Swimmer Blake sets sights on Olympics, competing for Spanish team
By Chase Bayless ’15 & J.P. Hajjar ’16 THE ROUNDUP Swimmer Jack Blake ’17 officially acquired dual citizenship in Spain with the hopes that he will compete for the country’s swim team in the upcoming Rio 2016 Summer Olympics. As a frequent visitor of the country and whose mother was born there, Blake said he felt comfortable with his decision and liked his chances of making the team. “I knew…
‘Hardline’ by Electronic Arts and Visceral does not improve on graphics, gameplay, makes multiplayer less interesting
Photo courtesy of Tribune News Service – A scene from “Battlefield Hardline.” Battlefield: Hardline – From Visceral Xbox One, Playstation 4, Xbox 360, Playstation 3, PC 7 out of 10 By Jack McAuslan THE ROUNDUP “Battlefield” games, specifically the multiplayer aspect, are very well known for a few reasons: big battles, realism and completely destructible environments. These three pieces make up one of the most loved first person shooter franchises…
Volleyball hopes to continue successful season, win state with senior leadership
Photo by Cory Wyman ’16 – Jack Rauch ’16 prepares to hit the ball, preventing it from touching the ground. Varsity Volleyball played Kellis, April 14, winning with a score of 25-4, 25-13, and 25-15. Henry Erlandson ’16 THE ROUNDUP The volleyball team was 11-1 through the midpoint way of the season and hopes to continue that streak. “We are very talented in that all but two of our guys…
Baseball looks to carry momentum into playoffs
Photo by Alec Vick ’15 — Adrian Zubia ’15 salutes Chad McLanahan ’16 with his helmet after McLanahan hit a home run against Red Mountain on Apr. 24 By Andrew Howard ’17 THE ROUNDUP Closing in on the end of the regular season at The Roundup’s print deadline the baseball team is 14-6 overall and 6-0 in sectional play. This year’s team has exceeded expectations and started by winning eight…
New student club donates technology to Cuba
By Andrew Howard ’17 THE ROUNDUP Tech4Cuba, led by Ben Posorske ’16,  Josh Benjamin ’16 and Dean Rosales ’16,  is a club that takes used and outdated technology and sends it to schools in Cuba. The club came about when Posorske noticed a major lack of educational supplies during his visit to Cuba with his family, he said in an email. The club is moderated by Mrs. Catharine Stephens, and…