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Alpert named ‘Man of the Year’

Photo by Andrew Brown ’18 | Will Alpert ’17 mounts a photo for AP Studio Art. Will has been named Man of the Year. By Andrew Howard ’17 THE ROUNDUP Will Alpert ’17 seems to always have a smile on his face. What is even more admirable is this year’s Roundup “Man of the Year” […]

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MOY runner up Bhatt pairs intelligence with humility

Photo by Hunter Franklin ’19 | Alex Bhatt ’17 converses with fellow Brophy students in the Student Activity Center. By Tyler Conrad ’17 THE ROUNDUP It’s hard to go a day on campus without hearing the name Alex Bhatt ’17. Outside of being a Key Club officer, a member of Future Physicians Club, founder of the […]

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MOY Runner-Up Gerkensmeyer emphasizes importance of conversation

Photo by Manny Mata-Flores ’19 | Willie Gerkensmeyer ’17 speaks to a group of Xavier students at break April 24. Willie was voted as a Man of the Year finalist. By Anthony Cardellini ’17 THE ROUNDUP In early April Willie Gerkensmeyer ‘17 sat by the Bronco fountain in the mall. A young student walked up […]

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Featured Football News Sports

Football receiver Nicholson to join Navy, serve United States

Photo Courtesy of Nico Nicholson ’17 | Nico Nicholson ’17 takes his oath to the United States Navy. Nicholson will forego college to enlist in the Navy and hopes to work in the nuclear division. By Jack Davis ’19 THE ROUNDUP Attending a university is generally thought of as customary after a student obtains his […]

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Cartledge stays busy with Honor Chorale, plays

Photo by Andrew Brown ’18 | Cole Cartledge ’18 rehearses for Brophy Student Theatre’s: Punchline a Super Musical. Cole has also recently peformed in Once in a Lifetime and sings for Brophy’s Honor Chorale. By Edwin Perez ’18 THE ROUNDUP Cole Cartledge ’18 immerses himself in the Brophy fine arts program from Honor Chorale to […]

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Year in Sports: Several teams have successful seasons

Photos by the Roundup Staff | Brophy Sports completed many successful athletic seasons highlighted by state championships and all-state athletes while sending many athletes to play collegiate sports. By Alex Kirshner ’18 THE ROUNDUP Football The football team started out with a 7-0 record, including a win in the Sollenberger Classic against Pinnacle High School […]

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OPINIONS: Sheriff Arpaio’s departure signals progress for Phoenix

Photo Courtesy of Tribune News Service | Former Maricopa County, Ariz., Sheriff Joe Arpaio speaks on the last day of the Republican National Convention on July 21, 2016, at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland. By Matthew Zacher ’18 THE ROUNDUP It is difficult not to notice the the “Adios Arpaio” bumper sticker stamped on the […]

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Light Rail offers opportunity for many students

Photo by Andrew Brown ’18 | The Light Rail stops at Central and Campbell everyday April 4th. Brophy students use the Light Rail as a form of transportation to and from school. By Andrew Jordan ’18 THE ROUNDUP Seven years ago, my parents decided to let my brother Christopher go to Brophy on one condition; he had to […]

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Brophy waves farewell to Succow after 42 years

Photo by Hunter Franklin ’19 | Mr. Tom Succow instructs his team during batting practice Feb. 15. Succow is coaching his final season of a 40 year baseball coaching career at Brophy. By Jack Davis ’19 THE ROUNDUP Mr. Tom Succow has been a fixture at Brophy for four decades, impacting students’ lives as a […]

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Featured Golf Sports

Golf simulators serve as useful tool for golf team

Photo by Manuel Mata-Flores ’19 | Jack Geurtz ’17 uses one of the new golf simulators that was installed in The Dutch. There are two golf simulators in The Dutch that are available for use. By Hayden Welty ’19 THE ROUNDUP With the opening of the practice gym at the beginning of this semester, students now […]

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