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Sports’ senior days honor their leadership, contributions throughout their high school careers

Sports’ senior days honor their leadership, contributions throughout their high school careers

Maya Reiner ’21, Manager of National Arts Blog

November 11, 2019

Seniors on  sports team bring energy to the team, put a great amount of time and effort into the program and are often the natural leaders of the pack. For any sport, players have spent countless hours on practices and games. Because of what all the seniors have done for their teammates and their program, it is right that they are honored and highlighted on Senior Day.  However, many...

Unlimited PowerSchool access toxic to Staples

Unlimited PowerSchool access toxic to Staples

Remy Teltser ’21, Paper Features Editor

November 11, 2019

Hardly seven seconds after receiving an “it’s posted” text message, PowerSchool is loading its web page onto my phone browser. As the all too familiar gray dial spins around, I am internally freaking out. Simultaneously, my AP Lang group chat is blowing up talking about how this one essay affect...

Staples field hockey shares FCIAC championship victory with Darien

Staples field hockey shares FCIAC championship victory with Darien

Kylie Cohen '20, Staff Writer

November 8, 2019

The Staples girls’ field hockey team tied Darien 0-0 in the FCIAC championship game on Nov. 7.    The game went into sudden-death double overtime before the referees called it a draw.    “They’re both very good teams and they should have let them keep playing,” Justin Honig ’21 sai...

Pep-rally fails to celebrate winter and fall sports

Pep-rally fails to celebrate winter and fall sports

Marina Engler '21, Staff Writer

November 7, 2019

The annual pep-rally before homecoming packs the bleachers full of students ready to cheer on the fall sports teams. Among those in the stands are the winter and spring sports teams watching the fall teams perform on the field. Because the pep-rally initiates the homecoming football game, it makes sense t...

Staples boys’ tie last home game of the season

Staples boys’ tie last home game of the season
Wilton VS. Staples

Carson Kranz '21, Staff Writer

November 7, 2019

The Staples Wreckers boys' soccer team took on Wilton at Wakeman Field on Monday, Oct. 27. In a close 1-1 game, neither team was able to come away with a win. Staples led by one goal to start the game by Benny Feuer '20, but it was not enough to secure a victory. ...

This is a Wreckording

This is a Wreckording

Ethan Frank '20, Staff Writer

November 4, 2019

Click the links below to listen to Episode 1: Connections Apple Google Play...

Girls Who Code club inspires new generation of computer scientists

Girls Who Code club inspires new generation of computer scientists

Marina Engler '21, Staff Writer

October 30, 2019

As the last bell rings and students file out of the front door eager to get home, a group of 20 girls race up to the third floor. They promptly open their laptops and get ready to learn a crucial skill:how to code. The Girls Who Code club hopes to teach girls the basic skills necessary to complete...

Staples girls volleyball team sweeps away St. Joes on senior night

Staples girls volleyball team sweeps away St. Joes on senior night

Kylie Cohen '20, Staff Writer

October 29, 2019

The Staples girls’ volleyball team defeated St. Joseph,  3-1 on Oct. 23 at 7 p.m.    Captains Jane Van Arsdale ’20, Mallory Legg ’20, Brianna Dwyer ’20 and other seniors led their team to victory on senior night.    Van Arsdale contributed to her team greatly with 27 kills, 2 digs and 7 aces. Legg ...

Wreckers dealt knock-out blow by North Haven

Wreckers dealt knock-out blow by North Haven

Ethan Frank '20, Staff Writer

October 22, 2019

North Haven, Connecticut -- The Staples Wreckers suffered a 53-20 loss at the hands of the North Haven Indians and their Wing-T offense on Friday, Oct. 18 at Mike Vanacore Field.  The Wreckers fell behind 13-0 early, and then things went from bad to worse as a fumble on a poor exchange from Stap...

Separate locker rooms creates difficulty for Staples athletes

Separate locker rooms creates difficulty for Staples athletes

Jacob Greenberger '22, Staff Writer

October 22, 2019

Every day I rush to the locker room in a hurry, searching anxiously for a spot to change, hoping that I will be on time to practice. I sprint down the stairs and through the door, jealous of the football players casually strolling to their designated locker room, with the security of knowing they have a place to change.  A change to t...

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