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

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

The Sage

The Sage: September 29, 2021

Broadcast from September 29nd, 2021.

Anchors: Nick Cepek, Jacob Fletcher.

Stories Covered:

Local Farmers Markets
by: Jason Chase.

Are Dances Going to Happen?
by: Nadia Razzaq, Austin Jew, Tomiris Gumar.

Sports Segment.
by: Cooper Hancock.

NBA 2K22 Review.

by: Samuel Daher.

Intro Music:
Shaii by Geoxor

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About the Contributors
Nick Cepek, Executive Director
Nick Cepek is a senior in his fourth year of The Sage. This year he is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of The Sage website and broadcast section.
Jacob Fletcher, News & Feature Editor
Jacob Fletcher is a senior editor returning to The Sage. When not writing features on local businesses or photographing the California lifestyle, he enjoys listening to music, traveling, and eating.
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.
Leo Ambrogelly, Co-Broadcast Editor-in-Chief
Leo Ambrogelly is a senior at Sage Creek. He enjoys writing investigative pieces on topics he finds interesting. When he’s not writing or editing, he is tinkering with tech or reading.
Benz Lopez, Staff Reporter
Benzrussel Lopez, a senior, returns for his third year of polishing up The Sage, and he’s passionate about making it look even better. Benz enjoys wasting his free time on video design, on R6 or FFXIV, or letting his inner extrovert rage. He declares himself a proud and avid enthusiast of audio, computer mouses, mechanical pencils, public transit, and Thai tea. Benz hopes to spark fire into those at Sage Creek who are interested in video and animation.
Nadia Razzaq, Web Editor-in-Chief
Nadia Razzaq is honored to be Web Editor-in-Chief during her final and fourth year with The Sage. This year, she hopes to foster and welcome unique perspectives to the publication. Outside of her work, she loves photography and road trips.
Cooper Hancock, Assistant Web Editor-in-Chief
Cooper Hancock is a senior and is returning to The Sage for his fourth year. Typically, an avid sports writer, he is excited to try new things as Assistant Web Editor-in-Chief this year. You can find him on the soccer field or in the bleachers at an MLB game. He once again hopes to further the quality of The Sage.
Austin Jew, Broadcast Editor-In-Chief
Austin Jew is currently a Junior renewing his role as Broadcast Editor-In-Chief for the 2023-2024 school year. Austin, in his free time, enjoys editing and playing games.
Tomiris Gumar, Executive Director
Tomiris Gumar is a senior and Executive Director for The Sage. In her free time, she goes to Carlsbad Village to support local businesses and enjoy blueberry cheesecake ice cream on the beach in the company of her close friends.
Samuel Daher, Broadcast Editor-In-Chief
Samuel Daher is a senior and Co Broadcast Editor-in-Chief for The Sage. Samuel gives diligent and newsworthy stories and broadcast packages while leading his peers to become sophisticated broadcast journalists. In his free time, he enjoys reading, playing the piano, video games, basketball, and writing his creative movie and book ideas.

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