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Tiger Woods Returns to Competitive Golf

Malcolm Herbert '18, Opinions Editor

December 7, 2016

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​On December 1st, Tiger Woods returned to competitive golf for the first time in 15 months. Woods had taken time off to recover from back surgery (his third in as many years) and overcome performance anxiety that had been... Read more »

Should There Be an NFL D-League?

Ben Painchaud '18, Sports Editor

December 7, 2016

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Of the four major American sports leagues—the NFL, NBA, MLB, and NHL—the NFL is the only one that does not have an associated farm system or development league. The MLB has a farm system ranging from Single-A to Triple-A ball,... Read more »

Student Athlete Profile: Ari Aminpour ’17

Nick Fahy '18, Social Media Manager

December 6, 2016

Filed under Sports

Soccer injuries are a fairly homogenous lot. Most of them have to do with knees and ankles. They can be kicked, twisted, sprained, pulled, and torn; a range of possibilities the BC High school nurses are all too familiar with,... Read more »

The Jamie Collins Trade: Stupid or Genius?

Joe Stafford '18, Contributor

December 6, 2016

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"It had to be Cleveland?" I'm sure Jamie Collins has asked this to himself and his agent multiple times over the past week. In the most surprising move since the Jimmy Graham trade in 2015, Jamie Collins was dealt from the New... Read more »

Celtics Predictions and Projections

John Fitzpatrick '18, Contributor

November 4, 2016

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Isaiah Thomas  - 22 Points, 4 RPG,7 APG, 46% from the field This Celtics team will go as far as Isaiah Thomas takes them. If they want to make strides this year, possibly to even reach the eastern conference finals, it woul... Read more »

Arian Foster: The Best HB in Texans History

Joe Stafford '18, Contributor

November 3, 2016

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Undrafted, unnoticed, and without hope. Every year, the National Football League leaves countless prospects with these crippling emotions. They begin to swallow the unfathomable reality that their football career is finished... Read more »

Could this be the year for BC High Football?

Ben Painchaud '18, Sports Editor

October 28, 2016

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In recent years, BC High football has consistently cracked the Massachusetts preseason top-25 list and has sported some remarkably talented teams— in fact, there were two Ivy League commits last season, a walk-on commit at BC,... Read more »

A Runner’s High

Nicholas Fahy '18, Social Media Manager

October 25, 2016

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Senior Joe Stover has heard all the jokes. "You're from Colorado?" they banter, "How high are you? How often do you light up? Bring any ... dispensary candy back for me?" They ask what he grows in his backyard, if he's planning... Read more »

BC High Competes at Head of the Charles

Andrew Kraunelis '17, Contributor

October 25, 2016

Filed under News, Sports

On Sunday, October 23, 2016 sixteen BC High students rowed in the Head of the Charles Regatta. Entered in the mens youth eight and coxed by Luke Ames'18 where Ryan Beeler'18, Michael Wilson'18, Harrison Bleckley'17, Conor Bradley'17,... Read more »

The Next Great One? Hope in Toronto

Will McMillen '20, Contributor

October 25, 2016

Filed under Sports

One of the games on the first night of the 2016-2017 NHL season was the Toronto Maple Leafs visiting the Canadian Tire Center for a matchup against the Ottawa Senators. Why would this game be important? Why would anybody watch a ... Read more »

How Do Patriots Stack Up With Brady Back?

Hugh Cole '18, Contributor

October 21, 2016

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After playing just two games since returning from his suspension, Tom Brady has already thrown for 782 yards, 6 six touchdowns and 0 interceptions. The New England Patriots have gone 2-0 over this stretch after cruising to a Week Fiv... Read more »

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