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Victory Over Aliso Niguel, Stallions Win Third League Title in Five Years

Joaquin Serrato, Multimedia Editor November 4, 2022

Pink in the stands and poise on the turf, the Stallions finished victorious against Aliso Niguel High School, resulting in a final score of 31-14. Despite an 0-7 start to the season, with this result,...

Sophomore quarterback, Gianna Ioja, looks down field to find an open receiver to throw to. The Stallions battle in a double header versus Mission Viejo High School and Woodbridge High School.

Girls Flag Football: Yeah, It’s a Thing

Sydney Hogancamp, Feature Editor October 20, 2022

Flag football is finally an addition to high school sports but…for girls. The Matt Leinart Flag Football League has opened the door for teenage girls to play flag football through their individual high...

The San Juan Hills Marching Band, rests during football home game against Santa Margarita 
Catholic High School.

Marching Band Continues to Bring the Fun to Friday Night Lights

Sofia Bello, Photo Editor October 19, 2022

Marching Band, the life of that party at football games. During games, the marching band gets everyone involved, encouraging them to have fun and help cheer on the team. Marching Band is made up of...

Quarterback Michael “Butter” Tollefson (10), rushes the ball towards the end zone. Despite being surrounded by opposing defenders, Tollefson’s carry results in the first Stallion touchdown of the night.

San Juan Defeated by Rivals in Battle of the Bell Football Game

Joaquin Serrato, Multimedia Editor October 6, 2022

On Friday night, the Battle for Bell game, annual rivalry football clash against Tesoro, concluded with the Titans victorious 30-15. The Stallions put up a tough fight against the dreaded rivals down Los...

The varsity football team proudly enters the Badlands prior to playing in the homecoming game. Though the Stallions lost the game, stands were full of excited students and parents.

Stallions Look Ahead After Loss to El Modena at Homecoming Game

Joaquin Serrato, Multimedia Editor September 27, 2022

Going into Homecoming night, the Stallion football team was 0-5 and eager to get their first win (0 wins and 5 defeats). Unfortunately, the team was not able to pull off the win they hoped for, ending...

After signing their National Letters of Intent in the fall, officially committing to various colleges, many seniors are set to advance to the collegiate level and continue their athletic careers into the next chapter of their lives.

Student-Athletes Further Their Athletic Careers Into College

Sydney Wolfe, Photo Editor April 24, 2022

As the end of the school year approaches, seniors are preparing to end a significant chapter in their educational careers. While many are ready to leave high school behind and start a completely new chapter...

The team celebrates as they score a point during their season game. With an over-arching record this season unlike another, they have have much to be celebrate.

Boys Basketball Finishes Best Season In the Team’s History

Alyssa Morrone, Staff Writer March 14, 2022

Boys Basketball finished their last game of the season, bringing a close to what has easily been the best season the team has ever seen. With a winning record of 27-5, the previous record being 16,...

The team smiles for a photo after their victory against Yucaipa who was ranked #1 in the division at the time.

Girls Water Polo: CIF Final

Sofia Bello, Staff Writer February 8, 2022

Ready or not here they come.  With the CIF finals coming up on February 19th, the Girls Water Polo team is ready to dominate. “We’ve had our eyes on winning CIF for a while and know that we have...

Varsity team captain, Mark Reichner (12), scores a point in their January 28 game against El Toro. San Juan won 70-51, in an impressive senior night. This win followed a streak of victories for the varsity boys basketball team, who have been unstoppable, clinching the Sea View League Championship.

Boys Basketball is Unstoppable

Anna Ho, Staff Writer February 8, 2022

It’s undeniable. Boys varsity basketball is on fire this season.  The team is currently 23-4, winning by margins of up to 40 points. On Friday, Jan. 28 the team dominated over El Toro High School,...

Student-athlete Cassidy Segrell (11) playing for her club soccer team, Strikers FC through a swarm of opposing players.

A Day in the Life of a Student-Athlete

Jocelyn Serlin, Sports Editor January 23, 2022

Wake up. School. Sports. Repeat. With seventeen different athletic programs at San Juan Hills High School, a huge population of students are student-athletes. Cassidy Segrell is a junior on the track...

Recently, gymnast Kaylee Larson (11) competed in an international tournament in Baku, Azerbaijan. She returned to the United States victorious, placing 11th internationally for her age group and gender division.

Gymnast Triumphs Internationally After Surgery Recovery

Nikki Iyer, Staff Writer December 12, 2021

She started as an alternate for the team, but climbed her way to 11th place internationally. Through a broken leg and warrior-type recovery, the sky's the limit for junior Kaylee Larson’s gymnastics...

Senior varsity soccer player and flag football participant Sam Gugliuzza makes a run for SJHHS BLUE.

Girls Soccer Competes in Flag Football League

Jocelyn Serlin, Staff Writer November 18, 2021

Flag football leagues have been around for years… for boys.  Other than the occasional powder puff game, flag football for girls in high school has been virtually non-existent.  The Matt Leinart...

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