Brett Mejia

School foundation paves way for future growth
By Erik T. Masingill ’12 & Brett A. Mejia ’13 THE ROUNDUP In 1928, construction crews built the first buildings on the new school campus in Central Phoenix: Brophy Hall, the Chapel and Romley Hall, to house classrooms and later a gym. Brophy Hall, which at the time was named Regis Hall, also used to be where the counseling and administration offices were located. By 1980 the original locker room,…
Soda conversion leaves students fizzed

By Brett A. Mejia ’13
THE ROUNDUP

Last year Brophy was one of the only high schools in Arizona to sell soda to students.

This year however, the Brophy administration has evicted soda from the campus.

Cordova brings native spice to Spanish classes

By Brett A. Mejia ’13
THE ROUNDUP

New World Languages teacher Mr. Richard Cordova comes to Brophy with the task of making a difference in the lives of students by getting them to love the language of Spanish.

Mr. Cordova has been teaching for 14 years and he is currently serving his first year as a Brophy teacher, teaching Spanish 2 and Conversational Spanish.

It Came from the Internet

By Brett A. Mejia ’13
THE ROUNDUP

Azoffroad.net

Are you a lover of Arizona?

How about off-roading? What about history?

Azoffroad.net is the place to find everything there is to know about what Arizona really has to offer.

Weather doesn’t stop Bronco force against Red Mountain

By Brett A. Mejia ’13
THE ROUNDUP
Photo by Scott Soethe ’12 – Devon Allen ’13 crosses the goal line for a touchdown Sept. 9 against Red Mountain.
The Brophy Broncos faced Red Mountain Sept. 9 under a lightning storm that would temporarily halt the game, but the delay didn’t stop the Broncos’ special teams from helping to secure a 31-13 win.
“I think special teams,” said Brophy football head coach Mr. Scooter Molander of the team’s strong point for the night. “Despite the kickoff return, I felt like we did a nice job on all the other areas.” “We were solid on PAT’s and field goals, we got a punt return and I am proud of our development in that area.”

Tamayo named Man of the Year

By Julian De Ocampo ’13 & Brett Mejia ’13
THE ROUNDUP

Sometimes, at the end of the day, all people need to see to be inspired is someone who can beat the odds and overcome adversity with determination and sheer will.

Take for example, Jocsan Tamayo ’11, 2011 winner of The Roundup’s Man of the Year award.

New Tablets coming for frosh class

By Brett Mejia ’13 & Tyler Scott ’12
THE ROUNDUP
Toshiba has been the face of Brophy technology for years and now Lenovo will likely be replacing the school’s computers.
The incoming freshmen will receive these new Tablets, and the price will be about the same as what previous classes had to pay for the Toshiba units.

Mr. Grindey incorporates football with religion

By Brett Mejia ’13
THE ROUNDUP

As a Scripture and Synthesis teacher students say Mr. Jim Grindey uses his trademark slogans and powerful voice to make religion a memorable experience.

Mr. Grindey has been teaching since 1987, and used to be the Dean of Students at Seton High school.

An everlasting generation comes to an end

By Brett Mejia ’13
THE ROUNDUP

The current generation is at the tail end of its time span and has been distinguished as an Internet and technology generation for sophisticated products and wondrous discoveries.

There is a discrepancy about what the current generation’s title should be, Generation Y or Generation Z.