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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

The Sage

The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

The Sage

9/17/18-9/21/18: Week in Photos

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  • Seniors enjoying their 30 minute break to hangout and mess around during lunch. Stationed right in front of Friday’s music station in the Academic Mall, Justin Morris, Bonnie Brasher and their collective friends never fail in making the most of their high school memories.

  • Sage Creek students crowding around to sign up for Staff vs. Students Flag Football game that will take place on Oct. 5th. The Flag Football Tournament is more recently transforming into a yearly tradition for the Bobcat Nation and sign-up’s to participate in the event will continue until Friday, Sept. 28.

  • Sage Creek’s girls tennis team conclude their game against Rancho Buena Vista with handshakes and smiles. The tennis team took home a win with a score of 16-2 against the longhorns and will be competing against San Dieguito Academy at 3pm this Thursday, Sept. 27.

  • Girls Golf teammates huddling around before competing against Vista High School on Tuesday, Sept. 18th.

  • Seniors listen in on Mr. Morales’ speech regarding personal wellness during Wednesday’s assembly. This assembly took place during the advisory period and took place in order to inform both the new and returning student body and staff how assembly procedures are to take place.

  • Mr. Morales welcoming the new campus officer during the assembly on Wednesday. Officer Kam Valentine is Sage Creek’s first ever full-time officer and will be patrolling our halls for the remainder of the school year in order to ensure safety and protect the students throughout the campus.

  • Freshmen girls enjoying the outside venue at the Big Night. Members of the Sage Creek tennis team came out to support the high school’s athletics department and encouraged some of their friends to come as well.

  • Annabelle Astleford makes her first hoop of the year at this years Big Night. Annabelle supported her basketball team by selling Sage Creek Spirit wear and hosting a mini basketball game for those in attendance to participate.

  • Students play ping pong at this years Big Night. The Big Night fundraiser is an annual event that takes place every year having food, activities and a variety of ways to support all of the different sports teams on campus.

  • Cross country coaches, Jacob and Rachel Feiring hold three 1st place plauqes at the conclusion of this past Saturday’s Dana Hills Invitational. The Sage Creek cross country team took a large collective win this past Saturday, Sept. 22, with both the boys freshman, sophomore and girls junior/senior teams all placing 1st.

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Jessica Tipton, Staff Reporter
Jessica Tipton is a junior at Sage Creek. This is her first year in journalism. She is so excited to learn and grow in this class. When Jessica is not reporting for The Sage you can find her in the dance room.
Bella Niems, News & Feature Editor
Bella Niems is so humbled to be an editor this year and can't wait to grow The Sage! Bella hopes to keep capturing the hidden stories and informing our student body.
Tristin Hoffman, Web Editor-in-Chief
As Web Editor-in-Chief this year, Tristin Hoffman is excited to watch The Sage flourish and is anticipating each and every journalistic adventure that will come the publications way! An employee at In-N-Out, filmmaker and music nerd, Tristin also loves to run and spend time with her loved ones.

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