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Social media able to bring athletes, coaches together during practice interruption

While athletes are required to stay at home over this break, coaches can still push them to remain in shape.

Jake Navarro '20, Staff Writer

April 6, 2020

The Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference just held a meeting with 70 schools, athletic and governmental figures, and they reached a decision that it was too premature to cancel the spring sports season. Now, coaches have the tough task of having to prepare their teams while under quarantine. ...

Spring Sport Preview: Wreckers look to perform on diamond, turf and court

Spring Sport Preview: Wreckers look to perform on diamond, turf and court

March 18, 2018

By: Alex Reiner '18 Baseball Last June, the baseball team tackled Chad Knight ’19 and Matt Stone ’18 on the mound of Palmer Field to celebrate the team’s first ever Class LL State Championship. This year the team will be lead by captains Knight, Stone and Chris Drbal ’18. “I am excited to play, like I am every year, but e...

Softball falls to Ludlowe in opening game

Softball falls to Ludlowe in opening game

Talia Hendel, Staff Writer

April 11, 2016

The Staples girls softball team suffered its first lost of the season to Fairfield Ludlowe on April 6. While the Wreckers defense was consistently solid after the first inning of the game, they struggled on the offensive end and the Falcons came out on top with a final score of 5-3. “We played ...

Strong offense leads Staples past Barlow in preseason scrimmage

Strong offense leads Staples past Barlow in preseason scrimmage

Talia Hendel, Staff Writer

April 1, 2016

  The Staples baseball team hosted Joel Barlow High School in its second home scrimmage of the season on March 30 and came away with an 18-5 win. The team has won three of its four preseason scrimmages, “We have improved greatly throughout the four scrimmages we have played so far. I think ...

Varsity boys’ tennis dominates the court

Varsity boys’ tennis dominates the court

Larissa Lieberson

May 12, 2015

With the strong sun shining on their backs, the varsity boys’ tennis team managed to pull out yet another win at home on May 7 against Ridgefield. Not only did they win; they won with flying colors, with a score of 6-1. In addition, Ridgefield is one of the players’ biggest rivals. “They...

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