Christian Guerithault

Month-long work unfolds behind the scenes of the newsroom
By Christian Guerithault ’14 THE ROUNDUP Many may think that The Roundup is just a newspaper that comes out once a month. However, people don’t see what goes on in E331 every day of the week to make that happen. The Roundup is primarily known for its paper edition that comes out each month, but people can also find us online on social media outlets such as Facebook and Twitter.…
Burr inspires students to look behind the lens
By Christian Guerithault ’14 THE ROUNDUP Brophy has promotional videos for almost everything these days, but who is really responsible for making these videos? After graduating six years ago, Mr. Pete Burr ’07 is back at Brophy as the Digital Media Manager. “I was originally hired to create content for both the school’s side and the president’s office side that would bring what the school does to a larger community.…
Volleyball team set up for playoff competition
Team consists of unique players, skillsets different than previous years By Christian Guerithault ’14 THE ROUNDUP With a regular season record of 13-1 as of April 23, the Brophy volleyball team looks to the state playoffs. “Our practices tend to be as game-like as possible,” said head coach Mr. Tony Oldani. “Usually our practice will start with a warm-up, then we’ll move into some skill specific drill depending on who…
Soccer finishes perfect playoff run with title
By Christian Guerithault ’14 THE ROUNDUP Brophy soccer finished their championship four-game playoff ride with a perfect 4-0 record. The soccer team had no doubts all year about what had to be done in order to come out on top. “Motivation was not an issue for us because of the nature of our results in the past,” said head soccer coach Mr. Marc Kelly ’87. “We had been to the…
Santos counsels students towards college, beyond
By Christian Guerithault ’14 THE ROUNDUP Finding the right college and path in life is something that all high school students will experience. Having a college counselor guide you through the process can help alleviate stress and be a helpful tool for a student. Mr. Rey Santos is in his second year at Brophy and he is one of three college counselors who help juniors and seniors choose the right…
Frank splits time on wrestling mat, in classroom
By Christian Guerithault ’14 THE ROUNDUP Coaching a varsity sport is a difficult job for anyone, adding five honors math classes to the mix just makes the challenge even harder. Head wrestling coach Mr. Brad Frank said he has been into wrestling for the majority of his life. “My dad got me to start in a kids program when I was five years old,” Mr. Frank said. While the wrestling…
Bronco basketball takes hard-fought victory against DV Thunder
Brophy 71 Desert Vista 62 By P. Erik Meyer ’14 & Christian Guerithault ’14 THE ROUNDUP Romano Bottini ’14 helped Brophy past Desert Vista Jan. 17 with 19 points shooting, 100 percent from beyond the three point line and seven of nine from the free throw line. “My teammates just found me when I was open,” Bottini said of his performance in the 71-62 win. “They helped draw defenders and…
Basketball defeats longtime rival Knights at home
Brophy 60 Saint Mary’s 49 By Christian Guerithault ’14 THE ROUNDUP Despite a third quarter rally and being outscored 34 to 28 in the second half, the Brophy Broncos defeated the Saint Mary’s Knights 60-49 Jan. 8 at home. Brophy never let St. Mary’s lead at any point in the game on their way to an 11-point victory. Tim Kempton ’13 led the Broncos in scoring with 20 points, shooting…
It Came From The Internet!
By Christian Guerithault ’14 THE ROUNDUP Infoplease.com Have you ever had an essay to write and never knew where to begin your research? If the answer to the question above is yes then Infoplease.com is your solution. Infoplease.com is a database that consists of encyclopedias, atlases, thesauruses and other materials used to obtain information about almost anything. If you would like your research from a specific source such as an…
Weinstein works at AZ Airtime trampoline center on weekends
By Christian Guerithault ’14 & P. Erik Meyer ’14 THE ROUNDUP On days off from school, many students play sports, do homework or relax. Casey Weinstein ’13 chooses to do something different than most. On Sundays, Weinstein is a safety monitor at AZ Airtime, a trampoline facility located in Scottsdale. “It’s a pretty easy job. It doesn’t require that much energy and isn’t stressful at all,” Weinstein said. “I prefer…