The official newspaper of Stuart Hall High School

The Roundtable

CFB Predictions

CFB Predictions

Harry Billings, Reporter
September 17, 2015
Filed under Sports

As many of you may know, the College Football season started two weeks ago, and last season was one for the ages. Obviously, when you start with predictions for the 2015 season, you have to start with the reigning champs. The Buckeyes have finally found an outlet for Braxton Miller’s freak athlet...

The Hall Snags Comeback Win Against Pinewood

The Hall Snags Comeback Win Against Pinewood

Sam Cormier, Reporter
September 17, 2015
Filed under Sports

The football season has officially started in with the NFL and Mission Trails League, both having their opening week's kickoff over the weekend. Although Stuart Hall is very talented, we play in the Mission Trails League and not the NFL. The Hall started the season off against division rival Pinewood...

Fantasy Football: Week 1

Fantasy Football: Week 1

Sam Cormier, Reporter
September 10, 2015
Filed under Sports

Sam Cormier will be bringing fantasy football updates and advice, for the upcoming season, on a weekly basis. This is the first of many installments. For those of us who are football fans, we live on the couch Thursday nights, all day Sunday, and Monday nights to watch football. We football fans, who...

Cross Country Looks to Keep Run of Dominance Going

Cross Country Looks to Keep Run of Dominance Going

Ben Kaplan, Reporter/Photoshop Technician
September 3, 2015
Filed under Sports

The Stuart Hall and Convent cross country team is fired up and ready to start off the winning season. Julian Moreno ‘16 and Patrick Dilworth ‘17 are leading the team this season. Julian, one of the team leaders, is very fired up for the season which is apparent in his comment, “Booya.” ...

The Quest For A Perfect Season

The Quest For A Perfect Season

Sam Cormier, Reporter
September 3, 2015
Filed under Sports

“Down, set, hike, hike!” This is the sound of football season starting. The Stuart Hall football team looks for dominance in the Mission Trails League. Stuart Hall is coming off of a 7-1 season with the only loss coming in our Homecoming game versus Trinity Christian, the eventual champions of our l...

The Hall Looks Poised for a Deep Run

The Hall Looks Poised for a Deep Run

Harry Billings, Reporter
September 3, 2015
Filed under Sports

After the heartbreaking loss to Marin Academy last year, the SHHS soccer team is back and looking for revenge. After losing nine seniors last year, Alex Palmer '16 and Callaghan Swearingen '16 are ready to take the team back to where they belong. If you were to show up on the first day of tryouts, you...

Rugby in the U.S.A

Rugby in the U.S.A

Sam Cormier, Reporter
April 28, 2015
Filed under Sports

  Ruck, scrum, lineout, knock-on, try, drop goal, and charge-down. The average American would have no clue what you were talking about it you mentioned these terms in everyday conversation. That is because all of these terms come from the sport of rugby football, more simply known as rugby. Ru...

Fantasy Baseball 2015

Fantasy Baseball 2015

Owen Fahy, Editor-in-Chief
April 16, 2015
Filed under Sports

  My fantasy baseball team got off to a rough start by losing the season’s opening week. The twenty point loss hit the team hard, but morale in the locker room has seemed to rebound. I believe in my team, I believe that the talent is there, but I don’t know if my team has the want to win. I h...

Swimming Preview

Swimming Preview

Jackson Rhodes, Reporter
March 12, 2015
Filed under Sports

  Have you ever wanted to be like Olympic medal winning swimmer Michael Phelps? Well I have, that’s for sure. At 6’4”, 196 lbs of pure muscle — what’s not to love? The Stuart Hall swim team is coached by Mr. Krautkramer in the spring season, and never fails to keep us sitting on the edge of o...

Golf Preview

Golf Preview

Sam Cormier, Reporter
March 5, 2015
Filed under Sports

Last Spring, the Knights golf team captured their first NCS championship, upsetting golf powerhouses such as Branson in a tournament to remember. This year, the team looks to defend its title and is poised to do so. Additions this year include sophomore Jordan Chin and freshman Gianluca Mori, nicknamed...

Lacrosse Season Preview

Lacrosse Season Preview

Michael Tellini, Reporter
February 27, 2015
Filed under Sports

  The lacrosse team looks to improve in its second year of existence this spring after losing in the league championship last year. During the 2014 season, the team went 5-2, captained by now senior Jimmy Mortenson. The first year team surprised many as they came together under head coach Hunter...

Fencing Season Preview

Fencing Season Preview

Nick Hom, Layout Editor
February 27, 2015
Filed under Sports

  The spring season is here again! That means that in just a week, the 2015 fencing season is set to start. After last year’s 4-5 record and fifth place finish in league under coach Leo Bello, the 13 man squad is ready to better their chances with the addition of five freshmen. Returning upperclassmen ...