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The student news site of Brimmer and May School | Chestnut Hill, MA

The Gator

The student news site of Brimmer and May School | Chestnut Hill, MA

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Sports

GNN: Gators Victorious for Homecoming 2021

GNN: Gators Victorious for Homecoming 2021

Sophia Spring, Multimedia Manager October 18, 2021
With one of the largest Homecoming crowds in School history, both soccer teams deliver a win on a beautiful Saturday.
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Kaylee Little 23 challenges a Bradford Christian Academy player in the 2019 Varsity Girls Homecoming game.

Athletes Look Forward to Homecoming Games

Amelia Bowman, Journalist October 15, 2021
This Saturday, the School’s Varsity Soccer Teams will face Bradford Christian Academy in the annual athletics event.
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Boston - August 8: New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox fans in the stands on August 8 2011 at Fenway Park in Boston. Photo purchased from BigStock.com.

Red Sox Return as Postseason Begins

Evan Michaeli, Journalist October 7, 2021
The Red Sox return in a surprising comeback to an exciting and promising postseason.
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Nielsen dunks at a Mass Rivals game. Illustration by Jackson Ostrowski 23.

Quinn Nielsen ’23: Shooting Hoops at 6’10”

Nico Jaffer, Journalist September 29, 2021
While the Varsity I basketball player has already received offers from several NCAA Division I colleges, he hasn't made a decision quite yet.
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Elijah Kinney 23 knocks the frisbee away from Jackson Ostrowski 22 during Ultimate Frisbee Day of Cross Country.

‘Almost Back To Normal’: Varsity Teams Get to Work

Edan Zinn, Editor-in-Chief September 17, 2021
After four days of preseason practices and an abbreviated first week of school, varsity sports teams here are getting back to their normal season routines.
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All winners, even Simone Biles, can take breaks. Cartoon by Jennifer Ngo 22.

Op-Ed: Why Simone Biles’s Decision Is Important For Mental Health

Evan Michaeli, Journalist September 17, 2021
The world-famous athlete pulled herself from the 2021 Olympic Games, citing her mental health.
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Leni Hicks-Dutt 23 and Sophia Bruno 23 pose before lacrosse practice.

After Two Long Years, Lacrosse Returns to the Playing Field

Brian Gamble, Associate Editor June 11, 2021
As this one-of-a-kind lacrosse season wraps up, athletes reflect on their first and only interscholastic games due to COVID-19.
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Rachel Sobel 23 catches a lacrosse ball.

Spring Sports Lifts Students’ Sprits

Kate Hirschen, Journalist May 6, 2021
In a year with few interscholastic sports, the start of the spring athletics season has cheered many up on campus.
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Students play soccer for the Green and White teams.

COVID-19 Impacts Traditional Sports Offerings

Gator Staff March 11, 2021
As the weather warms, the School is hoping to offer traditional spring sports like lacrosse, tennis, baseball, and softball. 
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School Hosts Equity In Womens Sports Panel

School Hosts Equity In Women’s Sports Panel

Edan Zinn, Editor-in-Chief March 5, 2021
In the final installment of the 16th Annual Bissel Grogan Humanities Symposium, the School hosted a panel discussion, “Equity and Women's’ Sports.”
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Dustin Pedroia. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

Op-Ed: Dustin Pedroia Retires

Evan Michaeli, Journalist February 23, 2021
After 14 years on the Red Sox, Pedroia recently announced his retirement.
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Basketball going through the basket at a sports arena (intentional spotlight)

How COVID-19 Hurt Professional Sports

Nico Jaffer and Evan Michaeli December 14, 2020
While I love watching sports, nobody's life should be at stake.
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