The Express

  • Football Defeats South Hills 42-7
  • "She Kills Monsters" Auditions August 27-29
  • Cheer Adds New Song Team
  • First Home Football Game Vs. Capo August 30 @7 in Badlands
  • Club Applications Available and Due Sept. 13
  • Boys Tennis Beats Mater Dei to Win Division 3 CIF Championships

College Proves to be No Sweat For Student Athletes

College Proves to be No Sweat For Student Athletes

Mekenna Szabo, Sports Editor

November 16, 2013

  A total of six SJHHS athletes signed letters of intent to play sports for major colleges and universities on Wednesday. A signing event was held in the Theatre Conference room where representatives from the colleges witnessed the signing and presented each student with a jersey or sweatshirt. ...

Girls’ Volleyball Defeats Laguna Beach High School

Girls’ Volleyball Defeats Laguna Beach High School

Chetana Piravi, Center Spread Editor

November 15, 2013

This week, Lady Stallions defeated Laguna Beach high school in the quarterfinals of CIF. The girls are very excited to make it as far as they did last year. “We just keep getting better and better every year,” said Hanna Wilson, who plays for the team. They won three games in a row, the scores ...

Girls Golf Team Rewrites Stallion History

Girls Golf Team Rewrites Stallion History

Shane Battis, Business Manager

October 11, 2013

Armed with three seniors, a junior, two sophomores and a freshman, the SJHHS girls golf team has returned for their most impressive season in the history of our young school. The girls won the Sea View League Championship last Thursday in a close match against Aliso Niguel High School and completed th...

Concussions Pose A Threat To High School Athletes

Concussions Pose A Threat To High School Athletes

Jenna Clemente, Staff Writer

October 11, 2013

Kids involve themselves in sports as a fun way to exercise, but they may not be aware of the risks they take when participating in sports. As harmless as it seems, kids who participate in physical activities have a higher chance of getting injured than kids who don’t play sports. 1.35 million you...

New Tennis Coach Named

New Tennis Coach Named

Mekenna Szabo, Staff writer

September 22, 2013

After about 15 calls to 15 different coaches, assistant coach Kim Chetney finally found a new coach, Michael Royale, only four days before school -- ending a slap-in-the-face moment for the girls tennis team when their coach unexpectedly quit after the second day of tryouts. The season started off with tenni...

Skate Team Drops Into SJHHS

Jenna Clemente, Editorial Editor

May 31, 2013

Next year, SJHHS will introduce its first skateboarding team. The team will be coached by Briand Parenteau and Licensed Liaison Contractors, and the skateboarding club will be advised by Greg Carlson, according to Carlson, the ROP Silk Screening teacher and volunteered his classroom for club meeting...

Boys Golf Finishes with Strong Hopes for Next Year Thanks to JV

Shane Battis, Centerspread Editor

May 1, 2013

In the season of 2010-2011, the boys Varsity Golf team won CIF for the first time setting the standard for the program in the years to come. However, the two best players of that season’s team, Eric and Owen, graduated after the historic victory and left the team. After two seasons of losing hope th...

Outstanding Track Athletes Gain Speed and Recognition

Outstanding Track Athletes Gain Speed and Recognition

Kimberly Sanchez, Feature Editor

May 1, 2013

There is no doubt that members of SJHHS track will be making it to State Championships this year. According to Cat Nolan, one of the track coaches, many athletes go “above and beyond.” They do this by “showing how hard they work.They watch what they eat. They watch what they do in their free ...

End of an Era: The Song Team Says Goodbye to SJHHS

End of an Era: The Song Team Says Goodbye to SJHHS

Brittany Christensen, Editor-in-Chief

March 27, 2013

Due to the fact the song team will be cut, current song-leaders must either try out for cheer, or go into dance. Ultimately the difference between cheer and song is that cheerleaders tumble and do stunts at games and song-leaders do the kick line and dances at halftime. Having two separate teams for such...

Cross Country Recap.

Kayla Parker-DiScala, Staff Writer

March 27, 2013

This year in Cross Country our school did great, our runners got 5th place overall in our division. This season went good for some of the runners. “This year went very well for me, I got my first varsity letter in Cross Country,” said Branden Duby, freshman. “I’d say our team did really good ...

Stallion Track Prepares for Home Events

Stallion Track Prepares for Home Events

Kimberly Sanchez, Feature Editor

February 13, 2013

“Track and field attracts the best athletes at a school and gives them the opportunity to compete at an elite level,” says Cat Nolan, girls head coach. Track and field is a competitive sport, not an alternative P.E. class. Being healthy from it is just a benefit and should not be the reason to j...

Roid Rage

Jessica Arzetti, Photo Editor

February 13, 2013

With the rise of competitive sports, steroids have become increasingly popular among ambitious high school athletes. Many athletes risk their lives in order to gain more wins than losses. Although some may see steroids in a positive way, the negative side effects outweigh them completely. “Researchers said...