AHS wrestlers struggle to adapt to the idea of potentially losing a season due to the pandemic. Renee Cheung Staff Writer Wrestling. A grueling high school sport that requires constant contact and hand-to-hand combat. It is not a normal match without the mixture of blood and sweat being mercilessly thrown on the mat as two […]
Cohorts and the Future of AHS Sports Alvin Gonzales Staff Writer Sports, to some student-athletes, is where their strong determinations have been built from. To some others, sports have given them the fond memories and strong camaraderies that they’ve built over the time they’ve been on the team. Other student-athletes are just big fans of […]
Spirit fills both the field and the sidelines in AHS’s Homecoming game
Athletic directors Brian Hashimoto and Kenneth Peffer explain how Battle of the Boulevard quickly became American’s biggest rivalry game
American welcomes its first girl’s golf team this fall Jaclyn Ferreira and Rena Wei Staff Writers As the heat of summer transitions into the coolness of fall, most people are prepping for the upcoming school year. For ten girls in particular, though, school is not the only thing on their minds. Rather than just pack […]
The Napa fires have caused widespread devastation across Northern California, the dark smoky skies an imprint of their destruction. Although the fires are raging miles away from Fremont, the smoke has drifted south and caused unsafe conditions for the students of AHS, or more specifically, the athletes.
The grass is green, the sun is shining, and there is a soft breeze in the air. The season has kicked off for American High School’s golf team.
In the middle of an intense mixed doubles game against a pair from John F. Kennedy High’s team, Catherine Lin (11) quickly moves to receive a drop, a shot in which the opponent aims the bird tight to the net. Sharp reflexes and agility are extremely essential to succeed in this fast and highly intense […]
If you follow sports here at American High School I’d bet money that you have heard of the name, “Lukas Borba”. It’s October 2015. Junior Lukas Borba prepares to lead his Eagles to victory. This is not any ordinary game for Lukas—this is the Battle the Boulevards, the school’s annual rivalry game against the Washington Huskies.
American High School—the champion of the Fremont Boulevard, the home to many track stars, and facilitator for hundreds of talented student athletes. Although American students have put their best foot forward and accomplished many things, our facilities are not up-to-par with student capacity nor and safety standards.