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New teachers Kritta and Johnson navigate distance learning

New teachers Kritta and Johnson navigate distance learning

Ivy Raya, RubicOnline

September 17, 2020

Will Johnson and Angie Kritta are two of the new teachers joining SPA this year. Johnson is a ninth-grade advisor and the upper school fitness for life teacher. Kritta is the new upper school technology coordinator.

Captains impart wisdom on their spring teams

The Spartan Ultimate team rallies around captain Sydney Therien

Annika Rock, News Editor

May 16, 2020

With spring sports being cancelled, captains express their disappointment and hopes for next years' teams.

Golf courses opened at a safe distance

Many golfers are getting back on the courses

Zekiah Juliusson, RubicOnline

May 16, 2020

Under state orders activities such as golf, boating and biking have been allowed to resume during quarantine.

Spring sports postponed until further notice

This is what SPA's spring sports usually look like. All photos featured can be found hyperlinked stories.

Elizabeth Trevathan, RubicOnline

April 16, 2020

While the current stay at home order expires May 4, spring sports hang in the balance.

Golf teams enjoy unique course

The girls golf team poses for a photo.

Elizabeth Trevathan, Staff Writer

May 25, 2019

SPA gold teams enjoy access to exclusive and unique golf course.

Golfers probably have a word for that

Golfers use many words you probably haven't ever heard of

Andrew Johnson, Rubicon Editor

May 25, 2018

Jargon plays a huge role in golf. Test out your skills in a jargon quiz and read for more information!

Co-captain Shelby Tietel reflects on her final golf season

Golf Co-Captain Shelby Tietel likes to lead the team with a fun-first mentality.  “For most of our major matches, a lot of the teams tend to putt and chip to warm up before starting but our team typically is having so much fun that we forget to warm up because we’re talking and joking too much,” Tietel said.

Jasper Green, The Rubicon Editor

June 1, 2017

Senior captain of the St. Paul Academy girls golf team Shelby Tietel strives to create a fun loving atmosphere even in the toughest moments. Tietel believes that in order to become proficient in the sport, one must work on both their long and short games as much as possible. “Practice is determined by the players sin...

Girls golf team looks to build on past success and team camaraderie

Sophomore Lily Nestor hopes to improve her long game this season.

Flannery Enneking-Norton, Staff Writer

April 22, 2017

Even before the grass regrows its verdant spring color, the Girls Golf team will be at Hyland Range or Somerset Country Club putting holes and cracking jokes to build team unity for their upcoming season, especially the competitive conference and sections matches in May.   “Even though we aren't supe...

Boys and Girls golf drive towards a succesful season

Freshmen Drew and Colin O'Hern and sophomore John Boosalis head off to their golf practice on April 21.

Jackson Lea, Staff Writer

May 6, 2014

With no seniors lost, and their young stars a year older, the already successful Spartan golf team looks forward to a benchmark year. Led by senior captains Cal Nicholson and Noah Parker, the team hopes to make another state run this year. Last year freshman Drew O’Hern and senior Noah Parker qualified...

Spring sports in bloom

Netta Kaplan, Copy Editor/Staff Writer

May 31, 2013

After a cold and wet season beginning, spring sports came to an end almost as soon as they started.  With teams going into hyper-drive to fit in all their games in a season half the length it should have been,  St. Paul Academy and Summit Schol athletics still pulled through for a full and succe...