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How Does He Do It?

Justin Hernandez

May 9, 2016

Filed under Sports

Jarod Hatch, commonly known as “The Myth” or “The Legend” among rival high schools, can be seen breaking records and crushing opponents at the Sobrato swimming pool during any swim meet.

You Just Got Served

Rishika Patel

May 6, 2016

Filed under Sports

The team’s main fear was that they will not have enough players to have a full team. If this was the case, they would be a club and not get to complete like other schools do.

Kickin’ and Screamin’

Jailene Cisneros

March 23, 2016

Filed under Sports

It’s messy, thrilling, and risky. Life as an athlete can be full of excitement, but running across a wet and muddy field determined to score a goal and having no regards for oneself can lead to some serious life altering inju...

Sobrato Track goes to CCS

Tia Weiss

June 4, 2014

Filed under News, Sports

For many students the end of the school year signifies final exams and senioritis, but for a small group of athletes there’s no time for slacking because the summer heat to them means the end of the track season and CCS fina...

Sobrato Baseball: Searching for Success

Nick Mayes and Zayne Patino, The Bark Reporters

May 1, 2014

Filed under Sports

The Sobrato baseball team has had many challenges to overcome throughout the season, as well as the past couple years. The Bulldogs, who are currently 1-11 in league, have had a rough start to the season despite higher expectations...

The Diving Mentality

Lauren Akin, The Bark Reporter

April 22, 2014

Filed under Sports

Diving is one of the most mental sports athletes can compete in; when diving, one needs to overcome the fear and nerves that occur before a dive. Before the dive the athletes need it to be all quiet so they can focus on the dive ...

Game, Set, Smash

Ginny Laskodi, The Bark Reporter

April 22, 2014

Filed under Sports

With over half of Sobrato’s badminton team being underclassmen, many of whom have never picked up a racket before this year, there is a lot of work to be done for this year’s team. Although some people may think of this as...

Sobrato senior shows perseverance through injury, plays last softball game

Lia Nishimatsu, The Bark Opinions Co-editor

June 3, 2013

Filed under Sports

For Sobrato senior Kallie Klinger, being able to play her last game was more than just playing on Senior Night for the Lady Bulldogs. It was a sign of redemption for the full-hearted softball player. Last year, Klinger underwen...

Sobrato’s Forgotten Sport

Thomas Blas, The Bark Staff Reporter

May 28, 2013

Filed under Sports

Many Sobrato students do not know that Sobrato has its very own roller hockey team.  Some don’t even know what roller hockey is. In fact, roller hockey at Sobrato is a club sport. This is due to the fact that the sport cannot...

Bogden soars to new heights

Bekah Inouye, The Bark Co- Opinions editor

May 28, 2013

Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Records are made to be broken, at least that’s how the saying goes, right? But imagine trying to break a seven year record during your senior year without proper coaching. Seems a little more difficult. Well, amazingly enough, one ...

Senior heartbreak at the powderpuff game

Bekah Inouye, The Bark Co- Opinions editor

May 7, 2013

Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Though the record books will always show the juniors as the winners of the 2013 Powderpuff game, anyone who actually attended the game knows who really won. One call by the referees robbed the seniors of their victory and handed t...

Badminton team strives with new coach

Angelica Pineda, The Bark Staff Reporter

April 29, 2013

Filed under Sports

Sokthea D. Mov, Sobrato badminton’s new coach, is no unfamiliar face to the team. Being assistant coach for the past 2 years, he has now taken place as the head coach for the 2012-2013 season. With a big role, Mov is responsible for...

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