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“We Get One Game”

Nick Fahy '18, Social Media Manager

October 21, 2016

Filed under Sports

There is a little moment at the rise of every football play where the center, completely still, holds the ball in his right hand, and two competing lines face each other in neat, three-point stances, each awaiting with bated breat... Read more »

Kaepernick’s Protest: A True Form of Patriotism

Nicholas Sommer ‘17, Contributor

October 5, 2016

Filed under Opinions, Sports

  Much has been said the last few weeks after Colin Kepernick – the backup quarterback for the San Fransisco 49ers – decided to remain seated rather than stand for the national anthem during the second-to-last preseason... Read more »

The State of BC Football

Daniel Coates '17, Contributor

October 5, 2016

Filed under Opinions, Sports

I'm fairly certain, whether you are a fan of collegiate sports or not, that most of you have heard of the recent failures of the Boston College football and basketball programs. Whether this be because we share the same name... Read more »

BC High Baseball Wins Catholic Conference

Andrew Olivo '17, Contributor

June 7, 2016

Filed under Sports

On Monday, May 9th, the Eagles secured the Catholic Conference Title with a 7-2 win over rival St. John's Prep. This marks the first year that BC High baseball has won the ultra-competitive Catholic Conference since 2012. Coming... Read more »

How the Celtics Can Be Title Contenders Next Year

Ben Painchaud, Sports Editor

May 26, 2016

Filed under Sports

Though the pain of the Celtics first-round elimination from the playoffs still lingers, the team's future is bright and there is much to be optimistic about. They have a brilliant coach in Brad Stevens, a budding star in Isaiah... Read more »

2016 NFL Draft: What to Watch For

Ben Painchaud '18, Sports Editor

May 3, 2016

Filed under Sports

This April, as is the case very year, more than 256 NFL-hopefuls will hear their names called in the 2016 NFL Draft. It is an exciting time of year full of speculation, hope, and uncertainty. For some fledgling teams, the draft... Read more »

5 reasons to be excited for the upcoming MLB Season

Chris Pyne '18, Contributor

March 28, 2016

Filed under Sports

The 2016 MLB Season is just around the corner as teams start to finish up their Spring Training schedules. Like every year, there are many reasons to be excited, but let's take a look at my top five reasons to be excited for... Read more »

“A Passing of the Torch”

Ben Painchaud '18, Contributor

March 15, 2016

Filed under Sports

Kobe Bryant's looming retirement from pro basketball will mark both the end of an era and the beginning of an entirely new one. It is both a sad and exciting prospect to see Kobe go; sad in that there will never quite be another... Read more »

Should the Pro Bowl Exist?

Michael Sticca '18, Contributor

February 24, 2016

Filed under Sports

On Sunday, January 31, the 2016 NFL Pro Bowl kicked off at 7:00 PM on CBS. In the second year of the newly introduced Pro Bowl format, Team Rice took on Team Irvin, the reigning champion. The game showcased numerous big plays,... Read more »

Indoor Track Races to the Finish

Patrick Donovan '16, Contributor

January 21, 2016

Filed under Sports

One would be hard pressed to find a team this that has experienced more success this winter than the BC High indoor track team. Through four meets the Eagles have managed to defeat St. John's, Catholic Memorial, Brockton, and,... Read more »

Alabama Wins National Championship

Malcolm Herbert '18, Contributor

January 21, 2016

Filed under Sports

On Monday, January 11th, the number two-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide defeated the number one-ranked Clemson Tigers in the college football National Championship. This was Nick Saban’s fifth national title as the coach of Alabama,... Read more »

Swim Team Building on Young Foundation

Ryan McNeill '16, Contributor

January 21, 2016

Filed under Sports

Dedication and commitment. That is all coaches Kara Brennan and Allison Rosshirt ask for from their team; this year in particular it has been paying off. With unheralded success in the first half of the season the Swimming and... Read more »