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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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College Football Focus Provides Insight Into 2022 Rankings – Episode 1

Nick Cepek and Jacob Fletcher Nov 11, 2022

Hosts Nick Cepek and Jacob Fletcher discuss recent college football games and provide insight into possible outcomes for a variety of teams.

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Tom Brady Returns from Retirement

Julianna Miracco, Staff Reporter May 9, 2022

In February of 2022, Tom Brady, quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, announced his retirement after playing 22 years in the NFL.  Brady’s career began in 2000 when he was drafted for the New...

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Ranking the Top 10 Picks in the NFL Draft

For the second consecutive year, the Jacksonville Jaguars had the first overall pick in the NFL Draft. After giving up an average of 26.9 points per game during the 2021 NFL season, the Jaguars are trying to rebuild their defense with the selection of Travon Walker.
Nick Cepek, Sports Editor May 5, 2022

1. Jacksonville Jaguars: Georgia DE Travon Walker For the second consecutive year, the Jacksonville Jaguars had the first overall pick in the NFL Draft. After giving up an average of 26.9 points per...

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49ers fans, Peyton Miller (left) and Antwone Montanez (right) discuss Sundays game against the Rams. Fans of both teams remain optimistic ahead of the weekend.

NFC Championship Game: The Battle For California

This Sunday’s NFC Championship Game will not only settle the score between the Rams and 49ers, it will also decide who will represent the NFC in this year’s Super Bowl.
Nick Cepek, Co-Sports Editor Jan 29, 2022

“Credit [to] the Niners, they made more plays than we did,” Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay said, following the team’s 24-27 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. “We’ll move forward the right...

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Alabama quarterback Bryce Young drops back to pass during Alabama’s win over Georgia. Young finished the game with 421 passing yards and three touchdowns.

Previewing The 2021 College Football Playoff

Nick Cepek, Co-Sports Editor Dec 16, 2021

After a season full of surprises, the final College Football Playoff (CFP) rankings are here. Each year, the top four ranked schools enter the tournament with a chance to play in the CFP National Championship....

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The wide receiver dives into the endzone for the touchdown. The defenders came close, but it wasn’t enough to prevent the score.

Retro Bowl: A Game on the Rise

Joshua Wilson, Staff Reporter Dec 7, 2021

Retro Bowl is one of the most popular games on the market right now due to its fun-natured, and easy-to-understand style of play. The developer of Retro Bowl, New Star Games, envisioned that it would be...

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The Sage: October 27, 2021

Juliette D'Eliseo and Lana Esquer Oct 26, 2021

Broadcast from October 20, 2021. Anchors: Juliette D'Eliseo, Lana Esquer. Stories Covered: Haunted Corn Maze: Nick Cepek, Cooper Hancock, Jacob Fletcher. Sage Creek Football Investigative:...

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This Week in Football

This Week in Football

Nick Cepek, Staff Reporter Nov 19, 2019

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The Sage: October 27, 2017

The Sage: October 27, 2017

Brady Caskey and Kylie Valency Oct 27, 2017

    Broadcast from October 27, 2017 Anchors: Justin Mildenberger & Sam Kane   Stories Covered: Flag Football Red Ribbon Week Sports   Intro Music: Beach...

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The Detention Room leads a group cheer during the Oct. 13 pep rally.

The Detention Room Seeks Redemption in Flag Football Tournament

Gavin Graff, Staff Reporter Oct 19, 2017

Sage Creek's teacher team, The Detention Room, is preparing to try and take the annual flag football champion title away from the students tomorrow, Friday, Oct. 20. Students are going to battle it out...

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Mr. Morales smiles as he reflects upon his journey as Sage Creeks principal.

One Man; One School; One Vision

Sam Bodnar, Editor-in-Chief Jun 2, 2017

Five years ago, it was just another patch of land, isolated and rocky. Coyotes and rattlesnakes hunted night and day; chaparral and wild flowers grew rebelliously; hikers pounded the dirt and mule deer...

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