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Pittenger’s 5 TDs lead broncos to win over Westview

Photo by Michael Placenti ’19 | Noah Pittenger ’17 runs the ball against Westview Sept. 2 at Phoenix College. Brophy Defeated Westview 35-14. Brophy 35 Westview 14 By Andrew Howard ’17 THE ROUNDUP Noah Pittenger ’17 led Brophy to victory over Westview Sept. 2 scoring all five of the Bronco’s touchdowns at Phoenix College. Pittenger carried the […]

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Haiti immersion trip opens eyes, changes perspective

Brophy students and teachers visit with children at a Haitian orphanage Fermathe.  By Anthony Cardellini ’17 & Andrew Howard ’17 THE ROUNDUP Sometimes it is difficult to imagine how much and how great the world’s poverty is. More frighteningly, it is difficult to think of any ways for students like us to make a dent in that […]

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Runner-up Torres active in multiple ways on campus

Photo courtesy of Brophy Facebook – Luis Torres ’16 was awarded the Sullivan Leadership Award from Seattle University. By Andrew Howard ’17 THE ROUNDUP Luis Torres ’16 is more than just a leader on Student Council. Torres also started the Hip-Hop Club, ran varsity cross country and track, attended the El Salvador and KBI immersion […]

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Sports finishes year of ups and downs

Photos by Roundup Staff — Various student athletes compete in Brophy sports. By Henry Erlandson ’16 and Andrew Howard ’17 THE ROUNDUP Varsity sport teams capped off a year of mixed results, featuring successes from cross country, swim and golf. Some teams fell short of their expectations while others found ways to exceed them. Cross […]

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Baseball sits at 10-10, hopes to make playoffs

Photo by Hunter Franklin ’19 – Chad McClanahan ’16 tags out a base runner during the baseball game against North Canyon Friday, Feb. 26. The team looks to build off of experience heading into the season. By Andrew Howard ’17 THE ROUNDUP Lead by senior third baseman Chad McClanahan ’16 and senior pitcher Jeff Rula […]

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Player, team styles affect sports in multiple ways

By Andrew Howard ’17 THE ROUNDUP Many players, no matter the sport, have their own style of play to differentiate themselves. What type of style a player has depends on the game. Sports like basketball and baseball, although entirely team oriented, at times can be affected by a singular person’s performance. “Each player brings certain […]

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Mass dress aids students, keeps students equal and focused through worship

Photo by Isaac Myers ’18 – Students walk into Saint Francis Xavier Church wearing Mass dress. Mass dress keeps student uniform standard. By Andrew Howard ’17 THE ROUNDUP Mass dress is something we all have to go through. It all starts the night before with a call from Dean Mr. Pat Higgins telling you what […]

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Surrounded by Violence: Students debate violence in video games

Violent video games, movies do not correlate with real life violence By Jack Cahill ’17 THE ROUNDUP In a society polarized by issues of gun violence, a popular sentiment is that violent video games and movies lead to increased gun and societal violence. That idea may sound logical, but many studies have shown that there […]

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Featured Sports Wrestling

Cutting weight for wrestling not tolerated on campus

Photo by Cory Wyman ’16 – Cutting weight solely for the purpose of being put into a lower weight category is discouraged by the wrestling program. By Andrew Howard ’17 THE ROUNDUP Brophy has a zero tolerance policy on cutting weight, a practice that has often been used in wrestling to try to gain an advantage […]

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AIA football playoff locations unfair to lower seeded teams

Site choices contradict AIA’s “neutral” location listing Commentary by Henry Erlandson ’16 & Andrew Howard ’17 THE ROUNDUP The Arizona Interscholastic Association sure has a unique interpretation of the word “neutral.” In a Division 1 semifinal playoff game this December that was supposed to be at a “neutral location,” Centennial played Mountain Pointe at Desert […]

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