The Express

  • The Tan Band Wins Battle of the Bands

  • Sofia Votava Wins President's Volunteer Service Award

  • Skyla Setzler Wins 2nd in District Poster Competition

  • Battle of the Bands Winner to Play Concert at Lunch Friday

  • 2019 Stallion of the Year Nominees Announced

  • Lila Holley and Sierra Young In Top 15 of OC Register Varsity Artists

Tinker’s Talented Team Takes Second

Tinker’s Talented Team Takes Second

Kate Finman, News Editor

February 9, 2018


Filed under Sports

This season, the girls’ varsity golf team had an extremely successful season. They earned second place in the Sea View League with an overall record of 6-2. Coached by math teacher Jim Tinker, the girls practiced four to five days a week. They play nine holes on the 18-hole courses, which takes...

Boys Basketball Succeeding in League

Boys Basketball Succeeding in League

Logan Chavez, Video Editor

February 5, 2018


Filed under Sports

The SJHHS varsity basketball team is currently tied for second place in league with Mission with playoffs still in sight Overall this season, including pre-season and league, they are 11-13. In just league alone, they are 4-2. Varsity player Ben Edwards said, “We are gonna make CIF this year, and it’s gon...

Kickin’ It With Boys Soccer

Kickin’ It With Boys Soccer

Tatum Federman, Captions and Social Media Editor

January 22, 2018


Filed under Sports

Boys Varsity Soccer is a close knit team that works together on an off the field. The team consists of 26 boys and five coaches. Each coach supports the team by attending every game. The team practices  every week day after school unless there is a game. The year was off to a decent start in pre-s...

Boys’ Basketball Leaves the Court to Help the Homeless

Boys’ Basketball Leaves the Court to Help the Homeless

Kate Finman, News Editor

January 21, 2018


Filed under Sports

The boys’ basketball program at SJHHS spent part of their Thanksgiving break helping the homeless in the community. They partnered with Isaiah House, a homeless shelter in Santa Ana, which has been in operation since 1987. “It was inspiring to see what the people [at Isaiah House] were willing to...

Stallions Commit on Signing Day

Stallions Commit on Signing Day

Gavin Aitken, Boys' Sports Editor

December 20, 2017


Filed under Sports

  On November 15, five Stallion athletes officially signed their National Letters of Intent to continue both their academic and athletic pursuits at Division 1 colleges This is an annual tradition across the country.. Two of those athletes came from girls volleyball, with Katie Lukes going to...

Girls’ Tennis Rallies

Girls’ Tennis Rallies

Kate Finman, News Editor

December 1, 2017


Filed under Sports

The girls’ tennis varsity team at SJHHS took fourth in their league this season. They played in the Coast View League, which is the most advanced league in the area. Their overall record was 8-8. For junior Faith Lee, the highlight of her season was varsity’s 18-0 win against Costa Mesa High School....

The March of a Cubs Fan

The March of a Cubs Fan

Tatum Federman, Captions and Social Media Editor

October 30, 2017


Filed under Sports

The tensions were high at Wrigley Field as the Chicago Cubs and Los Angeles Dodgers played the third and fourth games of the National League Championship Series. Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs, is one of the oldest baseball stadiums, and has a strong fanbase that genuinely loves their team. Wa...

Girls Volleyball Goes Undefeated Once Again

Girls Volleyball Goes Undefeated Once Again

Gavin Aitken, Boys' Sports Editor

October 20, 2017


Filed under Sports

Girls’ volleyball picked up where they left off last season in league play, cementing their place as one of the most successful Stallion teams in recent memory. In the last two years, the Girls’ volleyball team has gone undefeated against conference opponents, winning an unprecedented 19 straight...

Commitment and Stallion Athletics: Is it too Much?

Commitment and Stallion Athletics: Is it too Much?

Grace Aitken, Op-Ed Editor

October 20, 2017


Filed under Sports

One of the many aspects of school life that SJHHS excels in is athletics. Even in the short amount of time the school has been around, our sports teams have qualified for CIF many times, and our boy's golf team has even won the CIF championship. But all of this success seems to come at a cost for the at...

E-Sports Athlete Races Ahead of Competition

E-Sports Athlete Races Ahead of Competition

Brendan Gibson, Staff Writer

October 14, 2017


Filed under Sports

As our society’s technology continues to advance, a new form of entertainment is becoming increasingly popular. Once reserved solely for hardcore computer nerds, esports, or competitive video gaming tournaments, now reach an estimated audience of 385 million people, and that number is only expe...

Fencing: So What’s the Point?

Fencing: So What’s the Point?

Grace Aitken, Op-Ed Editor

October 2, 2017


Filed under Sports

Once used as a way to wage war, sword fighting has evolved into more of a sport than anything else. Lucas Winkler, a sophomore at SJHHS, knows about this more than most, as he competes in sabre fencing. Fencing is a complex sport according to Winkler. “If you were to put it simply, it’s like rul...