Opinions: Diversity of thought serves as lifeblood of educational institutions
Graham Armknecht ’18 THE ROUNDUP Our country is divided in many different ways. Republicans and Democrats, Pro-Life and Pro-Choice, Conservative and Liberal, Patriots or Jets, these are our different thought divisions. These viewpoints, and many more, make up a person and their thoughts. No two people are exactly alike, nor should they be. And who says that these differences in thought and opinion are bad for our country? It’s how…
Junior Mohan captains chess team, ranks third in nation for age group
Photo taken by Daily Bulletin | Chess team showing off their awards from a sucessful tournament By Hayden Welty ’19 THE ROUNDUP Dave Mohan ’19 ranks third in the nation–first in Arizona–for his age group in chess, is the first board of the Brophy Varsity Chess Team and was recently voted to be the team captain for the coming school year. He said he has been playing chess since he…
Mountain Biking Team offers alternative for Brophy athletes
By Spencer Inglett ’19 THE ROUNDUP The Mountain Biking Team has developed from a club to a competitive sport going into its sixth year on campus and hopes to become a varsity sport next year. Mr. Cooper Davis ’10, the moderator and head coach of the team, has trained the team into competitive contention. Mr. Davis said that there were twelve cyclists who raced this year and were split into…
Varsity football wins first game after last second two-point conversion
Photo by Viper Photos| John Waters ’18 scores a touchdown and is helped up by Xavier Juniel ’18. Brophy 28 Westview 27 By Josh Spano ’18 THE ROUNDUP Brophy picked up their first win on the road Friday Sept.1 at Westview improving their record to 1-2. After going for two with 25 seconds left in the fourth quarter, Brophy beat Westview 28-27. Marcus White ’19 had an interception and caused…