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  • March 27School Committee Meeting: March 30 at 6:00 PM in the Walsh School Committee Room, 5th Floor, Town Hall.

  • March 27 Brookline High School Dance Marathon for Boston Children’s Hospital: April 13th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the Brookline Teen Center.

  • March 27College panel for students with learning differences will be held on Tuesday, April 4th at 7 pm in the MLK room

Girls hockey prevails over Newton North

Girls hockey prevails over Newton North

Ella Kitterman, Staff Writer
February 6
Filed under Game Recaps, Girls Hockey, Sports, Winter Sports

he combined hockey team of Brookline and Newton South girls finally broke through to capture their first ever combined victory against both schools’ long time rival Newton North last Wednesday, Feb. 3, winning 5-2 and improving its record to 8-6-4.

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What does a fall sports practice look like at the high school?

What does a fall sports practice look like at the high school?

Sofia Georgaklis, Sports Writing Editor
February 3
Filed under Fall Sports, Sports

The Sagamore broke down how each fall sports team at the high school spends their practice. We asked athletes on each team what a typical practice consists of.

Concussions hinder athletic and academic performance

Sofia Georgaklis, Sports Editor
February 3
Filed under Sports

Every year, approximately 3.8 million Americans suffer a concussion as a result of sport and physical activity, according to the National Athletic Trainers’ Association. A concussion is a mild type of brain injury. This brain trauma can cause severe headaches and dizziness as well as an end to an athlete’s...

Teams enforce athlete GPA policy

Teams enforce athlete GPA policy

Jake Brodsky, News Writing Editor
February 3
Filed under Boys Tennis, Fall Sports, Football, Girls Volleyball, Showcase, Sports

The thrill of representing the high school on a sports team and wearing the iconic blue or white jersey is, as varsity football coach and health and fitness teacher Keith Thomas put it, “a privilege, not a right.” With this privilege comes a certain responsibility to maintain academic standards ...

Lack of Facilities

Lack of Facilities

Sam Klein, Visuals Manager
February 3
Filed under Boys Soccer, Fall Sports, Field Hockey, Football, Girls Soccer, Sports

Of the 10 varsity sports that the high school offers in the fall, only half of them practice at the high school. The only varsity fall teams that compete at the high school are girls volleyball and girls swim and dive. Boys junior varsity soccer also practices and competes at the high school.

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Committed Athletes

Committed Athletes

Noa Dalzell, Managing Sports Editor
February 2
Filed under Showcase, Sports

Senior Max Bochman always knew he would play football in college. He began playing when he was 7 years old “to be just like his brothers” but soon made it his mission to continue playing the sport competitively after high school.

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Underclassmen undergo growth on varsity sports teams

Underclassmen undergo growth on varsity sports teams

Maya Page, Staff Writer
February 1
Filed under Showcase, Sports

Freshman varsity volleyball player Natalija Beslic wraps her arms around her teammates as they huddle during the match. Despite being new to the school and the team, she is no longer insecure on and off the court. Her nerves settle, her confidence rises, and she feels the support of her new teammate...

Boys track and field finishes the regular season with a win

Boys track and field finishes the regular season with a win

Sofia Georgaklis, Sports Writing Editor
January 29
Filed under Boys Indoor Track, Game Recaps, Sports

On Thursday, January 28th, the boys track team pulled an impressive 68-43 win against Natick in the Bay State Conference Interdivisional meet. The Warriors finished up the dual meet season with a final record of 5-1. The first event was the mile, where sophomore Quinn Gangadharan placed first wit...

Athletes find inspiration in professionals

Athletes find inspiration in professionals

Iman Khan, Staff Writer
January 28
Filed under Sports

Who do you look up to? For some high school athletes, professional athletes can help them learn different skills, whether it is as simple as footwork or as great as winning a game.

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PLAYER PROFILE: Neda Morakabati, girls varsity volleyball

PLAYER PROFILE: Neda Morakabati, girls varsity volleyball

Ella Kitterman, Staff Writer
January 27
Filed under Fall Sports, Girls Volleyball, Player Profiles, Sports

The warm up and the music. I’m really into EDM and Trap. Beat drops really get me excited and good warm ups, like nice fast-paced warm ups and everyone being into them really pumps me up.

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Girls basketball beats Dedham handily

Girls basketball beats Dedham handily

Sascha Wolf-Sorokin, Staff Writer
January 27
Filed under Game Recaps, Girls Basketball, Showcase, Sports, Winter Sports

The girls varsity basketball team dominated their game on Tuesday, Jan. 26 against Dedham High School, winning 60-34. The game started off with sophomore Maya Page scoring the first basket and giving Brookline a lead. The intensity of the game was evident with the sound of the players on the bench cha...

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