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Soccer teams fall short in NCS

Soccer teams fall short in NCS

Andrew Evans and Eric Yee

March 19, 2013

The men and women’s soccer teams represented Cal’s winter sports in the NCS.   But both teams fell short of winning it all as the men’s team lost in the semifinals, while the women’s team lost in the second round. The men’s team earned the seventh seed in the NCS, and fourth place...

Cal soccer fights deep into NCS

March 15, 2012

by Eric Yee, online editor The women’s soccer team made a deep push in the playoffs this year, exceeding their expectations before losing to eventual NCS runner-up San Ramon Valley in the semifinals. Cal finished the season with a record of 12-4-5, which was good enough for fourth place and the No. 4 seed in NCS. The top four seeds all were from EBAL. In the ...

Grizzlies hot and cold with weather

February 6, 2012

by John Sexton, Sports Editor Men’s Basketball Cal High’s hoopsters have had a rollercoaster of a season. The Grizzlies opened league with a three-game winning streak, only to be hit with a five-game losing streak that the team finally snapped last Tuesday against Livermore by a score of 74-60. San Ramon Valley was the latest team to ta...

Winter sports raise temperature with hot starts

December 13, 2011

by Eric Yee, online editor Men’s Soccer Key Losses: Gianni Pagliuca, Guillermo Rivas, Diego Mejia Key Returners: Matt Goodman, Nathan Grixti Key Newcomers: AJ Jureki 2010 Record: 17-0-5 Coach: Chris Faidley This years men’s team is picking up where they left off last year. ...

Senior shakes up Earthquakes

November 9, 2011

Tessa De Vilbiss Staff Writer It is a fact that playing a professional sport in front of thousands of screaming fans decked out in their team’s colors chanting “Go!” would be a dream come true. One of Cal High’s students is on his way to living this dream. Meet senior Chad Radulovi...

Concussions a growing concern

September 21, 2010

Picture by CJ DeRuyter By Alex Kinnee Concussions don’t seem to be a common concern in the minds of teenagers, but with head injuries becoming increasingly more apparent in high school sports, it is clear that preventative measures must be taken. “I couldn’t remember about a month when ...