossman

January 7, 2016


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After strong pre-season performances, both the boys and girls basketball teams at SCHS expect the upcoming season in the El Camino league to follow suit. The boys hold a 6-4 pre-season record, while the girls are 9-2. For both squads, a mix of core returners and up-and-coming JV players appear to...

Australian basketball team took on Bruins

Australian basketball team took on Bruins

Cindy Le Nhu

December 13, 2015


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The Bruins varsity boys basketball team won their game last Monday with a score of 62-29. But not just against any team, they defeated Wesley College’s basketball team from Melbourne, Australia. Wesley College visited Northern California and set up basketball games against local schools. The Aust...

The SCHS football team returns to the De Anza league

Emily Grossman

December 1, 2015


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The Bruins football team will be leaving the El Camino league for the more competitive De Anza league next season, according to head coach Hank Roberts. In the De Anza league, the Bruins will face higher division teams such as Los Gatos, Milpitas,  and SCHS’s historic rival, Wilcox.   The ...

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