Each athletics season brings the possibility of new athletes, fresh competition and excitement. As the half-way point for the fall athletics season approaches, coaches and athletes reflect on their goals for the season.
Sports Editor: Online Michael Flaherty
Waking up at 5 a.m. three times a week and training nine times a week isn’t easy for the average high school student. But for Ally Larson (’19), it’s her weekly routine.
News Editor: Online Jonathan Novak
Odell Beckham Jr., a wide receiver for the New York Giants known for his extraordinary one-handed catches and off-field antics, was in the midst negotiating for a new contract this summer when my dad sent me a message containing a link about him. I assumed he was sending me news in regards to his contract negotiations. However, what it actually was surprised me: a tweet from Beckham Jr. Continue reading “Odell Beckham Jr.’s tweet sends positive message”
Every varsity team works tirelessly to prepare for the International School Sports Tournament (ISST) that concludes the season. Like the athletes, the athletic directors of ISST schools undergo a similar process to organize the tournaments.
Pitching in an ISST game surrounded by high school players, Drew Erdei (’21) made his first varsity baseball appearance last year while in Grade 8. He pitched three shutout innings against Frankfurt International School (FIS) and ASL won gold in the 2017 ISSTs. Now, Erdei is a starting outfielder and one of the main pitchers on the varsity baseball team as a freshman.