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The FCIAC quarterfinals took place Friday, May 20 and the semifinals took place Monday, May 23.

Softball approaches end of season

Gabriella Gerig ’23, Sports Editor May 24, 2022

       The Staples softball team has a clear vision of a strong future in the postseason. With the regular season coming to a close, the girls sit at a 8-7 overall record     The Wreckers...

According to Coach Jack McFarland, the Wreckers’ baserunning has been stellar this season, hopefully leading them to more victories.

Baseball team navigates up and down season

Jalen St. Fort ’22, Staff Writer May 18, 2022

With injuries, weather conditions, games getting canceled and games coming down to the wire, the Wreckers baseball team has had their fair share of troubles during the first half of the season. The...

Staples looks to bounce back after a disappointing end to their 2020-21 season.

Baseball team prepares to accomplish goals for upcoming season

Jalen St. Fort '22, Staff Writer March 29, 2022

The Staples boys’ baseball season is fast approaching, as tryouts began March 20.   “We have a lot of boys interested in our program so there's a lot of people that will be trying out for the...

Superfans cheer on Wreckers through themed games

Superfans cheer on Wreckers through themed games

Ella Stoler ’22, Photostory November 3, 2021

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The Wreckers hit the field for the first home scrimmage of the 2021 football season.

Wreckers defeat McMahon

Jalen St.Fortt September 19, 2021

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Staples girls’ track placed and scored in several events at FCIACs on May 24. This is their first time placing in six years. They hope to further qualify in States and States Open in the upcoming weeks.

Girls’ track secures spot in States after placing in FCIACs

Alexandra Glickman ’23, Web Features Editor June 2, 2021

Despite the late start to the season due to COVID, Staples girls’ track proved their abilities at Fairfield County Interscholastic Conference (FCIACs ) on Tuesday, May 24. All season, teams look forward...

The Wreckers are able to have a normal season with 16 regular season games. They are also able to have two opportunities to take home the championship at the FCIAC and CIAC tournaments.

Darien beats previously undefeated Wreckers

Lexie Moskovit , Staff Writer May 4, 2021

The previously undefeated Staples boys’ lacrosse team lost to Darien 10-7 at home on April 29. The Wreckers were ranked third in the state and the Blue Wave was ranked number one in the state entering...

The Staples girls’ basketball varsity and junior varsity teams came together on Feb. 26 to decorate and personalize the downtown storefront window of the upcoming Cold Fusion gelato store. Support from the town and each other has greatly contributed to the team’s tight-knit nature that has led to many victories this season.

Girls’ basketball maintains winning streak, team morale despite modified season

Madeline Michalowski ’22, Staff Writer March 8, 2021

The Staples girls’ basketball team is nine games into their winter season and has not yet lost a single one. While defeating strong competitors including Trumbull, Ludlowe and Danbury, the team has additionally...

Staples fans are ready to see what senior captain Lucas Basich ’21 can do this season after a breakout junior season.

Lucas Basich dominates the boys’s basketball team

Carson Kranz '21 January 20, 2021

After a breakout season in 2020, it is time to take a look at the upcoming boys’ basketball season and what to expect from senior captain, Lucas Basich ’21. The shooting guard is coming out of a huge...

Arden Scherer and Charlotte Zhang warming up before soccer practice.

Teams adapt to pandemic

When morning air turns crisp, the leaves begin falling and the first NFL football games kick off; that's when you know high school sports are upon us. Yet, walking around Staples, the loud cheers from...

Seniors attempt to salvage their internships

Holden Cohen '20, Staff Writer May 18, 2020

In the past, when the school year came to an end and the hallways became significantly less crowded, underclassmen could really sense the entire class of students. This was the senior class, as they...

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