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Coach Meg Takes on Girls Varsity

Coach Meg Takes on Girls Varsity

October 9, 2019

A new era has begun for the Girls' Varsity Soccer team as new coach, Megan Willette, has been given the reigns to the program. Willette, a former women’s college soccer player at NAIA Division One Lee University, is beginning her first season as the head coach of the girl’s team after a one year stint coaching for the Junior Varsity Boys’ Soccer team at CRLS.

US Open: Coco Gauff Loses 6-3, 6-0 to Naomi Osaka

Gracie Thompson, Contributing Writer

October 5, 2019

At just 15 years old, Cori “Coco” Gauff took the tennis world by storm when she beat Venus Williams, a 7-time Grand Slam champion, at Wimbledon this year

Athlete of the Month: Harrison Brown

Athlete of the Month: Harrison Brown

October 5, 2019

Harrison Brown ’21, a player on the CRLS baseball team, has committed to attend Austin Peay State University in the fall of 2020.

CRLS Scores 47 points, Continuing Blackout Tradition

CRLS Scores 47 points, Continuing Blackout Tradition

September 11, 2019

Following a disappointing season last year, the CRLS Football team rebounded with a big win against Boston Latin School (BLS) on Friday night, starting their season 1-0. Cambridge put on a show in the annual Blackout tradition, emerging victorious in a 47-37 battle. 

CRLS Outdoor Track and Field

CRLS Outdoor Track and Field

June 5, 2019

Outdoor track and field is a rigorous sport that is offered in the spring season at CRLS. Track is the word used to describe time-and-distance-based events such as sprints, long-distance, and hurdling, which are all won by the athlete who records the fastest time. Meanwhile, the field events—javelin, discus, and long/triple jump—are decided by the greatest distance that an athlete throws or jumps.

Lacrosse Culture and Dedication Finally Yields Results

Lacrosse Culture and Dedication Finally Yields Results

June 5, 2019

The CRLS Boys Varsity Lacrosse team and its athletes’ dedication have finally seen success after years of failing to make the playoffs. After beginning the season on a five game win streak, the team’s record is sitting at 8-7 as of May 27th, and the team qualified for states for the first time under Coach Thomas Goldman.

Athlete of the Month: Solomon Hearn

Athlete of the Month: Solomon Hearn

June 5, 2019

Solomon Hearn, a junior, plays for the CRLS boys basketball team and the boys volleyball team.

College Scandal Leaves Athletes Feeling “Betrayed”

College Scandal Leaves Athletes Feeling “Betrayed”

May 2, 2019

In March of this year, federal prosecutors pressed charges on 50 people around the nation for bribery concerning college admissions. The report cites numerous Division 1 coaches who were bribed by parents to give one of their recruitment slots to their children. In many of these cases, the applicants involved in the scandals had never played the sport before.

RF Athlete of the Month: Ella Simonsen

RF Athlete of the Month: Ella Simonsen

May 1, 2019

Ella Simonsen, a junior, is the captain of the CRLS girls basketball team and a goalie for the girls Lacrosse team.

The Sports Editors’ Bracket

The Sports Editors’ Bracket

April 1, 2019

Check out our Sports Editors' March Madness bracket!

Spring Sports Preview ’19

Spring Sports Preview ’19

March 29, 2019

This piece also appears in our March 2019 print edition.

Boys Basketball Eliminated in Second Round of Tournament

Boys Basketball Eliminated in Second Round of Tournament

March 11, 2019

The boys varsity basketball team suffered a heartbreaking 60-53 loss on March 3rd to the Central Catholic Raiders in the second round of the state tournament, after a first-round victory against Everett High School. The game was packed, with the line to get in stretching through the entire parking lot of Central Catholic High School.

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