The Sagamore

Girls basketball prevails in convincing victory over Boston Latin

Girls basketball prevails in convincing victory over Boston Latin

Reeham Choudhury, Sports Layout Editor

January 6, 2016


Filed under Game Recaps, Girls Basketball, Sports

Sam Klein / Sagamore Staff On Wed, Jan. 6, the girls varsity basketball had an overwhelming victory against the Boston Latin Wolfpack, winning 51-35 and improving their record to 1-4.

Player Profile: Fiona Lobon, varsity skiing

Player Profile: Fiona Lobon, varsity skiing

Mia Abulaf, Staff Writer

December 22, 2015


Filed under Player Profiles, Skiing, Sports

PHOTO PROVIDED BY FIONA LOBON I always tell everyone that the ski team is probably one of the most fun teams because skiing is awesome and it’s not something that gets you stressed out. It’s not super competitive and there’s also very good people on the team. I think we’re all friends just because we’re together a lot in the winter and we really help each other out.

New sports gain popularity among students

New sports gain popularity among students

Reeham Choudhury, Sports Layout Editor

December 21, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Sports, Winter Sports

Fencing: a battle between two athletes, striving to dominate one another with swords. Squash: a competition between two athletes, each attempting to best the other in the pursuit of a ball. Despite differences between the two sports, both overcome a lack of resources and have gained popularity. ...

Player Profile: Colby Ferrigno, boys varsity hockey

Player Profile: Colby Ferrigno, boys varsity hockey

Mia Abulaf

December 15, 2015


Filed under Boys Hockey, Player Profiles, Sports, Winter Sports

  If you could be any one of your teammates, who would you choose to be and why? Probably Brian Greenstein because he scores the the most goals.   What is your mindset before games? What gets you pumped? Usually before games I’m really relaxed, I don’t get that pumped. I just t...

2015 Winter Sports Preview

2015 Winter Sports Preview

Ben Mandl and Bertina Xue

December 14, 2015


Filed under Sports, Winter Sports

  BOYS HOCKEY Head Coach: Steve Trundle Captain: junior Brian Greenstein Last Year’s Record: 10-6-2 The boys hockey team finished their 2014-2015 season with a 10-6-2 record. Returning players juniors Eli Hopkins and Colby Ferrigno said there are a lot of young players who add to the tea...

Athletes awarded, hall of famers inducted at 2015 varsity banquet

Athletes awarded, hall of famers inducted at 2015 varsity banquet

May 27, 2015


Filed under Fall Sports, Sports, Spring Sports, Winter Sports

The Brookline High Athletic Department and Hall of Fame Committee held their 23rd Annual Hall of Fame and Varsity Banquet on Thursday, May 21, at Boston University’s Sherman Hall. Director of Athletics Peter Rittenburg and Assistant Headmaster Hal Mason started the series of speeches with welcoming...

Nordic ski team thrives despite setbacks

Nordic ski team thrives despite setbacks

Valentina Rojas, Staff Writer

March 28, 2015


Filed under Sports, Winter Sports

Three of Brookline’s very own skiers have landed in the Boston Globe due to their recent successes in the MIAA Nordic ski championships. Junior Jordan Fried, who finished 4th, sophomore Gabby Vandendries, who finished 2nd, and sophomore Isabelle Cole, who finished 8th, were all mentioned in the Bosto...

2015 Rec Basketball Championship

2015 Rec Basketball Championship

March 14, 2015


Filed under Boys Basketball, News, Sports, Winter Sports

Syracuse vs. Umass. The Championship game of the 2014-2015 Recreational Basketball season. What more could you possibly want? With great energy from both teams, the first quarter, while a little sloppy, was far from sluggish or slow. The teams were neck and neck at the end of the first quarter,...

Senior Emmanuel D’Agostino places fifth in the 28th New England Indoor Track and Field Championships

Senior Emmanuel D’Agostino places fifth in the 28th New England Indoor Track and Field Championships

February 28, 2015


Filed under Boys Indoor Track, Sports, Winter Sports

Senior Emmanuel D'Agostino placed fifth out of twelve in the two-mile race at the 28th New England Indoor Track and Field Championships on Feb. 27. D'Agostino was the only member of the high school track team who qualified to take part in the meet. D'Agostino was in last place for the first two minu...

Warriors top Rams 67-63 in first round matchup

February 26, 2015


Filed under Boys Basketball, Sports, Winter Sports

The eighth-seeded Brookline Warriors came out victorious against the ninth-seed, Marshfield Rams, 67-63 in the first round of the MIAA Division I tournament. Marshfield won the tip-off and scored on all seven of their first possessions to build a 15 point lead against the Warriors five minutes into...

Futsal attracts players of varied skill and age

Futsal attracts players of varied skill and age

February 15, 2015


Filed under Sports, Winter Sports

From 11 players to five players; from a full sized soccer field to a basketball court; from long crosses to short, quick passes: Welcome to the game of futsal. Futsal is a version of indoor soccer played on a basketball-sized court with four players and a goalie, according to senior Suri Chavali....

Game of the Week: Brookline-Newton South girls varsity hockey drops one to Springfield Cathedral

Game of the Week: Brookline-Newton South girls varsity hockey drops one to Springfield Cathedral

February 12, 2015


Filed under Girls Hockey, Winter Sports

On Feb. 11, girls varsity ice hockey, ranked 36 in Division 1, suffered a three point loss, 4-1, against Springfield Cathedral, ranked 27 in Division 2. The team played very well over the majority of the first period. Senior Morgan Woods, goalie, blocked many shots on goal and secured the puck on ...

The student news site of Brookline High School
Winter Sports