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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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Track and field teammates and parents celebrate the teams graduating seniors on the field. Celebrations began in advance of the teams final home meet.

Track and Field Seniors Cross the Finish Line on Senior Night

Nadia Razzaq, Web Editor-in-Chief May 1, 2023

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The Sage Creek Track starting lineup. This Track is home of the Sage Creek Track and Field athletes.

Sage Creek Spring Sport Preview

Kerris Arnett, Staff Reporter Mar 20, 2023

As the winter sports season winds to a close, Sage Creek’s spring sports teams have just recently started their practices and preseasons. This year's spring sports teams hope to carry on the legacy of...

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Violinist Dodi Francis and Harpist Catalina Francis perform “The Swan” by Camille Saint-Saëns. This opening performance was arranged by Isxno.

Sage Creek Music Department’s Spring Concert “Blooming Brilliant” Spotlights the Musical Maturity of the Program

Isabella Bernabeo, Assistant Web Editor-in-Chief Mar 6, 2023

On March 3, Sage Creek’s music department presented its spring concert, “Blooming Brilliant” in the Performing Arts Center at 7 p.m. Tickets were available for purchase at sagecreekmusic.org and...

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While running intervals around the track, runners are shown cheering and encouraging each other on. The community built around the team is essential for the team’s progression throughout the season.

Preseason Track Begins Again

Georgia Scherrer, Staff Reporter Oct 10, 2022

As a commonly known “secret to success,” preseason programs are a potential advantage to hard-working athletes who are interested in pursuing a future within the sport. Certain sports such as volleyball,...

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Ocotillos without the bright green look of the stem would look like nothing but a dead tree. These fascinating plants can grow to be 6-15 feet tall.

The Desert Still Blooms

Emma Velchek, Staff Reporter May 14, 2020

The natural beauty of the Earth always ceases to amaze those who really appreciate it.   With week eight of school closure underway, all students can think about is homework, missing friends, but...

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Keeping up with the Spring 2019 Fashion Trends

Keeping up with the Spring 2019 Fashion Trends

Chloe Neal, Staff Reporter May 15, 2019

Spring has sprung, and while you’re out observing how the once chestnut brown, dry mountains have transformed into a super bloom central, you may also notice that fashion trends are simultaneously...

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The Sage: May 15, 2019

Ari Beckett and Bryant Kitisin May 14, 2019

Broadcast from May 15, 2019 Anchors: Ari Beckett & Bryant Kitisin Edited by: Brady Caskey, Sophie Mostamand & Bryant Kitisin Stories Covered: Netop Vision by: Ari Beckett &...

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The Sage: March 13, 2019

Bryant Kitisin and Kylie Valency Mar 13, 2019

Broadcast from March 13, 2019 Anchors: Bryant Kitisin & Kylie Valency Edited by: Brady Caskey, Sophie Mostamand & Bryant Kitisin   Stories Covered: CUSD Recycling Initiative ...

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 Baseball warms up to face off against their opponent in a home game at the Sage Creek field. The boys played as a team this year and said they had a fun season together.

Recap: Spring Sports Teams Wrap Up 2018 Season

Tim Baxter and Cristian Johnson Jun 6, 2018

SCHS spring athletics has come to an end. Here's a short recap of how each team's season concluded. Boys Golf Boys golf was able to improve two spots in San Diego County, moving from the eighth...

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Winter to Spring in Carlsbad

Winter to Spring in Carlsbad

Kyle Turner, Staff Writer Feb 26, 2018

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