Brophy crew teams compete at California contest
By Michael Ahearne ’14 THE ROUNDUP The Brophy crew team competed Saturday, April 21 at the Long Beach Invitational Regatta with two varsity teams. Both men’s quad and men’s doubles went on to make it out of their heats. The men’s double, led by Sean McMahon ’13 and Matt Nelson ‘12, later went on to win their doubles races.
Graybill leads team to avenge Friday’s loss
Brophy 4 Chaparral 2 By Logan Hall ’14 THE ROUNDUP The Broncos defeated Chaparral by the score of 4-2 in Saturday night’s game. This win improved the Bronco’s record to 18 and 7 along with avenging their loss to Chaparral at home on Friday. Brophy got off to a quick start scoring in the first inning. The team was led by David Graybill ’12, who had a double and a…
‘Chronicle’ depicts what superpowers could do to teens
By Jonathan M. Gornet ’14 THE ROUNDUP “Chronicle” 5 out of 10 “Chronicle” was an okay movie showing a new perspective on superpowers. The movie starts off with Andrew Detmer, a loner who always recorded every situation he went through in an expensive camera. This becomes the point of view in the movie. The basic life of Andrew was very tough, where he went through bullying and abuse from his…
Michael’s commemorating seniors on ‘Wall of Fame’
By Andrew J. Barnes ’12 THE ROUNDUP Brophy’s food service, Michael’s, would like to memorialize, celebrate and honor all seniors by posting their pictures on their “Wall of Fame.” They have encouraged all seniors to stop by the Great Hall as soon as possible to get their pictures posted. Linda, from the Michael’s staff, will be taking pictures from 7-9 a.m. daily in the Great Hall.
Key Club raises money for Honduras
By Jonathan M. Gornet ’14  THE ROUNDUP Last Saturday, April 21, the Brophy Key Club raised money for high schools in Honduras by washing cars. Fr. Donald, S.J. will receive a check from the carwash earnings, which he will give to the Hondurans, according to the Brophy Office of Faith and Justice. The groups in Honduras will use the money to build high schools in remote places. By the end…
‘A Very Potter’ sequel comes to the Black Box Theatre
By Andrew Marini ’13 THE ROUNDUP “A Very Potter Sequel” is coming to the Black Box Theater Tuesday, April 24 and Wednesday, April 25 at 6:30 p.m. Tickets will be given out for free with the donation of one canned food item to any one of the cast members any time around campus. There will be no entrance without a ticket.
Brophy finishes off the Knights on back to back nights
By P. Erik Meyer THE ROUNDUP Brophy 5 St. Mary’s 4 The Broncos walked off the wind swept baseball diamondApril 13 after beating the St. Mary’s Knights on back to back nights and the being the winners of six straight games. “It’s beating St. Mary’s that adds a little extra to it,” said head coach Mr. Tom Succow. “We didn’t play a pretty game, we had that one blowup inning there,…
Volleyball closes in on the end of the season, finishes strong in tournaments
By Tyler J. Scott ’12 THE ROUNDUP Brophy traveled to the Best of the West tournament in San Diego in early March and went 3-3, finishing in 21st place. They also went to the annual Las Vegas tournament, the Las Vegas Invitational Tournament, on April 2-3 where they went 7-2 and placed second for the second straight year. On April 13-14, Brophy hosted an invite where they ended up in…
Baseball loses shootout to Desert Vista
Desert Vista 6 Brophy 5 By Tyler J. Scott ’12 THE ROUNDUP After a combined eight runs in the fifth inning, Brophy was edged out by Desert Vista 6-5 Monday, April 16. “They put the ball in play; they made plays when they had to,” said head coach Mr. Tom Succow. “They made plays, we didn’t make plays.” The Thunder drew first blood in the bottom of the first inning…