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Quarterback Timmy Herr is in his throwing motion, targeting a receiver to his left in a CIF-Semi Final game. This season was Herr’s first at SJHHS. The lefty quarterback liked the welcoming environment at San Juan Hills. “A good thing that stood out is [that] right when I got here, everyone treated me as family. I just got welcomed in by the coaches and the players right away. It was easy to build a bond with the team and the coaches,” said Herr.

2023 Stallion Football Recap

Joaquin Serrato, Sports Editor December 13, 2023

11 wins and two losses was the record for Stallion Football this season in 2023. It was an improvement to say the least from the previous two seasons. In 2021, the win total was three while in 2022 it...

Safety Gemma Goldman (9) leaps up for the ball in their game against Mater Dei. The play ended up resulting in a pick six. They won the game 12-6, which made Goldman’s touchdown crucial in the winning effort.

Girls Flag Football Season Recap

Riley Savage, Staff Writer December 8, 2023

The SJHHS Girls Flag Football team put in long hours throughout their fall season to make sure they had the best outcome possible. Not only did they win numerous games, but they created unimaginable relationships...

Attentively coaching the cheer team, Katie Pender helps prepare the team for the Homecoming Pep Rally. Varsity cheerleaders, Kate Warezak (12), Sidney Campbell (11), and Kennedy Canizales (12) practice making a V-like formation in preparation for the rally.

Jumping Deeper Into a Cheerleader’s Life

Madison Wolikow, Staff Writer November 8, 2023

Hard work, dance routines, and pom poms. Stallion Cheer practices rigorously to put on a show between downs and quarters.  Each week entire class periods are devoted for cheerleaders to work together...

Athletes from schools all over the district collected at San Juan Hills High School for a meet. The long-distance runners prepare for the sound of the horn, adjusting their starting stance.

Freshman Cross Country Team Places Second at Clovis Invitational

Riley Savage, Staff Writer October 15, 2023

Cross Country is a sport that takes a lot of preparation and determination. However, for the San Juan Hills Freshman Cross Country team, the preparation has already started. The “Frosh” team competed...

Aubrey Meis (9) strikes the tennis ball with her racket, launching it towards her opponent. The freshman has not lost a match yet while competing for the varsity tennis team. Playing tennis is not always easy. “I hit the ball with a lot of pace, but I could play players that don’t give off any pace or are more like moon balling, and I don’t do as well with that,” said Meis.

Freshman Shines on the Tennis Court

Lucy Garibaldi, Staff Writer October 14, 2023

Freshman Aubrey Meis is on a winning streak, beating her opponents in every match she has played so far for San Juan Hills Varsity tennis.  Prior to high school, the young tennis prospect played other...

Head Coach Robert Frith stares and scans the opponent warming up before battle. This stare-down is done before every Stallion Football game by the coach and team. San Juan ended up winning the game improving 7-0 against Tesoro High School.

Family and Football: A Week With Head Coach Robert Frith

Joaquin Serrato, Sports Editor October 2, 2023

Repetition: The act or an instance of repeating or being repeated. This word is arguably the best way to describe the life of busy people. Stallion Head Football Coach, Robert Frith, is a busy person.  “It...

Nellie Foulger smashes a backhand at a T3Tennis on Wheels clinic. The focus of this drill is mobility on backhand deliveries

Where the Rubber Meets the Road on the Hardcourt

Vanessa Ortiz, Staff Writer September 22, 2023

Junior Varsity tennis player Madeline Castiglione (10), like most student-athletes, has a busy schedule. Volunteering at wheelchair tennis clinic occupies a spot in Castiglone’s full schedule. Keith...

 Receiver Sydney Hogancamp (11) carries the ball toward the end zone in a varsity tournament game. The Stallions ended up winning the game 12-6 over the Foothill Knights.

Girls Flag Football: CIF’s Newest Sport

Joaquin Serrato, Sports Editor September 22, 2023

Friday nights at high schools across the country, America’s sport is played. This is then followed by College football Saturdays and NFL Sundays. This is what Americans look forward to after a long work...

Matt Chance and Gwyenth Lyon stand proud holding their trophies they received after winning 4th place in the Women’s Shortboard and 6th place in the Men’s Longboard. Along with Chance and Lyon, the team won the Men’s Shortboard, Women’s Shortboard, and Women’s Longboard titles.

Six-Time Surf Series Champions Bring Trophies Home

Maureen Pike May 8, 2023

For the sixth time, the Surf Team won at the Scholastic Surf Series High School Team State Championships. They also won the Men’s Shortboard, Women’s Shortboard, and Women’s Longboard titles. Individually,...

Illustration depicting the controversy between sports and academics. To excel in both academics and sports can be stressful and take a toll on an student-athelete’s mental health. Graphic by Sydney Hogancamp

Balancing School and Sports: The Best of Both Worlds

Sydney Hogancamp, Features Editor May 3, 2023

Keeping up one’s grades in school can already be stressful, let alone trying to balance both academics and one’s athletic career. Student athletes face a vast amount of pressure from parents and teachers...

Amanda Edwards displays the ball she received after the tournament game when she surpassed 1,000 points.

Basketball Player Concludes High School Career with 1449 Points

Joaquin Serrato, Multimedia Editor April 29, 2023

One thousand, four hundred forty-nine. That’s the amount of points senior basketball player Amanda Edwards scored in her high school career. Edwards was a key contributor in the Stallions road to the...

Artwork illustrating several injuries that are common in sports such as concussions, ankle and wrist sprains, and knee pain. Time away from sports may vary, depending on how severe the injury is and can cause a major set back. Graphic by Sydney Hogancamp

The Dark Side of Sports Injuries

Sydney Hogancamp, Feature Editor April 19, 2023

With 19 different athletics programs to choose from at SJHHS, many students on campus find themselves involved in sports teams. Due to the constant exposure to physical contact at practices and games,...

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