Faces of Brophy

Faces of Brophy: Thomas Yarbro ’22
Photo by Noah Lederer ’21 | “I am the baseball team manager right now. I like doing this because it gives me something to do. It’s fun, I’m always active and doing something and picking up baseballs and extra bases is all I need to do.” – Thomas Yarbro ’22
Faces of Brophy: TJ Martinez ’19
Photo by Raymond Link ’20 | “I love track and field because it is a mentally straining sport. If I want to do well in school and sports, I have to push myself to the limit.” – TJ Martinez ’19
Faces of Brophy: Charles Gbekia ’19
Photo by Jackson Moran ’20 | “Currently I’m the president of the Black Student Union, we’ve been doing a lot of work this year to make it a cohesive group, and invite the Xavier girls to come join us.” – Charles Gbekia ’19
Faces of Brophy: Matthew Carlson ’22
Photo by Jackson Moran ’20 | “My favorite part of choir is the community. Choir is a lot about learning new music. Especially working together as a group, it requires a lot of collaboration.” – Matthew Carlson ’22
Faces of Brophy: Giovanni Mantes
Photo by Jackson Moran ’20 | “I am a student leader in Hermanos Unidos. It’s somewhere where I can express my culture, and I feel at home there. I come from a small school so I have that sense of family there.” -Giovanni Mantes ’20
Faces of Brophy: Gus Chavez
Photo by Jackson Moran ’21 | “My favorite part of Red and White Club is that we get to meet prospective students from middle schools, and we get to tour them around campus and enlighten them about what it means to be a Brophy Student.” -Gus Chavez ’21
Faces of Brophy: Aaron Acunin
Photo by Bryce Owen ’17 Aaron Acunin ’17 “While on the topic of genetics and twins, we looked at lookalikes in my psychology class. That same night, I saw my lookalike in a Whataburger commercial.”
Faces of Brophy: George Soberanis
Photo by Bryce Owen ’17 George Soberanis ’20 “My mom is my most important family member, and I have a very special relationship with her since I didn’t really grow up with a dad. So I can talk to her and always know that she will help me.”
Faces of Brophy: Ryan Knappenberger
Photo by Andrew Brown ’18 Ryan Knappenberger ’18 ”It was life changing to work with the poor over the summer and experience the struggle that they overcome everyday.”