The student news of St. Paul Academy and Summit School

The Rubicon

The student news of St. Paul Academy and Summit School

The Rubicon

The student news of St. Paul Academy and Summit School

The Rubicon

Freshman Ethan Peltier forces a Breck player off of the puck as junior captain George Peltier scoops it up.

Boys hockey falls just short of key win over Breck

Tommy Verhey, RubicOnline January 17, 2022
On Friday, Jan. 14, the boys varsity hockey team faced off against school rival Breck. They lost 3-2 in a very close game that came down to the wire.
Using the weapon of her choice, the foil, Kim practices with a teammate.

Kim qualifies for Junior Olympics fencing team

Eliana Mann, RubicOnline January 14, 2022
Sophomore Claire Kim qualifies for the 2022 Junior Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah, representing the Spartan fencing team.
Bond beats Windom defender to the net, taking a backhand shot.

[PHOTO STORY] United hockey beats Windom in Saturday game

Alexandra Cardwell, RubicOnline December 6, 2021
United defeated Windom in a 9-3 victory, completely dominating the game.
PASS, SHOOT, SCORE. Sophomore Tysen Hayes aims a pass to fellow teammate Brandt Baskerville.

Boys basketball tips off season with explosive win

Ali Browne, RubicOnline December 3, 2021
The teams played with a one basket split for much of the game, but the Spartans won 71-64 in the last minute.
MASK UP. Sophomore Naomi Kempcke warms up before a game last season. At this point in time, both teams were required to wear face masks due to COVID-19.

Girls Basketball preps for a new season; nearly doubles roster

Clara McKoy, RubicOnline November 17, 2021
With only nine players last year, the team is hoping to have a deeper bench.
8th grader Igna Wing skis during the section tournament.

Alpine skiers; girls Nordic prepare for state tournament

Will Schavee, RubicOnline March 12, 2021
Players from both the SPA Alpine and Nordic teams were able to get a high enough ranking in their section to qualify for the state tournament.
Skiiers take the lift up to the top of the hill at Buck Hill ski area in Burnsville during the meet.

Culture of Alpine Ski built on co-ed community

Arden Lillemoe, Staff Writer March 9, 2021
Each season is made up of different team members, so each season has its own life of its own. The most common thing I see is first-year members are usually quiet and nearly always come out of their shell by the second season.
Players on boys varsity basketball, hockey test positive for COVID-19

Players on boys varsity basketball, hockey test positive for COVID-19

Sports Shorts March 6, 2021
The Mar. 6 varsity hockey game was canceled; the teams will be in quarantine until Mar. 15.
Seniors Adam Holod, Noah Lindeman, Ivan Starchook, Patrick Hooley, Levi Mellin, Evan Reynolds and Ahmed Umer were all celebrated during a senior night ceremony right after the game.

Boys basketball fights for overtime victory on senior night

Catherine Hooley March 4, 2021

On March 3 the SPA boys varsity basketball team played Math and Science Academy for senior night. The Spartans led throughout most of the first half with the ending the first half with a 26-23 lead....

Lucie Bond prepared to take the face-off while her team anxiously watched, waiting for her to make the next move.

Girls hockey faces challenges through team bonding, mask wearing

Lucy Murray, Staff Writer February 26, 2021
The SPA's girls' varsity hockey co-op team has come together with Minnehaha Academy, ending their reign with Visitation.
Fencing coach Sasha guides a student by holding the Foil weapon to demonstrate a movement.

Fencing atheletes reminisce on season highs and lows

Annie Bai, Staff Writer February 26, 2021
The discipline, the mindset, that great feeling of doing your best, that is why the students at Saint Paul Academy and Summit School fence.
9th graders Connor Overgaard and Rishi Bhargava consult after a very marginal victory in the 100 free. Barghava exclaimed No way after coach tells them Overgaard beat his competitor and teammate by a sligh 0.4 seconds.

It’s always a good time; nothing can stop Trojan Swim and Dive

Orion Kim, Staff Writer February 25, 2021
One of the COVID-19 protocols is that students must compete at their own pool, and face off against their opponents virtually.
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