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Staples football returns fresh from bye week

Staples football returns fresh from bye week

Jacob Greenberger '22, Staff Writer

October 22, 2019

After a week off, the Staples boys’ football team returns to action this week with an away game against North Haven. However, the Wreckers used the bye week a little differently than most teams would. “A lot of teams in this league definitely would take their bye week to relax and recover, and maybe have shorter, lighter practices,” Nick Prior ՚22 said. “But t...

Rach’s Hope sponsors Staples girls’ volleyball game vs Stamford

Rach’s Hope sponsors Staples girls’ volleyball game vs Stamford

Teddy Dienst ’20

October 18, 2019

When the Staples girls’ volleyball team hosted Stamford High School on Tuesday, Oct. 15, they were playing for a much greater cause than usual. Rach’s Hope, an organization and club dedicated to Ellie Doran’s ’20 sister Rachel that works to raise awareness and money to help families combat c...

Staples girls’ volleyball defeats Stamford in comeback match

Staples girls’ volleyball defeats Stamford in comeback match

Madison Andrews '20

October 18, 2019

The Staples girls’ varsity volleyball team defeated Stamford in a close match, 3-2, in the Staples gym on Tuesday, Oct. 16.    The game was dedicated to Rach’ Hope charity, an organization created to honor the life of Rachel Doran. The program raises money to support families with a c...

Nine seniors pace Wreckers to win on senior day

Nine seniors pace Wreckers to win on senior day

Ethan Frank '20, Staff Writer

October 16, 2019

Nine seniors started their senior day game on Thursday, Oct. 10 and led the team to a 5-0 victory over Trumbull.  The Wreckers got on the board with 14:30 left in the first half on a goal by Kyle Kirby ’20. They had a lot of missed opportunities in the first 15 minutes, including three missed c...

Student-athletes sentenced to three years of gym class

Student-athletes sentenced to three years of gym class

Abbie Goldstein '22

October 14, 2019

Twenty-four hours: to learn, practice, eat, sleep. It’s not enough time. After student-athletes’ intense practice or games, they race the clock to finish the mountain of homework waiting for them, cutting into their crucial time to sleep. To solve this issue, student-athletes should not be obligated...

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