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Fencing: So What’s the Point?

Lucas Winkler (right) is competing in a practice sabre fencing match against another member of his fencing club, Avant Garde Fencing. He travels to LA to practice 3-4 times a week.
October 2, 2017

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....

Good Vibes Happen in the Tides

Members of the Surf Team socializing before their pre-surf stretches at 204 beach.
October 2, 2017

Hitting the waves and the grades, these students are maintaining a good academic standing while doing a sport they love.   SJHHS’ surf team meets during zero through first period at 204’s, a beach...

Football Program Reevaluates Concussion Education for Players

SJHHS varsity defense players tackle the Capo Valley running back for another turnover on downs.
Concussion awareness at SJHHS increases following recent study on CTE.
September 20, 2017

On Tuesday, September 13, the athletic trainers held a presentation for football players to educate them on head injuries in recognition of National Concussion Awareness Week. In light of a recently...

Weight Training Program Prepares Athletes For The Season

Makayla Walders and Nicole Strauch log in to their assigned tablet and start their workout with some goblet squats while training with the new Alpha Athletics Program.
September 20, 2017

With the new changes in the athletic program, Alpha Athletics, is creating workouts tailored for each athlete's needs. Alpha Athletics is revolutionizing the idea of fitness by creating a different...

Why Harden Should Win the NBA MVP

Why Harden Should Win the NBA MVP
May 26, 2017

With the NBA regular season completed and the playoffs now in full swing, the debate about who should win the league’s most valuable player award remains a popular conversation among basketball fanatics. The...

Tracking the Field

Elle Brandt (12) readies up to run a 4x100 relay along with her teammates Mariah Bohl (10), Melanie Rooten (10), and Lauren Vissman (12). They got a time of 50.66 seconds and came in second.
May 4, 2017

Girls Lacrosse Bounces Back

Attackmen, Hannah Miller who recently signed with Division ll Rockhurst University, dodges a Dana Hills defender while going to goal.
March 17, 2017

After a successful season last year, which included becoming league champions, maintaining a 14 - 5 record, and moving up in leagues to South Coast, the future was looking good for the SJHHS girls lacrosse...

Varsity Baseball Season is in Full Swing

Chase Alen faces a pitch in the Stallion's first league game against Tesoro on Wednesday. The Stallions won 6-1.
March 17, 2017

With boys baseball season rolling around, the Stallions look to build off the successes of last year’s achievements and do something special. As last year's varsity baseball team made it to playoffs...

Stallion Scoop #1: Springing into March Madness

Stallion Scoop #1: Springing into March Madness
March 15, 2017 With March Madness quickly approaching, SJH Express sports editors Mia Jones and Gavin Aitken discuss their picks for...

Boy’s Volleyball Springs Into Season

Varsity captain Jared Tretter serves one of the many service aces the team gained against Villa Park High School. The varsity team won 3-1 at their first home game of the season.
March 8, 2017

With the conclusion of the winter sport’s season, this year has taken a turn into spring. With that comes new seasons for sports like baseball, softball, lacrosse, and boys’ volleyball. At SJHHS,...

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