News

Jesuit roots inspired Scholastic’s life of faith

Photo Courtesy of: Mr. Myles Kelley S.J Mr. Myles Kelley S.J, Brophy’s newest Jesuit teacher, is in the middle of an 11-year journey to become a priest. He said that he hopes to show the community unconditional love.  “The kind of love that God has for you, for me, for each of us,” Mr. Kelley […]

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Students and clubs gain greater freedom with the community schedule

Photo by: Alex Gross ’24 With the introduction of the block schedule this year, important changes are being considered and made pertaining to the community period which has affected clubs and students across the campus.  The community period has entailed a variety of activities, club meetings, and surveys for Brophy students to express how their […]

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Cross Country Sports

Tight-knit Cross Country team turns to new leaders

The Brophy Cross Country team will look to new team leaders this season after many of last year’s top runners graduated. Last year, the Broncos finished fifth at the AIA State Championship meet. The roster of nine included six seniors. “You can project where teams might be based on who’s coming back, but we’re a […]

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Mountain Biking Sports

Mountain biking team showing athletes with state best times

The Mountain Biking team came back from their first race on September 10-11 where they made the top placements in the JV2 division. Edwin Beltran ’25 also had the highest Brophy placement of 2nd in the boys JV2 division. “We’re expecting to come back with our first overall team victory this season,” said head coach, […]

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Sports Swim and Dive

Swim team using last season’s shortcomings as motivation

Last year, the Brophy Swim Team lost the state championship for the second time in 32 years. Despite this, swim coach Daren Brubaker was proud of his team’s performance “A lot of people wrote us off,” said Brubaker, “but we battled and we overperformed. I think it ended really well.” Coach Brubaker is hoping to […]

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News

Administration rolls out anti-cheating initiatives following scandal

During the school year’s first community period assembly, Assistant Principal for Technology Mr. Mica Mulloy ’99 introduced online anti-cheating measures in response to a cheating scandal which drew nationwide attention and involved over 100 members of the 2022 graduating class.  When asked about the events that occurred in May, Mulloy said that misuse of technology […]

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Lacrosse Sports

Brophy Lacrosse hungry for redemption after overtime loss

By Jack Willmore ’24 THE ROUNDUP After an overtime loss in last season’s Lacrosse State Championship game, Brophy Lacrosse has started off the season winning seven out of their nine games and is striving for another State Championship appearance. Brophy seems to be cruising through the season so far, only losing two games so far. […]

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News

Corral heads in new direction with revamped food and prices

As the start of the new school year kicked off, Director of Facilities Missy Grams and new Corral Executive Chef James Moran introduced a new buffet and prices for the substandard Corral food.  Mrs. Grams and Chef Moran brought in the new $7.50 buffet as an alternative lunch to the classic unhealthy pizza and chicken […]

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Golf Sports

Princeton commit aims to drive golf team back to state championship

Photo by: Alex Gross ’24 After taking second place in the State Championship last fall, Charlie Palmer ’23 said the Brophy golf team is looking strong this season. Palmer finished fifth at the state championships. Last January, he verbally committed to become a Princeton Tiger. The Tigers have won twelve NCAA team titles throughout the […]

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