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Lopez Reaches Goals in Soccer

Lopez Reaches Goals in Soccer

Charles Jiang, Reporter

February 5, 2018

Filed under 2017-2018, Issue #5, Showcase, Soccer, Sports

One CHS student that has done well in their soccer career is senior Kevyn Lopez. Lopez currently plays for West Coast FC, located in Laguna Hills, CA which is ranked number two among all soccer clubs in the entire nation. Lopez started playing soccer at the age of four and started playing for his current...

Girls’ Soccer Lisa Beans

Makayla Oas, Reporter

January 8, 2018

Filed under 2017-2018, Soccer, Sports

The CHS girls’ soccer team is a strong group of girls who put a lot of hard work and effort into their playing. But while the girls’ are playing, there are people behind it planning and organizing events. Sadly, not many people recognize them as the booster parents of the teams who work hard voluntarily...

Boys’ Soccer Sarah Loeffler

Jaiden Curlin, Reporter

December 19, 2017

Filed under 2017-2018, Soccer, Sports, Uncategorized

CHS Varsity Boys Soccer works extremely hard during their games as well as their practives.However, it is not just the hardwork of the player but also the behind the curtain work that happens too as the soccer program certainly could not be where it is today without the vital help of its parent boosters. Sarah...

CHS Soccer Reflects on CIF Season

Kamrin Curlin, Assistant Sports Editor

April 13, 2017

Filed under Soccer, Sports

Coming off the heels of a 2016 campaign that saw an 18-6-4 overall record, it is safe to say that the CHS Girls’ Varsity Soccer team had to meet lofty expectations. Flash forward to the end of the 2017 season, Girls’ Soccer exceeded the preseason hype. Not only did CHS Varsity Soccer make it to...

Hope Solo Gets a Red Card

Hope Solo Gets a Red Card

Emma Carter, Reporter

September 26, 2016

Filed under Soccer, Sports

Hope Solo, a two-time gold medalist for U.S. soccer, has been on the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team since 2000. Last year, she was suspended from the team for thirty days because she was in a car with her husband who was driving drunk at a training camp, according to CNN news. Before that, she w...

FIFA Changes Red Card Rule

Sydney Hwang, Reporter

April 18, 2016

Filed under Soccer, Sports

The game of soccer is a sport whose beauty comes from the simplicity of play. Therefore, rule changes or modifications are fairly uncommon. However, the Fédération Internationale de Football Association’s (FIFA) International Board is implicating two slight changes in the red card rule, which will...

Abby Wambach Scores a Life of Leisure as She Retires

Dorothy Gadsby, Reporter

February 3, 2016

Filed under Soccer, Sports

With 15 years of professional soccer under her belt, U.S. Women’s National Soccer team player Abby Wambach stepped onto the field for the last time on Dec. 16. Wambach is well-known for being the leading scorer in the women’s U.S. soccer world, racking up 184 goals throughout her career. Wambach’s...

LA Football Club: Rising Soccer Franchise to Live Up to the Hype

Will DePrez, Reporter

October 28, 2015

Filed under Archives, Soccer, Sports

LA Galaxy, for 20 years now, has dominated Los Angeles’ impressive fandom for the world’s sport—soccer. However, after Major League Soccer (MLS) team Chivas USA lost their home in Los Angeles, the newest replacement, the Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC), officially announced its debut to the MLS...

Claremont Students Get Active and Have Fun with U-19 AYSO

Hanna Teal, Reporter

April 21, 2015

Filed under Archives, Soccer, Sports

Promoting friendship, learning, and fun, the American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) appeals to many CHS students. AYSO is a national soccer program all throughout the U.S., Virgin Islands, and Trinidad and Tobago. It started in 1964 when a group of soccer enthusiasts created nine teams because they...

“Boo Boo the Beast” Strives for Excellence on the Soccer Field

“Boo Boo the Beast” Strives for Excellence on the Soccer Field

Tess Rounds, Reporter

March 3, 2015

Filed under Archives, Showcase, Soccer, Sports

For many, making varsity in a sport is a huge accomplishment, especially if one is a freshman. Kyra Tisopulos, a freshman at CHS, was recently moved up from JV, to varsity girls soccer. Tisopulos has played soccer since she was five years old, and has been playing for a total of nine years. During this...

Alumni Umansky and Minaie Bring Their Passion for Soccer to CHS

Alumni Umansky and Minaie Bring Their Passion for Soccer to CHS

Jacob Landsberg, Reporter

January 8, 2014

Filed under Archives, Soccer, Sports

After playing with the CHS boys soccer team last year, alumni Jason Umansky and Paymon Minaie hope to continue their CHS legacies by coaching boys soccer at CHS. Former two-year varsity player Umansky and former one-year varsity player Minaie both graduated from CHS last year and decided to come back t...

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