Final year: Mr. Benattia talks about his experience coaching

Final year: Mr. Benattia talks about his experience coaching

Ama Bonsu, Reporter
April 23, 2015
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As many might already know, Mr. Chedley Benattia, CAHS’s varsity soccer coach and social science teacher, has decided to make this year his last in regards to his coaching career. Mr. Bennatia has, for the last five years, coached varsity soccer. Under him, his team won three consecutive League...

Varsity Boys Volleyball hits off the season

Varsity Boys Volleyball hits off the season

Catalin Wiese, Reporter
March 11, 2015
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Escondido — On Thursday, March 5, Varsity Boys Volleyball faced off against Kearny High School at EVCC for one of their first scrimmages of the season. Neck-and-neck with their opponents, the boys played an intense game where onlookers found themselves ducking every few minutes to avoid flyaway vo...

Come rain or shine, Caimans play as a team

Come rain or shine, Caimans play as a team

Justin Leonard, Reporter
February 4, 2015
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ESCONDIDO – On January 30, Our varsity girl’s soccer team won 3-0 against visiting Maranatha Christian. In the first half, the girls played hard; however, passes weren’t connecting and there was little communication between teammates. Coach Hector Ochoa could be heard telling the girls to...

Your guide to the CIF playoffs

Olivia Jolley, Reporter
November 21, 2014
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CIF. Many hear or say the acronym, but most do not know its meaning or its connection to high school sports. Senior Joanna Welnick said, “I have no idea. Central Intelligence for Football?” CIF stands for California Interscholastic Federation. By definition, it is the governing body for high s...

Sophomore Ana Hall is dedicated to her teams

Sophomore Ana Hall is dedicated to her teams

Olivia Jolley, Reporter
November 11, 2014
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Sophomore Ana Hall spends her days striving to perform her best in both her classes and the multiple sports she is involved in. On top of her busy academic schedule, Hall takes part in soccer, volleyball, and cross country. Although she took cross country and volleyball in her freshman year, Hall...

Last minute victory at the pink out game

Last minute victory at the pink out game

Michaela Sanderson, Reporter
October 30, 2014
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Numerous fans of the caimans arrived to the game dressed in pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. “My family has had a history of breast cancer so it’s a reason to support [this event],” said sophomore Seth Wolfe.

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Cross country runners share how they push through practices and races.

Justin Leonard, Reporter
October 28, 2014
Filed under Sports

Running three long miles can become monotonous. Dedicated CAHS runners pass the time with thoughts of quenching their thirst with water and In-N-Out milkshakes. When inspiration is needed, these athletes use the power of the palate to pass the time. “The thing that goes through my mind is that when...

Freshmen volleyball sets the stage for the next four years

Freshmen volleyball sets the stage for the next four years

Sierra Lagge, Reporter
October 22, 2014
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“I got it!” A player on the girls’ Freshman Volleyball team yelled, followed by another player’s echo. If “I got it” wasn’t being called out when necessary full body collisions and clashing would ensue. “I came to a camp before tryouts and I really liked it, so I decided that I wou...

Caimans triumph at the homecoming game

Caimans triumph at the homecoming game

Ethan Shicks, Reporter
October 19, 2014
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ESCONDIDO - September 17 Friday night, the Caimans won their third consecutive homecoming game, this year finishing against Tri-City Christian with a score of 14-12. The stands were packed with cheering families, friends and staff. Throughout the game, students were shouting a variety of chants...

Fierce and ferocious

Fierce and ferocious

Caroline Holmes, Reporter
October 14, 2014
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“It’s always good to try something new,” said freshman Mitchell Andersen. First experiences happen every day, including in water polo. The students who make up the JV water polo team are mostly brand new to the sport. “The first day of water polo, I didn’t know what to expect,”  said...

Caimans hold their own against Orange Glen Patriots

Caimans hold their own against Orange Glen Patriots

Ethan Shicks, Reporter
October 8, 2014
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ESCONDIDO - Friday night lights shined brightly on September 19, 2014. The CAHS Varsity football team played an away game against Orange Glen High School. This was the first time that the football team played a CIF Division Four school. CAHS held OGHS to their lowest winning score of the season thus...

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