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False nuclear alarm in Hawaii podcast

False nuclear alarm in Hawaii podcast

January 19, 2018

By Izzy Connors '18 and Charlie Colasurdo '18

Staples soccer bonds through building

Staples soccer bonds through building

Jack Zapfel, Staff Writer

September 30, 2015

If you’ve been to a Staples Soccer game recently, you may have noticed the beautiful new equipment shed right behind the players’ bench. This wonderful new shed contains a huge “block S” and all of the dates of the boy’s FCIAC and state soccer championships inscribed on the front of...

Teams honor seniors in grand fashion

Aishah Avdiu '17, a member of the girls' varsity field hocker team, sports her senior day gear.

Blake Rubin, Web A&E Editor

November 13, 2014

Girls decked out in vibrant shirts blow their whistles as their senior teammates arrive at the cafeteria. A luxurious breakfast awaits them along with gift bags full of expensive goodies. This is a typical scene from a girls’ sport Senior Day. Not to mention the classy posters. Celebrating seniors...

A break in seasons does not provide relaxation time

Ben Foster, Staff Writer

November 13, 2014

Whether or not Staples sports teams make it on to FCIAC, all fall seasons come to an end at some point in November. But what happens next? Depending on which sports students play, the off-season could last a few weeks or as long as nine months. For Staples swimmer Kenzie Healy ’17, there is no such...

Staples’ soccer bloodlines run strong

Staples' soccer bloodlines run strong

Adam Kaufman, Web Multimedia Editor

October 10, 2014

With an incredible 12 state championships and 27 FCIAC titles, the Staples boys’ varsity soccer team is one of the most storied programs in all of Connecticut. The current varsity squad refers to themselves as a family, but there are actually many players with Staples’ soccer alumni in their family...

Kyle Zajec scores long term goals

Kyle Zajec scores long term goals

Adam Kaplan, Sports Editor

September 19, 2014

To reach the highest level of any professional sport is one of the hardest feats imaginable, an accomplishment that only a select group can boast. Kyle Zajec ’15 plans to not only join that elite group but make his mark in it. Zajec started playing at age five, and at age nine he joined a competitive...

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