Students compete in Pan Am

Two track and field athletes competed in the Panamerican Junior Athletics Championships in Edmonton, Canada Aug. 1. Courtney Corrin ’16 placed second in the Panamerican Junior Athletics Championships for the long jump with a jump of 6.13 meters (20-1 1/3). Corrin qualified for the games after winning the USA Track and Field Junior National Championships […]

Cross Country achieves record numbers in preseason

With a record-setting 41 students attending the Big Bear training camp in August, cross-country is looking to work towards CIF success for both men and women. The team traveled to Big Bear for five days this summer to train in higher altitude and promote team bonding. “We had tremendous team vibe, excellent training and a […]

Squad wins Desert Heat Tournament

The girls’ basketball team won the Desert Heat Tournament after a 39-33 victory over Chaminade July 18. Chaminade, which is ranked second nationally for girls basketball according to MaxPreps, previously defeated the Wolverines in the championship game of the Saugus Tournament July 1. “The girls have played an enormous amount of basketball this summer with […]

Platt '11 sings National Anthem at July 4 Nationals game

Ben Platt ’11 sang the National Anthem to commence the July 4 Washington Nationals game against the San Francisco Giants at Nationals Park. Platt will play Evan Hansen in the new musical “Dear Evan Hansen” in Washington D.C. from July 10 to Aug. 23. Platt has previously performed in “The Book of Mormon” as Elder […]

Team finishes winless in league play

The varsity softball team ended its season with a 0-8 league record, but is planning to build on the skills learned this year for upcoming seasons. While the young squad faced hard losses throughout the season, players were able to bond during their practices and over their defeats. Head Coach Claire Rietmann-Grout’s goal for the […]

Students to present art from trip to Cuba

Student art work from the Cuba spring break trip will be featured at Bergamot Station starting May 16. The trip, led by Upper School Visual Arts teacher Alyssa Sherwood and Middle School Visual Arts teacher Joe Medina, ran from March 28 to April 5. Students interviewed Cubans to better understand the life and culture of […]

Team struggles in Mission League

The softball team remains positive despite a 2-9-1 overall record and an 0-3 league record before Tuesday’s game against Notre Dame. The results    were unavailable as of press time. The squad has had to adjust after getting seven new players. “I think sometimes when we lose a game or have a bad practice we forget […]

Young squad struggles in first games of season

An inexperienced softball squad started the season with an 0-3-1 overall record. The team, which only has four seniors, suffered a 15-0 loss against Mira Costa on March 11. “Our goal that day was to have good at-bats, and to cheer and to be ‘teamy,’ and those are things that we did,” Softball Program Head […]

Battle for Love

Chemistry teacher Nathan Cardin decided to try dating websites when he was a graduate student at Stanford, but found himself unable to use eHarmony because he is gay and there were only two options for matchmaking: male searching for female and female searching for male. “It was kind of like a triple take,” Cardin said, […]

School hosts field hockey showcase

Head coaches from the University of Maryland, Johns Hopkins, Brown and Yale coached and observed field hockey players from all over the country on Ted Slavin Field Jan. 3 and 4. The event consisted of a five-hour session each day, including drills and scrimmages. Coaches also talked about the college recruiting process and the differences […]