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Giants Win Super Bowl XLVI In Thrilling Comeback Finish

Giants Win Super Bowl XLVI In Thrilling Comeback Finish

William Moon '14, Sports Editor

February 12, 2012

The stage was set as an estimated 111.3 million Americans tuned in to watch what was sure to be an epic showdown between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots on Sunday night at the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. The last time either team made it to the Super Bowl was in 2008, when...

49ers Taking S.F by Storm

49ers Taking S.F by Storm

Arie Pramono '15, Staff Writer

December 5, 2011

Ahh! Do you smell that?  Besides leftover turkey and disappointment, that, my reader, is the smell of excitement and astonishment in the air. Although I am kind of bummed out because of their recent  loss against the Ravens, I think, “Hey, it's just like sibling rivalry!”  Now I may not be a major...

Close Loss for the Varsity Volleyball Team

Kevin Buckley '13, Sports Reporter

November 30, 2011

The amazing 2011 Fightin' Irish volleyball season came to an end Tuesday night. A hard fought NorCal Championship game between the Irish and the Cougars of Albany High School was won in 5 games by the Cougars. After loosing the first two games, the Irish showed their team strength and quickly battled...

Irish Head to the State Meet

Sophia Cannata-Bowman

November 23, 2011

This will be the second year in a row that SHCP’s cross country team will be bringing both its teams to the State Meet. Last year was the first in school history in which this happened, and it seems the Irish are beginning a new streak. At the CCS Championships last November 12th, the men’s team pl...

Al Davis: General Manager, Icon, Legend

Gabi Montenegro '12, Editor-in-Chief

October 23, 2011

On October 8, 2011, Al Davis, the general manager of the Oakland Raiders, passed away at the age of 82, leaving behind not only a family that loved him, but an entire organization and city that adored him. Al Davis had a tremendous effect not only on the Raiders, but on the entire NFL as we know it today. As...

Victory at Last!

Victory at Last!

Michael Yra Munchua '12 and Patrick Fung '12, Guest Writers

October 22, 2011

On the evening of October 21, 2011, the Sacred Heart Cathedral Fighting Irish football team was looking to end a six year drought against the cross town rival, Saint Ignatius Wildcats. When asked on what was needed to do in order to win this 118th annual rival game, senior running back Tino Miles said...

Amazing Victory for the Fightin’ Irish Volleyball Team

Amazing Victory for the Fightin' Irish Volleyball Team

Gabi Montenegro '12, Editor-in-Chief

October 20, 2011

SH v SI Volleyball Clip On Tuesday, October 18, the varsity volleyball team beat St. Ignatius 3 games to 1 in an intense and satisfying match.  As both teams warmed-up for their big game, volleyballs were flying everywhere, excited chatter filled the gym, the smell of sweat seeped in the air, th...

A Topsy-Turvy Season for the Giants

Charlotte De Joya ‘12, Guest Writer

October 19, 2011

Although our beloved band of Misfits started the first half of the 2011 season sitting in first place in the National League West, they fell eight games behind the Arizona Diamondbacks, who lost to the Milwaukee Brewers in the race for the National League Championship in early October. As many dedicated...

Should NCAA Athletes Get Paid?

Arie Pramono ’15 and Dominic Bray ’15, Staff Writers

October 19, 2011

With all of the money that is being made these days in college sports, there has been quite a bit of talk about whether or not NCAA athletes should get paid. Some argue that student athletes are already being provided for by their schools with financial aid, housing, and books and therefore, earn their...

Hard-Earned Victory for the Fightin’ Irish Varsity Football Team Against Terra Nova

Gabi Montenegro '12, Editor-in-Chief

September 2, 2011

This past cold and foggy Friday night, the Fightin‘ Irish Varsity Football Team battled their way against Terra Nova High School at Kezar Stadium.  The stands were filled with students, parents, and alumni as the fog leveled off at the field, making it difficult to see.  As the wind started to pick...

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