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Influx of players breaks record for Freshmen field hockey

Influx of players breaks record for Freshmen field hockey

Kit Epstein, Staff Writer

September 7, 2014

Remember the good ole’ days when making a freshman sports team was considered easy and stress free? Well, those days are sadly over; especially when it comes to field hockey. Girls’ field hockey is an aggressive, fast-paced, and exciting game. Although lots of girls start playing the sport as...

Freshmen feeling the heat

Freshmen feeling the heat

Ivy Prince, Staff Writer

September 7, 2014

High school is a big change from the middle school, whether its the academics or the social aspect. However, there is one thing that many students have a hard time adjusting to, no matter how prepared one thinks he or she is. The sports at Staples High School are extremely competitive and well known....

Hendel’s Sister

Hendel’s Sister

Talia Hendel, Web Sports Editor

June 20, 2014

It started in Long Lots Elementary School, where in Sept. of 2003, I involuntarily received the nickname “Hendel’s Sister” by my second grade brother’s friends. From kindergarten to third grade, I grew accustomed to hearing “Hey, it’s Hendel’s sister, hi Hendel’s sister!” to which...

Durani Wins Gold Medal in Writing Competition

March 25, 2011

As a Muslim, half Pakistani and half Dominican living in Westport, Haris Durani ’11 is definitely different than majority of the Staples student body. Writing from a minority perspective inspires his writing that seeks to change the way society thinks. Recently, Durani entered his writing into the...

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