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

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BSN w/ Cooper Hancock – Episode 1

Cooper Hancock, Host Feb 5, 2022

Your host Cooper Hancock was joined with two of the boys' varsity basketball seniors, Caleb McGrath and Vishal Jayanthi. Following a CIF and state championship, the boys were asked what made that team...

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The Sage: September 15, 2021

Leo Ambrogelly and Jason Chase Sep 15, 2021

Broadcast from September 15th, 2021. Anchors: Leo Ambrogelly and Jason Chase. Stories Covered: Minga App Feature by: Samuel Daher Always Poppin' Feature by: Kayley Teagle Man on the Street:...

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The Sage: May 12, 2021

Duke Donnelley, Anchor May 12, 2021

Broadcast from May 12th, 2021. Anchor: Duke Donnelley Stories Covered: Man on the Street: School Next Year by: Evan Humphrey, Jacob Fletcher, Jason Chase Sports Segment by: Nick Cepek Why...

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The Sage: April 14, 2021

Emma Velchek, Anchor Apr 14, 2021

Broadcast from April 14th, 2021 Anchor: Emma Velchek Intro & Graphics by: Benzrussel Lopez & Leo Ambrogelly Stories Covered: Sage's First Swim Win Over Carlsbad by: Samuel Daher Sports...

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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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