Buckets in the New Year: US Basketball in 2019

Jack Henry Muha '19

March 3, 2019

Filed under Sports

The University School Varsity Basketball squad has had quite the season thus far. With a record of 7-8, it seems the Preppers haven't necessarily played their best basketball yet. With that being said, however, their record itself...

2018-2019 Basketball Interviews

Jake Kapp '19

March 3, 2019

Filed under Sports

Writer Jack Kapp recently sat down with some players on the 2018-2019 US basketball team to ask some key questions. Here’s what he got:   JACK VOUDOURIS What are some of the team's strengths this year? We have a ...

The CBA (Canceled Basketball Association)

Spencer Thomas '21

March 3, 2019

Filed under Op/Ed, Sports

By now, most people have heard about the fight that took place before winter break last year. In a routine CBA game, two students got into an altercation that turned physical, leading to a suspension of the league. Now after a...

Tiger v. Phil: A Thanksgiving Clash

Charles Brennan '20

January 15, 2019

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“The Match” took place this Friday; a battle between two rivals who have faced off countless times before, however, this time it didn’t end with the Tiger fist pump. Lefty took home the $9 million from the PPV televised...

US Hockey Preview

Pearce Richer '19

January 15, 2019

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The University School Hockey team is looking to make a statement this year as the team has a big chip on their shoulder from last season. The US hockey team fell to Toledo St. Francis in last year's state semi-final game, and...

Basketball Season Preview

Grant Paulikosky '19

January 15, 2019

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The Basketball season will be underway this upcoming December, and there are a few things you should know first. The team has a strong group of seniors who plan to guide the younger players and lead the team to victory every time...

CBA 2018-219: The Best Yet

Daniel Leonard '19

January 15, 2019

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The CBA season has finally arrived. The Class Basketball Association is by far the most popular sports club on campus. With over 150 students competing on a record 24 teams, it has quickly become one of the most liked activiti...

An Argument for Kyrie

Abem Fetene '22

January 15, 2019

Filed under Op/Ed, Sports

Kyrie Irving is the best point guard to play the game. Other than the crazy handles that can get him past defenders every time he has the ball and his unstoppable finishing ability, Kyrie has many more strengths that make him...

Team 129

Jimmy Sikorovsky, Staff Writer

November 16, 2018

Filed under General, Sports

With the loss of senior standouts Jayden Cunningham, Cam Hubbard, Lewis Allen, and Kevin Douglas, this year's senior captains Jake Kapp, Danny Ciano, and Jack Voudouris have big shoes to fill. Luckily, the three of them, along...

Golf Team Update

Jack Henry Muha, Staff Writer

November 5, 2018

Filed under General, Sports

The University School golf team has had a productive and exciting season so far. Starting on August 1st, the team shot right out of the gate as they looked to redeem last year’s performance and hopefully clinch a spot for the...

Soccer Team Update and Postseason Preview

Kevin McMahon, Staff Writer

November 5, 2018

Filed under General, Sports

A year ago, the 2017 University School Soccer team faced a daunting challenge as they were moved up from Division II to Division I. However, instead of doubting their ability, the 2017 team used this as an extra incentive to work...

Coach Alvarez and the Weight Room

Jake Kapp, Staff Writer

November 5, 2018

Filed under General, News, Sports

No one realized how badly University School needed a full-time strength and conditioning coach until Coach Alvarez arrived. His presence has made an immediate impact, and he is only getting started. Finding Coach Alvarez...

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