Chris Agnone

Runner-up Patel shows dedication, love of others
Photo Illustration by Hunter Franklin ’19 | Kinner Patel ’18 poses for a photo in the Robinson Gymnasium. Kinner Patel, who plays Volleyball and is a key club member was nominated as a runner up for Man of the Year this year. By Chris Agnone ’18 THE ROUNDUP For Kinner Patel ’18, school work, sports and service are all equally making him into the epitome of a Man for Others, on…
Senior Griego avid conservationist, bowhunter
By Chris Agnone ’18 THE ROUNDUP David Griego ’18 is a bowhunter and conservationist who is passionate about wildlife and the future of bowhunting as a conservation model. As a young boy, Griego successfully practiced and hunted with his father with archery equipment. “It took months of preparation, building up my strength and improving my accuracy on archery targets,” Griego said. “The farthest I was comfortable shooting at the time…
OPINIONS: Faculty workshops brings harsh realities and a strong call to action
By Chris Agnone ’18 and Alex Kirshner ’18 THE ROUNDUP Brophy held its annual Summit workshop day on human trafficking on Wednesday, February 28th. The workshops played host to a plethora of extremely qualified speakers, as well as students and teachers. These speakers varied from officers of the law, to adult movie industry escapees, to victims of trafficking in the United States and internationally. Over 40 workshops were available to…
Sleep is being valued less, school extracurriculars more important
In a survey completed by Chris Agnone ’18 and Chris Stanek ’19, a majority of students report getting less than 8 hours of sleep per night. By Chris Agnone ’18  and Chris Stanek ’19 THE ROUNDUP The rigors of school and extracurriculars often interfere with a student’s sleep cycle which can be very detrimental to their physical and mental performance short and long term. Nationwide Children’s, adolescents need to get…
Sleep is being valued less, school extracurriculars more important
By Chris Agnone ’18  and Chris Stanek ’19 THE ROUNDUP The rigors of school and extracurriculars often interfere with a student’s sleep cycle which can be very detrimental to their physical and mental performance short and long term. Nationwide Children’s, adolescents need to get nine and half hours of sleep a night. The average teenager gets between seven and seven and a quarter hours of sleep a night. The article…
Soccer team filled with committed athletes, now no. 3 in nation
By Chris Agnone ’18 THE ROUNDUP Many of the soccer team’s seniors committed to universities after very competitive and successful careers playing high school and club soccer. The soccer team has had a very successful season thus far with a record of 17-0-2, mostly attributed to the many seniors that are committed to a university after graduation this year. Connor McCabe ’18, Tobin Shanks ’18, Sam Fletcher ’18 and Carter…
JVLA fantastic opportunity for students to get ahead in credits, prepare for college
By Chris Agnone ’18 THE ROUNDUP Students are presented with a great opportunity to earn extra credits though the Jesuit Virtual Learning Academy (JVLA) to help them get ahead in class load and credit count. . This Jesuit-run academy lets students take courses online either during the school year or over the summer to earn full class credits. This is a fantastic opportunity for students who need to fill a…
Dean reinforces school policies, emphasizes Dean’s Office helping role
By Chris Agnone ’18 THE ROUNDUP The new school year did not come with any new rules, but students are still getting Justice Under God for rules that they were not aware of, such as haircut policy and carpool rules. Dean of Students Mr. Patrick Higgins emphasized some rules during orientation as a refresher for students. “A couple points of emphasis that I mentioned during orientation were that students may…
Reiter ranked 1 in the nation as a long snapper, committed to CSU
Photo by Edwin Perez ’18 | Ross Reiter ’18 comes off the field after a defensive stop. By Chris Agnone ’18 THE ROUNDUP One of the top football recruits in the nation for long snapping, Ross Reiter ’18, has just committed to Colorado State University in the class of 2022. Reiter’s football career started in 7th grade, and he immediately began as a long snapper. “I was very motivated to…