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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

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2/04/19-2/08/19: Week In Photos

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  • Ms. Quinones, the choir director, holds up the Valentines grams sign on a windy Monday morning. Choir is selling Valentines grams until Feb. 13 to raise money for the choir program and spread a little love around the campus.

  • A group of choir students huddle in a circle with a guitar for Music Monday. Music Mondays are a weekly tradition where students in the music program gather either in the grassy field or in the academic mall to promote the band, orchestra and choir programs.

  • Boys varsity basketball players prepare for their game against Carlsbad High School. The Bobcats lost narrowly with a score of 60-51.

  • Ryan Harazim, a Sage Creek student, poses before the rivalry game begins. Sage Creek students formed their own blackout student section across from Carlsbad High School’s Loud Crowd.

  • A collective of students gather to begin their daily feast and consult of serious social and political topics. As a tradition, one from the group purchases DoorDash for everyone for lunch.

  • Theater Students take a break before singing their parts in this year’s school play, Les Miserables. That day was a vocal rehearsal in which all students were placed in the old 5000 building theater class. The cast has been rehearsing almost every day for the past few months.

  • Students and community members follow along with Mrs. Herrick as she teaches them to paint a beach scene. The Arts’s department held its annual paint night fundraiser on Friday to raise money for the program.

  • Before their game against High Tech High, the varsity boys soccer team held their senior night to congratulate all the boys for the hard work they have put in throughout this season.

  • Junior Cole Kirby gets into the zone as he waits for his opponent to be announced. This past weekend wrestlers Peter Rubin, Luke McLellan, Miguel Rojas and Cole Kirby attended the Division Four Championships. McLellan walked away with a tie for 5th in the 162 weight class and Cole Kirby took 2nd in the 128 weight class. Kirby will be moving onto Masters in San Marcos this Friday to compete against all division winners for a chance to go to State.

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Jenny Tucker, Staff Reporter
Jenny Tucker is a staff reporter for the 2018-2019 school year. When she is not writing or interviewing, she can be found running, reading, climbing a mountain or dying of laughter.
Noah Secades, Staff Reporter
Noah is a talented actor and broadcaster that was one of the key reporters for The Sage during at the Student Television Network competitions in Atlanta, Georgia and Anaheim, California. Noah is very excited about this year's Sage Publication and is ready to start reporting at any moment.
Sierra Jorden, Staff Reporter
Sierra Jorden is a staff member for the 2018-2019 school year. She has been a member of the Sage Creek yearbook crew for four years now and is excited to bring her knowledge to The Sage. When she isn't dying of laughter from absolutely anything, she is playing field hockey, eating pizza or dying again because she is an 83-year-old woman trapped in a teenage girl.
Kylie Valency, Editor-in-Chief
Kylie Valency is a senior. When she is not planning a new broadcast of The Sage or editing articles, you can find her on the wrestling mat. Kylie is excited to be apart of the third year of The Sage!

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