St. Mary’s

Broncos roundup Knights for second straight year
Brophy 58 St. Mary’s 6 By P. Erik Meyer ’14 THE ROUNDUP The football rivalry between Brophy and St. Mary’s is nearly evenly split since the two teams began the series in 1959, but the 2012 rendition was a one-sided affair in Brophy’s favor. St. Mary’s leads the series 27-26 according to the Arizona Republic but on Friday Oct. 12 the Broncos came one step closer to closing the gap with…
Brophy finishes off the Knights on back to back nights
By P. Erik Meyer THE ROUNDUP Brophy 5 St. Mary’s 4 The Broncos walked off the wind swept baseball diamondApril 13 after beating the St. Mary’s Knights on back to back nights and the being the winners of six straight games. “It’s beating St. Mary’s that adds a little extra to it,” said head coach Mr. Tom Succow. “We didn’t play a pretty game, we had that one blowup inning there,…
Baseball extends win streak to 4 games with 12-run victory over St. Mary’s
By George Liddy ’14 THE ROUNDUP Brophy 14 St. Mary’s 2 The Broncos only had five hits in Thursday night’s road game against St. Mary’s, but that was enough to score 14 runs in a win over their rival 14-2. “St. Mary’s is 19-2 overall and 11-1 in the power point rankings … this was a good win over a quality team,” said head coach Mr. Tom Succow. Brophy scored…
Three and Out: Top four storylines from Brophy vs. St. Mary’s

By Erik T. Masingill ’12

First Down: Broncos avenge 16-13 loss to St. Mary’s

Last year’s 16-13 loss to the Knights broke the streak of seven consecutive wins for the Broncos. However, St. Mary’s consecutive win streak ended at one after the Broncos’ 63-0 victory Oct. 14.

The 63-point victory is also the highest margin of win for the Broncos throughout every game in the rivalry.

Brophy, St. Mary’s football share storied history
By Aakash Jain ’14 THE ROUNDUP Before the Great Depression, the football program at Brophy had green and white as its team colors, several unofficial nicknames, and its most prominent competitors were Phoenix Union and Mesa. “The high school gridders for the most part were called the Colts,” according to “William Henry Brophy College,” a book written by the Rev. Francis A. Moore, S.J. “Local sports writers were not always…
Broncos ready to rumble with St. Mary’s this Friday, Sept. 11

Imagine packing into the gym to energize the team, the smell of fresh beef hitting a grill and the prickle down your spine when hundreds of warriors jubilantly rush onto a field after a great victory.
When Brophy plays against St. Mary’s Friday students can experience all of this and more.