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Chase Barrs Loves the Grind

Chase Barrs Loves the Grind

Raj Ghanekar, Staff Writer

October 16, 2018

If one were to use a single word to describe Chase Barrs ’19 on the basketball floor, “tough” would come to mind. Barrs, a 6-foot-9-inch, senior power forward (PF), has used his innate toughness to greatly impact the game on both sides of the floor. Toughness and grit have also been major influ...

Keeping the Cup

Keeping the Cup

Nina Pastore, Staff Writer

January 12, 2017

On Saturday Jan. 7, 2017, the Berkeley Buccaneers faced off against the Tampa Prep Terrapins on Berkeley’s campus for the annual Headmasters’ Challenge. Winter athletes from Middle Division to Upper Division junior varsity and varsity to compete for their school to earn enough wins to hold onto the...

Berkeley Hosts ARS National Hoopfest

Berkeley Hosts ARS National Hoopfest

Emma Edmund, Staff Writer

February 1, 2016

This past weekend, Berkeley hosted the ARS National Hoopfest, with some of the best teams in the country coming to play at our very own Straz Family Field House. As Upper Division Athletic Director Bobby Reinhart said, “showcas[ing] some of the best teams and players both nationally and locally in ...

Coach Reinhart Wins 400th Game

Coach Reinhart Wins 400th Game

Emma Edmund, Staff Writer

January 20, 2016

In December, Varsity Basketball Coach Bobby Reinhart earned his 400th win with a victory over Newsome. For almost any other coach, the 400th win would have been a momentous occasion; however, this was not the case for Reinhart. “Well, it wasn’t so much about winning the 400th game,” Reinhart said....

Berkeley Sweeps Headmaster’s Challenge (Almost)

Berkeley Sweeps Headmaster’s Challenge (Almost)

Emma Edmund, Staff Writer

January 14, 2016

At the thirteenth annual Headmaster’s Challenge, Berkeley had a title to defend, not only as last year’s winner, but also as the overall series leader. Wrestling and soccer, as well as all of the Middle Division sports, had secured Berkeley’s win, but basketball provided the high-energy comp...

Ice Bucs Press On through Spirited Season

Ice Bucs Press On through Spirited Season

Catelin Lipham, Staff Writer

November 2, 2015

     The sound of hands banging on the Plexiglas comes from the enthusiastic group of Berkeley hockey supporters. At the Ice Bucs’ October 23 game, the “Bill of Rights” theme was ever-present in their very artistic signs, which sported modified amendments such as, “No cruel or unusual puni...

Ice Bucs Face-Off against Long Season

Thomas Fuhrman, Staff Writer

December 6, 2013

Without a doubt, hockey is one of the toughest, most physically demanding and violent sports. Not only is the sport extremely physical, but it’s also played on a difficult terrain. Ice. A hockey player must be strong, fast and tough as nails, in addition to being a skilled skater. With all these vital...

Berkeley Basketball Sets High Expectations

Katie Freedy, Staff Writer

December 6, 2013

Last year, the Berkeley Men’s Basketball team had a successful 2012-13 season. They finished with a 22-8 record overall, had a 3-1 record in district play, won the district championship and capped off a strong season as the regional runner–up. However, according to Justin Gray ’14 who has committed...