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Staples Varsity Field Hockey Lose 2-1 Yet Continue to Improve

Staples Varsity Field Hockey Lose 2-1 Yet Continue to Improve

October 25, 2009

Wednesday, Oct. 21, Staples Varsity Field Hockey played Norwalk in a high energy game, but were defeated 2-1. In the first half Norwalk was able to bring the ball up the field multiple times but Lady Wreckers with a strong defense including goalie Jenn Hoets ’11, saved multiple shots. Howeve...

Keys for the Jets to Beat the Raiders Sunday

October 22, 2009

Cole Tessler ’11 Staff Writer The Jets are on a three game skid and looking to bounce back after a devastating loss to the Bills. Now, they are facing a must win game on the road, at Oakland. Oakland has new found swagger after beating the Eagles 9-13 and now Richard Seymour, Raiders defensiv...

Wreckers Stomp Senators

Wreckers Stomp Senators

October 21, 2009

Matt Hawes '10 and Jack Hennessy '10 Staff Writer and Web Sports Editor After a slow start, the Staples Wreckers dominated the second half, beating Brien McMahon by the score of 45-0. Read More »...

Staples Wins 2-0 Against Ridgefield

Staples Wins 2-0 Against Ridgefield

October 20, 2009

Kate McNee Copy Editor '11 On Friday, Oct. 16, the Staples Boys Soccer team beat Ridgefield 2-0. The team now has a record of 10-1 overall, and 10-0 in the FCIAC. Although they won, and didn’t let any goals in, the players did not come into the game thinking it would be easy. The game was played at Ridgefield’s Tiger Hollow Stadium, an extreme...

Jets Lose Third Straight to the Bills: Time to Push the Panic button?

Jets Lose Third Straight to the Bills: Time to Push the Panic button?

October 19, 2009

Cole Tessler '11 Staff Writer Anytime a team’s running-back has a rushing average that’s larger then the team’s QB rating, things are going to look ugly, and that’s how the Jets looked. Mark Sanchez did his best Ryan Leaf impression going 10-29, for 119 yards and threw for five interceptions leading him to a 8.3 QB rating, dragging ...

A New Season and Coach for Boys Water Polo

A New Season and Coach for Boys Water Polo

October 16, 2009

Alicia Lourekas '12 Staff Writer When the wreckers boys water polo team splashes into the pool after school they are ready to learn how to play the ‘real’ game of water polo. This year the team has a new coach Charlie Gulotta. He has been involved with water polo for over 50 years. He started his career in high school where h...

Jock Talk: Lovable Losers

October 16, 2009

Jesse Heussner '11 Features Editor Roger Federer and Juan Martin Del Potro were in the middle of a match for the ages. The young, charismatic 20 year old had just taken the best player to ever live to a fifth set at the US Open, the first time an Open final had gone the distance in ten years. I ...

Reiter ’10 Lets His Play Do the Talking

Reiter ’10 Lets His Play Do the Talking

October 16, 2009

Dana Rappaport '11 and Samantha Freeman '11 Web Opinions Editor and Web A&E Editor Alan Reiter ’10 is known for his excellent soccer and leadership abilities. With his passion for the game, he is a great attribute to the varsity boys’ soccer team as one of the 2009 quad-captains. Reite...

Ridgefield Sweeps Oct. 13 X-Country Meet in Staples’ Backyard

October 15, 2009

John Watson '12 Staff Writer On Oct 13, Staples came in third, beaten by Ridgefield, first and Danbury, second at a home meet. The meet consisted of four schools, Danbury, Ridgefield, Stamford and Staples with both Staples and Ridgefield competing for their LL division. The boy’s varsity race bega...

Wreckers Win 48-7

Wreckers Win 48-7

October 14, 2009

Matt Hawes '10 and Jack Hennessy '10 Staff Writer and Web Sports Editor The Wreckers improved to 4-0 on the season with their recent win over Westhill (1-3). Staples dominated every aspect of the game, crushing the Vikings in front of their home crowd with a convincing score of 48-7. Re...

Jets Defense Spoils Braylon Edwards’ Big Debut Against Miami

October 13, 2009

Cole Tessler '10 Staff Writer Last week, Mark Sanchez’s inability to sustain drives put enormous pressure on the defense versus the Saints. This week it was the Jets defense’s inability to stop the offense and eventually put pressure on Sanchez. The offense was solid, the running game pounded ...

Staples Television Network Broadcasts First of Many Sports Games

Staples Television Network Broadcasts First of Many Sports Games

October 10, 2009

Cole Manley '11 News Editor On Sept. 26, the homecoming football game was broadcasted over Channel 78 by the newly formed Staples Television Network (STN) with audio from WWPT. Radio hosts and vice-presidents for STN, Eric Gallanty ’11 and DJ Sixsmith ’11, called the game with Mike Nussbaum ’11, a sideline reporter, and Bobby Shea ’11, respon...

Jock Talk: Lights Would Take Football to Next Level

October 8, 2009

Dustin Dobbs '10 Sports Editor Recognized as one of the most prestigious football programs in the state of Connecticut within the past decade, Staples Football is one tiny step from being a legit high school football team. After numerous arguments and debates that have lasted literally years, p...

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