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Tennis Team Serves Up High Expectations

Tennis Team Serves Up High Expectations

May 3, 2014

By: Alexis Losse '17 This year’s tennis season has been a surprisingly dry and sunny one. The season started on March 17, and so far they have only experienced two rained out games. The varsity coach for tennis this year is Leslie Burrows while the JV coach is Kyri Khouri . The assistant coach is Paul Savage and so far everyo...

Seasoned Prep Seniors Lead Track Team

Seasoned Prep Seniors Lead Track Team

May 2, 2014

By: Jessica Cary '16 The Seattle Prep Track Team started the season off strong with their best foot forward. Coach Scott says, “There are a lot of newcomers. The girls’ team is young and new. The boys are fairly seasoned.” On the boys distance team Joe Hardy, Keenan Leary, and Andy Reischling lead the pack. Joe Hardy, A...

Concussion Testing Offers Clarity for Student Athletes

April 30, 2014

By: Brian Bowers '16 Concussions in high school athletics are a growing concern, and are increasing throughout all sports besides football. Unlike most sports injuries, there is a fairly blurred line between whether an athlete has a concussion or not, as opposed to a broken bone which is relatively...

Seattle Prep Ski Bus Offers Winter Opportunities

Leeds Rising, Staff Writer

February 8, 2014

The Seattle Prep ski bus is a great place for skiers or snowboarders with any amount of experience. While most students that attend have several years of experience, new skiers and snowboarders are always welcomed and are sure to enjoy a beautiful day at Crystal Mountain. With the bus leaving at...

Intramural Basketball: Talent at all levels

Intramural Basketball: Talent at all levels

January 27, 2014

By: Brian Bowers'16 Another season of Intramural Basketball is in the books, and this one did not fail to excite. Going into the play-offs the heavy favorites were teams Omar and The Mighty Ducks, the two senior teams. While the top four teams had byes in the first round, the first round went just about as expected, with the exception of the Sexy XC vs. Chainz game. While Sexy XC went defe...

Panthers Take to the Water

Panthers Take to the Water

December 19, 2013

By: Alexis Losse '16      This year’s swim season is going to be an exciting one. After the already amazing girls pre-swim season, this one’s going to be a great follow-up. The season started on October 8th for the girls that did pre-season swimming and it started on November 16th for the boys, it...

Shooting for a Extraordinary Season

Sarah Buchanan, Sports Editor

December 5, 2013

  As the fall sports jump-stop to a close and pivots to winter sports, the Panthers look to resume a strong program of Prep Boy's Basketball. When asking Head Coach Mike Kelly about the biggest challenges for the season, he mentioned adjusting to new roles. With a young team, the Panthers will...

Seattle Prep Golf Putt-ing in the Work

Seattle Prep Golf Putt-ing in the Work

November 1, 2013

By: John Ostrander '16 There has always been and air of mystery surrounding the golf team. They are like super-heroes, they are among us, quietly leaving early to play heated matches against opponents. But what happens inside their community? This year, like every year, they went on a retreat to help with team chemistry. The venue they chose this year was the Suncadia ...

Derek Mourad and the Ultimate Commitment

Derek Mourad and the Ultimate Commitment

October 25, 2013

By: Brian Bowers '16 The Prep community is always hearing about prep athletes that lead their teams to victory, but there are many athletes at prep who do not get the recognition they deserve because they play sports outside the prep community.  One such athlete is Derek Mourad.  Although Derek...

Matt Lico: A Rising Star

Matt Lico: A Rising Star

September 30, 2013

By: Brian Bowers '16 Looking at Matt Lico you would not guess that he is the premiere sophomore on the Seattle Prep cross-country team, but seeing him in action is a whole different story. With many great athletes it is in their genetics, however for Lico this is not exactly the case. Lico's father was an all-star high school Offensive Lineman who even considered playing college football, so long distance r...

Around The Horn

September 30, 2013

Around The Horn: BEN FARICY '14 and The Sports Staff Ben Faricy: Welcome to the first edition this year of Around the Horn. The first question is: As the major League baseball pennant race heats up who is your favorite to win it all, and why? Brian Bowers: The Atlanta Braves are my pick for the 2013...

Bump, Set, Spike: A New Season Begins

Meghan McLaughlin, Editor-in-Chief

September 22, 2013

  The Prep Girls Volleyball team is looking forward to yet another fantastic season.  This year, they will continue with their unique traditions and enjoy old friends, coaches and new teammates. They will also depend on senior leadership and experience to have a successful season. The team has...

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