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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

Player Profile: Michaela Moscufo

Player Profile: Michaela Moscufo

April 5
Filed under Girls Lacrosse, Player Profiles, Sports, Spring Sports

Q What do you personally contribute to the team? A I think I have a very strong work ethic. I’m also a pretty positive player. I really like cheering people on and giving encouraging advice. But I definitely think my work ethic and my mentality, pushing myself everyday and trying my hardest....

Online Exclusive: Sam Burrington Player Profile

Online Exclusive: Sam Burrington Player Profile

March 26
Filed under Player Profiles

The Sagamore: What do you think your team’s chances are for the upcoming season? Burrington: Our coach says that it’s going to be a rebuilding year because we lost a lot of seniors. Well, before he was saying it’s going to be a rebuilding year, he decided that he’s the kind of person who ...

Player Profile: Talia Lepson

Player Profile: Talia Lepson

March 10
Filed under Gymnastics, Player Profiles, Sports, Winter Sports

Q Is your team close? A We’re pretty close. Spending tons of time together everyday at practice brings us together in a way that just being in classes with people doesn’t. It allows us the time to get to know each other as athletes and as people, and that’s really helpful. Come competition ti...

Josh McDowall

Josh McDowall

January 30
Filed under Player Profiles

Sag: What have you given up to play your sport? JM: I had to give up a lot of my time, but when it’s something that you’re really passionate about, it turns into a hobby. Sag: What are some of your favorite moments in basketball? JM: It’s a warm feeling that you have. If you’re having issues a...

Gigi Owens

Gigi Owens

January 9
Filed under Player Profiles

Sag: What is your most memorable experience in sports? GO:  I remember the first time I scored in a game. I made a layup and my mom was there. I was so happy I started jumping up and down on the court looking at her. The whole basketball team just kept running. I was so happy. It was the best day of...

Ramesses Akamafula

Ramesses Akamafula

January 9
Filed under Player Profiles

Sag: What is your most memorable experience in sports? RA: Probably last season at sectionals when I beat a kid ranked number nine in the state, and I made it to the sectional finals. Another time at sectionals, I had to wrestle up in my weight class, and for four matches at the weight above mine...

Lindsay Mooradian

Lindsay Mooradian

December 2
Filed under Player Profiles

Sag: How is your season going? LM: Even though we haven’t won that many games, it’s been so much fun. The girls are probably one of the nicest group of girls I’ve ever been with. And the coaches, Coach Love and Coach Vendola, are so nice; if you need to talk to them, even if it’s not about soccer, they...

Hikari Mamata

Hikari Mamata

December 2
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Sag: How has your season been going? HM: It’s been going well. I’ve been PR’ing [setting personal records] every race so far except for one. I’ve done all the league races, I’ve done the Amherst Invitational and I’ve done the Twilight Invitational. It’s been great. Sag: When, where and why did you start r...

Helena Randle

Helena Randle

November 15
Filed under Player Profiles

Sag: What is your favorite moment of the sport? HR: The satisfying feeling after a good race. If you won or lost, you still could have swam a personal best, which is always the most rewarding. Sag: Is it more important to get a win or to lose and learn? HR: I would say it’s more important to lose and learn...

Aidan Fouhy

Aidan Fouhy

November 14
Filed under Player Profiles

Sag: Is it more important to get a win or lose and learn? AF: Get a win, always. I’ve had enough losing and learning these past couple years. I’m a senior. It’s time to win. Sag: As a captain, what do you do to be a good leader? AF: I try to lead by example. I set a high standard for my teammates to follow both on a...

Ella MacVeagh

Ella MacVeagh

November 2
Filed under Player Profiles

Junior Ella MacVeagh is a three-year veteran of the girls varsity soccer team, despite a serious injury freshman year. Soccer has always been prevalent in the MacVeagh family.  Her older sister Molly, who graduated last year, also played on the soccer team; her father Chan is a youth soccer coach. ...

Ben Notelovitz

Ben Notelovitz

March 25
Filed under Player Profiles

Senior Ben Notelovitz discovered his niche when he decided to quit the lacrosse team and tryout for the boy’s volleyball team last spring as a junior.  In his first season playing competitive volleyball, Notelovitz was a Bay State honorable mention and won his team’s Most Improved Player award. ...

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