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Ready, Set, Wrestle

Ready, Set, Wrestle

January 20, 2011
Filed under Special Features, Sports

Article by: Thomas Egan ’14 and Robeil Andebrhan ‘13 For much of the first semester, the main focus in Stuart Hall Athletics has been the new football team that began in the fall. For a first year team, it proved to be a success. However, a new sport is about to take its place at the Hall—wrestling. The...

25 Guys, 25 Different Stories

25 Guys, 25 Different Stories

December 1, 2010
Filed under Special Features, Sports

The self-proclaimed San Francisco Giant misfits and castoffs were able to achieve the greatest award in baseball: winning the World Series.  There were only a few analysts, writers, and critics who chose the Giants to win it all or even beat the Phillies in the NLCS.  Out of the 28 so called “experts”...

A Photographic History of SHHS Soccer

November 17, 2010
Filed under Special Features, Sports

We Want it All- A Photographic History of Knights Varsity Soccer from Peter Melling on Vimeo. Peter Melling '12 takes a look at the 10 year history of Stuart Hall soccer...

The New Look For The Warriors

The New Look For The Warriors

November 17, 2010
Filed under Sports

From Lebron James’s “Decision” to the FIBA championships, this past summer was a historic one for the National Basketball Association. As the 2010-2011 season rolls just around the corner, however, one team was quite overshadowed by all the commotion of summer affairs: our very own Golden State...

Ending Torture

Ending Torture

November 13, 2010
Filed under News, Sports

Rarely in history does a city become painted with a single color. On November 3, San Francisco was highlighted orange by screaming Giants fans sporting their jerseys and orange clothing. From a bird’s eye view, a flooding river of the color tore through downtown San Francisco as thousands of people...

What’s the Matter with the 49ers?

What’s the Matter with the 49ers?

October 9, 2010
Filed under Sports

The day after a dismal loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, the 49ers fired their offensive coordinator, Jimmy Raye.  The offense was obviously lacking and the blame had to be put on the person in charge.  The new offensive coordinator is former quarterback coach Mike Johnson.  In a twist of irony, this...

Football Proves to be a Big Score for Knights Athletics

Football Proves to be a Big Score for Knights Athletics

October 1, 2010
Filed under News, Sports

This year, football finally arrived at Stuart Hall, and it is an instant hit. The Knights are proving everybody wrong and showing that Stuart Hall High School has talented football players. With their current record of 1-1, the Knights are letting the league know that they are not just playing,...

Pitching to the NCS

Pitching to the NCS

June 5, 2010
Filed under Sports

Fresh off a propelling start to the first half of the season, including that 21-0 thrashing of Leadership High that is still buzzing around, the Varsity baseball Knights exploded to the finish of the regular season with a 9-4 record in their last 13 games and qualified for the BCL playoffs. The team ...

One Last Swing: Varsity Golf in Review

One Last Swing: Varsity Golf in Review

May 22, 2010
Filed under Sports

As the long season came to an end, the Knights finished on a strong note. Although victories throughout the year had come at a premium due to inexperience this season, the Knights had consistent play from Junior Redmond Lyons and improving play from Juniors Will Dillingham and Alex Wong. The Knights p...

Bringing the Heat

Bringing the Heat

April 27, 2010
Filed under Sports

As the professional teams of Major League Baseball held Opening Day on April 4th, the Stuart Hall baseball team had theirs on February 25th.  With the departure of John Bertken as head coach, the Knights turned to former Minor League pitcher Eddie Russell to lead the team. Russell pitched for multipl...

Co-ed Competition

Co-ed Competition

March 9, 2010
Filed under Sports

Athletics are an important part of a person’s high school career. Sports are so significant during this developing time of people’s lives for many reasons. They provides a healthy opportunity for competition, it teaches the benefits of teamwork, and it gives students a chance to socialize in a wa...

Player of the Year

Player of the Year

March 9, 2010
Filed under Sports

Senior Ikenna Nwadibia, point guard of the Varsity basketball team, earned the Player of the Year award in the Bay Counties League West. Ikenna led the league in scoring and came in second in rebounds and assists. Those who watched Ikenna play in person saw how he commanded the court with his voice and e...