Arts & Athletics

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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Newsies Musical Comes to SHP

Newsies Musical Comes to SHP

Nicholas Zamboldi '23 Newsies, coming to Sacred Heart March 20th, is a musical based on the real-life newsboy strike of 1899. It centers around newsboy Jack Kelly (Bennett Kruse ‘21) who unites a group of “newsies” to face the Pulitzer publishing company which is paying them poorly for their work. They go on strike and eventually Joseph Pulitzer is forced to pay the newsies fairly. The play is a musical comedy which will feature much singing and dancing, in addition to many comedic moments mainly deriving from the interactions between Kelly and his misfit newsies. I n the real-life newsboy…
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Jazz Band Brings Life to Campus

Jazz Band Brings Life to Campus

Patrick Carlson '21 With its light-hearted humor, the Jazz Band is an Advanced Instrumental Club that is run by Ms. Queally-Sammut. They have twice-weekly meetings early in the morning during Z Period to rehearse and practice together for upcoming performances. The band consists of many instruments including trumpets, clarinets, flutes, drums, etc. In addition to playing at major events such as the Holiday Treat and the Spring Instrumental Music Concert, the band plays at other events including the St. Madeleine Sophie Awards, Open House, Chili Cook-Off, and the Senior Parent Dinner. The musicians are held to very high standards, and…
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Artist of the Issue: Kelly Shen

Artist of the Issue: Kelly Shen

William Yen '23 If you went to the Holiday Treat last December, then you most likely saw Kelly Shen singing Christmas songs like “Deck the Halls” to 16th century choir classics like “Coventry Carol.” Kelly has been practicing choir for 6 years, with a well-decorated history of singing experiences. She played the lead role of Mulan in her middle school play, participated in the California All State Honor Choir, and has sung many songs for our SHP Masses. She additionally represents what it means to be well-rounded: besides choir, she is the competition organizer for robotics, the History Club co-leader,…
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Pulse: More Than Just a Team

Pulse: More Than Just a Team

Lauren Hagerty '21 Back for the fifth year, Pulse Dance Team is undoubtedly one of the most popular and beloved teams at SHP. But what makes this team so special? Head coach Ms. Benjamin is back at the helm this year, bringing with her knowledge from her extensive dancing experience, as well as her constant calm and assuring demeanor. This year, the team’s captains are Ashley Van Zandt ‘20, Isabella Serrano ‘20, and Theresa Lim ‘20. All three captains have danced at SHP all four years and each one brings a unique perspective to the team. Second in command are…
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Trust the Process

Trust the Process

Beck O'Kelly '22 As the NFL approaches the midpoint of the season, many fans are questioning the motives of a few of the bottom teams. In particular, the Miami Dolphins who are currently the bottom of the AFC East have a record of 0-4 and have been outscored 133 to 16 so far this season. They appear to be playing for the future and not competing this season. Judging by the current trades the Dolphins have made, trading away many of their veteran players for 2020 and 2021 draft picks, it does not appear to be helping them compete any…
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Athletic’s Secret Weapon: SHP’s Weights Coaches

Athletic’s Secret Weapon: SHP’s Weights Coaches

Robert Plaschke '22 It is no secret that Sacred Heart has a phenomenal sports program. Getting players and teams prepared and ready to dominate in the upcoming season takes a lot of work. There are many components that go into getting ready and staying in shape to be successful in a season. There are the coaches, the ones who help players learn new plays and get them integrated into the team. There are trainers who do an amazing job making sure they are in the best shape for their season and that they stay healthy during the season. But, behind…
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Testament to the Girls Volleyball Seniors

Testament to the Girls Volleyball Seniors

Claire Degois Sainz '22 As the girls varsity volleyball team has wrapped up their season and finished CCS playoffs, it is important to recognize the seniors on the team that have played a huge part in the team’s success. This year’s four seniors are DS/Libero Evie Sutton, DS Leia Bonifacio, pin hitter Reagan Smith, and powerhouse outside hitter Elena Radeff. Out of this talented group, two Gators will be continuing their volleyball careers at Division 1 college programs. Elena Radeff will be joining the Broncos at Santa Clara University, and Reagan Smith will be sporting a jersey at Brown. The…
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Review: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

Review: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

Alexandra Hull '22 With its light-hearted humor, entertaining audience interaction, and engaging cast, Sacred Heart’s Fall musical The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee left its spectators smiling long after the show’s finale. Despite the musical’s simple plot revolving around a middle school spelling bee, a series of quirky characters each with their own backstory and shtick added dimension and thoughtfully illuminated the all-too-familiar feeling of pressure to succeed in life.  Among these star spellers included Leaf Coneybear (Ryan Brouchoud ‘21), Loraine Schwartzy (Emma Mills ‘22), Marcy Park (Maddy Chai ‘23), Olive Ostrovsky (Anne-Sophie Lacombe ‘21), and William Barfée (R.J.…
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