Featured Sports

Freshman Kolbe edges out narrow win in March Madness bracket challenge

Photo Courtesy of Max Wear ’17 – Students watch the March Madness tournament in the SAC. By Henry Erlandson ’16 THE ROUNDUP After a last second buzzer-beater by Villanova to win the National Championship game Monday, April 4, Jack Kolbe ’19 squeaked by the remaining competitors to win this year’s March Madness Bracket Challenge. The […]

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Sports

Sophomore Peralta KO’s emotions through boxing

By Bryce Owen ’17 THE ROUNDUP There have been great legends in the sport of boxing such as Muhammad Ali, Joe Frazier, “Sugar” Ray Robinson and Mike Tyson. Roberto Peralta ’18 hopes to become one of the next great names on this list. Peralta started boxing at the age of 13 when he saw a […]

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Sports

Senior athletes learn lessons in teamwork, health from sports participation

By Kaleb Lucero ’18 THE ROUNDUP Graduating athletes cite trust, camaraderie, health and nutrition as important lessons from participation in sports. “I have learned how important team chemistry is,” said Jacob Talamante ’16, an outfielder for the baseball team. “No matter how much talent a team has, it will always need to have chemistry.” He […]

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Baseball Sports

Sophomore Grennan focused on future in baseball

By Chris Agnone ’18 THE ROUNDUP With tryouts for varsity baseball lasting three days Feb. 9-12, sophomore Lucas Grennan ’18 knew he had to give full effort the whole time. His dedication and effort put him on the varsity squad as the youngest player and youngest starter for the 2016 season. “Sophomores making the varsity […]

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Featured Lacrosse Sports

Varsity lacrosse player also takes quidditch field

Photo by Charlie Register ’18 – Marcus Pimentel ’18 (left) and Charlie Albin (right) ’18 play Quidditch out on the front lawn of Brophy after school. By Juan Carlos Ramirez ’18 THE ROUNDUP Marcus Pimentel ’18 balances both quidditch and varsity lacrosse, which are very different sports. Pimentel said that he began his quidditch career […]

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Entertainment

‘Dark Souls 3’ remains challenging, retreads worn ground

Screenshot courtesy of Chris Rehling ’16 – Dark Souls 3, the final installation in the series, takes the player through a journey of Lothric. “Dark Souls 3”- From Software Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC 7 out of 10 By Joseph Valencia ’17 THE ROUNDUP The “Dark Souls” series has become a staple in the world […]

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Featured Sports Volleyball

Volleyball’s younger players stepping up

Photo by Isaac Myers ’18 – Wednesday, April 6, Frosh Volleyball defeats Hamilton in a 2-0 set. By Luis Torres ’16 THE ROUNDUP With a record of 16-17-1 as of April 19, volleyball’s young team is rising to the occasion despite their inexperience.   “The season is going a lot better than I thought it […]

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Featured Sports

Track team continues tradition with new talent from freshmen

Photo by Andrew Brown ’18 – Braden Elis ’19 pole vaults at Brophy Sports Complex after school, Monday, April 11. Many freshman have steppe up this year to fill the gap in varsity that was left by last year’s seniors. By Kaleb Lucero ’18 THE ROUNDUP This season, the track team has won the March […]

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Entertainment

Music Videos need to be fresh, rather than derivative

By Chase Manson ’16 THE ROUNDUP In the 1980s the music video was the end all be all. It was the glory days of MTV. From Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” to the endless work of Queen, the music video was the best medium for an artist to display their craft. However, lately music videos have not […]

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Featured News

Campus water filler stations save nearly 130K plastic bottles

Graphic by AK Alilonu ’16 – Brophy has saved nearly 130,000 bottles of water since introducing the new filler stations. Students say stations cleaner, save waste By Jose Cardenas ’16 THE ROUNDUP In the beginning of the spring semester of last year, the maintenance crew installed water fountains with automatic water bottle fillers in locations across campus. […]

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