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Girls JV Lacrosse

June 28, 2018 5:09pm | Jane Durden '20, Missy Brandt '20, and Tallie Steiner '20, Contributing Writers

Although their record might not show it, the goddesses of girls’ JV lacrosse (heretofore known as JAX) fought hard. These girls started off the season strong by shoveling spring snow on Greenway, determined to play the next day. “Hammering Holton Arms,” Missy Brandt came in clutch […]

The Game Has Changed

June 28, 2018 5:03pm | Ben Korkowski '19, Sports Co-Editor

One of the largest changes in professional sports history occurred just a few weeks ago. The Supreme Court struck down the 1992 federal law that had previously banned commercial sports betting in most states. Although this law had already been exempted in Nevada, otherwise known […]

“This One Time, At Nationals…”

June 28, 2018 5:01pm | Reid Jamieson '20, Contributing Writer

“Attention, Row” That’s how a race begins: that’s when all a rower has to think about is rowing her absolute hardest, taking all she has and laying it out there. At the end of the State Championship, with both boats taking bronze, the EHS girls’ […]

Everyone, Every Day

June 28, 2018 4:58pm | Jett Lyerly '19, Staff Writer

Thirty-five men, bonded together through blood, sweat, and memories.  The journey began in late February, but the team really assembled on the arid and hot grass fields of Casa Grande, Arizona.  On the Spring Break trip it was evident this group was special.  The team […]

EHS Track Breaks Records, Takes Medals

June 28, 2018 4:40pm | Claire Boehm '20, Contributing Writer

        On Saturday, May 19, the Episcopal track team travelled down to Richmond to battle alongside various Virginia private schools at the VISAA 2018 Outdoor track meet. Overall, the results were satisfactory as the boys’ team placed 8th while the girls’ team […]

Smiling Through It All

June 28, 2018 2:28pm | Perris Jones '18, Contributing Writer

This past track season has definitely been one to remember. It was filled with record breaking times and distances. This year’s track team has been nothing less than superb in its results. The team came to practice every day with a mindset to work and […]

Facing Off

June 28, 2018 2:27pm | Charlie Stephenson '19, Contributing Writer

The first day of practice was frigid and slow-moving. Only 11 players had shown up, and even fewer had full pads on. But it was only improvement from there, and, by the time spring break came around, there was a full team with enough depth […]

Batting for the Fences

June 28, 2018 2:25pm | John Moses '19, Contributing Writer

The 2018 baseball season at EHS was one full of enjoyment and laughter. Although the record books say 8-11, it felt much closer than that. Many of the games in which the team fell short were only by one or two runs. Here’s a quick […]

Cradling and Crushing the Competition

June 28, 2018 2:23pm | Olivia Morton '19, Staff Writer

After a rollercoaster ride of a season, girls’ varsity lacrosse is coasting into summer with a strong end to the season. With no stick practices, marvelously DJ’ed bus rides in standstill traffic by our fearless leaders, wins, losses, tears, and an unbeatable team spirit and […]

Golfing for Glory

June 28, 2018 2:21pm | William Rigsbee '20

This season the golf team experienced both major highs and extreme lows. We kicked off our season over spring break with the annual Florida golf trip. While in Florida, we greatly improved on our skill and saw our team chemistry expound with fun times a-many. […]