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Girls Varsity Soccer starts the season off with a W

Jake Masters, Staff Writer

September 16, 2015

This Saturday the Girls Varsity Soccer team started off their season with a strong win against Lutheran high. They dominated the entire game allowing them to build a score of 3-0 by the end of the match. The team was controlling the game within the first ten minutes allowing the team’s  offensive...

Defending champs kick off the season

Defending champs kick off the season

Rajan Cutting, Editor-in-chief

September 12, 2015

With an audience of over 180 people crowding the bleachers, accompanied by nearly a dozen faculty lined along the railing outside Estherwood, the boys’ varsity soccer team began their defense of last year’s FAA championship season with an overwhelming 10-0 win against Storm King. Junior striker...

Brunswick Bruins in the ruins while Panthers advance to the FAA championship

Brunswick Bruins in the ruins while Panthers advance to the FAA championship

Rajan Cutting and Naomi Nivar

February 27, 2015

With seconds left on the clock, the crowd erupts in burst of roars; they stand in anticipation of what’s to come. Minutes earlier the panthers had a 25-point lead which the Brunswick Bruins cut to three. Only six seconds left in the game remained when Bruin’s guard #23 desperately pulls up a...

Panthers defeat King in first round of playoffs

Naomi Nivar, Features Editor

February 25, 2015

The final score was 53-44. Mike Jurzynski, a senior, led the way with a 17-point performance. Christopher Childs, a freshman, matched Jurzynski with 17 points of his own. Brandon Randolph, a sophomore, hit three shots from behind the three point line and finished with a total of 13 points. The ne...

Boys Varsity Basketball: Two-time FAA league champions

Rajan Cutting, Op-ed

February 24, 2015

For the second year in a row the boys' varsity basketball team are league champions. On the 21st the boys traveled to New Canaan, CT to face the St. Luke's school, the 5th seed in the Fairchester Athletic Association (FAA). The panthers finished with a final score of 68-57 to win the regular season....

Jurzynski scores 1000th point in double-overtime victory

Mike Jurzynski drives through traffic to score a layup for his 1000th career point.

Gabe Pollack, Staff Writer

January 28, 2015

Boys varsity basketball won a tight contest that went into double overtime against rival Greens Farms Academy (GFA) on January 13. Mike Jurzynski also scored his 1000th point in a 74-70 victory. The game started quietly, with the teams trading scores back and forth. The score was 10-10, when Mike ...

Boys Varsity Soccer wins FAA championship

Boys Varsity Soccer wins FAA championship

Naomi Nivar, Features Editor

November 9, 2014

Nov. 7, the boys varsity soccer team played Green Farms Academy in the FAA championship game, making Masters History. They fought through chilly weather and Geoffrey Fox'17 made the first and only goal in the game in the 83rd minute. The game's final score was 1-0 and Masters brought home the FAA championship...

Girls varsity soccer triumphs over Fieldston

Girls varsity soccer triumphs over Fieldston

Ji Hung, Contributing Writer

October 8, 2014

“Who’s on 14?  Keep an eye on her.” That was what Fieldston’s goalie shouted every time sophomore Samantha Coffey came across midfield after scoring her first goal in the girls’ varsity soccer game at Greene Field Oct. 1. However, the goalie’s warnings to her teammates were of no use. ...

New sports co curriculas added to the spring season

New sports co curriculas added to the spring season

Gabby Davies, Advertising Manager/Web Content Manager

May 5, 2014

This year, the school added two new team sports: mountain biking and horse riding. These new options are expected to garner significant student interest, with a goal of getting involved in extra activities, not just fulfilling the ACR requirement. Kevin Versen, Director of Athletics and Physical Education,...

Fencing scores another successful season; team discusses lack of spectators at games

The fencing team presented their trophies to Head of School Maureen Fonseca in Morning Meeting.

Lucy Price, Deputy Editor

March 11, 2014

As the fencing team gathers on stage to present championship trophies, one may notice that those on stage, generally speaking, are not the stereotypical athletes. Unlike the majority of other sports wherein the players either play, or have an expressed interest in, another sport, a significant number...

Boys’ basketball obliterates the competition

Boys' basketball obliterates the competition

Tyler Jarecki, Sports Editor

March 11, 2014

Triumphant. The only word one can use to accurately describe the boys varsity basketball teams season this year.  The boys' varsity basketball team overcame adversity and went on to win the FAA championship despite losing one of their senior captains and a rough couple of games at the beginning of...

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