Tyler Scott

‘Best Day Ever’ meets, raises expectations

By Tyler J. Scott ’12

The hip-hop music venue is changing and no one has been a bigger catalyst than Pittsburgh-bred, up-and-coming rap artist Mac Miller.

Miller has captured fans with his hard-hitting lyricism and his knack for connecting to a high school audience.

Fr. Olivier cheers across all fields

By Eric Villanueva ’11 & Tyler J. Scott ’12

From a shelf in his office within the Office of Faith and Justice, the Rev. Harry “Dutch” Olivier, S.J. pulls down a black and white photograph of two, young smiling children.

Fr. Olivier points to the haircut of the younger, blue-eyed child sitting on a bench.

OCD Moosh & Twist ‘live it up’ on the East Coast

By Tyler J. Scott ’12

Lately the high school music audience has been hit with a new age of hip-hop and rap music including the likes of Wiz Khalifa or Mac Miller.

Like these two progressive artists, the hip-hop music collective OCD is from Pennsylvania, reining from Philadelphia.

OCD’s members include DeQuincy “Moosh” McRae and Oliver “Twist” Feighan.

“Moosh & Twist are 17 years old with dreams to change the game in a positive way,” according to their Facebook and YouTube pages.

Brophy ‘six inches from winning’ against Mountain Pointe

By Tyler J. Scott ’12

The Broncos fell to Mountain Pointe 13-12 Nov. 19, knocking Brophy out of the playoffs in the second round for the second year in a row.

The game started well for Brophy when the Pride fumbled the opening kickoff and it was recovered by Jake Faust ’12 of the Broncos on the the 30-yard line.

After a Fred Gammage ’12 third down conversion pass to Matt Auran ’13 for 23 yards, Josh Dennard ’11 punched it in for a touchdown.

Turnovers, miscues lead to loss against Desert Vista

Brophy had four turnovers Friday, Oct. 29 against Desert Vista, three in the second half, to help fuel the Thunder offense to a 38-14 victory.

Brophy fell to 4-5 overall and 2-3 in the Fiesta Region.

“You can’t win games when you turn the ball over and they ran the ball effectively against us. We did get stops, just didn’t capitalize,” head coach Mr. Scooter Molander said about Brophy’s mistakes.