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Helping Young Athletes Reach their Potential

WOODSIDE PARENT EDUCATION SERIES “Helping Young Athletes Reach their Potential” – with Steve Smith, PhD, Palo Alto University Thursday, October 1, 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. Woodside High School, Multi-Use Room (MUR)   Register: How can parents support their children toward healthy participation in sports to encourage a lifelong healthy lifestyle and to reach their

Guest Speakers – Recruiting Realities and Rise Up

Guest Speakers: Sponsored by Notre Dame, Belmont Athletics  NDB Athletics Presents two dynamic speakers on:   Tuesday, October 27 NDB MOORE PAVILION 6:30PM: “RECRUITING REALITIES” 8PM: “RISE UP”   NDB parents and athletes – no charge Other high school students/parents – $5 each   7pm (approximately 50 minutes) Jack Renkens, National Recruiting Expert who has

PAL Cross Country League Meet #1 Results

The First League Cross Country Meet of the season took place this Tuesday at Westmoor High School.  The Scots had a strong showing as a team: Varsity Boys finished 7th out of 15 teams Varsity Girls finished 6th out of 12 teams Open Girls (all girls who did not run Varsity) finished 8th out of 13 teams

This Week in Sports: September 14 to September 19

    Monday, September 14 No events scheduled   Tuesday, September 15 Cross Country @ Westmoor 3:00                                                    Class Excuse Time 1:00 Varsity Girls Tennis vs. Woodside 4:00      

Cross Country Results – Lowell Invitational

Team                           Finish Place                Number of Teams Varsity Boys                       20                              

Carlmont Spirits Stay High Despite Tough Game

Despite losing 33-0 to Aragon High, Carlmont’s energy and spirit remained untouched throughout the pre-season game. Minh-Han Vu, Art Director September 9, 2015 Junior Jen Dirstine paints junior Lily Bakour’s face in preparation of Carlmont High’s first varsity football home game. (Minh-Han Vu)  

Cross Country Results – Firebird Invite

Team Results Varsity Boys were 5th out of 5 teams JV Boys were 4th out of 4 teams Frosh/Soph Boys were 2nd out of 7 teams Varsity Girls were 5th out of 6 teams Frosh/Soph Girls were 4th out of 4 teams JV Girls: We only had 3 runners, not enough for a scoring

Welcome To The Home For Carlmont Sports

Fall sports are around the corner and this year the Scots will feature an online presence that will cover our schools athletic programs like never before. Stay tuned for more details and exciting news!