Tyler Scott

Volleyball closes in on the end of the season, finishes strong in tournaments
By Tyler J. Scott ’12 THE ROUNDUP Brophy traveled to the Best of the West tournament in San Diego in early March and went 3-3, finishing in 21st place. They also went to the annual Las Vegas tournament, the Las Vegas Invitational Tournament, on April 2-3 where they went 7-2 and placed second for the second straight year. On April 13-14, Brophy hosted an invite where they ended up in…
Baseball loses shootout to Desert Vista
Desert Vista 6 Brophy 5 By Tyler J. Scott ’12 THE ROUNDUP After a combined eight runs in the fifth inning, Brophy was edged out by Desert Vista 6-5 Monday, April 16. “They put the ball in play; they made plays when they had to,” said head coach Mr. Tom Succow. “They made plays, we didn’t make plays.” The Thunder drew first blood in the bottom of the first inning…
Moore takes on defensive pressure, leadership role

By Tyler J. Scott ’12

When Connor Moore ’12 was three-years-old he would go to his brother’s t-ball games with his dad.

“I would play catch with my dad on the sidelines,” Moore said. “I loved anything to do with throwing a ball, and baseball was the best fit for me.”

Wrestling prepares for end of season

By Tyler J. Scott ’12

As the sectional and state meets approach, the Brophy wrestling team is hard at work.

On Wednesday, Jan. 11 the Broncos fell to Horizon High School by four points with Horizon bringing up wrestlers from JV to secure the victory.

The Music Sounds Better: OCD rolls out ‘The Welcome Mat’


OCD – “The Welcome Mat”

The hip-hop duo of OCD strikes again with their new mixtape “The Welcome Mat,” which they released Aug. 16.

Listeners can download the mixtape for free here.

Philadelphia natives DeQuincy “Moosh” McRae and Oliver “Twist” Feighan return with a tape containing only six songs but it is only the first part of a two-part program.

New Tablets coming for frosh class

By Brett Mejia ’13 & Tyler Scott ’12
Toshiba has been the face of Brophy technology for years and now Lenovo will likely be replacing the school’s computers.
The incoming freshmen will receive these new Tablets, and the price will be about the same as what previous classes had to pay for the Toshiba units.