Fall sports success translates to heavy haul in awards season

By Ian Christopher Beck ’12 & Michael Moroney ’13

Brophy’s fall sports season saw the varsity football team go undefeated in the regular season, the golf team win state for the first time in 12 years, the swim team capture its 23rdconsecutive state title and a fourth place finish by the cross country team in their state meet.

McGovern influenced by Radiohead in creating own music

By Kevin M. Cabano ’12
During this previous summer, I attended a concert by a band of largely Brophy students called Treefingers.

I have known Treefingers songwriter, keyboardist and lead vocalist Quinn McGovern ’12 for several years, but this was my first time seeing him in a musical setting.

Fine Arts Extravaganza highlights musicians, writers, visual artists

By Alex Stanley ’12, Julian De Ocampo ’13, Roan Enright ’13 & Josh Galvin ’13
The Blackbox Theater was abuzz all night Nov. 22 at the Fine Arts Extravaganza, with school bands and four student acts filling the small theater for more than four hours of music.
The first student organized groups came on at around 8:15 p.m.

Goalie Sundermeier leads soccer, student body

By Jackson Santy ’13

For the next several months Nate Sundermeier ’12 may primarily be known as the varsity goalie for the Brophy Broncos soccer team.

However this is among the many titles he holds on campus.

Speech ace McDonald dedicated to giving back

By Ian C. Beck ’12
Senior Bill McDonald ’12 competes in a Speech and Debate event known as extemporaneous speech.
“Extemp,” as it is more commonly known, requires participants to research a question about the economy, politics or other well-known topics and deliver a speech in response to it.