Sports articles

Senior Griego avid conservationist, bowhunter

By Chris Agnone ’18 THE ROUNDUP David Griego ’18 is a bowhunter and conservationist who is passionate about wildlife and the future of bowhunting as a conservation model. As a young boy, Griego successfully practiced and hunted with his father with archery equipment. “It took months of preparation, building up my strength and improving my

Ten Athletes sign National Letter of Intent, plan to play sport in college.

Photo by Josh Spano ’18 | Student-athletes of the 2018 class pose for a photo during National Signing Day on Feb. 7, 2018. Brophy student-athletes will continue their respetive sport in college. Alex Cannella ’19 THE ROUNDUP The athletic community gathered to watch ten students sign their letters of intent to play collegiate level sports

O’Neill departs from Brophy after coaching through 12 consecutive state championships

By Juan Carlos Ramirez ’18 THE ROUNDUP Current ASU students and alumni Sam Minton ’14, Scott Fitzgerald ’14 and Dylan Bryant ’14 organized and held the first Dutch Dukeout, a friendly flag football tournament between alumni and current Brophy students,  Nov. 23 at Granada Park. Every current or former brophy student who signed up had

Athletes grapple with consequences, benefits of differing sleep levels

By Frankie Pastor ’20 THE ROUNDUP Speed, accuracy and timing are among the many talents that athletes possess. According to, it is recommended that someone should receive 8 to 10 hours of sleep. If these requirements are met, an athlete will enhance their speed, accuracy, timing and endurance that are needed for their sport.

Head football coach Molander steps aside after 13-year career, two state titles

Photo Courtesy of Mica Mulloy ’99 | Mr. Scooter Molander watches as the play unravels on the field. His 13-year career included two state championships. By Jack Davis ’19 THE ROUNDUP In late November, Mr. Scooter Molander decided to step aside from his role as Brophy’s varsity football head coach. “I’m a competitive person,” Mr.