Arts & Athletics

Fantasy Football Matchups, Starts and Sits, Studs! (End of Week 3)

Fantasy Football Matchups, Starts and Sits, Studs! (End of Week 3)

Aroosh Kumar '22, Sachit Sinha '22, Mat Bucher '22 Since March, all we hear on the Internet is how unlucky this year has been for all of us. Fortunately, three weeks ago, the 2020-21 NFL football season returned and we now have football nearly every Sunday until February! Along with the return of the NFL comes the return of fantasy football leagues, and we are going to break down the best players at each spot as well as some guys you may want to drop for weeks 4 and 5.  Quarterbacks: Quarterbacks, one of the most important positions in football-…
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How a Shortened MLB Season Will Affect the Game

How a Shortened MLB Season Will Affect the Game

Nick Karros '24 Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the resulting delayed start of the season, Major League Baseball has made several changes to the game, most importantly being the implementation of a new schedule. Instead of playing the usual 162 games, teams are now competing in only 60 games before the playoffs begin.  As one can imagine, this change will have many effects on baseball, including the fact that underdogs may be less disadvantaged this year. In a regular season,  some clubs start strong and fade, while others start slowly before catching fire. The longer season allows for the…
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Artist Spotlight: Anne Sophie Lacombe

Artist Spotlight: Anne Sophie Lacombe

Lauren Hagerty '21 How long have you been acting/doing plays/musicals? “Technically I’ve been doing plays since I was 7, like the little plays over the summer, but my first real play production was when I was 12.” Before pursuing acting, Anne Sophie was a competitive synchronized swimmer. She originally joined synchronized swimming after being inspired by her older sister, who was also a synchronized swimmer.  What got you interested in theater? Even at a young age, she acted purely because she loves it and it brought her joy, “after doing that first play I just knew this is what I…
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Play in a Day!

Play in a Day!

Billy Thompson ‘22 & Shahnawaz Syed ‘22 An annual event at SHP, this year’s Play in a Day took place on March 7th, led by producers Huck Barry and Colleen Tanona. For those who are not aware, Play in a Day is a production where the theme of the play is not revealed until a day before it is put on, setting up for just hours of rushed preparation for the show. This year, the theme was “the most boring day ever”. The two plays put on were “Not Fit to Print”, written by Bennet Kruse, Lauren Roque, and Finn…
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SHP’s Hidden Gem: The Pulse Performance Team

SHP’s Hidden Gem: The Pulse Performance Team

Alexandra Hull '22 One of the highlights of the school year for many students, parents, and athletes alike is undoubtedly the Fall football season. Being under Friday night lights in a huge high school crowd is unforgettable, and is often a source of fun memories that students can look back on for the rest of their lives. But, perhaps the best part of the whole season is watching Pulse perform at halftime. It always seems that no matter what the conditions are (cold temperatures, uneventful game), Pulse’s music, smiles, and fast-paced routines always help infuse the crowd with energy. In…
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49ers Bandwagon

49ers Bandwagon

Grady Hornbeek '20 Let’s be honest, now’s the perfect time to hop back on the 49er’s bandwagon. They’re back, and with them comes millions of Bay Area residents who haven’t watched a game since 2013. These bandwagoners come in large numbers, repping the Patrick Willis jersey they had from the last Superbowl appearance. Most of these fans couldn’t tell you much about the 49er’s journey to this Superbowl. Yes, Jimmy G is super hot, but did you know he used to play for the Patriots? Probably not. The new coach, Kyle Shanahan is great, but most of you didn’t watch…
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SHP Men’s Varsity Soccer Advances to CCS in Strong Position

SHP Men’s Varsity Soccer Advances to CCS in Strong Position

Matthew Kirkham '21 The Sacred Heart Men's Varsity Soccer team is off to an incredible start to the season. The team ended the preseason with a record of 5-0-1 with an additional 3 regular season wins Top preseason games were against Prospect with the final score of 4-0 and against Archbishop Riordan with the final score of 10-0. The men’s varsity team is going into league with very high expectations. So far, these expectations have been met with a 9-0 win against Woodside Priory, a massive 5-0 win against Menlo, and recently a blowout against Eastside where they won 7-0.…
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Athlete of the Issue: Emmer Nichols

Athlete of the Issue: Emmer Nichols

Clara Degois Sanz '22 The SHP Varsity Boys Basketball team has been off to a strong start this season, with a 9-2 record so far (4-0 in league play). Among the team, one of the major standouts is forward Emmer Nichols ‘22. In the game against St. Ignatius in December, he put up 10 points, 11 rebounds, plus a steal and a block in a winning effort. In addition to his offensive impact, Emmer is a force to be reckoned with on the defensive end. He said, “I hear a lot of disrespect on my name, so I try my…
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Monte: Passing on His Craft to Students  While Continuing to Cultivate It

Monte: Passing on His Craft to Students While Continuing to Cultivate It

Alexandra Hull '22 Known for his casual and cool personality, stellar dance moves, and angel-like guardianship over the freshman classes year after year, Monte has practically become an idol at SHP throughout his time here. When he is not killing it on the Warrior’s court at halftime or diligently planning each spirit week activity months in advance, you can catch him socializing with students in the cafeteria or working on new choreography to teach to his different dance classes. Although most students feel as though they know Monte pretty well, this article aims to help deepen such knowledge as we…
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Super Bowl LIV: 49’ers Return

Super Bowl LIV: 49’ers Return

Jack Frauenhofer '22 Super Bowl 54 is finally here! The Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers face off on February second for the Lombardi Trophy.  Both teams look to break their Super Bowl droughts, with the Chiefs not winning it since 1964, and the ‘Niners in 1994. The 49ers are coming off two strong victories against the Vikings and Packers, where their defense shined, giving up only 20 points against the Packers and 10 against the Vikings. The run game has been key for the Niners’ success, showed by Raheem Mostert’s 220 yards and four touchdowns in the…
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