Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Though in the name of equality, France’s bill promotes bigotry and prejudice in sports.

Neutrality or injustice?

By Zeinab Rakhshandehroo October 1, 2022

Sports are a global connection, an activity anyone can participate in. Ideally free from prejudice and discrimination, sports are meant to be open to all – no matter their race, gender, socioeconomic...

SUPPORTING OUR SPORTS: Scream Team aims to create a loud, lively and spirited student section for all sports this year.

The highs and lows of Scream Team

By Annabelle Yip September 27, 2022

Scream Team is entering this school year with new goals and changes to make for a more spirited, excited and loud student section. For students, cheering in the stands and supporting the football team...

TRANSGENDERS IN SPORTS: Transgender people do not have an unfair leverage in any capacity because they do not have control over their body parts.

Silent battles: transgender athletes in sports

By Shreya Partha and Olivia Shen May 25, 2022

Michael Phelps is an objectively perfect swimmer: hyper-extended joints, double the normal lung capacity, and a disproportionately large torso. Standing as one of the most decorated athletes of all times,...

The beef between Antoan Richardson and Mike Shildt shows whats wrong with baseball.

Raymond Rants

By Raymond Ranbhise May 19, 2022

On April 12, the San Francisco Giants beat the San Diego Padres 13-2. While this would be nothing out of the ordinary, this game caused a lot of controversy because the Giants broke an unwritten rule to...

Boys varsity swimmers dive into action in a race against Gunn.

HHS swim senior night

By Joss Broward and Macy Li April 17, 2022

Raymond Rants

By raymond ranbhise April 5, 2022

The Seattle Seahawks are dead. After an abysmal 7-10 season, the Seahawks traded away star Quarterback Russell Wilson in a blockbuster trade for the 9th overall pick, the 40th overall pick, a 2022 fifth...

Varsity girls tennis CCS run ends in semifinals

By Raymond Ranbhise, Lindsey Steel, and Vihan Basnayake December 9, 2021

The girls varsity tennis season ended in a 6-1 loss against Menlo Atherton In the CCS semi finals on Nov. 11. The tennis team went 6-9 this season and 4-8 in league play. Despite a rough season, the team...

PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT: The athletic training team is constantly practicing and developing their skills.

Behind the athletes

By Ariana Tejeda Moreno November 16, 2021

While students attending sports games come to see the team compete, many do not see the operation which is the athletic training program keeping them healthy and prepared to play. The trainers at HHS assist...

Historically small cross country team prepares for intense season

By Joss Broward and Niyatee Jain October 19, 2021

The cross country team meets every day to practice in order to put their best foot forward when competing in events this season. However, this year, the team runs together as their smallest group ever. Typically,...

Meet The Girls Golf Team

Meet The Girls Golf Team

By Christine Kim, Lindsey Steel, and Macy Li October 10, 2021

Click the image to Meet The Girls Golf Team

Successful Start for Sugiyama: Varsity captain Rino Sugiyama is looking forward to the challenge of competition.

Varsity girls tennis strives for their win in upper leagues

Working hard during their practices and ensuring they watch each other carefully in order to improve their mistakes, the varsity girls tennis team is eager to make this season a victorious one.  Varsity...

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