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Szymanowski steps up as new boys crew coach

Szymanowski steps up as new boys crew coach

Yiming Fu, Editor in Chief

October 25, 2019

St. Catherine’s, Canada. Hot July days pass by at the Dirty Water Rowing Club, where members of the boys crew team train over the summer. The boys gather in a circle in the quad of Brock College as head coach Katy Ruderman begins to tear up. She is leaving the Brookline team. Halfway through the su...

Athletes struggle to attain sports credit for fall crew

Athletes struggle to attain sports credit for fall crew

Elena Su, Staff Writer

April 7, 2019

For 15 hours a week, fall rowers train tirelessly to improve their skills. They support each other. They practice. They compete. However, despite all this hard work, these athletes cannot receive sports credit for their participation in fall crew. Although most fall rowers are able to obtain their mandatory spo...

Crew team races in Head of the Charles Regatta

Crew team races in Head of the Charles Regatta

Jake Zucker, Staff Writer

December 2, 2018

The air around the Charles River was electric with excitement as visitors from all over the world crowded onto bridges to watch boats full of strong men and women race past. The Head of the Charles Regatta (HOCR) was finally up and running, and the 225,000 who had come to the Boston area were eager t...

Fundraising pays dividends for athletes

Fundraising pays dividends for athletes

Colby Sutton, Staff Writer

March 20, 2017

Many sports teams get the opportunity to travel around the country and compete against some of the nation’s toughest competition. As they catch the country’s attention, they help to put Brookline on the map. The trip helps teams establish a community as tight knit as a family. It is beneficial f...

Everything you need to be successful at crew!

Everything you need to be successful at crew!

Josh Gladstone, Staff Writer

January 23, 2017

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Spring Sports Scores

Spring Sports Scores

Edmund Geschickter, Jake Brodsky, Leon Yang, Noa Dalzell, and Sofia Georgaklis

April 12, 2016

Stay posted for scores of your favorite spring teams at the high school! Team icons by Leon Yang

Boys crew places first, eighth, 12th and 16th in Nationals

Boys crew places first, eighth, 12th and 16th  in Nationals

June 14, 2015

The boat crossed the finish line. It was like reliving a dream, the culmination of years of grueling work. Senior Jordi Cabanas had done it before, two years earlier, but with a different partner, Jack Ruske. His journey since then had its bumps, including a “leaky lung” that threatened his spot at t...

Athletes reach out to college recruiters

Athletes reach out to college recruiters

November 29, 2012

Senior Hali Nelson remembers watching a fencing exhibition as a 7-year-old living in Alabama. Initially, she was drawn to the sport because the sword fighting reminded her of Star Wars. More than 10 years later, Nelson is still hooked on the sport, and when she started to look at colleges, Nelson knew ...

Siblings push each other to the limit

Siblings push each other to the limit

February 17, 2012

Teammates often say they feel like siblings, but for some athletes, they actually are. Senior Leon Scott has never been without a brother by his side. Leon has been on baseball, basketball and swim teams throughout his life with both his older brother Irvin, a BHS alumnus, and his younger brother...

Rowers enjoy early hours of the morning

Rowers enjoy early hours of the morning

February 4, 2012

It is dark and cold outside. There is no one on the streets, and the only thing they hear is their own footsteps. It is a little before 6:45 a.m. and the rowers are walking to school. Although it is optional, many rowers wake up early to attend morning practices. While the rowers have their own preferences...

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