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No time for stopping: multi-sport captains encounter a rapid transition into next season

Senior students, athletes, and leaders shown as they participated in their fall sports (Ben Howard, Jake Thaw, Abby Carter). From this week on, they will be making large transitions into their winter sport, all ready and excited to begin.

Samantha Felner '21, Paper Opinions Editor

December 6, 2019

As the fall sport season closes, captains and athletes encounter a speedy transition into their winter sport. Many teams just recently ended their journeys, and multi-sport captains and athletes must now face a quick turnaround, and in some cases an overlap, with their winter sport pre-seasons and tryo...

Winter sports gear up for strong seasons

Winter sports gear up for strong seasons

December 16, 2016

By: Rebecca Rawiszer Boys basketball: After a 7-13 season in 2015, the Staples boys’ basketball team is looking to bounce back this year. Despite the loss of a few remarkable players such as Dylan Dreyfuss ’16, Jared Vishno ’16 and Ben Casparius ’17, Captain Justin Seideman ‘17 is staying optimistic. ...

Girls’ field hockey sweeping competition this year

Girls’ field hockey sweeping competition this year

October 18, 2016

By: Cate Casparius '19 and Daniel Harizman '19   The 2016 season has been a great success thus far for the Staples girls’ field hockey team. Sweeping competition in all aspects and earning a record of 10 wins, zero losses and two ties has brought the program profoundly new respect and reco...

Boys’ lacrosse sets sights on first FCIAC playoff win

Jack Zeldes, Staff Writer

May 6, 2016

Staples boys’ lacrosse hasn’t always been the winning program that it is today. With little to no hardware won in the past, the lacrosse team is hungry for a revival under head coach Paul McNulty. Following back-to-back State Championship games and a deep state playoff run last year, the Wreckers...

Kenji Goto and Gilli Rozynek bring a flair of friendship to the Pep Rally

From Prom to the Pep Rally, Goto and Rozynek are a powerhouse duo. The two were picked to be the emcees out of all of the fall sports captains- Goto is the captain of the Staples boys’ soccer team, while Rozynek is the captain of girls’ Field Hockey. Photo contributed by Gilli Rozynek '16.

Sarah Sommer, Features Editor

October 16, 2015

When Gilli Rozynek ’16 pinned a creamy white corsage on Kenji Goto ’16’s sports jacket and searched in her purse for her slightly-crumpled junior prom ticket, she probably didn’t realize it would not be the only time the two attended a school function as a duo. However, this time the pair wil...

Field Hockey determined to replace strong senior class

Field Hockey determined to replace strong senior class

Jack Zapfel, Staff Writer

September 17, 2015

After finishing 13-5-1 last season, the Staples Girls Field Hockey looks to repeat success and make it even further this year. This will be no easy task as they look to replace a strong senior class. The team must replace two Bowdoin commits Elizabeth Bennewitz and Meg Fay, along with captain and Middlebury lacrosse commit, Jenna McNicholas, and Emma Laney, a potential w...

Athletes gain lessons on the field

Sarah Ellman, Staff Writer

June 20, 2014

It was at an awards event when cheerleading captain, Emma Mikesh ’14, got into a disagreement with another individual. It was her coach, Avery Watson that ultimately taught her that the best way to deal with the situation would be to leave the jealousy and apologize. “Avery is honestly like a big...

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