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Boys Water Polo wrapped up their 2021 season with plenty of accolades under their belt. First in Sea View Leagues, the boys made it all the way to CIF Semi-Finals, where they lost by a margin of only 1 point.

Boys Water Polo Triumphs in Sea View League

Anna Ho, Staff Writer November 18, 2021

Winning 20 games in a single season is no small feat. Winning 8 of your 9 league games and climbing to first place in the same season--all the more challenging. For months the players have been training...

Weston Port (9) hopes to keep up his hard work and love for the game, for many more years to come.

Freshman on Varsity Receives Five College Offers

Sofia Bello, Staff Writer November 7, 2021

Train, sleep, football, repeat. His life and dream since a young age.  Weston Port, a freshman on the varsity football team, has received full ride scholarships from five colleges. The University of...

Returning varsity players gather with the new girls, taking pictures in their varsity shirts and pajama bottoms.

Waking Up on the Soccer Field: An Eventful Morning for 12 Girls

Kaitlyn Kittredge, Feature Editor November 7, 2021

It was 5:30 in the morning. Two girls rushed into her bedroom: familiar faces. Screams were heard. “Get up! Get up!” Suddenly, it became dark. A blindfold covered her eyes. What she saw when the blindfold...

Neel Chintamaneni (10), Jack Hinrichs (10), Brody Averell (11), Fritz Melchert (11), and Jonah Lee (11) dribbling their basketballs around in-between classes.

Push-Ups. What’s the Reason? Basketball Season.

Kaitlyn Kittredge, Staff Writer November 7, 2021

Noticing lots of guys doing push-ups on campus? It’s not just to impress. The boys basketball challenge began Monday, October 18, and is to continue through Friday, November 5.  Before the last two...

The marching band walks on the field to play the national anthem for the homecoming game. They play at every game and will preform the half time show again at the Mission Viejo game on October 22.

Keeping Pace With Marching Band

Alyssa Morrone, Staff Writer October 14, 2021

During every football game, the drumline leading the team out to play the national anthem with the marching band is the signifying moment that officially begins the game. Here at San Juan Hills, our marching...

San Juan Hills defeats Capo Valley High School in exciting homecoming game. It was the teams second win of the season with a score of 66-13, breaking the school record of most points scored in a game.

Game On: Sports Seasons Begin at San Juan Hills

Jocelyn Serlin, Staff Writer October 14, 2021

With the return to campus this fall, students and athletes eagerly anticipate their favorite sports kicking off their seasons. Here is everything you need to know regarding San Juan Hills’ athletic programs. Football:...

Cat Conlisk (12), practices with teammates at an away game against Santa Margarita high school. Just weeks ago, Conlisk committed to Seattle University, where she will continue pursuing volleyball with a brand new group of players.

Volleyball Player Catherine Conlisk to Set Grounds at Seattle University

Eva Smedeby, Staff Writer September 7, 2021

Catherine Conlisk, senior and Varsity volleyball player for SJHHS, has formally committed to Seattle University. Catherine has been competing for several years now, starting her volleyball career at...

Athletes at San Juan Hills High School are encouraged to embody the CIF principles by both the community and their athletic directs and coaches throughout their high school experience, both on and off fields and courts.

The Honorable Athlete

Alyssa Morrone, Staff Writer September 4, 2021

What elevates an athlete to being honorable according to California Interscholastic Federation (CIF)? It is not the number of wins you get for your team, nor the level of skill you display on the field....

Haley Juarez (10) and Ashley Petersen (9) taking team pictures as track season comes to an end, one of the last times this school year wearing their uniform.

Track and Field: The Final Stretch

Kaitlyn Kittredge, Sports Editor May 17, 2021

As the school year wraps up, the track season is coming to an end, leaving many athletes satisfied with all the new records they accomplished this year.  From heavily improved personal records to receiving...

SJHHS Varsity tennis player Kaia Wolfe (11) wins Singles League Champion title for the second time since her freshman year. The team ranked third in the South Coast League and will advance to CIFs next week.

Girls Tennis Rallies Through League

Sydney Wolfe and Samantha Freeman May 17, 2021

Yesterday, SJHHS Varsity tennis player Kaia Wolfe (11) won the title of Singles League Champion after an intense match against Aditi Patel (10) from Tesoro. This is Wolfe’s second time winning singles...

Junior Varsity cheerleaders practice on the lower basketball courts. During practice and at the games, the students are required to be both masked and distanced. Cheerleaders have been able to attend football games both at home and away and even had their own senior night along with the football team.

Cheer Brings Back School Spirit Despite a Tough Season

Sydney Wolfe, Staff Writer May 2, 2021

With the five-game football season coming to a close, cheer wrapped up their season on the sidelines. Earlier this year, however, the team faced many challenges that halted them from having a conventional...

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