The Roundtable

Athletics, strength and conditioning coach Barclay Spring hosts an upper body workout via Zoom on Sept. 18. The Athletics Department began organizing a variety of daily workouts and sport-specific team meetings after the North Coast Section postponed Fall sports until Dec. 14.

Pandemic changes college recruitment for current, possibly future years

September 24, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has introduced a variety of new factors that will affect the recruitment of high school athletes, causing uncertainty about continuing sports at the collegiate...

Athletes boycott games in protest

By Anshsing Ghayalod, Reporter

September 24, 2020

The shooting of James Blake in Wisconsin brought more attention to the Black Lives Matter movement, drawing outrage from professional sports teams. “Athletes in our country are celebrities,” junior Jesse Steyer said, “so when they choose to boycott, it makes people realize how serious they are about the issue.” The Milwaukee Bucks basketball team boycotted their game against the Orlando ...

Senior Vasco Travis holds a plank in his backyard during the summer in preparation for football. Although fall sports were postponed until January, athletes are staying in shape by either working out by themselves or following an Athletics Department program.

Fall sports to begin in winter

August 26, 2020

The California Interscholastic Federation has modified the 2020-21 athletics calendar and pushed back dates for sectional, regional and state championships until March at the e...

Senior Tomas Wolber gets ready to drive to the basket at Stuart Hall's home game against University High School on Jan. 14. Wolber committed to Linfield College's team in late April.

Senior athletes commit to schools

May 21, 2020

Even though senior athletes were not able to finish their final high school seasons due to the COVID-19 induced campus closure, some will continue their athletic careers after...

Junior Noah Cross jump ropes as part of his daily workout routine. With athletics canceled and gyms closed, many students began exercising at home to maintain their physical health.

Athletes engage with sports during social isolation

May 21, 2020

Although the coronavirus pandemic ended spring sports prematurely, coaches and athletics trainers have offered students resources so that athletes could continue their development...

Junior Eamonn Kenny retains possession of the ball at Stuart Hall’s away game against the Urban School at Beach Chalet Soccer Fields on Jan. 16. Varsity ended the season 7-10-1, with players saying they hope to win at NCS.

Knights end season with 4-6 record

February 14, 2020

Even though Knights varsity soccer had a league record of 4-6, team members say they have been working hard to improve for the postseason. “We started off well in the season, bu...

Senior Marcus Williamson (number 391) competes at the CIF State Championship for cross country on Nov. 29. CIF was the last race for senior athletes, who will leave the team after graduating.

Knights end postseason strong

December 12, 2019

JV and varsity cross-country teams finished the season placing fourth and second respectively in the league championship on Nov. 8. Varsity runners continued on to the NCS Championship on Nov. 23 and CIF Championship on Nov. 30 in t...

Captain Doug Dawkins wrestles with a Pinole Valley Spartan during a home match on Nov. 29. The Knights lost their first tournament of the season, but say they will focus on rebuilding the team by training promising underclassmen.

Wrestling team to spend season rebuilding

December 12, 2019

The wrestling team lost its first match of the season on Wednesday against Pinole Valley High School and Saint Patricks Saint Vincent High School, but wrestlers say this season...

Junior Mac Hatfield shoots a reverse layup during practice in The Dungeon. The Knights began the season without power forward Nigel Burris, who transferred to Archbishop Mitty High School.

Knights lose star players, strive for success

November 13, 2019

The Knights say they need to be prepared mentally for the season after losing star players, but they are striving for more success after going well into the playoffs last year. “I...

Junior Owen O'Dell runs out with the football team during the Pep Rally on Sept. 13. The event started Spirit Week, which will feature two games, a dance and special dress days.

Community preps for Homecoming

September 17, 2019

Convent & Stuart Hall’s annual Spirit Week culminates with the Homecoming Dance on Sept. 20 and a football game the following day. “We’re preparing for our game against...

Knights partake in team bonding

By Owen Akel, Reporter

August 29, 2019

Knights football players and parents gathered at Off the Grid in Presidio Picnic for dinner Aug. 29. Players left practice early, so they could drop off equipment and change before the event. “Going to Off the Grid was basically an experience for both the parents to meet each other and for players to bond,” Sophomore Bo Darwin said. Eight new freshman have joined the Knights football team. “It...

Knights prepare for fall season

By Sartaj Rajpal, Senior Reporter

August 23, 2019

The Knights football and cross-country teams spent their summer practicing to prepare for the 2019 fall sports season. “We had optional workouts with Barclay [Spring] at the performance lab,” quarterback Max Banks ’21 said. “The team also had a few mandatory practices closer to the end of summer where instead of lifting weights, we actually played football.” Spring is also working with team membe...