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Veiled sexism in sports damages confidence

Veiled sexism in sports damages confidence

Avery Kelly, Contributing Writer

March 15, 2019


Filed under Opinions

During my time on girls varsity crew I‘ve grown tremendously as a person, but the sport also taught me a tough reality: even when women are at the top of their game, they will never be as recognized and appreciated as men are in sports. As an athlete, I experience the consequences of sexism in sport...

Girls basketball looks to rebound from last season

Girls basketball looks to rebound from last season

Hallie LeTendre, Staff Writer

February 24, 2019


Filed under Girls Basketball, Sports

The score is within five points, there are three minutes left and the players on the court are tirelessly fighting to win their game.   The girls varsity basketball team has faced high-intensity games all season long.  After a tough season last year, the team has been working to improve their a...

PLAYER PROFILE: Elizabeth Webler, girls varsity basketball

PLAYER PROFILE: Elizabeth Webler, girls varsity basketball

Karina Lorenzo, Staff Writer

March 22, 2016


Filed under Girls Basketball, Player Profiles, Sports, Winter Sports

You definitely meet a lot of people, so it’s affected me socially. All my friends play sports, and I pretty much met them all through sports.

Girls basketball falls in hard-fought contest on emotion-filled Senior Night

Girls basketball falls in hard-fought contest on emotion-filled Senior Night

Leon Yang, Sports Writing Editor

February 25, 2016


Filed under Game Recaps, Girls Basketball, Showcase, Sports, Winter Sports

Energized by T.I’s song “Bring Em Out,” which blared out of the loudspeakers in the Schluntz Gymnasium, Brookline’s girls varsity basketball team stormed onto the court to warm up for their seniors’ last game of the season on Thursday, Feb. 25 against the Needham Rockets.

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