Roundup hopes to provide forum
By Cameron M. Bray ’16 THE ROUNDUP Hey Broncos, This is just a quick message from The Roundup letting you know how you can get your writing featured in the paper. To explain, let’s start with a question: Have you ever read an opinion column that you completely disagreed with or thought was dead wrong? Or have you ever read one that you just loved—one that you thought just spelled…
Basketball cruises past Westwood for momentum building win
Brophy 63 Westwood 36 By George Liddy ’14 THE ROUNDUP Brophy basketball beat Westwood at home Dec. 4 putting up 56 points in the first three quarters leading to their 63-36 victory. “This was a good team win, and we played good defense keeping them less than 40 points” said head coach Mr. Tony Fuller about the win. Tim Kempton ’13 had 10 points and seven rebounds in the first…
Football begins 2012 with win over Mountain Ridge
Brophy 34 Mountain Ridge 14 By Michael Moroney ’13 THE ROUNDUP The Brophy Broncos captured a 34-14 win Wednesday, Aug. 22 in the first game of the season with a fast offensive start and a strong finish against the Mountain Ridge Mountain Lions. Brophy was forced to start their 2012 season on a Wednesday in order to schedule their Saturday, Aug. 25 game against Rancho Santa Margarita out of California.…
Brophy crushes Mesa in semifinals for chance at state title

Brophy (21-7) overcame a 58 point explosion by Jahii Carson March 3 in the semifinals vs. Mesa (21-6) and is one win away from capturing their first ever basketball championship.

“We’re looking to hang a banner in the gym,” said James Harper ’12, who led Brophy with 21 points, “We worked hard all season long and it’s going to pay off tomorrow.”

The Broncos countered Carson and Mesa with offensive sparks of their own.

Hamilton shuts down Brophy offense in loss

The Hamilton Huskies shut out Brophy in a 27-0 loss Oct. 22, the first time the Broncos have not scored a point since they last played Hamilton in Chandler.

On their first possession, Brophy went three-and-out that led to a 25-yard Hamilton field goal with 7:33 left in the first quarter.

Brophy’s best drive of the night, 52 yards, was stopped by a missed 34-yard field goal by Zac Bryan ’12 with 11:15 to go in the half.