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Sox blow past Rays, Tigers now in sight

Sox blow past Rays, Tigers now in sight

Tom E. Johnson, Contributor

October 16, 2013

    When football and hockey seasons get underway at the start of fall, baseball sadly starts coming to a close. Most teams and cities don't get the joy of having postseason baseball, but Boston and the rest of New England are some of the lucky few that can continue to watch their team accel. The Bo...

Fall sports showcase

Fall sports showcase

Matt Claire and Tommy Johnson, Sports Editor and Contributor

October 10, 2013

Photographer Matt Mailloux has been making the rounds for school sports. Here are some of his pictures...

Player of the Week: Matt Ferenczhalmy

Player of the Week: Matt Ferenczhalmy

Nate Powers, Contributor

October 9, 2013

   Matthew Ferenczhalmy is this week’s Player of The Week. Ferenczhalmy had 200+ yards, and 4 touchdowns on Saturday, September 21, 2013. “He's just like his brother, Nate,” Ian Tomer, '14, stated. “He powers through, he's a complete player.”    As Coach Rich Bergskaug stated. “He's ...

A new year, a new face

A new year, a new face

Nate Powers, Contributor

October 9, 2013

   Two goals, 17 seconds. That is the way the Bruins’ season ended, leaving players and fans questioning, ‘what just happened?’ But this year will be different, in both a good way, and in a bad way, with additions to the team such as Loui Eriksson, Chad Johnson, Jordan Caron, Reilly Smith, Car...

Hollis Brookline sports show support for the cause

Hollis Brookline sports show support for the cause

Austin Bumpus, Co Editor-in-Chief

October 9, 2013

     October is officially recognized as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and support for the cause is shown throughout the world in different ways. Whether it is something as simple as wearing pink to show support, or holding an event dedicated to the cause, Breast Cancer Awareness is important...

Get the knack for hacking a sack

Get the knack for hacking a sack

Harrison Newman, Contributor

October 9, 2013

   In the spring of last year, a new craze came to Hollis Brookline -- the game of hacky-sack. This game has spread through the halls of Hollis Brookline like wild-fire, attracting students of all age groups to join in on the fun. Whether it’s a varsity soccer player working on foot skills or jus...

Brazil Bound

Brazil Bound

Matt Claire, Sports Editor

October 2, 2013

The USA is going to Brazil! The United States Men’s National Soccer team qualified this fall for the Fifa World Cup 2014 in Brazil. The World Cup occurs every four years, much like the Olympics, in a chosen location that’s different each time.  The men’s soccer team is in one of the best positio...

One team, one family, one purpose

One team, one family, one purpose

Austin Bumpus, Co-Editor-in-Chief

September 22, 2013

Whether it involves a new coach, new system, or a new mindset, the Hollis Brookline football team has gone through many of changes in the past twelve months, and they are embracing the fresh start. With first-year head coach Richard Bergskaug at the helm and a whole new playbook for both their offense a...

Getting in the swing of things

Getting in the swing of things

Sophia Hall, News Editor

September 19, 2013

So far, the Fall sports season is full of wins as well as losses. This year the HB field hockey team is one that has been well noted for its winning record and close team. There are also new coaches for the team this year. Jack Taber has been bumped up from the junior varsity coach to the head varsity...

How to be a fanatic

How to be a fanatic

Matt Claire, Sports Editor

September 19, 2013

  The life of a fanatic is full of great commitment, emotion, and passion. To be a fanatic, you can’t just get the scores of your team from scrolling through your Twitter feed, you need to eat, sleep, and breathe sports. “But what steps do I take to become a fanatic?” one might ask. That’s...

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