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Girls Basketball ready for a solid season

The girls basketball team  works on shooting during captains practice on Nov 11.  I think the team goal is just to get our groove and stick with it,” sophomore Lea Moore said.

Meghan Joyce, Arts & Entertainment Editor

December 3, 2014

“You should play basketball,” sophomore Lea Moore said. “Especially girls. Because boys would read that and think ‘Oh, there are so many [basketball players],’ but girls? We’re losing people.” The team may be hoping for more players, but Moore said that they expect a successful season...

Conference rivalries fuel competition

Senior Girls’ Basketball captain Jonte Claiborne shakes hands with an opponent of Blake prior to the team’s Jan. 30 game. “Nobody wants to lose a conference game-- especially to someone who is as big of a rival as Blake is to us,” junior basketball player  Katie Ademite said.

Thomas Toghramadjian, Opinions Editor

February 25, 2014

While sports teams always try to be competitive, some games provide more incentive than others. Especially at a school with the long athletic history of St. Paul Academy and Summit School, sports-based rivalries are bound to crop up. Some are based on long-standing traditions, like SPA’s century-long...