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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

10/5/2020-10/9/2020 Week In Photos

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  • Sunflowers are growing at the Carlsbad Strawberry Company. During October the strawberry fields are turned into a pumpkin patch for the Halloween season.

  • Many political campaign yard signs are by a large intersection in Carlsbad. Many yard signs have been placed in public intersections as well as private yards in support of a large variety of candidates.

  • There are political signs outside of local Encinitas businesses. Many small businesses show their support for political candidates and movements by displaying signs and posters by their stores.

  • Local North County residents enjoy the sunset at Ponto Beach. The beach has been a popular place to go even after the outbreak of COVID-19 due to it’s outdoors nature.

  • Community members prepare to go into the Carlsbad Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze, requiring facial coverings at all times. The corn maze and pumpkin patch offer a safe unique fall experience, including the haunted corn maze at night on Fridays and Saturdays.

  • Basketball players are practicing their craft, while wearing masks and maintaining a safe distance. With parks reopening, it gives athletes the opportunity to practice their sport.

  • These two kids are wrapping up their afternoon surf session as they head up the stairs of Moonlight beach. Although school started back up at the end of August the weather on the coast is still great for surfing.

  • Establishments continue to change some of their rules and regulations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The community can look and follow signs stating, 6ft apart distancing, facial covering, one family per seating arrangement, and more.

  • As the date of the presidential election is getting closer by the minute, more people are encouraging each other to vote this November. The state of California is offering voting registration online, by mail, and in-person this 2020.

  • From the wooden staircase overlooking the beach, people can observe the coast’s beautiful skies, waves, and families enjoying their Saturday. With some COVID-19 restrictions being lifted the beaches continue to stay open, and the community remains socially distanced.

  • San Diego Padres look to advance in the postseason, but Dodgers outfielder Cody Bellinger had other plans. Bellinger robbed Padres star Fernando Tatis Jr. of a go-ahead home run in Game 2 of the NLDS and the Dodgers would go on to eliminate the Padres.

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Jason Chase, Co-Broadcast Editor-in-Chief
Jason Chase, a senior, returns to The Sage for his final year. He loves to enjoy a good baseball game and hang out with friends. He works hard and looks to improve the broadcast department and leave a long impression on The Sage.
Kayley Teagle, Co-Sports Editor
Kayley Teagle is a junior here at Sage Creek high school who has been a part of The Sage for three years. This year she is co-sports editor and is thrilled to continue enhancing the quality and legacy of The Sage. When not in front of the camera or editing Kayley can be found on the track or riding horses.
Lulu Horne, Staff Reporter
Lulu Horne is a Senior at Sage Creek High School and is currently in her third year as a Staff Reporter for The Sage. Outside of school she enjoys dancing classical ballet and performing cello with Civic Youth Orchestra. She enjoys reading fantasy and classics in her free time.

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