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Joaquin Serrato

Joaquin Serrato, Multimedia and Sports Editor

Joaquin Serrato is a junior at San Juan Hills High School and this is his second year at The Express. He has ambitions to develop the sports section of newspaper Joaquin is often seen holding a camera on the Stallion Football sideline under the Friday night lights. His hobbies consist of watching sports, playing pickup basketball, and relaxing at home. Joaquin plans to attend a four-year university and has dreams of being a play-by-play sports commentator. 

 

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 In the Badlands, Isabel Sawyers (11) Marlowe Knudtson (11) show their school spirit at the “Battle of the Bell” football game. The game was SJHHS vs Tesoro and “Bright Out” themed.

High School Sports and Heckling

Joaquin Serrato, Sports Editor
February 9, 2024
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
Co-anchor Gavin Blackwell (12) is filmed inside the F Building studio. The students produce the anchor scenes for The Mane Event.

Behind The Lens of The Stallion Newscast

Joaquin Serrato, Multimedia Editor
February 16, 2023
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