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

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

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The Padres play at Petco Park. The stadium is located in Downtown San Diego and is home to the San Diego Padres.

San Diego Padres Ramp Up for Upcoming MLB Season After a Strong Run in 2022

Levi Underwood, Staff Reporter Jan 25, 2023

With the 2022 year MLB season ending, teams have started drafting players for the upcoming season. The San Diego Padres are more excited than ever coming off a great 2022 season and beating the LA...

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Joe Musgrove heads off the field. Musgrove is the pitcher for the San Diego Padres.

San Diego Padres are Three Wins Away from World Series

In a sports town that’s lost both its professional basketball and football teams to their northerly rival, the Padres have offered a glimmer of hope to San Diego’s faithful.
Nick Cepek, Executive Director Oct 21, 2022

After a quarter of a century, the San Diego Padres are back in the NLCS and just three wins away from reaching the World Series.  The Padres' season was marred by the loss of 2021 All-Star Fernando...

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The Sage Special Edition: Part 1

Nancie Huang-Ball and Narnia Choi May 24, 2022

Broadcast from May 24, 2022. Anchors: Nancie Huang-Ball, Narnia Choi. Stories Covered: Summer Nick on the Street; by Nick Cepek, Jacob Flecher. Bio Med Forbus; by Narnia Choi. Baseball/Softball;...

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The Sage: March 2, 2022

Kayley Teagle and Nick Cepek Mar 2, 2022

Broadcast from March 2, 2022. Anchors: Kayley Teagle, Nick Cepek. Stories Covered: PTSA Cooking Class Feature; by Jason Chase and Devyn Serrano. CTE Pathways; by Leo Ambrogelly. Spring...

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Keeping Up With The MLB

Cooper Hancock, Assistant Web-Editor in Chief Feb 4, 2022

Since December 2, 2021, Major League Baseball has been locked out. The collective bargaining agreement (CBA), the negotiated accord that governs almost every aspect of the working relationship between...

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The Braves swarm the pitcher’s mound following the final out of the World Series. Astros’ first baseman, Yuli Guerriel grounded out to Braves’ shortstop, Dansby Swanson to ensure their fourth championship as a franchise, their first since 1995.

The Atlanta Braves: A Loss of Playoff Hopes to World Series Champions

Cooper Hancock, Assistant Web-Editor in Chief Nov 9, 2021

Following a distasteful ending to their 2020 season, the Atlanta Braves blew a 3-1 series lead over the Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League Championship Series. The Dodgers would go on to win the...

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 Throughout 2021 Ohtani has been one of the top hitters in the entire MLB. Ohtani currently (at the time of publication) has 44 home runs and 93 RBIs.

It’s Sho-time in 2021

Cooper Hancock, Assistant Web Editor in Chief Sep 21, 2021

It’s all Shohei Ohtani in 2021 as most headlines read his name. A Japanese-born ballplayer currently has hit 44 home runs, while also holding an 8-1 record and 3.00 Earned Run Average (ERA) as a starting...

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The Sage Sports Updates

The Sage Sports Updates

Cooper Hancock and Nick Cepek May 26, 2021

Girls Varsity Soccer- CIF Playoffs The Girls had a 1-0 Win in penalties vs Santana High School during the first round of the CIF San Diego Section 2021 Girls' Soccer Championships. Sarah Cobb, the...

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Senior Nathan Brasher poses in his backyard with his Brown University shirt after deciding to commit to the college to play baseball. He and seven other players across the country were offered a chance to play for the ivy league school. “Im committed as an outfielder for centerfield, and we also have a corner outfielder, a catcher, a short stop, and three pitchers as well,” Brasher said.

Senior Nathan Brasher Commits to Brown to Play Baseball

Miles Huerta, Staff Reporter Dec 2, 2020

Not everyone gets to go to college for something they love to do, but senior Nathan Brasher is able to do just that since committing to Brown University. He and seven other talented recruits from across...

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The Sage Sports Spotlight: Connor Blough

Jason Chase, Cooper Hancock and Nick Cepek Dec 2, 2020

Written by Jason Chase, Cooper Hancock, and Nick Cepek. The College Baseball recruitment process can be described as difficult in the best of times, but fighting for the attention of colleges amidst...

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NBA players stand with the Black Lives Matter movement by wearing phrases in place of their names. Most NBA players have opted to wear phrases.

Pro Sports Stand with Black Lives Matter

Pro sports supporting Black Lives Matter has made an impact on all viewers, especially a younger generation because they have seen a  glimpse of peaceful protests on a national scale.
Erik Larsen, Staff Reporter Oct 20, 2020

2020 has been a year of tribulation for every major sports league in the United States. While COVID-19 has played a massive role in shaping the 2020 sports season, so has the Black Lives Matter movement. In...

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